Saturday, November 16, 2019

1980s Rubber Warrior Eraser

I finally have some solid information about this 1980s rubber fantasty warrior thanks to friend of the blog Daton and a recent ebay find.  I have him in my Misc Unpainted Figures post but it is time to take a little deeper look.  He came in a box of loose figures called Warrior Scented Erasers that is very similar to the CH Muscle Warriors box.  If they are actually warrior scented I assume that means they smells like sweat, blood and dirty a$$.  

He also came in a carded Ja Ru rack toy called Power Queen Dragon Guard which is very similar to Ja Ru's Hercules Hero of Strength line.   Then there are the Dragon Master Puffy Stickers sets which seem to show him in multiple stickers.  I would love to find out if there are more Dragon Master figures or products (maybe a game or a failed cartoon).  

I only own the first picture. The other pictures will be removed if requested by their owners.



Photo from imgur. 

Photo from an ebay auction.



Photo from an ebay auction.



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  2. I am betting that "Warrior Scent" is equal parts sweat, cumin, and rust. Like a taco gone horribly wrong.

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  3. The unicorn on the card-back looks like the Deiner one, but I'm guessing it's actually bigger and more sculpted?

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  4. I am fairly sure the unicorn is a copy of one made by Imperial in early 1980s. Might not even be a copy, just old stock.

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  5. The flying snake creature from the Dragon Master stickers also showed up on a plastic puzzle toy, but the only markings it has are "Patent pending Made in Hong Kong".
    https://imgur.com/a/3wi5VNO

    This is one of the strangest rabbit holes I've ever gone down on.

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    1. No kidding. This a weird rabbet hole indeed. Fun though. Thanks for the link.

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    2. The puffy stickers were made by Larami, who did make a great number of licensed puffy stickers in the 80s... but there were no other brandings than Larami's on there. So either the eraser guys copied Larami's stickers, or Larami copied the eraser...

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