Yeah, spitting in it then rinsing with water will keep them from fogging. But if you don't want to do that you can use goggle defogger like from Speedo.
HaHaHa! I was ENTERTAINED :DI remember those guys! I had some of the Warlord Remco toys, now lost to time...I ALSO painted/bandaged "second rate" military figures of assorted make to litter the battlefield, that's funny :D
Thanks for the tip, Fett!Glad you liked it, SD! I think it must be a little boy thing; making bloody, mangled battlefield fodder. I did the same thing with Hotwheels cars. I'm smash a few up for "accident scenes". Kids are so weird.
Man i had a few of those Sgt.Rock figures as a kid too but i wasn't lucky to get a hold of the Warlord ones my friend down the street had a complete set of those which i would go down and play with out we would read a few issues of the Warlord comic book.
the only soldiers I have are 2 weirdos, one is a silver soldier and the other is a golden soldier wtf ?!btw Reis can I send you an e-mail ? I have a question that u can only answer if you see a picture of the toy ok ?
I emailed you, Fabio!
'I have to go to Target...because I'm a home-owner'. I have no idea why, but that strikes me as a really good tagline for them LOL. Another good vid Reis, keep'em coming. Just out of curiousity, do you know if Remco was owned by DC back in the 80s? It seems like a lot of their properties made into RC's toylines, and I remember seeing lots of adds in the comics for them too. Any ideas?
No, DC never owned Remco, but they did have a pretty close relationship back in the day. Remco made deals with whoever they could. For example, they cut a deal with Marvel around the same time to produce a series of Crystar comics and books to coincide with their line of toys.