From Toy Galaxy’s YouTube description: Dan takes you through the history of the Silverhawks.
A brother to the more popular Thundercats with a vac-metal toyline from Kenner and only a single season of the animated show Silverhawks is still remembered fondly.
From Toy Galaxy’s YouTube description: We take you through the history of Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors, an animated show that would have probably been forgotten if not for the theme song that everyone keeps telling us is the best ever.
From it’s beginning as “The Wheeled Warriors” toyline through to it’s cartoon series with characters that did not appear in the toyline. How could it fail?!
From Toy Galaxy’s YouTube description: On this episode we explore the History of The Real Ghostbusters, an animated series and toyline based on the mega-popular movie Ghostbusters.
From Toy Galaxy’s YouTube description: In this episode Dan talks about the history of Voltron Legendary Defender, how this robot made of mechanical lions was created and what lead to him being Americanized.
And, after being dormant for a long time, his revival on Netflix.
You’ll also learn about the other 2 versions of Voltron. A lot of people remember vehicle Voltron but there was a third version… sort of.
From Toy Galaxy’s YouTube description: On this episode Dan combs through the history of He Man and picks out 10 things you need to know about He Man and the Masters of the Universe.
From how the line was created to the almost licensing opportunity that then turned into a rip-off line of figures, to it’s 2 (or 3) rebirths and into the future.
He Man and the Masters of the Universe have been around a long time.
From Toy Galaxy’s YouTube description: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers exploded onto the air in 1993 and was a force unlike anything seen before.
Large parts of the episodes were borrowed from already produced series in Japan and adapted for use in the US but the road to get there was a bit rocky.
From Toy Galaxy’s YouTube description: Galoob Toys needed a new hit and an inventor from Wisconsin had just what they were looking for.
These tiny, detailed toy vehicles were everywhere in the late 80’s and 90’s and covered almost every IP from Star Wars to Star Trek, Indiana Jones, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and a ton more.
But they we also known just as much for their fast talking commercials.