Boglins :: Accessories

"From a swampy bog that time forgot... they're Boglins!"

Boglins were produced by Mattel/Action GT/Ideal in 1986-94 and started life as a series of large, rubbery monster handpuppets with moveable eyes which were sold in "caged" packaging. There were also several smaller versions, miniatures, stickers and various other items as the line grew in popularity.
Boglins were firstly produced by Mattel in 1986 for the US market (which lasted about two years), and then taken over by Action GT and Ideal (also marked Seven Towns) for the UK/Euro market. In 2000-01 the line was reissued by three more UK/Euro companies (Lansay, Awesome Toys and Vivid Imagination)with a small, new line of toys.

Images on this page thanks to X-Entertainment, www.timepassagesnostalgia.com and Flickr members gregg_koenig and Astronit!



Accessories

There were various free toys to be found inside (and on) packets of Kellogs cereals around 1988, including masks, stampers and stamps.

Masks

There were three different masks printed on the backs of Kellogs Rice Krispies boxes.

Stampers

There were various stampers free inside Kellogs Apple Jacks.

Stamps

There were various coloured sheets of stamps, which were free inside Kellogs Rice Krispies. The sheet of stamps was pretty big, and contained eight different Boglins each in two poses, repeated several times over.

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