If you grew up in a strictly religious household or a vaguely religious one like me, then you have probably heard a parent say, “I don’t want that in my house. It’s for them Satan worshippers. The devil is in those books/movies/card games/music.” This might not be so much of a thing for people born
If you’ve been attempting to collect the Masters of the Universe Origins line of toys, I’m sure I don’t need to tell you how difficult it has been. Or actually, let me hope that by the time you read, this things will be different and stores will be fully stocked with them. Even Trap Jaw.
It’s my personal belief that action figures–and possibly physical toys in general–peaked in the 1980s. Sure, I’m probably biased because I was a kid back then, before every house had an NES. And being a low-income household meant that we had only a few channels. So my entertainment options consisted of: Go outside and play
Get every radical update and stay gnarly.