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    Plaid Stallions Toy-Ventures: Lincoln International Monsters

    Toy-Ventures is participating in Bleak Sunday and we’re doing a special episode dedicated to my favourite Monster Toys of all time, the Lincoln International Monster dolls. This episode is a comprehensive look at the Lincoln Monsters including the company’s history, the different waves and variations of not only the Monster figures but the packaging, my […]
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    That's one of your best videos yet. Loved the personal story of how you acquired and played with these. I had no idea Lincoln distributed Mego product at one point! Fascinating!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earth 2 Chris View Post
    That's one of your best videos yet. Loved the personal story of how you acquired and played with these. I had no idea Lincoln distributed Mego product at one point! Fascinating!

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    Thank you, I put a lot into this one.
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    ^It shows!

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    Super informative. I really liked the history of the company.
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    I have no memory of these figures on the shelf at all. I would have liked to have had the Hunchback to add to the collection.
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    I really enjoyed this one. Not a complaint, but I would have loved even more beauty shots of the figures themselves. They're just so fun to look at. Sometimes it's nice to have a video where I can really soak in the images.

    But I really like how you hit this one from all angles. Kudos!

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    Very cool!

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