Toys of the Seventies, Pulsar - The Ultimate Man of Adventure

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Cool action figure (except for the 70's stretch pants). Best part was that it's chest was clear and you could see his heart and lungs. Had a pump in the back, and when you pressed it, his heart would beat and lungs would breathe. Also the blood would circulate. Lift off his face and you could put in "holographic mission disks" (which did nothing).
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Paul C. - January 12, 2009 - Report this comment
thanks for posting, I was remembering this item when looking through the other pages but I couldn't remember his name. It was a really cool item.
Tracy - September 17, 2009 - Report this comment
Im a big fan of Pulsar and Im looking for his life systems center and also Hypnos (his enemy), Im going through chemo now and it helps me forget (i will beat this) anyhow hugs to all the fans of them freaky ole toys from the 70s:)

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