A panel from Doctor Strange #50 (December, 1981) by Roger Stern, Marshall Rogers, and Terry Austin. The “Smilin’ Fish” sign is a reference to “The Laughing Fish”, a classic Batman/Joker story from Detective Comics #475 (February, 1978) that also featured art by Rogers and Austin.
The Spider-Man Little Hot Cycle by Empire Toys, 1979.
A map of all possible routes in Irem’s The Battle-Road (1984).
“A brave litter of clones” is too excellent a phrase to be lost to obscurity. (from Major Havoc by Atari, 1983)
Definitely not Sonic the Hedgehog: the developer credit screen from 빠샤 빠샤 챔프 미니 게임 (Pasha Pasha Champ Mini Game Festival, translated as Got-Cha Mini Game Festival, 1997)
The showroom of Happy Island Toys Co., Ltd., a Chinese manufacturer of “various animal costumes,stuffed plush toys,helloween costumes, [and] Christmas costumes”.
Fantasy, fashion, funny: that’s me.
From the product description:
B/o funny toy plastic hamburger:
1. Super toys,with music
2. Reasonable price
3. Time delivery
4. Toy for children
I’m definitely with Reed Richards’ mob. (from Fantastic Four #93, December 1969: words by Stan Lee, art by Jack Kirby and Frank Giacoia)