Toys are killer eye candy, fun as part of our creative libraries, and make for really great inspiration. Really good books about toys and toys collections are uncommon and collectible themselves. Kirk Hammett’s Too Much Horror Business is a 2012 standout release, but there’s another one you should get immediately!
Brian Heiler (of Plaid Stallions & the Mego Museum) has just released Rack Toys – Cheap, Crazed Playthings. Brian describes it as “a celebration of fun toys that broke super easy and covers such genres as Superheroes, Monsters and Horror, Saturday morning cartoons, generic items and dreaded knock off. If you were a child during the 60s to the 90s, there is something you likely had or wanted within this 8.5″ x 11″, 144 page, full color book.”
Just look at all that plastic quirky goodness! There was an excellent, recent interview Brian did with Collectors Weekly with a preview, and it looks fantastic! Support this unique indy release and order it up here!