In 1990 M.U.S.C.L.E. toys had worn out their welcome and POGS were still a few years away. Young boys everywhere demanded something to collect and Monster in My Pocket heeded the call. Besides being the most inappropriately named toy line of all time (which I learned the hard way on the playground from my female classmates when I threatened to show them said toy) the Monsters in My Pocket franchise also extended to other mediums. Comic books, trading cards, an audio cassette tape, and even a surprisingly entertaining NES videogame were all spawned from the series. I, of course, had to have them all….
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