Yes I got another Your Toy Box geeky subscription box! If you’re not familiar, Your Toy Box sends you a bunch of new and vintage toys each month from a list of literally 100 categories that you pick and choose. Every box is different, so my box is only a representation of what you could possibly get if you had chosen the same themes as I did. So let’s check it out…
…so there it is… wait …you want a closer look? Well ok…
Russ ALF the Alien Figure (1988)
Researching this guy leads me to believe it was once a cake topper lol. I know growing up I always wanted an ALF cake for my birthday lol. He’s really cool though and he can hang out on my shelf any day.
On average they sell for about $4
Buck Rodgers Wilma Deering Action Figure (1978)
She needs a little love …maybe a good cleaning of some type because shes a bit yellow. I’m not sure if it will help or not being that she is so old now. It’s very cool to get one of these late 70s figures because it’s just not something you’re likely to stumble upon out in the real world.
She is listed for sale for $20 and up
LJN Dungeons & Dragons Dwarf (1982)
I was a big fan of Dungeons & Dragons growing up. We didn’t get to play it much because my only friend with the books moved across town so we had to rely on parents to shuttle us around. I believe my character was a Dwarf Theif if I’m not mistaken lol.
These are listed for sale around $5
SD Gundam Figure
This guy is awesome! His eyes light up and at one time he had some accessories like a gun and backpack but I couldn’t find this exact figure so I’m not sure what specific items he had. There are literally tons of different Gundam Figures in this toy line and complete in the box they sell for upwards of $30
A loose, incomplete figure sells for around $5
Star Wars Power of The Force Lando Calrissian (1995)
Lando is cool and I like that he is still in the package. These seem to be very common so he’s easily found.
Lando sells for about $4
Star Wars Die Cast Millennium Falcon (1996)
I cant exactly pinpoint which one this is. There’s a Titanium Series that has stands that look like this, then theres the Micro Machines version that doesn’t seem to have a stand at all. Maybe these 2 don’t specifically go together and that’s what’s throwing me off. Either way it’s awesome to me.
Most like this were listed for $5
NES Dr Mario Game
Just recently I’ve been trying to rebuild my lost NES collection so I figured I would add this category to my list. Dr Mario is super fun and addicting so it was a great addition to my collection. They are pretty common and not in demand… I doubt I’ll see Metroid or something more valuable in my future boxes but I’m ok with that.
These sell for about $6
Transformers Robot Heroes Optimus Prime
Funny thing about this is that I already have one. He doesn’t do much but stand around looking cool.
They sell for about $4
Star Wars IG88 (1980)
This is so great! Vintage 80s Star Wars figures are my favorite! He is missing his guns but that really doesn’t matter to me… I’m not a hard-core collector, I really just want the things back I had when I was a kid.
Loose and incomplete he sells for $5
Zoids Liger Zero Figure (2002)
When I picked Zoids as a theme, I completely forgot there was a huge reboot of the line years later. It’s cool though because I love anything Mecha and these fit right in. Originally this guy had a driver and a bunch of weapons but sadly they have been lost with time.
In this condition I would guess his value around $5
…and that was my Your Toy Box for April 2015. An estimated $63 value for $25 shipped (based on prices found on Ebay). This is a great subscription box! I’ve actually already received my next one as I was very slow getting this posted so that one will be up very soon as well. If you would like to try Your Toy Box, you can visit their website by clicking here. All sales made through my links go right back to help support this site!
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