fast food toy

arzamol  asked:

Is Hartlife unique in having been founded by a corporation or are most cities like that now? Will we ever see a city founded by a fast food chain, a toy company, or an improv group?

What lies outside of the HartLife Corporation is a mystery—who knows what fiefdoms and principalities have risen in the Wasteland of what used to be America?  A Ronald McDonald lead dictatorship?  A roving band of mercenary standup comedians? 

We do know for certain that there is a population of Canadian traders, and that Albuquerque was populated…until a certain Scientist paid the city a visit.

This is a good point to plug that our next goal for our Patreon is a miniseries set in Albuquerque, during the time when Herbert West was living there—so if you are interested in learning more about the world outside of HartLife, go pledge at www.patreon.com/hartlifenfp

Fans of Nickelodeon’s Hey Arnold!, which aired from 1996 until 2004, will remember tomboy Helga Pataki’s intense-yet-secret crush on the show’s protagonist, Arnold.

This sketch from the Garth Parker Premium Toy Design Papers, 1978-2012 collection shows a toy concept to be produced for the Burger King Kids’ Club.

[Hey Arnold! Magnetic Figures Drawing for Burger King, c. 1998. From the Garth Parker Premium Toy Design Papers. 1978-2012. Courtesy of The Strong, Rochester, New York.]

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I’m selling approximately 150 toys divided into 11 lots.  Lines include Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Terminator 2, Aliens, Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers, G.I. Joe, Star Wars, and Star Trek.

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here’s a piece of my childhood i managed to get back. this lady at the flea market had a bin full of fast food toys, 8 for a dollar. i was JUST thinking about these the night before because of @gothfluttershy‘s lydia icon. i was like dang, we used to have a figure where Lydia on one side and beetlejuice was on the other… i wish we still had it… but it was my brother’s so it’s been long gone for ages. BUT LO AND BEHOLD! the very next day i found the exact same figure at the flea market along with these other ones.

anyway, these were from burger king. there’s two other ones in the set but i couldn’t find them that day. the one i cared the most about was the one with Lydia. i would have been bummed to find the other ones and not the one we used to have.