We didn’t realize it then, but the summer of 1987 was an all-timer, at least at the movies. Over three hot months, Hollywood released several films we still hold near and dear to our hearts today, whether we consider them timeless classics or beloved shlock.
Children of the ‘80s probably learned a lot about death, dismemberment and bodily fluids from the Garbage Pail Kids. The ultra-gross, depraved and occasionally sadistic trading cards released in 1985 were a massive, massive hit and now there’s a documentary about them.
Last week people couldn’t get enough of the Garbage Pail Kids version of the presidential candidates. And now Topps has introduced nine brand new versions of their political cards, including Donald Dumpty, Batty Bernie, and “Texan” Ted.
It’s showtime. The Iowa Caucus is today and Iowans from all 99 counties are making their voices heard. But the Garbage Pail Kids special Iowa Caucus edition has the candidates as you’ve never seen them before.
Your old Garbage Pail Kids cards could be worth an easy $4,000, thanks to runaway 1980s nostalgia. We recently spotted a Garbage Pail Kids card selling for a monstrous sum over at eBay.