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Thread: Cardboard Playsets

  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by LordMudd View Post
    I am only going to talk about Marvel World for a moment, because it already has it's own thread here.
    http://i804.photobucket.com/albums/y...ets/Mworld.jpg
    I also stumbled on this one, but being at work, I could not open the site. Anyone have anymore info on it?
    http://i804.photobucket.com/albums/y...ysets/sman.jpg

    CCC.
    The second playset could be the Marvel Spiderman & Hulk Adventure City set. I think around 1978 Playschool also made a cardboard Spiderman playset.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earth 2 Chris View Post
    ^I still have most of the pieces, just no box. The buildings are flattened out and stored in tote somewhere...

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    Would you consider scanning them and uploading them?

    CCC.

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    Whipped this up today.


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    Found on Google.

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    Table for the wall section.


    CCC.

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    I'm still waiting for someone to scan me the amsco marvel world, so I can resize it for both 1/18th scale and mego scale use.

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    I am definitely a fan of the cardboard playsets. I only wish I could have afforded to get into the Dida worlds when they were happening.

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    Revisiting Star Wars for some domestic goodies this time.
    First is the Sears Cantina.


    This was followed by another playset of the interior.

    Next came the Cloud City.


    I consider this to be one of the best designed cardboard playsets ever because it works in 3 dimensions.

    Flat scans of these and more can be found at Ericstormtroopers Imperial Gallery.

    CCC.

  10. #40
    Yep, I've built a few of those repro star wars sets for my sons.

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