Space Toys of the 60's: Major Matt Mason, Mighy Zeroid Robots & Colorforms Outer Space Men Paperback – Oct 1 1999
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Mr. Gillam is quite knowledgeable on his subject material, which is written from the viewpoint of an adult collector, although casual readers will not be alienated. The author has obviously spent a great deal of effort in tracking down obscure factory produced variations of these figures & vehicles as well as foreign (European) release information. The book is nicely laid out with many colour photographs to enhance the informative text and is an excellent trip down memory lane. So go curl up with a big glass of Tang & relive those carefree, sub-orbital days of your youth. Space Cadet Walker, Over & Out.....
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I bought this book on ebay from the author and I am very happy with it. It is loaded with pictures of each space toy and has nice text. Read morePublished on Feb. 28 2002 by Martin Engh
If you have any interest in Zeroids, Matt Mason, or Colorform Aliens you have to get this book. A wonderful reference book for those amazing toys from my childhood that no... Read morePublished on June 26 2000 by Bob Brucato
This book provides a much-needed reference for collectors of '60s and '70s -era space toys such as Zeroids and Major Matt Mason. Read morePublished on June 23 2000 by Pinkie Manchester
You betcha, James's book is a must have for sci-fi and space toy collectors and baby boomers alike. Crammed with piccies of Captain Laser, Callisto, Scorpio, Or, Zeroids and those... Read morePublished on June 20 2000 by Paul Woods
I got this WONDERFUL book today and could not put it down. Just terrific. It was an absolute joy to reminisce on these old toys and I really enjoyed the section on Colorforms... Read morePublished on June 19 2000 by Bradventure
If anyone had asked me about the toys profiled in this book I would have shrugged and said "Never heard of them. Read morePublished on June 19 2000 by Andrew Hunter
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