It’s been a while since I posted anything on what are easily my favorite Heche en Mexico lucha libre souvenirs — the 3″ poorly molded and even more poorly painted gems we refer to simply as “bag figures.” This particular … Continued
The greatest thing about collecting Mexican toys is the weird mutations and entirely aberrant lines of figures you find. Even if there were a hundred reference books and websites cataloging lucha figures (and there aren’t), we’d constantly be finding toys … Continued
I’ve got some great “bag figures” featuring the likes of La Parka, Kadaver and Los Hermanos Muertos. At least I think that what some of the lower-quality ones are… these guys sometimes look like they were detailed with a house … Continued
I love the monsters-of-the-week from the original Kamen Rider TV show, mostly because they wore wrestling title belts for no known reason. The vampiric kaiju known simply as Bat Man always looked like something out of 60s Mexican horror cinema, … Continued
This is a 8-9″ stuffed Alushe (Aluxe?) doll from the mid-2000s, actually signed by the diminutive lucha beast himself.
Great illos from licensed kids records from 1969/70.
My modest collection of 4″ wall busts, some signed even.
There’s an action figure customizer in Mexico called El Diablo Toys doing some great toys of obscure ring stars of the past and classic movie characters. I’m particularly enamored of these bag figures turned into masked men and monsters from … Continued