Castle of the Three Headed Dragon – Warrior’s Toybox- Toy Ventures Magazine Issue 9
Toy-Ventures Magazine Issue 9 features another installment of regular columnist Chance Priest we dubbed “The Warriors Toybox”.
This issue, he shares the Helm Toys “Castle of the Three-Headed Dragon” playset from the 1980s.
I had not heard of this toy before Chance’s excellent piece, and now I am tempted to seek it out. It is a remarkable toy.
Be sure to visit Chance’s amazing facebook page Victory Comics LLC.
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