MONTH OF THE BOOTLEG AND THE KNOCK-OFF AT TOYS FROM THE PAST!
Maybe you know or remember the Ninja Warriors, that great and short line by Child´s Play and Hasbro from the mid to late 80s. In Spain these were renamed "Guerreros Yakse" and had a relatively big popularity among children. As a result, this toyline had several bootlegs, some of which were already mentioned in the first entry dedicated to Ninja Warriors (#335).
In this case the Ninja that you can see in the pictures is a PVC figure with a hole on the bottom that fits in a pencil or pen. Nothing more, nothing less. The figure has a relatively bad quality, it is not done or painted very well, you can see its many defects. It is interesting mostly for its cardback, which is obviously an attempt to popularize a series of figures in the wake of a more popular toy.The figure comes from Hong-Kong, although in Spain it was imported by González Sanz fom Madrid.
The figure has no name, and the packaging was common to the several figures that were available. Unfortunately, I don’t know how many these were.
FACTS and FIGURES:
- Name: Has no name
- Toy Line: Ninja Maestro del Combate
- Year: Around 1993
- Company: Unknown (Hong Kong)
- Size of the figures: Around 7 cm