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Title: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on November 24, 2014, 01:02:34 PM
Sometimes in life, if you want something done you've got to do it yourself. Toward that end, I have compiled a master Wacky spreadsheet containing all critical release information. Here's my approach:

- I've skipped some minor releases like the Wonder Bread and Shedd's.
- I normalized all titles based on their first appearance on a checklist.
- I've listed the real product name upon a title's first appearance (starting with the first series and only noting unique titles otherwise).
- I've normalized real product names as best I could.

Here's the link:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1myakdWkhpz7dHJBtFD0uAkkHnMlyDhl1LQmHujU9AZ0/edit?usp=sharing

Let me know if this works for you, i.e. can you download a copy to manipulate? Also, please submit corrections and suggestions. I'll start a Wacky Trivia thread because having this info in one place leads to some fun insights!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on November 24, 2014, 03:37:11 PM
interesting. i'll have to spend some time on this.
Greg Grant has a pretty extensive one on his site too, up through ANS4
http://www.wackypacks.com/stickers/alphabetical.html

the OS 4th series is a weird one.
while on the checklist, Windhex replaced Bum Chex and Mess Clairoil replaced Choke Wagon, on the sticker sheet it's the reverse: Windhex replaced Choke Wagon and Mess Clairol replaced Bum Chex
(although technically, Windhex replaced Hipton and Mess Clairoil replaced Chef Girl-ar-dee...)
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: koduck on November 25, 2014, 11:09:21 AM
Sometimes in life, if you want something done you've got to do it yourself. Toward that end, I have compiled a master Wacky spreadsheet containing all critical release information. Here's my approach:

- I've skipped some minor releases like the Wonder Bread and Shedd's.
- I normalized all titles based on their first appearance on a checklist.
- I've listed the real product name upon a title's first appearance (starting with the first series and only noting unique titles otherwise).
- I've normalized real product names as best I could.

Here's the link:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1U-Kp1VqbJkgevNBy9x7CA74TdH4Z7aOJ1gYD-My7iqU/edit?usp=sharing

Let me know if this works for you, i.e. can you download a copy to manipulate? Also, please submit corrections and suggestions. I'll start a Wacky Trivia thread because having this info in one place leads to some fun insights!

WOW! I can't tell you how much I appreciate you putting this together! Having all the info on one spread sheet is better than ____________(fill in the blank)! Thanks again! Neil
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Duznt on November 25, 2014, 11:46:33 AM
This is awesome! Thanks for you hard work and time putting this together!
 :bravo_2:
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on November 25, 2014, 02:31:05 PM
Thanks, it was a mostly fun effort, especially looking through the last few ANS series to figure out real products.

Most of this information was gathered from various websites and this forum, but it's a shame something like Greg's site hasn't been maintained. Speaking of which, I hope someone has archived both Greg's and Rusty's sites as they haven't been updated in years and are likely to just disappear.

I'd offer to build a new site but I'm a content guy, not a web developer.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Brian Mc on December 07, 2014, 08:33:09 AM
Holy Moly! Thanks for doing this. This really helps a guy like me. I WANT to stay plugged in to all the Wacky releases, but I simply CAN'T. It's all too much. A list like this helps me catch the more rare releases, like Lost Wackys, Ads, Wonkys, etc, etc...

Awesome Job

BrianMc
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 07, 2014, 05:59:39 PM
I don't know if you know this, but you still haven't added B3 ( The Smash Pack) and B4 ( Just A Beaver). Just thought you'd like to know.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 07, 2014, 09:09:12 PM
I looked at the Spreadsheet and found a whole lot of corrections and product name expansions- so many,in fact, that I don't think I can fit them all on one page. Could you please send me your snail-mail address so that I can send them to you? You have my word that after I use it, I'll shred it and I won't share it with anyone else if that's what you want. Thank you very much for your time and help.(By the way, the last message was for 2014 S1.)
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 10, 2014, 03:33:06 AM
I figured I'd give you some of the corrections here. First, the actual order of nos.3023-3026 is Fuzzy Globs,Ghoul Talk,Powerless Glove and Snookered. Second, no.3016's real name is actually Grahamy Bears, and no. 3023's is Frusen-Gladje.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 11, 2014, 02:04:35 AM
Another real name correction. MOB Coffee is MJB Coffee.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 11, 2014, 08:44:04 PM
Got two more real names as per my first message in this section:2014 S1 B3 is The Trash Pack and B4 is Justin Bieber. That's all the real names I've got for now. Everything else is mostly real name expansions and/or corrections,plus a few spelling errors. I'll try to get them sent to you after the holidays.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 13, 2014, 05:51:50 PM
Another real name to fix:No.554 is Top 'Ems,not Fling 'Ems.Also, the number for MOB Coffee is 1736.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 13, 2014, 05:59:55 PM
Correction,make that Top 'Ems,not Flip 'Ems.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on December 15, 2014, 06:02:02 PM
Thanks Mike, I've applied all the corrections you suggested except for Fling 'Ems. There's been lots of confusion about that one over the years, what makes you say it's Top 'Ems and not Flip 'Ems?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 15, 2014, 07:02:30 PM
Top 'Ems Candy BBs (that's the full name) I got from lostwackys.com. If I'm wrong,my bad. Also,I think ScareBearStare (2089) is really Aeropostale. The reason I say this is I've seen a lot of billboards for that company that look like the Wacky. Again, if I'm wrong,please tell me.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on December 16, 2014, 06:14:53 AM
Yeah, I see that, but the Top 'Ems as shown here (http://www.lostwackys.com/Wacky-Packages/16th-series/fling-ems.htm) looks nothing like the Wacky.

I think you're right that ScareBearStare is not a spoof of Care Bears but I don't think it's Aeropostale either. Anyone have a better suggestion? Image is here:
http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/MTE5NVgxNjAw/z/tNAAAOxy9eVRQmV-/$T2eC16ZHJG!E9nm3q-v2BRQmV-N%28lQ~~60_35.JPG (http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/MTE5NVgxNjAw/z/tNAAAOxy9eVRQmV-/$T2eC16ZHJG!E9nm3q-v2BRQmV-N%28lQ~~60_35.JPG)
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: sco(o)t on December 16, 2014, 08:58:11 AM
Thanks Mike, I've applied all the corrections you suggested except for Fling 'Ems. There's been lots of confusion about that one over the years, what makes you say it's Top 'Ems and not Flip 'Ems?

I think I have to agree that this is a parody of Top'ems. My mother used to decorate cakes when I was young and the Top'ems also came in single containers (the Top'ems on the web site shows 6 together in one package. Imagine the section on the left packaged separately and it would look very much like the Wacky. Also the packaging colors and font style still make me think this is a match. These came in a multitude of colors and styles. Its amazing a Google search can only find this one picture of the product.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 16, 2014, 01:16:52 PM
I Googled Flip 'Ems and found a reference on trademarkia.com (I think that's what it was called) but they didn't have a photo. All I found out was that it was multi-colored candy pieces.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 16, 2014, 01:25:32 PM
Just had an idea for more additions to the Spreadsheet.How about adding the crazy coupons from the 1991 series, the other crazy coupons from ANS 1 and Flashback 2,and especially the Wacky Websites from ANS 1,2,3 and 4?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on December 16, 2014, 01:34:38 PM
Yeah I thought about adding those but, frankly, I never read most of them. If you want to compile the information I'll gladly add it to the spreadsheet.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on December 16, 2014, 03:47:15 PM
the Flip'ems debate was (re-) settled less than a month ago in the Real Products Thread...   :-\

http://www.wackypackagesforum.com/index.php?topic=3835.msg71699#msg71699
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 05, 2015, 09:02:21 PM
Two more real name corrections. No.1025 is just Rich'N Chips (the C.C. is another Keebler chocolate chip cookie named C.C.Biggs) and no.2622 is Genesee Beer.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on January 05, 2015, 09:18:20 PM
Updated! Thanks a lot for your efforts, I can't imagine how you're catching these.

I'm still unclear about ScareBearStare - is it a spoof of a movie?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: koduck on January 06, 2015, 06:07:38 AM
Updated! Thanks a lot for your efforts, I can't imagine how you're catching these.

I'm still unclear about ScareBearStare - is it a spoof of a movie?

Care Bear Stare was (is?) a kid's tv show.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on January 06, 2015, 06:09:58 AM
Got it, here's the image the spoof is based on: http://powet.tv/powetblog/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/care_bears_welcome_to_care-a-lot_wallpaper_care_bear_stare.jpg
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Zenergizer on January 06, 2015, 06:37:10 AM
Got it, here's the image the spoof is based on: http://powet.tv/powetblog/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/care_bears_welcome_to_care-a-lot_wallpaper_care_bear_stare.jpg

Never had heard of it, thanks guys!

And even the real advertisement is scary enough, honestly!  That blue bear on the far right....yikes! >(
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 10, 2015, 11:55:38 AM
Here's another addition for you. No.875 should say "repeat from 12th series.''
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on January 10, 2015, 12:13:23 PM
Done. Keep 'em coming!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 15, 2015, 08:10:45 PM
Good news! The lists of spelling corrections and real name expansions AND the Crazy Coupons and Wacky Websites are done! I'm mailing them to you tomorrow, so keep an eye open for them. I hope you'll forgive the haphazardness of the first list; I just wrote them all down as I went along.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 18, 2015, 02:23:57 PM
I just realized I forgot to mention that I disposed of your snail-mail address you sent me as I promised.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 18, 2015, 02:45:38 PM
Just a suggestion: I think that the Wacky Billboards from 2014 S1 should be in order from 1-6, just like the ones from ANS 10 and 11 are.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 29, 2015, 01:11:27 PM
Can I have your snail-mail address again? I've got more corrections to give you and I stupidly erased it. Thanks.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: ElectricSlave on January 29, 2015, 01:57:30 PM
No Canuckian O-pee-chee? :'(, but Irish ones? :singing: :tongue6: :tongue11: :tongue2: :sad2: :sad3: :ho:
I couldn't use "find on this page" to quickly locate a sticker/product I'm looking for a QUICK WAY TO SEE IF ONES I'm DOING HAVE BEEN DONE SO i DON'T DUPLICATE ART/jokes AND waste effort..
 Is it just to see all the wackies on a single page then?
I see there are some in the reprint series that have original stickers in them. It's nice to see the more recent series on the list. a flashback series two eh...didn't know that existed...be nice to get the rare stickers if I can't afford them other ways.
oh times uip gotta go without editing this so I should be mud in no time..thanks for the efforts though
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on January 29, 2015, 03:36:06 PM
Yeah, the Irish series had new images but the OPC series were strictly reprints. If there's enough of a demand I can add them, too.

You should be able to easily search the spreadsheet, either while viewing via Google Docs or downloading it and opening it up in Excel or something similar.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: ElectricSlave on January 30, 2015, 10:53:20 AM
DOH! of course...it's  great way to double check saves tons of time. I mean I'm doing my own series. I was able to check in 5 minutes if any I've done have been done and if they were the same joke. thank fully none were...I thought I'd have to make say 31 just in case I screwed up as up until now I had no way of checking the later ANS or old school. Thanks . I can now do Frooty Peebles...#26...I'm still smiling on that one. anyone remember mister Peebles? >Hah< I might get in trouble for this one!...and still need a replacement 31 one
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on January 31, 2015, 10:59:10 AM
FYI, Mike, it'll take me a while before I get to your handwritten corrections, but I will do so eventually.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: crackedjerk on February 01, 2015, 01:43:37 PM
What an impressive list!  Must have taken quite a long time to pound it out.  Just from a fairly quick glance, what jumped out at me was the release date of ANS6 as 2007 and ANS7 as 2010.  Even though it wasn't long ago, I have no recollection of there being such a long break in ANS releases.  I do recall ANS7 coming out in the summer so even if ANS6 was late in '07, that was at least a 2.5 year break between series.  I know Flashback and Olds were in there, but I didn't recall such a long break.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on February 01, 2015, 02:02:42 PM
What an impressive list!  Must have taken quite a long time to pound it out.  Just from a fairly quick glance, what jumped out at me was the release date of ANS6 as 2007 and ANS7 as 2010.  Even though it wasn't long ago, I have no recollection of there being such a long break in ANS releases.  I do recall ANS7 coming out in the summer so even if ANS6 was late in '07, that was at least a 2.5 year break between series.  I know Flashback and Olds were in there, but I didn't recall such a long break.
yeah, it was quite a break. I really believed that after the MEGA-packs of ANS6 that Topps had killed the series - through the price-hike and doubling and tripling the odds to pull chase cards in that set.
They pumped out the 2 flashback sets, but it was a serious gap between releases.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 03, 2015, 07:16:40 PM
I sent a new list of additions and corrections earlier today.Hope you find them useful.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 05, 2015, 12:56:05 PM
In response to your question about the Wacky Billboard numbering, on the list ANS10 and ANS11 are listed 1-6, while 2014 S1 is listed 6-3-4-2-5-1.That's what made me think they should be in order.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 07, 2015, 07:07:32 PM
A new problem with the Wacky Billboards listing. Now the ones for ANS 11 numbers on the card backs are 53-55-52-50-51-54.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on February 08, 2015, 07:40:51 AM
Fixed, thanks.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on February 08, 2015, 03:14:19 PM
Personally, I don't order the billboards by how they appear on the backs on the cards.
To me, the correct way to order the billboards is by their PKG numbering, which is more or less alphabetical.

PKG000555  UpChuckE.Cheese's
PKG000556  Crappy Barrel
PKG000557  Grab The Throne
PKG000558  ScareBearStare
PKG000559  Windy's Burgers
PKG000560  The Working Dead

PKG001159  Aggressive Insurance
PKG001160  Burger Kringe
PKG001161  Caffeine Cola
PKG001162  Five Guts
PKG001163  Legends of Ozzy
PKG001164  American Nose Pickers

PKG001726  Batch o'Losers
PKG001727  Coffee-Hate
PKG001728  Jerry & Ben's
PKG001729  PowerBarf
PKG001730  Shred Egg
PKG001731  Shrubway
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 26, 2015, 01:21:32 PM
I don't know if this belongs here, but does anyone know how to get in touch with the guy who made that really great article on hipsteria.com about the lost 1992 Series? A lot of the Wackys on it have now been released at last,and I think this should be made known.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Buzzooka on February 27, 2015, 10:19:39 AM
I have a question, maybe it is an omission. That is, wasn't there a postcard that came in a 1970's nostalgia book that came out within the last few years? Not sure when exactly, and I do not remember the title of the book. There was a tread some where here in the forum that mentioned it a while ago...
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on February 27, 2015, 11:12:51 AM
Yes, an Ajerx postcard was included in a book. I've got one, it came with the book "Do You Remember".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on February 27, 2015, 05:29:33 PM
I don't know if this belongs here, but does anyone know how to get in touch with the guy who made that really great article on hipsteria.com about the lost 1992 Series? A lot of the Wackys on it have now been released at last,and I think this should be made known.
That's Fred "paste_anyplace" Wheaton's page. You can PM him on this forum.
He has been busy though, working on actual Wacky's and sketches for all the recent ANS releases
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Buzzooka on March 02, 2015, 09:27:25 AM
That's Fred "paste_anyplace" Wheaton's page. You can PM him on this forum.
He has been busy though, working on actual Wacky's and sketches for all the recent ANS releases

Is it on the master list and I don't see it?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on March 02, 2015, 10:50:44 AM
Is what, artist info? Lost 1992 titles? Neither are on the Master Spreadsheet.

This is the page referred to: http://www.hipsteria.com/wacky/wacky_92.asp
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Buzzooka on March 02, 2015, 11:40:53 AM
I have a question, maybe it is an omission. That is, wasn't there a postcard that came in a 1970's nostalgia book that came out within the last few years? Not sure when exactly, and I do not remember the title of the book. There was a tread some where here in the forum that mentioned it a while ago...

Sorry for confusion. I meant to quote my own post above as reference and hit the last post instead. I was asking about the Ajerx postcard that came with the book. Is that on the list?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on March 02, 2015, 11:46:14 AM
No, I decided not to list non-Topps items, and that seems like it was a real oddball. If there's enough desire, I can add those sorts of things.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Buzzooka on March 02, 2015, 11:52:24 AM
I did not know that the Ajerx form the book was not a Topps item. I have never seen it. Is it the same art as the Wacky? If so how didi they get away with that?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on March 02, 2015, 12:36:30 PM
Dunno. Here's the postcard that's included:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/postcard-Ajerx-Mac-Rack-card-Do-You-Remember-/231447922722?nma=true&si=uNl%252BlKJZaQaji7LNBg35kF27jjQ%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 08, 2015, 04:53:36 PM
Mitch:I'm mailing you some more corrections.(If any of them are repeats,just ignore them.) Also,I'm mailing some info from lostwackys.com that shows some Wackys that were published recently that were originally intended for previous series. Most are roughs,some are finished art. I think it would be proper to put in notes that these stickers were so intended;i.e.,"Originally intended for (blank)".Let me know what you think as soon as you get the letter.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on March 08, 2015, 04:56:48 PM
Thanks Mike. I still haven't gotten to your previous letters. Note that I work faster via e-mail!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on March 13, 2015, 08:29:49 PM
Mike - I've processed all your corrections except these:

Hostess Snoballs (not Snowballs)
Reese's Sticks (not Reese)
Folgers (not Folger's)
Steak-Umm (not Steak-Umms)

And I've added the unqiue Crazy Coupons and Wacky Websites to another column. Your tireless effort is greatly appreciated, and as always if you have any further corrections, send 'em on over!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 14, 2015, 05:47:29 PM
Thank you a thousand times! I'm sending you even more additions and corrections,and have only one request:please place the real names of the Wacky Websites on the list! If you want, I'll send them to you as well (I know all of them except for a few).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on March 15, 2015, 02:16:01 PM
Ok, Mike, I added the real websites in the next column. There's a few I didn't know, please double check and post corrections/additions here. Thanks!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 15, 2015, 07:36:37 PM
The Wacky Websites additions and corrections are Robosapien,Verizon(for Moronzon),PS3(for ESP),Discovery Kids,Neopet,Geek Squad(for Greek Squad),Dogpile,F.A.O.Schwartz(for F.A.O. Schwarznegger),Livewire(for Licewire)and Pacsun. The only ones whose real names I don't know are Kazoo and eToes.com. Any help with these is greatly appreciated.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on March 16, 2015, 05:49:25 AM
All fixed, but I'm pretty sure it's PSP (Playstation Portable) not PS3 and it's F.A.O. Schwarz (no 't').

I'm not sure about Kazoo and eToes either - anyone else?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: bigtomi on March 16, 2015, 02:55:06 PM
I'm not sure about Kazoo and eToes either - anyone else?
eToes is eToys.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on March 16, 2015, 03:17:31 PM
Actually, I think Kazoo is a spoof of Kazaa, a file sharing software from back in the day.

eToys makes sense, thanks.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 23, 2015, 06:37:54 PM
More additions and corrections on the way! I just have one question. What's the full real name for Angry Turds:Flushed and Furious and Slayskool Atomic Bombs? I think that they should be distinguished from Angry Nerds and the other Playskool products,but I just can't seem to figure out what they are.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 27, 2015, 12:04:51 AM
Just thought of two other Wackys I don't know the full real names for:Bricks(one of the Postcards) and Bramble's(one of the stickers;a Campbell's Soup product). Any help on these two and the two on my last post is welcome.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: RawGoo on March 27, 2015, 12:23:06 AM
Just thought of two other Wackys I don't know the full real names for:Bricks(one of the Postcards) and Bramble's(one of the stickers;a Campbell's Soup product). Any help on these two and the two on my last post is welcome.

I think Bricks was Brachs.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on March 27, 2015, 07:19:27 AM
Not sure about Angry Turds, a quick Google search doesn't help. It's a spoof of the Playstation version, if that helps.

Slayskool is  a spoof of Playskool Blocks, I've made the update.

Bricks is Brach's Milk Maid Caramels, I've made the update.

Bramble's is Campbell's Microwaveable Homestyle. I don't think it's spoofing a particular flavor. Is that specific enough?




Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 27, 2015, 03:24:25 PM
Yes,that is specific enough;thanks a lot!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 27, 2015, 08:41:50 PM
Did you get my last letter with the latest additions and corrections? Also,it should be Campbell's Microwaveable Homestyle Soup.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on March 28, 2015, 06:54:42 AM
I got your list, thanks. I'll get to it shortly.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: RawGoo on March 28, 2015, 06:56:41 AM
Not sure about Angry Turds, a quick Google search doesn't help. It's a spoof of the Playstation version, if that helps.

Slayskool is  a spoof of Playskool Blocks, I've made the update.

Bricks is Brach's Milk Maid Caramels, I've made the update.

Bramble's is Campbell's Microwaveable Homestyle. I don't think it's spoofing a particular flavor. Is that specific enough?

Isn't Angry Turds Angry Birds?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on March 28, 2015, 08:03:30 AM
Yes, but Mike was asking if it was a specific version that was being parodied. All I can tell is it's the Playstation version.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on March 28, 2015, 09:21:44 AM
My guess is that it's a made-up title. my searches show only two Angry Birds titles for all the various game platforms - Trilogy and Star Wars.
the image itself seems to be based on the main one used for the original game. Which also showed up on various skins out there for the handhelds.
here's the image from Rovio's site and the card

(http://assets.rovio.com/UserFiles/Image/RovioProducts//380x286_293.png)(http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/Njk1WDUwMA==/z/lUMAAOSwrklU72VW/$_12.JPG)
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on March 30, 2015, 08:32:36 AM
Ok Mike, I've processed your latest corrections and additions. Keep them coming, you found a bunch of key errors! Some notes on items I felt differently about:

HW PC - I changed it to 'Postcard HW' because I want to use the 'Postcard' prefix consistently
Mego: Superman - I couldn't find any indication the product name includes the colon
Doublemint Gum - I feel the product name should include "Wrigley's" but I made the two entries match
Mtn Dew - I still consider it 'Mountain Dew' even if the logo changed
Libby's Libby's Libby's - why did you suggest this? I couldn't find corroboration.
7-Up - Wikipedia says there's no dash
K-BToys.com - it's actually KBToys.com
All Temperature Cheer - Ok, should we make the change for Cheep Detergent (329) too?
Billboards - I say "Also on" because I'm referring to the bonus box stand alone item
Jolly Green Giant - Green Giant is company name
Old Fashioned Quaker Oats - Ok, should we make the change for Quacker Oats (modern version) (2833) too?
Pringles Newfangled Potato Chips - that was their original name but I don't feel it's necessary to use
Listerine Cool Mint Pocket Pax - it's actually PocketPaks
Pig Pen - Rusty's site says it was unused from the 1985 series

As for lost wackys, these are the ones whose original series intention is unknown:
Beastball (Flashback 1)
Boozeball (Abrams book)
All of the Chrome 'Cutting Room Floor' items
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 30, 2015, 10:43:34 PM
Thanks for your prompt reply.I'll try to answer some of of your questions. First, seems I made a mistake this time, in that Antenmann's (1177) and Plop on Pop(1274) were actually planned for the 1991 Series but were held over (they may have been put in the lost 1992 Series,but no one will probably know if they would've been or not).Second,in Beyond Pollution(1717) the right spelling for the real name is Petroleum.Third,Cheep was a different package label from Ill-Tempered Sneer,but if you want to put "All Temperature" in that one for the real name, that's OK. Fourth, Libby's Libby's Libby's was an actual name used in the 1970's(it's reflected on the sticker Fibby's Fibby's Fibby's and the Can Label Libber's Libber's Libber's).Fifth, if I remember right, Jolly Green Giant was the original name, and it was shortened to Green Giant years later. Now for some corrections(very few). They are Bazooka Big Buddy(229)and Act Total Care(1822). Also, on nos.2369-2377, remove the word "the" from "Intended for lost 1992 Series". Also, maybe it should be Mego-Superman.If I'm wrong on the last one,please tell me.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 30, 2015, 10:54:24 PM
Oops, I almost forgot.You probably should make the real name for Quacker Oats (2833) into Old Fashioned Quaker Oats,too. I say this because I think that there are still two kinds of basic Quaker Oats.One has red in its label(Old Fashioned) and one has blue(its name escapes me at the moment).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on March 31, 2015, 05:23:43 AM
Libby's Libby's Libby's was an actual name used in the 1970's(it's reflected on the sticker Fibby's Fibby's Fibby's and the Can Label Libber's Libber's Libber's).
That was never the actual company name though. The triplicate name was just a label design that went along with the ad campaign
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on March 31, 2015, 06:13:25 AM
Yeah, I agree, the real name is "Libby's".

Wikipedia indicates "Green Giant", the Jolly part was marketing and not part of the product name.

Other changes made.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 31, 2015, 10:45:46 AM
OK, thanks for the info. I'll keep my eyes open for any more additions and/or corrections.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 31, 2015, 11:32:46 AM
Just found some! The Saturday Evening Post(406),Progresso Spaghetti Sauce(427),Progresso Pizza Sauce(522),Glad Trash Bags(1091),and Dance Dance Revolution!!(1931). Also, on 2825, the sentence"Poster version"should be removed,and so should"Club Crackers"on 2958.Finally,Glad Drawstring Bags should be Glad Drawstring Trash Bags.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on March 31, 2015, 02:01:15 PM
Done, except I consider the Clubbed Crackers bio card the first proper appearance as opposed to a promo card, hence that's why I have the real product name on that line.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 02, 2015, 10:42:09 AM
Here's some more!Bazooka Bubble Gum(98,405,1046,1084,1223 and 2832),Kraft Macaroni and Cheese(1155),Jiffy Pop Popcorn(1475),Gerber Finger Foods(1612),Lara Croft:Tomb Raider(1984),Hostess Ding Dongs(2102 and 2460),Reach Dental Floss(2133),Care Free Sugarless Bubble Gum(2606),Mego Super-Heroes-Superman(2612) and Hostess Ho Hos(2630). Also, add"from 13th Series"(491),"Same product as ANS6 but different design"(1882),and "but different design"(3178). Finally,remove "Cigarettes"(540).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on April 02, 2015, 04:09:10 PM
Done, except:

add "from 13th Series" (491) - I presume you meant to add it to 1044, not 491
remove "Cigarettes" (540) - I don't understand this, please explain.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 02, 2015, 07:40:35 PM
Yes,I did mean 1044(the 1985 Series),and when I said remove "Cigarettes"from Camel Filter (540) I only meant that none of the other cigarette spoofs were listed as such,so I figured it wasn't necessary.Also, I have three more roughs from lostwackys.com.They are Robo (originally intended for ANS3),Clucky Soup (originally intended for ANS3,but held over for ANS4), and Homely Bunches of Goats(originally intended for ANS6).The only reason I didn't mention these roughs the first time is because the art didn't match the finished sticker...but then,I've been wrong before.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 02, 2015, 08:04:12 PM
I've found the spoofs for the aforementioned roughs.They are Robo(2023(ANS10)),Clucky Soup(2848(Postcard 3)) and Hungry Bunches of Goats(2979(Postcard 9)).Also,1448 is actually Bic Round Stic Pens.Finally,I think the term should be "Postcards".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on April 03, 2015, 07:10:16 AM
Ok, I agree re: "Cigarettes" but for the Camel parodies, is "Camel" different than "Camel Filter"?

Not sure I agree on "Homely Bunches Of Goats" - it's a different gag than "Hungry Bunches".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 03, 2015, 08:16:06 AM
I'm pretty sure that Camels and Camel Filters are different types. The first one is much smaller than the other,and they have different packaging.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 03, 2015, 11:15:29 AM
More corrections.It should be"Birdseye"for 418,1364 and 1551 because Clarence Birdseye was the product's creator. I think it's Oscar Meyer Wieners for 1550,and it's Palz Vitamins for 2419 and Honey Bunches of Oats for 2979.Also, 2848 should say "held over for ANS4".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 04, 2015, 09:26:16 AM
I just remembered it's Camel Filters,not Filter.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on April 05, 2015, 02:37:44 PM
More corrections.It should be"Birdseye"for 418,1364 and 1551 because Clarence Birdseye was the product's creator. I think it's Oscar Meyer Wieners for 1550,and it's Palz Vitamins for 2419 and Honey Bunches of Oats for 2979.Also, 2848 should say "held over for ANS4".

Wikipedia says it's "Birds Eye".

Good catch on some of these, all fixed.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 05, 2015, 05:55:03 PM
More corrections/additions. Tang Instant Breakfast Drink(199 and 1499),Kleenex Tissues(339 and 508),Diet Delight Fruit Cocktail(490) and Swift Premium Brown 'N Serve Sausage(2443). Also,1017 should say "Same product as 9th Series but different design",Column H should say "Real Websites"and I think that 1220 should be Listerine Cool Mint Pocket Paks (with a space between the last two words).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on April 06, 2015, 03:17:39 PM
Nope, it's "PocketPaks" on the Listerine website!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 06, 2015, 09:49:34 PM
Here we go again! My-T-Fine Pudding(285),Knox Gelatine(317),Royal Gelatin(468),Bazooka Bubble Gum(1084),Famous Amos Chocolate Chip Cookies(1095),Degree(2112),Town House Crackers(2496) and Le Sueur Peas(2506).1177 should have "originally with different art"at the end after "Series",1178 should have "Same product as 1985 Series but different design",3055-3058 should be "Wonky Packs",the top of Column E should be "Real Products",the top of Column G should be "Backs"and the top of Column H should be "Real Websites".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on April 07, 2015, 05:58:04 AM
Thanks, Mike. All changes made but I'm keeping the column headings singular.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 07, 2015, 03:42:49 PM
Here's some more.Hazel Bishop Lipstick(476),Lipton Brisk(1329),Wacky Packages All-New Series(1434),Sylvania Light Bulb(1525),Taco Bell Taco Supreme(1968),Big Tooth Bubble Gum(2462)and Mego Official World's Greatest Super-Heroes!-Superman(2612).Remove the word "Cigarettes" from Bel Air(2455)and the "e" from "Gelatin"(468)and the spoof names are Chef Boar-Ar-Dee(1506)and Chef Boy-R-U-Dum(1814).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on April 07, 2015, 03:55:53 PM
Done, but the spoof names are taken from the checklist regardless of mistakes.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 12, 2015, 04:03:17 PM
More again.Birds Eye Bavarian Style Beans and Spaetzle(418),Bart Simpson T-Shirt(1106),Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles-Michaelangelo(1119),Super-Flex Gumby(1126),Dick Tracy T-Shirt(1131),Garfield Hang-Up(1135),The BabySitters Club(1136),Nathan's Beef Franks(1234),Lunchables Cracker Snackers(1251),Nerf Football(1316),Crest Whitestrips(1324),Sunbeam Hot Dog Buns(1330),Birds Eye Frozen Dinner(1364),ReeseSticks(1375)[more on that one later],Garbage Pail Kids All-New Series(1496 and 2160),Bob Evans Sausage(1524),Birds Eye Frozen Peas[?](1551),Perdue Chicken Nuggets-Chicken Shapes(1565),Transformers-Optimus Prime(1572),Froot Loops(1601,1763 and 3152),Call of Duty:Black Ops(1800),The Walking Dead:The Complete First Season(2096),Minute Rice Long Grain(2286),Weaver Drumsticks and Thighs Frozen Dinner(2369),Stroh's Beer(2417),D-Con Roach Traps(2609),Skoal Wintergreen Chewing Tobacco(2629)and Cruex Medicated Spray-On Powder(2635).Also,1185 should say"Same product as Wacky Ads",2430 and 2540 should say"Non-Sport Update magazine" and 3195 should say"Same product as ANS2.Next,Pre-K(1727) should say "Rough art intended for ANS3",Quacky Packages(2838)"Rough art intended for ANS2",Weaky Packages(2839)"Rough art intended for ANS4",Eerio(2844)"Rough art intended for ANS4" and Bassquick(2845)"Rough art intended for ANS5".Finally,I looked up Reese's Sticks on Wikipedia and it said that,before 2009,it was called ReeseSticks-and since the Wacky came out in 2006,I think that the real name should reflect this.Also,since two artists(Neil Camera and Fred Wheaton)did two different versions of Homely Bunches of Goats, I think that Hungry Bunches of Goats should have added to it "originally known as Homely Bunches of Goats",as either one could have been the basis for the finished Postcard.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 12, 2015, 04:26:16 PM
My bad! I should've said"Hungry Bunches of Goats(2979)should say"Rough art intended for ANS6;originally known as Homely Bunches of Goats".Also,two more:MicroMachines(1137) and Wacky Packages All-New Series(2837-2839).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 12, 2015, 04:59:56 PM
More again! Wacky Packages 4th Series (192 and 596[?]),Rit Tint and Dye(2453) and Wacky Packages 2014 Series 1[?]((3259).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on April 13, 2015, 06:47:48 AM
Ok, all done except:

RIT Tint - I've seen packaging with both upper and lower case "RIT" and since the Wacky has uppercase, I stuck with that.
MicroMachines - that's the logo but the product name has a space between the words.
It's actually "The Baby-Sitters Club", so I went with that.

Good catch on 'Froot Loops', that was a big miss! And I agree with your logic for ReeseSticks.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 13, 2015, 11:40:41 AM
Here's more!Bozo Bubble Gum(309),Thomas the Tank Engine[?](1372),Wrigley's Big Red(1441)and Wrigley's Juicy Fruit(1490 and 1863).Next,376 should say"Pulled at some point and never replaced",1664,1908,1914,2023,2105,2123,2160,2397,2625 and 3180"Rough art intended for"2738"with Quacker Oats image" and"Cards"should be removed from 172 and 355.By the way,congrats on noticing the Wormy Packages"Stinky Album Stickers"line on 944,1286,1295 and 1655! I honestly didn't even remember that one! That leads to a question I'd like to ask:Which spoof was published first-Wormy Packages or Wacky Garbage?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on April 13, 2015, 01:40:17 PM
Updates done.

I'm pretty sure series 4 came out right before the posters.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on April 13, 2015, 05:22:55 PM
Updates done.

I'm pretty sure series 4 came out right before the posters.
some of us believe they came out later, after the 6th or so
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 14, 2015, 08:33:35 PM
More again.Ritz Crackers(41 and 1682),Nutri-Grain Granola Bars(1165),Fudgsicle Fudge Pops(1185),Welch's Grape Jelly in a Tom and Jerry jar(1188),French's Yellow Mustard(1344 and 3178),Nature Valley Granola Bars(1528),York Peppermint Patty(1894 and 2923)and Hostess Fruit Pie-Apple(2862).Also,1067 should say"W.C. was written over the doorway","Cigarettes" should be removed from "Newport" in 1111,1821,1983 and 3219-3221 should say"Finished art intended for",2312 and 2339 should say"Originally intended for Flashback 1" and 2482 should say"Series 3 promo".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on April 14, 2015, 10:07:19 PM
2480 should be listed within Old School 1, (2010) as a Series 2 Promo
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on April 15, 2015, 07:04:58 AM
Hm, did that come out earlier than series 2 or was it out at the same time?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on April 15, 2015, 07:16:08 AM
Mike - please clarify these:

Fudgsicle Fudge Pops(1185) - same goes for Sludgsickle (85), right?

"Cigarettes" should be removed from "Newport" in 1111,1821,1983 - how are 1821 and 1983 related?

2312 and 2339 should say"Originally intended for Flashback 1" - what are you basing this on?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 15, 2015, 08:28:42 AM
Fudgsicle Fudge Pops is what it says on the box-the other one is a single one.1821 and 1983 are included in "Finished art intended for(maybe I should've put a semi-colon after"1111") and I think I got the Flashback 1 info off of lostwackys.com.I'll check and make sure.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 15, 2015, 08:36:39 AM
I was right! And I also found out that Ditch Boy was originally going to be the sticker version,but they ended up using the poster version instead.Hope this helps.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 15, 2015, 08:55:06 AM
Another one-Stella D'oro Cookies-Swiss Fudge(1443).Also,there's no "The" in National Enquirer(1010) and 1067 is"written".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on April 15, 2015, 05:20:32 PM
Hm, did that come out earlier than series 2 or was it out at the same time?
it was in the Old School 1 boxes.
Just like Sweetar was in the Olds 2 boxes to promote Olds 3, and UmUms in 3 to promote 4, etc.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on April 15, 2015, 05:23:24 PM
2312 and 2339 should say"Originally intended for Flashback 1" - what are you basing this on?
I believe that's based on the advertising sheets that went around for Flashback 1. they showed those 2 titles.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on April 15, 2015, 05:35:34 PM
it was in the Old School 1 boxes.
Just like Sweetar was in the Olds 2 boxes to promote Olds 3, and UmUms in 3 to promote 4, etc.

Ok, you're right, I moved it and adjusted everything.

It makes me think I should try to note the source of every promo. Is that info easily available somewhere?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 15, 2015, 09:08:08 PM
A boo-boo on a Lost Wacky! According to lostwackys.com,Buggies(2282) was intended for the 4th Series,but came out first (along with six other Wackys) as an alternate for the 2nd Series on a 2nd Series sheet.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on April 16, 2015, 05:56:12 AM
Ok, I updated that and almost all the promos for where they appeared but I can't remember the source for these two promos:

BC Cola (Old School 1)
Croca Cola (Postcards)
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 16, 2015, 09:58:03 AM
I think that the Terrible TV stickers should say what season they are.For example,I know one of them is "Breaking Bad:The Complete First Season",but I have no idea what the other ones are.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Joe G. on April 16, 2015, 10:16:37 AM
Mike, not all the Terrible TV gags were season specific.  I came up with two of the gags (Vampire Dairies and Adventure Crime) and didn't base them on any specific DVD.  In fact I didn't reference actual DVDs at all, I just came up with images I liked and wrote gags to go with them. 
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 16, 2015, 11:35:02 AM
OK,that explains it. Thanks.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: bigtomi on April 16, 2015, 03:57:15 PM
Ok, I updated that and almost all the promos for where they appeared but I can't remember the source for these two promos:

BC Cola (Old School 1)
Croca Cola (Postcards)
My recollection is BC Cola was sent out to us folks directly from Dave Gross.
Croca Cola (a version or two) came from the Philly show promo pack?

Someone please correct me, if I'm misremembering.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on April 16, 2015, 05:04:22 PM
A boo-boo on a Lost Wacky! According to lostwackys.com,Buggies(2282) was intended for the 4th Series,but came out first (along with six other Wackys) as an alternate for the 2nd Series on a 2nd Series sheet.
that is fabrication of Rusty's with no evidence to support it.

buggies was on the 2nd series proof sheet and never showed up again. It was not on the 4th series proof sheet or proof checklist.
The other titles showing up in the 4th does not mean this one was in intended for the 4th.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 18, 2015, 01:31:31 PM
Here we go again! Pepsi-Cola(145,338,376,1790 and 1976),Heartland Natural Cereal(368),Dinky Donuts Glazed Style(943),Butterball Turkey(1317),Stella D'oro Cookies-Swiss Fudge(1443) and Smucker's Strawberry Jam(1902).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 18, 2015, 04:33:48 PM
More again.Kaboom!(2442) and 2446,2451 and 2459 should say"Rough art originally done in the 1970s".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 18, 2015, 04:40:06 PM
I just found another one that should say"Rough art originally done in the 1970s":1229.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 03, 2015, 05:24:25 PM
More of 'em! Wish-Bone Russian Dressing(141),Right Guard(166),Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Spaghetti(206),Birds Eye International Dinner:,etc.(418),Squelch's Ape Juice(1099),Bratz-Yasmin(1150),SnackWells(1394),Wish-Bone French Dressing(1431),Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Spaghetti and Meatballs(1506 and 1814),Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Beefaroni(2151),Bazooka Bubble Gum(2895) and Breaking Bad:The Complete First Season(3199). (I'll find out the real names of the other Terrible TV stickers later.) Also, it should say " "Doglix" in the test series "(1053) and "Note:Tattoos..."(2638-2655).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 03, 2015, 05:58:37 PM
I just remembered I forgot this one-Wish-Bone Ranch Dressing(2148).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on May 04, 2015, 09:08:14 AM
Wow, a couple of weeks passed - I thought we were done!  ;D

Squelch's Grape Juice - that's what it says on the checklist, so that's what I use.
SnackWell's - actually has an apostrophe according to their website

What do you mean by "it should say " "Doglix" in the test series "(1053)" - it does in the note, did you prefer a seperate row?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 04, 2015, 10:38:51 AM
Not at all. I meant to say that the word "the" should be added. There were no quotation marks before "it",but before the quotation marks that came before "Doglix".Sorry for any confusion.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 04, 2015, 10:54:37 AM
Just found two more: Easy Bake Oven and Snack Center(1273) and Wacky Ads(2766-2801).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 04, 2015, 09:15:48 PM
Again two more:Quaker State Peak Performance(1518)and Dad's Barrelhead Root Beer(2810). Also,these should be fixed:Lenticular(1841-1850,1946-1954,2296-2305 and 2382-2391),Awful Apps(1917-1925 and 2034-2043),Lame Games(1927-1936),Rude Food(2161-2169)and Wacky Can Labels(2356-2361). Finally,all the bonus stickers should have "Bonus" in front of their numbers,similar to the foil stickers saying "Foil".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on May 05, 2015, 06:05:31 AM
Done, though I'm thinking of making two columns: Subset and Number, which would eliminate entries like "Promo P1" and "Bonus B1". Thoughts?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 05, 2015, 09:13:20 AM
That's a great idea! You should do that.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 05, 2015, 09:24:58 AM
Just checked the list.You accidentally forgot to add "Bonus" to the bonus stickers for ANS2 and ANS3,and 2525-2534 should be "Wacky 1967".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 05, 2015, 04:15:41 PM
Here's some more! Alpen Natural Cereal with Raisins and Nuts(433) and Lipton Tea Bags(1581 and 2525). Also,here's some changes for the Subset column:Wacky Website(1724-1726),Lost Wacky(2054-2056,2179-2181,2822-2831 and 3219-3221) and Wacky Wrappers(2575-2585). Finally,3027 should say "Came with Osaka Popstar CD".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 06, 2015, 09:44:43 AM
Something's wrong. My computer keeps saying "File unavailable. Please reload",and I can't bring up the Master List. Can you help me,Mitch?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on May 06, 2015, 11:08:48 AM
Close your browser, restart it and try again.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 26, 2015, 11:26:43 PM
Finally,more! Hartz Mountain Canary Song Food(184),Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Spaghetti and Meatballs(206),My-T-Fine Pudding and Pie Filling(285),Domino Sugar Cubes Dots(295),Knox Unflavored Gelatine(317),Smucker's Mango Jam(342),Big Wally Wall Washer(473),Romilar Children's Cough Syrup(558),Dr. Nest's Toothbrush(573)and Mad Men:Season 6(3200).Next, it should be Hartz 2 -in-1 Flea and Tick Collar,but I can't remember the number(I'm still having trouble bringing up the Master Spreadsheet on both my and my parents' computers). Finally,these should be changed:Wacky Cereal(1757-1762,1937-1945 and 2077-2085),Rude Food(2161-2169(no"Menu")),Wacky Package Tattoos(2638-2655) and Where Are They Now?(2832-2836).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 27, 2015, 12:10:47 AM
Big mistake on one from before! It should say"Dr.West's Toothbrush(573)".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on May 27, 2015, 05:50:49 AM
Smucker's Mango Jam - on what basis did you determine 'mango'?

I disagree re: "Wacky Package Tattoos"  - they're all the 'Tatoo' subset for consistency and sorting.


Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 27, 2015, 01:14:23 PM
I looked up Smoocher's Jam on lostwackys.com and saw a picture of Smucker's Mango Jam.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on May 27, 2015, 01:43:10 PM
Lost Wackys images are often just for basic comparison, not specific to the product.

Also, Rusty is an unreliable source.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 27, 2015, 01:58:41 PM
OK,I just thought it looked similar to the sticker.I've got some roughs I found;if any of them are repeats,tell me. They are:Little Seizures(ANS11-rough art intended for ANS2),Lifer(OLDS4-rough art intended for ANS3),Mountain Dude(ANS7-rough art intended for ANS4) and Polar Spring(ANS8-rough art intended for ANS4).Also,you might want to mention that Mountain Dude and Hungry Bunches of Goats have two pieces of rough art for both of them.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 04, 2015, 05:37:38 PM
Got some more! Power Rangers Megaforce(3208) and these additions:Rough art intended for ANS2(1389),Rough art intended for ANS2;originally known as Charleston Mini Shoes(Charleston Mini Chews) (2499) and Rough art intended for ANS2;originally known as Boston Baked Beings(2610).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on June 04, 2015, 06:00:39 PM
Definitely not 'mini chews', google the old wrapper for Charleston Chews.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 04, 2015, 06:42:15 PM
I may be wrong,but the rough art I saw in the Lost Wackys section of lostwackys.com said Charleston Mini Shoes. If I'm wrong, take out "Mini".Also, I just saw the 2015 Series 1 checklist here,and if you're going to put it on the Master Spreadsheet,then one of the stickers-Elapse Gum-should say "Finished art intended for ANS6".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 05, 2015, 11:28:18 AM
Found another one:"Rough art intended for ANS3(2124).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 05, 2015, 06:14:07 PM
Just found out from a Forum entry(2015 Series 1 Spoilers) about three more lost Wackys-Wiggly Packages Pest Cards(intended for Postcards 7)and Quits and Veino Max Gel(both intended for Postcards 9). The problem is,I don't know whether the art for these stickers are rough or finished art.If anyone knows which one it is,please let me know.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 14, 2015, 06:53:35 PM
Finally got my computer back to normal! Mitch,I noticed that the notes about the rough art for Charredstone Chew! and Boston Burned Beans need to be fixed. Also,you forgot to say that the first rough was for a spin-off product-Charleston Mini Chews. I'm going to check and see if it's a real product. I'll be right back.
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Post by: mikecho on June 14, 2015, 06:59:42 PM
I was right! Wikipedia says it came out in 1998,but I got the name wrong-it's actually Mini Charleston Chews.
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Post by: Lavirus on June 14, 2015, 08:48:52 PM
Ok, what should those entries say?
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Post by: paste_anyplace on June 14, 2015, 09:19:40 PM
Charleston Mini Shoes doesn't have anything to do with Charredstone Chew! from OLDS 3. Dave Gross and I worked on the latter gag together and we didn't have any previous roughs in mind.

We took a couple of stabs at a parody of the classic product that didn't make the cut before the Charredstone design was finalized:

(http://s29.postimg.org/9h552lweb/charlestones.jpg) (http://postimg.org/image/9h552lweb/)
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Post by: mikecho on June 16, 2015, 02:05:37 AM
OK,take out the reference to Mini Charleston Chews.As for the one for Boston Burned Beans,I only meant that the words are extending into the next space over and it needs to be widened like the other spaces that have already been done.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 17, 2015, 09:56:17 PM
More additions and corrections! They are:"Comes both with and without copyright"(555),''GPK ANS2 packs"(1215-1217),"Back variation both with and without copyright''(1313 & 1359),"What's In The Box?"(1653-1662),"Wack-O-Mercial"(1727-1746),"Wacky Packages Go To The Movies"(1833-1840),"Finished art intended for ANS1 with different design"(2424),remove "Rough art intended for ANS2"(2499),"Rough art intended for ANS3 with different design"(2551),"Rough art intended for ANS3,then held over for ANS4"(2848) and "Same product as 6th Series but different design and name"(2853).
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Post by: mikecho on June 17, 2015, 10:31:59 PM
Another addition:the 70s Posters need to be finished. All that I know is that 21 of them were painted by Norm Saunders and 6 by Tom Sutton. If anyone knows which was which(aside from the few that are listed already),that would be a big help to Lavirus! (Also,please tell me if I've spelled Norm's last name wrong.)
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on June 18, 2015, 12:41:55 PM
"What's In The Box?!!" as per the back of the card.

Regarding "Same product as 6th Series but different design and name"(2853) - the whole 'different name' part makes it unique. I use the 'same product' designation when two Wackys have the same product name (i.e. Eviltime in the 6th series and the Irish series).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on June 18, 2015, 05:53:23 PM
By the way, I'll be adding the 2015 series to the spreadsheet tomorrow. Mike, get your corrections ready. :-)
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 23, 2015, 07:25:29 PM
More again! Nestle Toll House Cookies(1803),Originally intended for Old School 3(2622),Hostess Ho-Hos(2630),Ken-L Ration(2634),Abrams 1 1st ed.(3015-3018)and 2009 Abrams 1 2nd ed.(3019-3022).Also,in 2610,"originally known as Boston Baked Beings"needs to have the space widened and the word ""Beings"shifted down to the bottom of the new space and you need to say which of the "3 comics from Topps"in 3058 are being referred to;i.e.,are they Wacky Packages Comics or something else?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 23, 2015, 07:45:03 PM
I don't know if this belongs here,but just for the record,I've checked out the Lost Wackys section of lostwackys.com and found out that,between ANS1 and ANS4,there's a few finished stickers that haven't been released-yet.Here's what they are:ANS1:Bacteria(the modern product,not the Old School one),Little Drippie Snot Cakes(which was originally intended for the lost 1992 Series before they were going to place it in here),Snot Pockets,Swansong Chicken Snot Pie and Usneeze;ANS2:Miracle Warp;ANS3:Honka Picky Stix and ANS4:Cream of Meat,Erbal Essence and Vile.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 24, 2015, 04:10:54 AM
Found some more:Stafford's Mucilage(a.k.a.Glue)(245),LePage's Mucilage(a.k.a.Glue)(481) and Folgers Classic Roast(1183).Also,between the Abrams 2nd edition of the first book and the second book,this should be included:Calendar-2009-Bonus and the same stickers as 3019-3022 in the same order.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 24, 2015, 07:11:05 PM
Once again,more! Wacky Packages All-New Series 3(1434)and 2610 should say"Rough art intended for ANS2 with different design,originally known as Boston Baked Beings".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 24, 2015, 07:20:48 PM
Two more just now!Add"with different design"to the "Rough art,etc"sections of 2397 and 2625.
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Post by: mikecho on June 24, 2015, 08:03:44 PM
One more time!"Originally intended for ANS2''(1351 and 1377) and "Originally intended for ANS4(1518 and 1526).
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Post by: mikecho on June 26, 2015, 05:41:37 PM
Just found another one! Originally intended for ANS4(1790).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on June 28, 2015, 09:12:40 PM
Done. I'm not sure it's necessary to include 'with a different design' since it's understood that things can change significantly when moving from rough to finished art, but it's there for now.

2015 series goes in tomorrow.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on June 29, 2015, 11:20:52 AM
Ok Mike, 2015 main series is on the spreadsheet - do your magic and fill in the missing products and expand others!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: paste_anyplace on June 29, 2015, 09:00:53 PM
I would advise caution in taking the information on lostwackys.com as gospel. Rusty lists "Erbal Essence" and "Vile" as lost titles, based on their appearance on a preliminary checklist. They were misspelled though.

"Erbal Essence" was actually "Verbal Essence" and I don't believe it ever got past the rough or preliminary pencils stage; it was a George Wright concept so you could check with him. (also, I seem to recall that George's "Miracle Warp" was an audition piece rather than a title that Topps commissioned--he would have to confirm.)

"Vile" was a misspelling of "Vise" which was painted for ANS4 but held over to ANS5--this I'm sure of because Vise was my gag.

I don't know if this belongs here,but just for the record,I've checked out the Lost Wackys section of lostwackys.com and found out that,between ANS1 and ANS4,there's a few finished stickers that haven't been released-yet.Here's what they are:ANS1:Bacteria(the modern product,not the Old School one),Little Drippie Snot Cakes(which was originally intended for the lost 1992 Series before they were going to place it in here),Snot Pockets,Swansong Chicken Snot Pie and Usneeze;ANS2:Miracle Warp;ANS3:Honka Picky Stix and ANS4:Cream of Meat,Erbal Essence and Vile.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 01, 2015, 06:13:46 PM
Fred,thanks for the info.I didn't know about any of this-until now.Now I've got another question for you regarding the feedback I sent you about your article"Wacky Packages:The Lost 1992 Series":did you save what I sent you and put it in a safe place? I'd like to know so that I know whether to save the list I made or throw it away.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 02, 2015, 03:29:18 PM
OK,here's the additions and corrections!First,the subsets:Crazy Collectibles(3355-3359),Batty Baseball(3360-3369)and Coming Soon(3370-3374).Next,multiple products/product names:Ajax Cleanser(130,875 & 1548)and Ajax Laundry Soap(3365),Ronzoni Shells(156 & 3061),Ronzoni Rigatoni(1549)and Ronzoni Bow Ties(3325),Fritos Corn Chips(212 & 3286),Reebok Sneakers(1101),Skechers Sneakers(1914)and New Balance Sneakers(3282),Duracell Coppertop(1219 & 3287)and Aunt Jemima Pancake Mix(1470)and Aunt Jemima Pancake Syrup(3275).Next,the Abrams products:2009(3019-3022) and 2010 Calendar(3027-3030).Finally,the older products:Originally intended for ANS4(1527) and Duck Dynasty:Season 4(3207).I'll be back with the rest of the ones for 2015 Season 1 later.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on July 02, 2015, 07:12:05 PM
OK,here's the additions and corrections!First,the subsets:Crazy Collectibles(3355-3359),Batty Baseball(3360-3369)and Coming Soon(3370-3374).
that's debatable, as those 'subsets' were only indicated in the pre-sell info. But none of that is identified or called out that way within the actual set itself.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 03, 2015, 08:08:41 AM
Oh,alright.I thought that the subset names had been supplied by Topps,but if they weren't,then skip that addition completely.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on July 03, 2015, 09:39:30 AM
16th series Dirty Cell isn't also Duracell Coppertop?

Abrams 1st editions came out in 2008, didn't they?

Calendar came out in late 2009.
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Post by: sco(o)t on July 03, 2015, 11:04:25 AM
Oh,alright.I thought that the subset names had been supplied by Topps,but if they weren't,then skip that addition completely.

Yes and no... in the early product releases, these subsets where mentioned by Topps, but when the set was released, the subset titles were just included into, and numbered as, base set titles.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Joe G. on July 03, 2015, 11:30:35 AM
As Patrick and Scot noted this set is unique in that it has a ton of parallels but really no subsets.  All subsets, bonus cards and lost Wackys were included in the base set.  So although cards were slated, designed and painted as parts of bonus or subsets when the set was realeased all mention of that was gone.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 03, 2015, 08:36:25 PM
Mitch,I'll gladly answer your questions.Dirtycell doesn't have "Coppertop"mentioned on it,it was the 2nd edition of the first book that came out in 2009(before the calendar)and though the calendar did come out in 2009,it was a 2010 calendar.In fact,Abrams planned to release a 2011 calendar in 2010,but it was never made.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 06, 2015, 08:47:16 PM
Finally,a's and c's Phase 2! They are:Lay's Classic Potato Chips(3272),Ocean Spray Cranberry Juice Cocktail(3273),Kraft Macaroni and Cheese(3274),Tastykake Butterscotch Krimpets(3276),Drano Max Gel(3277),Chicken of the Sea Tuna(3279),Dole Pineapple Chunks(3284),Blue Diamond Shelled Almonds(3288),Oikos Organic Greek Yogurt(3291),Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Spaghetti and Meatballs(3298),Nature Valley Oats N' Honey(3300),Air Hogs Remote Controlled Helicopter(3304),Mother's Circus Animal Cookies & Rosie the Riveter We Can Do It!(3308),Froot Loops(3310),Hunt's Tomatoes(3312),Hungry Jack Pancake Mix(3315),Orville Redenbacher's Butter Flavor Popcorn(3317),DiGiorno Frozen Pizza(3319),Finished art intended for ANS6(3320),Wacky Packages Postcards(3322),Krusteaz Frozen Pancakes(3326),Borden Whole Milk(3328),Imperial Margarine(3332),Pik-Nik Shoestring Potatoes(3333),Kraft Singles(3335),Big Nate Strikes Again(3337),Crayola Crayons(3338),Teen Titans Go!Appetite for Disruption(3343),My Little Pony-Pinkie Pie(3344),Build-A-Bear Workshop(3347),Funko Pop!(Bobblehead)(3350),Mip(Self-Balancing Robot)(3351),Flutterbye(3354),Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers(3359),Ball Park Franks(3363),Folgers(3364),Also available as a foil...(3370)and The Hunger Games:Mockingjay Part II(3372).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 06, 2015, 08:53:15 PM
One mistake! Folgers is 3366,not 3364.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 06, 2015, 08:56:45 PM
Another boo-boo! For the Abrams calendar,it should say "2010 Calendar"and "2009",respectively.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 12, 2015, 11:28:13 AM
Again,more a's and c's!Minute Rice Long Grain(106),Stafford's Mucilage(Glue)(245),Original art had purple Creeps instead of yellow ones(1254),Exclusive with Binder(1443)-notes & (1723)-subset,Hostess Apple Fruit Pie(2862),Came with Osaka Popstar and the American Legends of Punk CD(in specially marked copies with Wacky Packages logo sticker on the outside)(3031),Duck Dynasty:Season 4(3207),Hostess Donettes(3307),Beanie Babies(3355)and ...(unused as an insert)(3314 & 3316).
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Post by: mikecho on July 12, 2015, 11:45:32 AM
Oops!3031 should say "in specially marked first pressing copies".
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Post by: mikecho on July 12, 2015, 12:14:50 PM
Here we go again! Nature Valley Oats N' Honey Crunchy Granola Bars(3300),Originally intended for Postcards 7(3322) and Originally intended for Postcards 9(3277 & 3324).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 12, 2015, 01:44:37 PM
More again! Postcards(2003,2016 & 2837-3014) & Halloween Postcards 09-Halloween Postcards 13(double-spaced on these)(2861-2864,2892-2905,2923-2939,2960-2978 & 2994-3014).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 12, 2015, 06:38:49 PM
And again! Tang Breakfast Drink Mix-Orange(199 & 1499),Goodman's Noodles(264) and Gerber Finger Foods Macaroni and Cheese Dinner-2nd Foods(1612).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 13, 2015, 08:38:52 PM
There's a few more special Wackys I've found that I'd like to have your opinion on for possible inclusion in the Master List:Upchuck's Barf Stew(real name unknown;does it even exist in real life?)1999 Wacky Packages Reunion(Gibson greeting card from the Philly Non-Sports Card Show),Canine Camera(Canon Camera)promo card(year unknown to me),Ironed Man(Iron Man)promo card(2012 Philly Non-Sports Card Show;originally intended for ANS8 in the subset Wacky Packages Go to the Movies)and Fantastink(Fantastik Oxy Power Multi-Purpose Cleaner)promo card(2012? Philly-Non-Sport Card Show).Please let me know what you think on this matter.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 13, 2015, 08:44:22 PM
Here's one I missed:Nature Valley Crunchy Granola Bars(1528).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 14, 2015, 02:08:33 PM
I forgot to put this into my last post.Do you think that the new Wacky Cereal cards(including the new Cap'n Crunch Wacky)should be put in the Master List as well? Again, please let me know.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 17, 2015, 02:47:37 PM
Here's one I just discovered while looking at the Wacky Wednesday page on CollectingCandy.com:Regal Crown Sour Cherry(565).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 18, 2015, 12:55:47 PM
Some more! Luvs Diapers(1028),Intended for lost 1992 series with different art(1156),Included with 3 copies of...(3062)and Pop Chips Sour Cream and Onion Potato(3331).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 18, 2015, 01:31:51 PM
Big mistake! Kill the change to 1156 and add this instead:Sneakers/Fright Castle/Go-Dirt   ANS1     2004    Promo     Published with certain magazines and comic books from DC Comics with different art for Fright Castle
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 18, 2015, 07:29:10 PM
One more! Guitar Zero:World Tour(1740).
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Post by: mikecho on July 18, 2015, 07:53:13 PM
Last one(as far as I can see)! Fisher-Price Toys(399).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 19, 2015, 05:32:56 AM
Another one after all! Cracker Barrel Extra Sharp Cheese(1388).
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Post by: mikecho on July 19, 2015, 05:41:33 AM
Forgot to add this one to the last one:Cracker Barrel(Restaurant)(2087).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on July 19, 2015, 11:32:41 AM
Thanks for all the updates, Mike. I'm going to pass on "Halloween Postcards 09-Halloween Postcards 13(double-spaced on these)" - I prefer to have the field sort based on 'Postcards'.

In general like your modifications but sometimes I worry that we're getting too detailed in the real product names. I want it to sort easily and find the same or similar products that have been repeatedly spoofed.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on July 19, 2015, 12:29:06 PM
I also added the non-Topps items you listed as well as the recent campaign posters/postcards. I suppose if we're opening the vaults I should add the infamous Lost Wackys too? Not sure where to draw the line, though.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 19, 2015, 06:27:03 PM
   An excellent job;thank you! Only one tiny flaw-3410 should be Wacky Halloween Postcards. The main reason I've been so detailed in real product names-especially the older and more obscure ones- is  because most people,including the young children that Wackys are mostly made for,might not know what many of these things are,and I think that this list should be as clear as possible...but that's just me.  As far as what goes into it,it should be only what is officially published,I think. Finally,you forgot to put in the new Wacky Cereal cards,including Decapitatin' Crunch.Just saying.                                                                                                                                                                               
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 20, 2015, 01:18:03 PM
And...more!Minute Rice Long Grain(106,the same as 2287),Nutter Butter(1181),Ocean Spray 100% Juice-Cranberry Blend(1223),Vicks VapoRub(1393),Downy Dryer Sheets(1423),Ocean Spray Cranberry Juice Cocktail(2146),Avengers(2156),change Butter Flavor Popcorn to Microwave Popcorn(3318),spell right as Margarine(3333),2009 Philly Non-Sports Card Show(3407)and ...self-produced as part of...(3408). By the way,did you ever notice that the two parodies of Ocean Spray Cranberry Juice Cocktail-Ocean Slay and Ocean Prey-have a great white shark theme?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 29, 2015, 11:26:03 AM
Back with more!Esquire Brown Boot Polish(216),(Ink)(375),Nestea Cool Iced Tea(1225),Quaker Instant Oatmeal-Cinnamon & Spice(1437),Exclusive with Binder(1724)(this should be placed in the Subset section as written here and the one in the Notes section removed),Ocean Spray Cran-Raspberry(1882) and Philly Non-Sports Card Show(3407).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 29, 2015, 05:13:11 PM
Mitch,it took me a while to figure out that you were talking about the fan-made Lost Wackys.Yes, I think that they should be included,if only for the fact that they were made and thus part of Wacky Packages' history, if nothing else.I've also got another suggestion I'd like to put out to the Forum. There were two other Wacky sets that were never done.One was a 5th Rerun Series for 1980 and the other was the Wacky Cereals for ANS11.I think you could find a place for them;just mention that the former was planned but never released and the latter was announced but never released.After that,this is where the line is drawn.Does anybody have any opinions either for or against?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 29, 2015, 05:48:28 PM
I forgot to add Jay Lynch's X-Plus Wackys to the possible inclusions(at least,I think that's what they're called).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 29, 2015, 05:55:12 PM
Another one!Blue Bonnet Margarine(198).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on July 30, 2015, 07:28:43 AM
Mike - I'm leaving the 'Binder' subset entry as is, I like having a one-word subset description and a note entry.

I agree with you regarding the Lost Wackys since they contain commissioned Topps artwork. I'll add those.

There is no way in hell I'm adding Rusty's X-Packs, they are an abomination of classic Wackys and deserve no further promotion.

I'd also rather not include items that were planned and not released, that's the line for me.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 30, 2015, 11:49:27 AM
Okay,thank you for telling me about all this.I'm glad that we're able to talk nicely and come to an consensus.Sorry about mentioning Jay Lynch in connection with the X-Packs;I had no idea he had nothing to do with them,or that they were so widely disliked.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 30, 2015, 12:04:49 PM
Both of us made mistakes here.198 is spelled ''Margarine" and 1791 should say "Rough art intended for ANS4".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 30, 2015, 04:35:00 PM
More a's and c's!Breakfast Drink Mix(199),Binder(1444),Jack Link's Teriyaki Beef Jerky(1993),2008(3020-3023) and Chips Ahoy!(3298).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on July 30, 2015, 04:45:17 PM
Okay,thank you for telling me about all this.I'm glad that we're able to talk nicely and come to an consensus.Sorry about mentioning Jay Lynch in connection with the X-Packs;I had no idea he had nothing to do with them,or that they were so widely disliked.
IIRC, Jay did paint the art for those, on commission, but was not involved in any way in the creation of the card sets
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: bigtomi on July 30, 2015, 04:45:52 PM
Sorry about mentioning Jay Lynch in connection with the X-Packs;I had no idea he had nothing to do with them,or that they were so widely disliked.
I believe Jay DID have something to do with them, actually. I would say they are generally disliked. No reflection on Jay, though, as I suspect he just created what was asked of him...
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on July 30, 2015, 09:06:39 PM
Are you sure the 2nd edition of Abrams came out in 2008? I think the year in the book is 2009.

And, Mike, no worries. I really appreciate all your corrections and additions. But the X Packs thing really gets my goat, it's the opposite of what Wackys are about.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 31, 2015, 08:48:04 PM
A couple more here!Exclusive with Binder(1444) and the Wacky name for 1926 should be Words with Fiends. As far as the 2nd edition of Abrams 1 is concerned,I checked it out on Greg's site and got some release dates.The 1st edition came out on 4-30-2008 and the 2nd one on 10-08(it didn't give the date of the day,unfortunately.)Hope that helps.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 03, 2015, 12:17:39 PM
I made a mistake in my last post;it should've said 10-2008.Anyway, here's some more a's and c's:Downy Fabric Softener,Bonus(in Subset section)(1444),Announced but never made(2172 & 2174),Released as Jurassic World(2176),(Non-Sports Card Show)(2604),Released as Terminator:Genisys(3372) and 3 possibles:The Clodfather(?)(3428),Irvings Soap(?)(3435) and Tushie Roll(?)(3445).However,if the last three are not that way on the checklist(if any)please ignore them.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on August 04, 2015, 08:24:02 AM
"Deadpool" is coming out next year. "Stretch Armstrong" is still in development.

I still need to do significant work on the Lost series entries but I've been too busy, I'll get to it later this month.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 11, 2015, 06:42:39 PM
First,more a's!Pulled at some point and never replaced(156),Rold Gold Pretzels(1984) and Nestle Crunch King Size(2284).Second,I found out which of the 1973 Wacky Posters were done by Tom Sutton.They are #6,#12,#13,#21,#23 and #24.The rest were done by Norm Saunders.The reason for this info is since these posters have different designs than the modern ones,I think this should be mentioned.Third,as far as Rold Cold(1984) is concerned,I actually don't whether the art I mentioned for it was rough or finished. Can anyone help out on this?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 11, 2015, 06:48:00 PM
I forgot to mention that I've written down all the info on the Lost Wackys that haven't been published yet.Since you're busy and it's a little too much to type up here,I'll mail it to you a.s.a.p..
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on August 16, 2015, 02:52:09 PM
I question Nestle Crunch King Size(2284) - this was pulled from the 5th series, right? I don't think that variation existed at the time.

I've just got back from vacation and received your list in the mail, I'll get to it this week, thanks!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on August 16, 2015, 03:15:10 PM
I question Nestle Crunch King Size(2284) - this was pulled from the 5th series, right? I don't think that variation existed at the time.

I've just got back from vacation and received your list in the mail, I'll get to it this week, thanks!
Jason found a matching wrapper for it not too long ago that seems to back up that variation back in the early 70's

http://www.collectingcandy.com/wordpress/?p=8339

(http://www.collectingcandy.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/CC_Nastee-Nestlee-comparison.jpg)
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 17, 2015, 01:31:06 PM
I was looking at Jason's Wacky Wednesdays articles and found something interesting-283 is Pom Poms,not Dum Dums.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 17, 2015, 01:36:18 PM
Another boo-boo! 156 should say "Pulled at some point...".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on August 17, 2015, 06:27:27 PM
Good catch on the Pom Poms! That's a long-standing error, I got the original series notes from Greg's old site.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 18, 2015, 09:58:00 AM
Thanks a lot! I also found out in Jason's article that Pom Poms are still around today,but now they're called Junior Caramels.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 18, 2015, 06:38:12 PM
I've got a question. I saw something that said Toadal was going to originally be a sticker in one of the 1973 series before it became a poster. Can anyone confirm or deny this? Also,I think that the rest of the 1970s posters should say ''Repainted by Norm Saunders"so that that section will be complete.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: bigtomi on August 18, 2015, 08:11:54 PM
I've got a question. I saw something that said Toadal was going to originally be a sticker in one of the 1973 series before it became a poster. Can anyone confirm or deny this?
I'd say confirmed.
Quote from: wackypackages.org
The famous Toadal poster was also a title intended for this [8th] series, however it was already cease-and-desisted due to its release in the 1973 poster series. So it was pulled before production and replaced with Bone Ami which was not originally intended for this series. This information comes from Jay Lynch's list of the titles originally slated for the 8th series.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 19, 2015, 01:44:23 PM
OK,next question. If Bone Ami wasn't meant for the 8th series,which one was it meant for?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: bigtomi on August 19, 2015, 04:05:55 PM
OK,next question. If Bone Ami wasn't meant for the 8th series,which one was it meant for?
Sorry, don't know. Anyone?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 21, 2015, 08:18:35 PM
A few corrections here! "Painted..."and "then later...''(587),"Repainted..."(588),Nestle's Crunch(1473 & 2963)[please tell me if I'm wrong about these two],The Avengers(2156)[I was right the first time on this one] and "1999 Philly Non-Sports Card Show"(3406).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on August 22, 2015, 11:51:27 AM
OK,next question. If Bone Ami wasn't meant for the 8th series,which one was it meant for?
it may just be that topps needed to fill in the gap and commissioned another piece during production, meaning it was always part of the 8th, just a late addition.

unless some proof sheets show up indicating otherwise, I think this is most likely
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on August 22, 2015, 12:01:57 PM
A few corrections here! "Painted..."and "then later...''(587),"Repainted..."(588).
I think all of the posters should simply say 'painted', not 'repainted', as these are all entirely new renditions of the gag, at a completely different size and not replacement art for stickers.

and with Toadal, I don't feel it should say 'originally intended for 8th series', just 'intended for 8th series'. There are 4 other titles that came out in the poster set prior to showing up in the 8th series. this one just happened to get C&D'd before getting there.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on August 22, 2015, 06:19:16 PM
Nestle Crunch - I think the distinction is correct. The product was called "Nestle's Crunch" in the 70s and by 2007 when it was next parodied it became "Nestle Crunch".

I use 'repainted' to indicate a new gag. I could also just add a (Poster version) suffix for the gag title.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 23, 2015, 05:02:02 PM
Mitch,do you think you should put the Wacky Patches in the Master Spreadsheet? They seem to have been a major item back in the day.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 23, 2015, 05:18:38 PM
Also,how about the Wacky Packages Tattoos? After all,the first six tattoos in OLDS5 were made for that set,but never released-until now. Finally,I forgot to mention that my last post includes the test patches(however many there were).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on August 24, 2015, 08:21:08 AM
Hm, original patches and tattoos. I'm on the fence, what does anyone else think?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: RawGoo on August 24, 2015, 03:08:30 PM
I never saw either back in the day, so I pass.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 24, 2015, 10:36:53 PM
Rusty's site has sections on both the tattoos and patches.That should probably tell you much of what you need to know.Also,I just thought of something else that could be put in the spreadsheet-the 1986 Album Series,which was made but never released-i.e.,the stickers were finished and ready to go but never saw the light of day.As far as I know,Topps only had stickers-there's no known album for them.Again,lostwackys.com has a page telling all about them.You can do with this info as you wish-I just figured that these are part of Wackys history and should be listed as well.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 25, 2015, 02:14:10 PM
I just found out Greg's site also has articles on the 1986 Album Series and the tattoos,but sadly not the patches.Plus,the tattoos and patches both came out in 1974.These two,along with the 1970's posters,were most likely the major spin-offs of the OS stickers
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: bigtomi on August 25, 2015, 02:58:04 PM
the 1986 Album Series,which was made but never released-i.e.,the stickers were finished and ready to go but never saw the light of day.
Not sure what you mean by this. Many of us have sets and/or boxes of '86 album stickers. You're right about the album itself, though.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 25, 2015, 05:10:40 PM
From what I have seen on the two sites,it never made it to stores.Also,there was no checklist for this series,too.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 03, 2015, 01:25:50 PM
More a's and c's! SnackWells(3294),"then intended...''(587),"...instead of yellow ones"(1255)and "Rough or finished art..."(1822).Also,I didn't get to look at 1822 and 1984 on lostwackys.com,so if anyone can tell Mitch whether they were rough or finished art,that would be a big help.(Almost forgot:they're Maximum Security and Rold Cold.)
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 06, 2015, 05:40:59 PM
Again,more! Wilkinson Sword Razor Blades(517),Ponds Cold Cream(528),Reed's Butter Scotch(553),Pee-Wee's Funhouse-Pee-Wee Herman(1122),Doritos Nacho Cheese(1232),Castrol Motor Oil(1242),Fresh Step Cat Litter(1248),Pop Secret Popping Corn(1253),Sunkist Orange(1270 & 2157),Eggo Buttermilk Toaster Waffles(1346),Kingsford Charcoal(1355),Miracle-Gro Plant Food(1367),Fanta Orange(1421),Vlasic Kosher Dill Spears(Pickles)(1427),Dubble Bubble(1433,2138 & 3369),Doritos Cool Ranch(1668),Miracle-Gro Potting Mix(1888) and SnackWell's(3294). On the last one,the previous post is wrong;this is how it's written.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 06, 2015, 05:49:47 PM
Just found two more:Orville Redenbacher's Gourmet Popping Corn(3170) and Orville Redenbacher's Microwave Gourmet Popping Corn-Butter(3318).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 06, 2015, 07:45:28 PM
Again,more!Pedigree Champ Dog Food(1058),Parkay Margarine(1596),"Rough art intended for ANS4;originally known as Cryola Crayons"(1598),"Rough art intended for ANS2"(1681) and "Rough art intended for ANS3"(1683).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on September 11, 2015, 10:36:00 AM
Mike - I've done the latest round of updates, including the Lost Wacky info you mailed me. Much appreciated!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 12, 2015, 06:56:04 PM
Got two more I just discovered! Spic and Span(161)in the Real Product section and MySpace(1397 & 2039).Now,is the second one right or not?Please let me know.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on September 13, 2015, 05:16:37 AM
Hm, MySpace is now Myspace, but it's not clear when that change occurred. Anyone know?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: bigtomi on September 13, 2015, 08:19:49 AM
Hm, MySpace is now Myspace, but it's not clear when that change occurred. Anyone know?
Anyone care? Website address names are not case sensitive, anyway. If you type in MySpace.com or Myspace.com, you'll go to the same site. Mixed case names are strictly for the readability to humans; browsers and DNS (domain name servers) translate to all lower case.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 13, 2015, 10:18:05 AM
Forgot to ask-are you going to put in the Wacky Packages Tattoos and the Wacky Patches(both 1974)as requested on previous posts? Remember,the first six of the tattoos from OLDS5 were intended for the '74 tattoos but never released until now. And they,along with the '73-'74 posters,were the major spin-offs of the stickers. Finally,lostwackys.com has the info on both releases. Oh,almost forgot-the 1986 Album Series should be considered,too.Again,lostwackys.com has the scoop on that,too-and Greg's site mentions only the album series and the tattoos(but not the patches,sadly).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 13, 2015, 04:55:59 PM
Found another one-Dentyne Dynamints(524).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 13, 2015, 04:58:53 PM
Also,161 should be written as Spic and Span.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 16, 2015, 08:50:40 AM
More again! The Real Ghostbusters Cereal (1118),Rough art intended for ANS2(1578),M & M's Milk Chocolate(1869),B-B-Bats Artificial Strawberry(2453) and M & M's Plain(2505).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on September 16, 2015, 03:34:13 PM
M&M's Chocolate vs M&M's Plain - aren't they the same?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 16, 2015, 09:39:31 PM
In the 1970s,it was called Plain.It wasn't until recently that it was changed to Milk Chocolate.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 16, 2015, 10:05:58 PM
I just realized that it should be Milk Chocolate M & M's and Plain M & M's.I got it reversed! Also,I've got a great idea! What about putting 2015 Series 1's terms Crazy Collectables,Batty Baseball and Coming Soon in quotation marks,i.e.,"Crazy Collectables","Batty Baseball"and "Coming Soon"? That way,you can keep them in the base stickers and yet acknowledge that they were originally going to be subsets.What do you think?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 16, 2015, 10:13:28 PM
By the way,the former "subsets"are 3356-3360,3361-3370 and 3371-3375,respectively.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 17, 2015, 04:32:18 PM
I don't mean to harp or like harping on this,but is anything going to be done about the 1974 tattoos and patches?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on September 18, 2015, 06:02:49 AM
I'll get to it eventually.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 20, 2015, 02:25:36 PM
Thanks for telling me;I was beginning to worry.Do you have the lists for both of them or can I get them for you off of Rusty's site?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 24, 2015, 10:30:49 PM
Got some more! Ruffles Original(1700 & 3365)and "then intended for 8th Series"(587).Also,I've got two questions.First,was the foil version of Bunions(3371)a sticker or a card? I think this should be mentioned.Second,which flavor of Funny Face was being parodied as Runny Face(3464)?I know all the flavors' names,so if you could show me a picture of it,I could tell you and then you could put it in.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: RawGoo on September 25, 2015, 03:46:42 AM
Got some more! Ruffles Original(1700 & 3365)and "then intended for 8th Series"(587).Also,I've got two questions.First,was the foil version of Bunions(3371)a sticker or a card? I think this should be mentioned.Second,which flavor of Funny Face was being parodied as Runny Face(3464)?I know all the flavors' names,so if you could show me a picture of it,I could tell you and then you could put it in.

Bunions (3371) foil is a card.  Runny Face (3464) was grape flavor.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 25, 2015, 03:20:20 PM
Thanks,RawGoo! That means that 3464 should be Funny Face-Goofy Grape.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 26, 2015, 01:59:47 PM
Also,2290 should say "Intended for Posters and meant to replace Hurtz Tomato Ketchup".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on September 26, 2015, 03:02:47 PM
Also,2290 should say "Intended for Posters and meant to replace Hurtz Tomato Ketchup".
I always took this to be the opposite. That Hurtz replaced Taster's Choke before the posters even went to print.

I did notice that 1544 Gadzooka should state Poster Version
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 29, 2015, 03:27:16 PM
According to lostwackys.com,Taster's Choke was intended to replace Hurtz Tomato Ketchup(no.16),but was C-and-D'd at Heinz's request. Sorry it took so long to get this info,but the site was off my computer for awhile and I couldn't bring it up.Hope this helps.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 29, 2015, 04:12:14 PM
Got more a's and c's,this time on pulled OS stickers.Run Tony Shells(156)was replaced with Chicken Fat,Mess Clairoil(195)did replace Choke Wagon,but was a short print,while Chef Girl-Ar-Dee(206) was the long print replacement for the same sticker,Mold Rush(251)replaced Truant,Sugar Daffy(254)replaced Run-A-Way,Big Muc(284)was pulled late in the run and replaced by Boozo,Pupsi-Cola (376)was replaced by Life Servers,and two stickers-Sleepy(415)and Creep(461)may have been pulled as well.To confirm this info,go to Greg Grant's site,click on Basic Information,and then click on Short/Long Print Information on all original series.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 03, 2015, 05:53:37 PM
More again! PG Tips Tea Bags(1052),Ellio's Frozen Pizza(1182 & 1170) and San Diego Comic Con(1307,1388,1469,1664,2393 & 2605).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on October 11, 2015, 01:16:41 PM
Nope, it's officially "Comic-Con", dash included.

I've updated the latest batch as well as the 1974 patches and tat's. Rusty's site says there were 12 patches in the set but he lists 13?

I was thinking of resequencing the list in chronological order, with perhaps an exception to keep some categories together (original series, ANS, postcards, other). Thoughts?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on October 11, 2015, 04:34:39 PM
Mess Clairoil(195)did replace Choke Wagon,but was a short print,while Chef Girl-Ar-Dee(206) was the long print replacement for the same sticker
that's not quite right. If you go by how the Sheets changed (and not the checklist), it's the following:
Bum Chex was replaced by Chef Girl-Ar-Dee for a very short time and then was replaced by Mess Clairoil.
Choke Wagon was replaced by Hipton for a very short time and then was replaced by Windhex.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 11, 2015, 05:52:51 PM
Thanks,F and S,for pointing out the changes to Choke Wagon and Bum Chex. Greg's site reversed the first two changes on the former and never even mentioned Hipton on the latter. I just thought of another one-2639-2644 should be listed somewhere with"Originally intended for 1974 Tattoos".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 11, 2015, 08:12:47 PM
I think I've solved the Wacky Patches numbering mystery.There were seven test patches-Mrs. Klean,Glutton,Weakies,Botch Tape,Plastered Peanuts,Sicken of the Sea and Paul Maul-that were only released in various test sets and never made it to the regular twelve-patch set.Therefore,Glutton is the odd man out.(I think that these test patches-and their variations(as well as any other test patch variations on any and all that made it to the regular set)should be included as well.See Rusty's site for this.)Also,Rusty mentioned a Vile Soap"mystery patch"that no one seems to know anything about.Should it be included,or what?Finally,the 1986 Album Series-which was made,but never released to stores and for which no album or checklist is known to exist-should be included also.Again,see Greg's and/or Rusty's sites for more information on it.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on October 11, 2015, 08:54:50 PM
the 1986 Album Series-which was made,but never released to stores and for which no album or checklist is known to exist-
a number of pages of proofs for the 86 album were auctioned by toppsvault, but never a completed book.
not sure what to do with that info though.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 13, 2015, 12:29:19 PM
Here's some more! American third version(2173-this one goes in the Notes section) and Fabreze(3443).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 13, 2015, 07:37:11 PM
More again! "...with Minute Lice image"(2675)and "...originally known as Homely Bunches of Goats both times"(2980).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 14, 2015, 01:14:59 PM
Just found one-Febreze(1684). 3443 was spelled right,but 1684 wasn't.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 14, 2015, 01:19:10 PM
In order to make sense,2173 should say"American third version".Also,add to it"(2014)".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 28, 2015, 05:02:57 AM
More again! "Possibly pulled at some point;replacement unknown"(415 & 461),Rough art originally done in the 1970s with different design(1511),Rough art originally done in the 1970s,originally known as Hostile Pinkies(1687)Ruffles Original Potato Chips(1700 & 3365),Rough art intended for ANS4(1800),American third version(2014)(2173),Rough art intended for ANS6(2854) and Rough art intended for ANS5 with different design(3285).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 28, 2015, 05:29:30 AM
Just found another one. Add to 3462 "rough art originally done in the 1970s".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 27, 2015, 09:25:32 PM
Here's more! Hipton Tea Bags(194),3 Wacky Packages Comic #4s(3063)and CRUST both times-dark blue in the light blue border and light blue in the dark blue border(3561).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on November 28, 2015, 11:29:12 AM
Not following you with that last one about Crust, can you restate what the complete text should say?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 28, 2015, 03:55:45 PM
Sorry it wasn't all that clear;it should say "the blues are reversed in the word CRUST both times-dark blue in the light blue one and light blue in the dark blue one".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 03, 2015, 08:41:56 PM
Corrections this time! Kretschner Wheat Germ(449),Pond's Cold Cream(528) and Neopets(1339).Also,the period at the end of the sentence in the Notes section of 3561 needs to be removed.Finally,is Dr. Scholl's spelled right in 1043 and 1908 in the Real Product section?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on December 03, 2015, 09:20:38 PM
Not following you with that last one about Crust, can you restate what the complete text should say?
after looking at the patches on Rusty's page,
the patch with the light blue border has the letters 'rust' in the same alternating pattern as the sticker (dark, light, dark, light)
the patch with the dark blue border has the letters 'rust' in the opposite (wrong) alternating pattern (light, dark, light, dark)

maybe:
Came with either a light blue or dark blue border. The blues in the word CRUST alternate light/dark/light/dark for the dark border patch and dark/light/dark/light for the light border patch  (the latter matches the sticker)
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 07, 2015, 10:15:27 PM
More again! Colt .45 Malt Liquor(434),Eight O' Clock Coffee(1517),Wonder Whole Wheat Bread(1597),The name of this sticker was originally going to be used for Dr.Ono(1607),Borden Vitamin D Milk(1678),Lunchables Ham and Cheese(1896)Awful Apps(First Series)(1918-1927),Awful Apps(Second Series)(2035-2044) and Wonder 100% Whole Wheat(2868).Also,2862-2865,2893-2906,2924-2940,2961-2979 and 2995-3015 should be Halloween Postcards(so as to be clear about it)and 3266-3405 should be 2015(I saw a pack at a local Dollar Tree,and it didn't say "Series 1" on it).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on December 08, 2015, 11:29:17 AM
Ok, all processed but I'm not changing 'Awful Apps', they're a subset of ANS9 and ANS10, there's no confusion.

Not changing the Halloween Postcard designation, I don't want the series names to get too large.

The 2014 checklist doesn't indicate Series 1 either, I vote we remove the 'S1' designation from both 2014 and 2015.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 08, 2015, 07:58:32 PM
I agree,let's take S1 off of both 2014 and 2015.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 08, 2015, 08:56:42 PM
Just noticed some more! Reese's Peanut Butter Cup(441),Borden Vitamin D Milk(3329) and Kraft Singles Sharp Cheddar(3336).Also,3561 should be changed from my version to Fanatical_and_Sickly's version.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on December 08, 2015, 09:13:27 PM
Ok, all processed but I'm not changing 'Awful Apps', they're a subset of ANS9 and ANS10, there's no confusion.

Not changing the Halloween Postcard designation, I don't want the series names to get too large.

The 2014 checklist doesn't indicate Series 1 either, I vote we remove the 'S1' designation from both 2014 and 2015.
my 2Ę
While not on the front of the wrapper, the text on the back of both the 2014 and 2015 wrappers in the description for the second chance card giveaway states 'Series 1' twice in the description.
And while not on the checklist title, the labels that are placed on the printing plates do state 'Series 1'
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Jean Nutty on December 09, 2015, 03:54:56 PM

This thread amazes me.

Really. No joke.

I thought I paid attention to detail.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 13, 2015, 04:14:06 PM
More for the road! Add (see Posters below) to the Notes (336) and remove "1" from Flashback 1 (2220-2306).Also,change "Postcards HW" to "HW Postcards",as it'll make more sense,I think.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 17, 2015, 08:08:54 PM
How about possibly adding the 2015 Halloween Pack 'O Fun cereal parodies-Frank 'N Bratty,Count Croakula,Boo Boo Beary,Zoot Brute and Dummy Mummy?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 05, 2016, 10:52:52 PM
I just found out Canine(Canon)wasn't the only Neil Camera "Camera Wacky" card! There was also Olumpuss (Olympus),Nikong Chimpix (Nikon something,I don't know what the next part is),Polvarized (Polaroid),Pentux (another one I don't know),Stoney (Sony),Visitar (I don't know this one,either) and two film spoofs-Fudjifilm (Fujifilm) and Kodork Uglymug (Kodak something,I don't know what the next part of this one is,also).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 11, 2016, 08:36:54 PM
I just got the real names for the Wacky Camera cards I didn't know-Nikon Coolpix,Pentax,Vivitar and Kodak Chromafilm.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on January 16, 2016, 09:11:00 AM
Ok, updated the Camera holiday cards and the 2015 Pack O' Fun.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 24, 2016, 09:23:09 PM
Great! Now remove the word "Camera" from both Canine and Canon. Also,some more a's and c's-add "Vitamins" to the end of Notes in 254,Goldfish Original(1141),Lunchables Cracker Snackers-Ham and American(1253),Milk-Bone Medium(1366),Rough art intended for ANS3,originally going to be Ajinx Bleach(1549),Rough art intended for ANS6,originally known as Sinnamon Roast Crunch(1698),ArmorAll Wash and Wax(1706),Snausages in a Blanket(1713),Hostess SuzyQ's(1714),Goldfish Cheddar(1781),Dairy Queen Blizzard(1866),Lunchables Ham and American(1896),;same product as ANS6 and ANS9 but different design(2087) and Goldfish Original(3319).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 24, 2016, 09:25:32 PM
Forgot one more:Milk-Bone Flavor Snacks(3282).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 26, 2016, 07:33:37 PM
Just found some more! Scotch Magic Transparent Tape(478),Transformers-Optimus Prime:Autobot(1573),Frosted Mini-Wheats Bite Size(1586),Scotch Magic Tape(1622) and Aquaman:Master of the Sea(3223).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on January 27, 2016, 06:06:30 AM
This one

same product as ANS6 and ANS9 but different design(2087)

I'm unsure of. The billboard is "Windy's Burgers" which differentiates it from "Wendy's" in ANS6 and ANS9.

Also, is Goldfish Original different than Goldfish Cheddar?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 27, 2016, 10:42:48 PM
Since they're all spoofs of Wendy's,the note should be added. And yes,there are different varieties of Goldfish crackers,such as Original,Cheddar,Pretzel,etc.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 27, 2016, 11:09:55 PM
Just found a goof-295 should be Domino Dots Sugar Cubes. Also,in order to make sense,all the Halloween Postcards should say HW Postcards 09,10,11,12 and 13.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 28, 2016, 10:58:58 PM
Here's more! Repeat from 12th series with very slight alterations(875),Pez Candy Dispenser(1100 & 1580),Fantastik Oxy Power(1625),Dr. Scholl's Massaging Gels(1908),Goldfish Cheddar(2094),Frosted Mini-Wheats Bite Size(2108) and Sunkist Orange(3262).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 29, 2016, 01:56:02 PM
Another one! Pulled at some point and replaced with Poor Foolball(167).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on January 29, 2016, 03:29:03 PM
> the Halloween Postcards should say HW Postcards 09,10,11,12 and 13.

We disagree on this labelling. For me, the primary designation is 'Postcards' followed by a series indicator, in this case 'HW' for Halloween and 'xx' for the last two digits of the year. It makes perfect sense to me and allows for easy sorting by series so the Postcards stay together.

It's actually "Dr. Scholl's Massaging Gel Insoles".

Thanks for the corrections!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 03, 2016, 08:09:31 PM
More again! Nutri-Grain Cereal Bars(1165 & 3261),same product as ANS6 & ANS9 but different design(2087)[in the Notes section],Frosted Mini-Wheats Original(3160) and American Girl-Kirsten(3347).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 08, 2016, 10:56:17 AM
Here's some more! Pop-Tarts-Frosted Brown Sugar Cinnamon(1160),Pop-Tarts-Blueberry(1776),Pop-Tarts-Wild Berry(2003),Pop-Tarts-Chocolate Chip(3175),Pop-Tarts-Frosted Strawberry(3300) and Nature Valley Crunchy Granola Bars-Oats n' Honey(3301).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 08, 2016, 07:32:39 PM
More again! Pulled at some point;was supposed to be replaced by Mixwell Hearse but never was(82) and Lunchables Ham and Cheddar Cheese(1896).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 18, 2016, 05:51:01 PM
Forgot this one! At the end of the one for 82,include this:(see Non-Topps 2005 below).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 18, 2016, 06:25:30 PM
Just found another one! rough art intended for ANS4(3408). This goes at the end of this one's Notes section.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 18, 2016, 07:08:56 PM
More,more,more! Minute Maid Frozen Orange Juice(129,1592 & 2098),Minute Maid Orange Juice(1269) and Welch's Frozen Grape Juice(1599).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on February 19, 2016, 02:55:01 PM
> same product as ANS6 & ANS9 but different design(2087)

I feel the "Wendy's Burgers" title is sufficient to mark this as distinct.

Thanks for pointing out the frozen juices vs the ones in cartons, a significant difference.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 19, 2016, 06:41:34 PM
You missed one by accident-Pop-Tarts-Wild Berry(2003).Also,do you think that you could put (see Non-Topps 2005 below) in the Notes section of 82? I think that where it is now might be a goof. Finally,I'm having some trouble identifying the full addition for one Wacky,and that's Flunkables(1798) from ANS8. I don't know what variety is being spoofed. If you or anyone else could help me,that would be great!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 28, 2016, 05:59:24 PM
Just found some more! Sun-Maid Seedless Raisins(9) and one I made a mistake on-Pop-Tarts-Frosted Chocolate Chip(3175).Also,no.82 should say "was supposed to be replaced by Mixwell Hearse but never was(see Non-Topps 2005[Lost 1] below)".I say this because this Note is similar to the one in no.336.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 03, 2016, 11:15:30 AM
More again! Hungry Jack Extra Lights Pancake and Waffle Mix(176),Hungry Jack Buttermilk Flaky Biscuits(232),Charmin Bathroom Tissue(451 & 1276),Ball Park Beef Franks(1326 & 1900),Kingsford Charcoal Briquets(or Briquettes,I'm not sure which)(1355),Air Wick Air Fresheners(1488),;Intended series unknown(if any)(2288 & 3019),Purina Lovin' Spoonfuls(2406),Purina Tender Vittles(2561) and "This series was never released and no album exists for it"(3587).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 03, 2016, 11:29:46 AM
I've found another Wacky product that I think should be included,but have very little information about it.This is what I have:Wacky Packages Iron-Ons ("Put-Ons") 1973-1974.Set 1(with Topps copyright)known titles: Ajerx,Camals,Fang,Grave Train,Hawaiian Punks,Jail-O and Minute Lice. Set 2(without Topps copyright)known titles: Duzn't and Vile. Anyone who can help out by knowing of any other titles in this product,please let me know.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 03, 2016, 03:16:09 PM
I've got three questions to ask about some Wackys on the Spreadsheet.First,does anyone know what the full real name of Flunkables(1798) is-specifically,the variety? Second,is it rough or finished art for Maximum Security(1822)? Third,is it rough or finished art for Rold Cold(1984)? Any help is welcome.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on March 03, 2016, 03:25:40 PM
I've got three questions to ask about some Wackys on the Spreadsheet.First,does anyone know what the full real name of Flunkables(1798) is-specifically,the variety? Second,is it rough or finished art for Maximum Security(1822)? Third,is it rough or finished art for Rold Cold(1984)? Any help is welcome.
I think every one of those pieces labeled 'rough art' in that Notes column are finished pieces.
 
for some I think the note is indicating that a 'rough' was submitted, but not accepted, for an earlier series.
for others, the art was finished, but then dropped, from an earlier series
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 03, 2016, 08:11:05 PM
I think I need to elaborate on Maximum Security and Rold Cold. When I looked them up on lostwackys.com,no picture of these two was available for viewing.Therefore,they're the only ones on the Spreadsheet that I don't know whether they were roughs or finished art. I'm looking for any confirmation as to what they are.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 03, 2016, 08:18:28 PM
Just thought of something. All the rest of the Notes on the Spreadsheet about the art were taken off of lostwackys.com and were definitely known as roughs or finished art. These two were the only ones I couldn't confirm.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 03, 2016, 10:12:49 PM
Found another one! Rough art intended for ANS4,originally known as Verbal Essence(1487).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on March 04, 2016, 05:05:03 AM
I think I need to elaborate on Maximum Security and Rold Cold. When I looked them up on lostwackys.com,no picture of these two was available for viewing.Therefore,they're the only ones on the Spreadsheet that I don't know whether they were roughs or finished art. I'm looking for any confirmation as to what they are.
im still not clear what you are asking.
I think pretty much every piece initially has a rough drawn first, which goes through approval, and then the finished art is completed once accepted.
Both those pieces are finished art, as you can see by the stickers, as well as all the others that have been given that "note" 'rough for ANS#'
Perhaps just stating "originally intended for ANS#" would be enough.
Saying there is a rough is somewhat meaningless, as they mostly all had one.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Joe G. on March 04, 2016, 09:34:05 AM
im still not clear what you are asking.
I think pretty much every piece initially has a rough drawn first, which goes through approval, and then the finished art is completed once accepted.
Both those pieces are finished art, as you can see by the stickers, as well as all the others that have been given that "note" 'rough for ANS#'
Perhaps just stating "originally intended for ANS#" would be enough.
Saying there is a rough is somewhat meaningless, as they mostly all had one.

Patrick is correct.  Every Wacky has a rough so why note it.  I think his suggestion of stating the series originally intended for is a good one.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 05, 2016, 10:15:48 AM
I meant to say about the art on lostwackys.com that the roughs that were on the Lost Wackys section were roughs that never went beyond that point,and the finished art were Wackys that were all set and ready to go,but never made it. Maximum Security and Rold Cold were two of the few in the section that,for some reason,were unable to be shown as pictures. I just want to find out what they are so that their Notes can be changed from"Rough or finished art..." to either one or the other.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 08, 2016, 08:47:33 PM
I've been thinking,maybe you're right. The Notes should be changed to "Originally intended for ANS#" where applicable. Okay Mitch,let it be done!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 15, 2016, 12:53:45 PM
I guess now's the time to put in not only the a's and c's I gave you before,but the MLB Wackys series as well. Please put them all in a.s.a.p..
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 17, 2016, 06:38:30 PM
Just realized the Attacky Packages cards from Mars Attacks Occupation have to go on as well.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 17, 2016, 06:55:02 PM
Is something wrong? It usually doesn't take so long to do the a's and c's I've provided. I keep checking and nothing happens.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on March 17, 2016, 08:21:55 PM
Just been busy. Patience, grasshopper.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: sco(o)t on March 17, 2016, 09:13:44 PM
Is something wrong? It usually doesn't take so long to do the a's and c's I've provided. I keep checking and nothing happens.

You do realize this is all being done out of the goodness or people's hearts and at the expense of their own time and effort? There is no paid forum staff. No one works for the forum. No guarantees to turn around requests in 24 hours. You might just have to chill for awhile until someone has has the opportunity to get to your update requests. Not trying to be bitchy here but I think Lavirus has been very patient and responsive to your frequent and sometimes demanding requests. 
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on March 18, 2016, 05:29:03 AM
It's OK, I appreciate Mike's enthusiasm. If I let everyone edit the spreadsheet themselves, there wouldn't be a backlog. But of course that opens up different issues, hence my preference for being the gatekeeper.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 18, 2016, 01:23:29 PM
Mitch,thank you for the complements and sorry about the frequent posts;I just get concerned when things don't seem to be working smoothly.I'll try to be more patient from now on. I've also got more-Aunt Jemima Pancake and Waffle Mix(1471),Aunt Jemima Maple Syrup(3276),Hungry Jack Buttermilk Pancake Mix(3316) and Ball Park Beef Franks(3364).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 18, 2016, 08:35:54 PM
Found another one-Pop-Tarts-Frosted Wild Berry(2003).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 20, 2016, 03:07:47 PM
And another one-Jergens Mild Soap(273).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on March 21, 2016, 02:01:57 PM
Ok, all set. Some questions/comments:

Re: Ball Park Beef Franks, should that be the product name for 550 as well?

I went with 'Briquets' as that's what's on the product website.

Does the 'Attacky Packages' card comes in a regular and a promo version? I guess we'll  have to wait for the set release.

I'll add in the MLB set shortly. Start working on the product list, Mike!  >:D
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 22, 2016, 12:04:17 AM
Ball Park Franks(550)is right;the beef version didn't exist in the '70s. And I goofed-all the Ball Park Beef Franks should be Ball Park Franks.Also,I've seen the MLB Wackys checklist and I think all of them are made-up products.Finally,I've got more a's and c's,but I'll have to give them to you tomorrow.See you then!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 22, 2016, 06:02:00 PM
As promised,more again! Remove "Rough art"(1230,1511,1687,2447,2452,2460,2463,3152 & 3470),Verbal Essences(1487), change to "and known as..."(1487,1598,1687,1698,2611 & 2980),change to "was going to be..."(1549),put a period at the end of the sentence in the Notes(3587),put in the Notes "The full number of Wackys in these two sets is unknown"(3677) and change to "Kickstarter"(3686-3695).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 22, 2016, 06:12:08 PM
This one's a bit long,so I'm putting it here.Change to "Originally intended..."(970,1146,1151-1153,1156,1158,1172,1177,1179,1182,1185,1188-1190,1195,1275,2055-2057,2283-2290,2370-2378,2526,3016-3017,3019,3024-3027,3220,3436,3439,3446,3448,3450-3451,3453,3456,3459,3463,3481-3482,3484-3488, & 3491-3505). Whew! This might just qualify as the longest one I've ever done(LOL)!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 23, 2016, 08:59:42 PM
Another one! Goya Black Eye Peas(2374).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 24, 2016, 11:45:44 AM
Another one again! Wacky Packages 4th Series(3694).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 29, 2016, 11:18:41 AM
More again! Dannon Grape Flavored Yogurt(1023),Dannon Strawberry Yogurt(1277),SnackWell's Devil's Food(1395 & 3294) and Dannon Activia(1732).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 05, 2016, 04:21:08 AM
Another one for Gooya! "Original art said "Recommended by people with facial hair" and "Cross eye fleas on black eye peas"(2374).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on April 05, 2016, 11:10:45 AM
Ok, updated all your recent corrections and added the 2016 MLB series.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 05, 2016, 03:29:01 PM
Brilliant,Mitch! Only a few still undone. Ball Park Franks(1326,1900 & 3364),Intended series unknown(if any)(2288 & 3019),Goya Black Eye Peas(2374) and (though it's uncertain if it was)(3437).Also,is 1487 supposed to be Herbal/Verbal Essence or Essences?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on April 05, 2016, 05:15:48 PM
I think 'originally intended series unknown' makes more sense and is consistent with the rest of the terminology used.

It's "Blackeye Peas", see here: http://images.goya.com.s3.amazonaws.com/images/vegetarian/2013/products/blackeye.png

It was "Herbal Essence" in the 1970s and is now "Herbal Essences". According to Wikipedia it was reintroduced in 2006 so I'm guessing the latter is correct.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 05, 2016, 08:50:07 PM
Three more from the Die-Cuts-Borden's Instant Coffee(2),Lipton Ring 'O Noodle Soup(109) and Helene Curtis Spray Net(112). This is the only Borden product that's changed,any others stay the same as they are now.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 05, 2016, 08:55:01 PM
I goofed-it's Lipton Ring-O-Noodle Soup(109)!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: koduck on April 06, 2016, 06:11:44 AM
I meant to say about the art on lostwackys.com that the roughs that were on the Lost Wackys section were roughs that never went beyond that point,and the finished art were Wackys that were all set and ready to go,but never made it. Maximum Security and Rold Cold were two of the few in the section that,for some reason,were unable to be shown as pictures. I just want to find out what they are so that their Notes can be changed from"Rough or finished art..." to either one or the other.

I'm not sure how much of the rough art you plan to catalog. Rusty's lostwacky site is a big help since it features a lot of images from the first few ANS sets. But that's just a fraction of the artist's concepts. I have over 600 concepts I've submitted to Topps (many of which have never been posted) and I'm sure that the other Wacky artists have hundreds (if not thousands) more. Here's my suggestion: If you're seriously interested in trying to catalog the rough art, I'd treat it as an entirely separate database. Otherwise, you'll never finish the original database. Just trying to save your sanity!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 06, 2016, 07:30:32 AM
Another one! Originally done in 1974-75(1397).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: bigtomi on April 06, 2016, 02:44:49 PM
Just trying to save your sanity!
Might be too late.    :P
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: koduck on April 06, 2016, 05:06:31 PM
Just realized the Attacky Packages cards from Mars Attacks Occupation have to go on as well.

If you remind me after the release, I'll send you a list of all of the unpublished Wacky/MAO mashup titles.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: slamjim on April 06, 2016, 10:26:59 PM
I'm sorry to say I have never actually looked at this spread sheet. Just took a peek now and I can see many errors on ones I did concerning the parts where it says "originally intended for _______". Was all of that part of the info from things I posted or some other people that gave the info?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on April 07, 2016, 06:46:07 AM
I believe it's been gathered up from Rusty's old Lost Wackys site for the most part. By all means, post some corrections!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 07, 2016, 10:41:17 AM
Yes, I did get the information from Rusty's site (mostly for the ANS series).All the ones I put in are those that have already been done. If it hasn't,it's not there.However,if I'm wrong on some of them,please,correct them.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 16, 2016, 02:26:57 PM
Got some more! "then originally intended for 8th series"(587),"with very slight alterations"(875)," "W.C."(water closet)..."(1067),Flintstones Chewable Vitamins(1151),Teddy Grahams-Honey(1309 & 1979),Wacky Package Posters(blue wrapper)(2547) and Kaboom(no exclamation point at the end)(2443).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 16, 2016, 02:33:05 PM
The only full real name I haven't been able to find is Flunkables(1798)-specifically,the variety. If anyone knows what it is,please let me know.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 19, 2016, 06:58:15 PM
More again! "...Extra Lights..."(176),Shake 'N Bake Chicken(203),Ziploc Storage(1337),Downy Fabric Softener Dryer Sheets(1423),Shake 'N Bake Extra Crispy(1587 & 3161),Ziploc Sandwich and Snack(3173),Wrigley's Bubble Tape Bubble Gum(3180),Kraft Singles-Sharp Cheddar(3336) and "None-made-up product"(3776-3785).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 19, 2016, 07:11:20 PM
Just noticed two more-Lunchables-Ham and Cheddar Cheese(1896) and Pop Chips-Sour Cream and Onion Potato(3332).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on April 20, 2016, 06:13:16 AM
 "...Extra Lights..."(176) - this doesn't make any sense, where did you get this?

All set with the rest.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 20, 2016, 11:54:40 AM
" Extra Lights" was what it said in the picture of the real product in Rusty's site. I'll double-check, however, just to be sure. Be right back.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 20, 2016, 11:59:53 AM
It turned out I was right after all. If you check the 3rd series list on the site and click Hungry Jerk, you'll see it right there.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on April 20, 2016, 03:49:35 PM
" Extra Lights" was what it said in the picture of the real product in Rusty's site. I'll double-check, however, just to be sure. Be right back.

yeah, that just seemed like a really weird name, but there it is on the box in the ad

(http://www.lostwackys.com/images/original-series/3rd/Hungry%20Jack2.jpg)
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 21, 2016, 12:12:59 PM
Excellent! Just a few minor changes. Change to "made up product" (3756-3760 & 3776-3785),remove the hyphen from "made-up"(420) and remove the extra notes from 3678-3683 and 3685,but leave the ones in 3677 and 3684 in. Also,is the picture of the Goya Blackeye Peas you showed me a modern day can or a 1992 one? I'm asking this because the art for Gooya (2374) looks different from  the can picture and Fred Wheaton's webpage on the lost 1992 series did call it Goya Black Eye Peas.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 21, 2016, 03:59:05 PM
Just thought of a couple more-Three other Wackys shown within-Frosty Snow Flakes,Coo-Coo Krusties and Apple Jerks(164) and New large version of small box...(1512).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 27, 2016, 03:41:27 PM
In the note for 164,include the real names-Sugar Frosted Flakes,Cocoa Krispies and Apple Jacks.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 03, 2016, 05:21:26 PM
The three Attacky Packages Old School cards have to be added as well.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 03, 2016, 06:24:06 PM
Found two more-Kool Filter King Size(143) and Kool Milds(2816).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on May 04, 2016, 05:53:40 AM
Re: extra notes. I repeat a note so that it stays with each entry when you sort the spreadsheet.

Re: Goya, if you Google Image search it, you'll see what I was looking at. Not sure if the 1992 can was different, the photos I found sure look like the Wacky.

All set with the rest, thanks.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 04, 2016, 08:52:29 PM
Just found some more today! Purina Puppy Chow(1093),Purina Alpo(1563),Purina Tidy Cats(1701),Meow Mix Indoor Formula(1730),Purina Friskies Signature Blend(1785),Purina Meow Mix(2522),Made Up Product(3032 & 3406),Helene Curtis Spray Net(3696) and One-A-Day Vitamins(3698). Before you ask,Meow Mix was made by Purina from 1974 (when it first appeared) to the 2000s.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 05, 2016, 05:12:03 AM
Two more! Dannon Danimals Coolision (1826) and Stonyfield Oikos Organic Greek Yogurt (3292).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 05, 2016, 12:21:14 PM
Change 1093 to Purina Original Puppy Chow.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 05, 2016, 12:43:09 PM
Another one! Purina Fancy Feast(1425 & 2026). Correct me if I'm wrong,but shouldn't 3696-3698 also be listed as Exclusive promo for Mars Attacks Occupation Kickstarter campaign,or something similar? Also,those three are called Attacky Packages Old School.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 07, 2016, 06:31:26 AM
Yet another one! Smith Brothers Cough Drops-Wild Cherry(243).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 11, 2016, 06:12:05 PM
Two more again! Klondike Bar-Original(1190) and MJB Premium Coffee(1737).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 12, 2016, 08:17:24 PM
Two more yet again! Yoplait Raspberry Flavor(1560) and Cream of Wheat Instant(1819).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on May 16, 2016, 05:58:41 AM
Ok, all set, thanks again.

What's your method for finding corrections? Do you go through a particular series, do you randomly look things up, ...?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 16, 2016, 07:49:21 AM
My method is usually looking up series on their ebay listings or on lostwackys.com. The latter is how I got the info on stickers that were meant for other series(see the Lost Wackys section),but it only goes up to ANS6. Also, I have complete collections of ANS1 to ANS8 and and both of the Flashback series,so that helps,too.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 16, 2016, 08:11:25 AM
Another two! Made Up Product (3032 & 3406).Also,the Attacky Packages section seems to be extending over into the next section. Can this be fixed?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 16, 2016, 08:27:21 AM
I meant to say the Notes section(3686-3698). Also,the same section should read "Exclusive promo card..." and  "...as a foil card".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 16, 2016, 08:21:25 PM
Another method of mine is to look up webpages on the Internet. Sometimes they're hard to find-for example, I stumbled onto Dannon Danimals Coolision by accident. It wasn't even listed on the Danimals section of the Dannon company website!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 18, 2016, 04:08:22 AM
Yet another two! Gorilla Milk Vanilla Instant Breakfast(69) and My-T-Fine Pudding and Pie Filling-Chocolate Flavor(285).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 20, 2016, 09:44:42 PM
Here's some more! Shake 'N Bake Chicken-Extra Crispy(1587 & 3161),Coca-Cola Classic(1814) and Buggies(Plastic Bags)(2283). Before you ask about the second one, the name on the Wacky is Coca-Collar Canine.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 20, 2016, 09:55:12 PM
Mitch, I just looked at the website you showed me for the Goya can, and there's a year on it-2013. Correct me if I'm wrong, but is that the year of the actual picture? If so, then maybe it is Goya Black Eye Peas for the 1992 Wacky, just like it says on Fred Wheaton's lost 1992 Series page (look it up and you'll see it there).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 21, 2016, 04:11:38 PM
Some pet food a's and c's! Purina Chuck Wagon(194), Kal Kan Crave Cat Food(1016),Edward Lowe's Kitty Litter Brand Cat Litter(1112),Kal Kan Dog Food(2467) and Ken-L Ration Burger & Egg(2635).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 22, 2016, 02:53:30 PM
Another one-Shake 'N Bake Chicken-Original(203).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 22, 2016, 03:04:53 PM
Another one again! Cookie Crisp-Chocolate Chip(890).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 22, 2016, 08:02:17 PM
Another pet food! Purina Mighty Dog(1522 & 1981).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on May 23, 2016, 09:09:46 AM
>  I have complete collections of ANS1 to ANS8

Does that mean you don't have ANS9-2016?

> Buggies(Plastic Bags)(2283)

For the title, I go by exactly what's on the checklist with the exception of a duplicated title that needs clarification.

> Goya Black Eye Peas

I'm open to this change but I'm still not sure, I haven't seen a single photo to support it.

Everything else updated, thanks.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 23, 2016, 09:36:22 AM
Thanks a lot, Mitch. To answer your question, yes, I don't have anything past ANS8 because 1) I got ANS7 because I wanted to finish the foil stickers and the Wacky Websites, 2) I got ANS8 because a Wacky in it was mentioned in ANS7, and 3) each series after that just became too expensive to complete with my limited funds.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on May 23, 2016, 10:44:44 AM
I've been doing some housecleaning on the spreadsheet, updating a few bits of information here and there, especially the various 'Lost' Wackys and where they were officially released.

Anyone know what series these (from the unofficial Lost Wackys) were intended for:

Hawaiian Punks (Juice Box)
Irvings Soap

Do we have any reliable information regarding the intended series for the Chrome "Cutting Room Floor" subset?

What was the source for the 2016 MLB promo's? Sent out by Topps, given out at a show or included in a magazine?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on May 23, 2016, 03:57:49 PM
What was the source for the 2016 MLB promo's? Sent out by Topps, given out at a show or included in a magazine?
if they're what I think you're asking about, they were in the packs of the 2016 Series 1 MLB Baseball, they were one of the many sub-sets
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 24, 2016, 07:45:21 AM
Here's some more! "...with different art" (3434),Hawaiian Punch Juice Box(4342) and "...2016 Series 1 MLB cards"(3808-3813). Also, there's one more Lost Wacky whose series needs to be found out about-Runny Face. Finally, shouldn't it be mentioned where Orgeo and Ovary Show came from, as well?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: koduck on May 24, 2016, 08:17:11 AM


Do we have any reliable information regarding the intended series for the Chrome "Cutting Room Floor" subset?


Cutting Room Floor subset was derived from original 70's concepts (by Lynch and others). These were first painted for the 17th series Binder set a few years ago, which featured just the characters and then the complete parodies were incorporated into the Chrome subset.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on May 24, 2016, 12:28:02 PM
Finally, shouldn't it be mentioned where Orgeo and Ovary Show came from, as well?

What would you suggest?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 24, 2016, 12:47:24 PM
To tell you the truth, I don't know. What's the actual history of these two?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 24, 2016, 01:06:24 PM
More again! Ugly Button image(2661), Make Your Own Name image(2669),Ugly Sticker image(2671) and Mars Attacks image(2710). Also, remove the word "set" from the Notes sections of 2803-2822, as the 17th Series Binder is part of a set, but individually is not a set by itself.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: koduck on May 24, 2016, 01:36:27 PM
To tell you the truth, I don't know. What's the actual history of these two?

Back in the 70's Norm Saunders painted "Ovary Show" for one of the editors at Topps. I think it was supposed to be a gag gift...
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: quas on May 24, 2016, 05:13:47 PM
Back in the 70's Norm Saunders painted "Ovary Show" for one of the editors at Topps. I think it was supposed to be a gag gift...

And it's now one of the stickers in the Wacky X-Packs.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on May 26, 2016, 08:11:25 PM
And it's now one of the stickers in the Wacky X-Packs.
I don't recall that. I believe it got into the Lost Wackys. Thought the X-Packs just had the topless Screech.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: quas on May 26, 2016, 10:01:48 PM
I don't recall that. I believe it got into the Lost Wackys. Thought the X-Packs just had the topless Screech.

You may be right.....
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: RawGoo on May 27, 2016, 04:38:44 AM
I don't recall that. I believe it got into the Lost Wackys. Thought the X-Packs just had the topless Screech.

Yep, it ended up in the Lost Wackys.  It's even on the binders.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on May 27, 2016, 05:27:41 AM
Yep, it ended up in the Lost Wackys.  It's even on the binders.

What binders?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 28, 2016, 06:15:16 PM
A whole bunch for one product this time! Hawaiian Punch-Fruit Juicy Red(173,880 & 1556),Hawaiian Punch Soda-Fruit Juicy Red(1765) and Hawaiian Punch Juice Box-Fruit Juicy Red(3442). Also, since Gutbusters 3(3375) is going to be released as Ghostbusters(second version) later this year(i.e.,2016) should this be put in the Notes now or after it comes out in theaters?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 31, 2016, 11:31:04 AM
Mitch, on page 2 of General Wacky Packages Discussion, there's a page that you started on Greg's Lost Wacky sets,and a binder for the sets was mentioned as being made in very limited quantities. This was apparently because Ovary Show was in a prominent place on the back cover-so prominent,in fact,that it couldn't be missed at all! Because it was thus not kiddie-friendly,that's why it was probably not as well-known as the stickers.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: RawGoo on May 31, 2016, 12:04:44 PM
Mitch, on page 2 of General Wacky Packages Discussion, there's a page that you started on Greg's Lost Wacky sets,and a binder for the sets was mentioned as being made in very limited quantities. This was apparently because Ovary Show was in a prominent place on the back cover-so prominent,in fact,that it couldn't be missed at all! Because it was thus not kiddie-friendly,that's why it was probably not as well-known as the stickers.

The binder was actually produced in two different sizes that I know of - I have one that's about an inch thick, and another that is about 1.5 inches.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Jean Nutty on May 31, 2016, 05:19:54 PM

Here's Norm Saunders "Ovary Show",  to refresh our memories, which need refreshing now and again

http://www.wackypacks.com/stickers/ov4.jpg

(sexually graphic content)

Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: vahsurfer on May 31, 2016, 07:36:26 PM
Love me some lost series
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 01, 2016, 10:31:58 AM
So far, we've only got four Lost Wackys still unaccounted for-Hawaiian Punks Juice Box, Irving's Soap, Runny Face and Orgeo. Does anyone have any info on what series these were intended for?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: koduck on June 01, 2016, 10:57:10 AM
So far, we've only got four Lost Wackys still unaccounted for-Hawaiian Punks Juice Box, Irving's Soap, Runny Face and Orgeo. Does anyone have any info on what series these were intended for?

If I remember right, Hawaiian Punks (juice box) was intended for the 85 series.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: RawGoo on June 01, 2016, 02:55:35 PM
So far, we've only got four Lost Wackys still unaccounted for-Hawaiian Punks Juice Box, Irving's Soap, Runny Face and Orgeo. Does anyone have any info on what series these were intended for?

I doubt Orgeo was ever intended for an official Topps series.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 01, 2016, 03:38:08 PM
I knew that Orgeo wasn't meant for a series,but was it the same as Ovary Show-i.e.,a gag gift for one of the editors,or what?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 01, 2016, 03:40:39 PM
I almost forgot-what does Orgeo look like? I got a look at Ovary Show,but not this one.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 03, 2016, 05:52:39 PM
More again! Chex Mix-Original(1424 & 2852) and ..."(second version)(2016)"(3375). The second one is because the sticker is dated 2015 and the movie is coming out in 2016. Also,may I make a suggestion about the Halloween Postcards? Keep it just the way it is,but just write out "Halloween" as a full word. That way it'll be more clear for everyone,because first-timers here may not know what "HW" stands for. Do you follow me?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 04, 2016, 04:20:18 AM
More again! Lunchables Turkey and Cheddar Cracker Stackers(1798),Oscar Mayer Beef Bologna(1867),Lanchables Ham and Cheddar Cracker Stackers(1896),Ocean Spray Cran-Cherry(1882),Pop-Tarts-S'mores(2003) and Krusteaz Mini Pancakes(3327).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 04, 2016, 05:31:02 PM
Forgot this one-Chex Mix-Original(2007).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on June 05, 2016, 04:05:09 PM
I'm reluctant to expand the 'HW' abbreviation since I'm trying to keep the column from getting too wide. Any opinion from the cognoscenti?

Everything else is updated, thanks.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on June 10, 2016, 11:42:26 AM
I added the 4 known Wacky Packages Day give-aways. If there's more, please let me know.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 10, 2016, 04:09:07 PM
A-and-c time! Haagen-Dazs-Strawberry(1412), Fantastic Orange Action(1625), Stouffer's French Bread Pizza-Pepperoni(1705),(TV Show)(2090),"...were then incorporated..."(2803-2822),",includes the slogan "Creepy Cards with Shocking Bubble Gum"(2831),Haagen-Dazs Vanilla Milk Chocolate Almond Ice Cream Bars-Snack Size(3816) and Claussen Kosher Dill Wholes(Pickles)(3817). Also,in the Notes for 2541,which volume and issue number of Non-Sport Update magazine is it supposed to be,and in the same section for 2941,which volume and issue number of Wrapper magazine is it supposed to be?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 10, 2016, 04:47:50 PM
Some more for the 3rd Series! ",was originally going to be Spic and Spoil"(161),",was originally going to be Snack Pig"(164),Drano Drain Pipe Cleaner(167) and Chun King Chicken Chow Mein(177).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 10, 2016, 06:43:25 PM
I've got a lot of 'em this time! Dutch Masters Panetelas(134),Hunt's Tomato Paste(149),Milk-Bone For Large Dogs(187),Tang Instant Breakfast Drink-Orange(199),Original art had "Rotten Flavor" on the red chicken(203),Kraft Natural Swiss Cheese(248),Square Deal Composition Notebook(271),Libby's Tomato Juice(286),Optimo Very Mild(300),El Producto Blunts(302),was originally going to be Curat(384),was originally going to be Dyna Mite Cola(391)was originally going to be Blundergood Exorcised Ham(393) Uncle Ben's Converted Rice & was originally going to be Uncle Bum's Subverted Dice(402),was originally going to be Donkey Hides(440),was originally going to be Wash-N-Die(448),Hav-A-Tampa Jewels(450),was originally going to be Bathless Right-Ons(474),Oscar Mayer Beef Bologna(503),was originally going to be Slap Stick(526),King Edward Imperial(529),was originally going to be Crawl Park Franks(550) and Originally intended for 16th Series(1043).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 10, 2016, 07:03:38 PM
Oops-knew I forgot something! Stove Top Stuffing Mix(389),Reese's Peanut butter Cups(441) and Royal Gelatine Mix-Cranberry(468). Also,on the last post,change all the "was originally" to "Originally was...".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 10, 2016, 07:05:20 PM
Oops again! It's Reese's Peanut Butter Cups(441).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 11, 2016, 12:26:01 PM
More again! Lucky Whip Dessert Topping(111),Palmolive Rapid Shave-Menthol(178),Winchester Little Cigars-Filters(186),Esquire Cordovan Boot Polish(216),Bazooka's Big Buddy(229),Goodman's Small Egg Bows(264),Chocolate Fudge Flavor(285)Max-Pax Ground Coffee Filter Rings(316),Sheaffer's Skrip(Ink)(375),Nature Valley Granola(Cereal)(465),Bicycle Rider Back Playing Cards(475),Revell Lockheed Jumbo Jet Model Kit(497)Matchbox Superfast (527),Playskool Wood Letter Blocks(548),Hormel Chili with Beans(551),Similac Infant Formula(569) and Secret for Women(571).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 17, 2016, 12:43:23 PM
Question:do you think that the Attacky Packages outtakes from Mars Attacks:Occupation that didn't make the final cut should be put in? If so,here they are-Martian Bride(Modern Bride),Krool-Aid(Kool-Aid),Attax Cleanser(Ajax Cleanser),Bot Wheels(Hot Wheels),Mrs. Scream(Mr. Clean),Messy Martian(Magic Marker),Gadzilla Bubble Gum(Bazooka Bubble Gum(Dinosaurs Attack!)),Band-Ack(Band-Aid) and Blue Greenie Margarine(Blue Bonnet Margarine).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 18, 2016, 11:52:00 AM
I just made two discoveries. Coca-Cobra(3038)should say in the Notes "Only poster with yellow,orange and white background flare used on the wrappers and box".Also,there's a series of Halloween plaques from 2014. They are:Marrow Cup,Whatchamakillit,Mirky Way,Hairy Mane,Hounds,MuMmy's(yellow package) and Ork(exclusive).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 18, 2016, 12:07:10 PM
I think that 2962,2968 and 2972 should be spelled "MuMmy's"like it's spelled out on the postcard. If it's not,please change the spelling for it on my last post.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: RawGoo on June 18, 2016, 12:31:00 PM
I just made two discoveries. Coca-Cobra(3038)should say in the Notes "Only poster with yellow,orange and white background flare used on the wrappers and box".Also,there's a series of Halloween plaques from 2014. They are:Marrow Cup,Whatchamakillit,Mirky Way,Hairy Mane,Hounds,MuMmy's(yellow package) and Ork(exclusive).

Not sure that it's correct to say Ork was "exclusive" to the Halloween plaques.  They were sold as two different sets of 3, or as a set of 6 with Ork as a bonus 7th plaque.  But, the Ork title WAS used in the postcard series.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 18, 2016, 01:22:38 PM
Okay,I stand corrected. I got the info off of the wall art master list,but thanks, Pat, for telling me. Also, I found out on Greg's website that there is a set of Mad Caps pogs called Wacky Caps. They are,in order: 1.Brittle Soap Pads 2.Gadzooka Gum 3.Mud Magazine 4.Blunder Bread 5.Paid 6.No-Tips 7.Kleenaxe Tissues 8.Tied Detergent. They came out in 1994 and the names on the pogs are as listed here.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 19, 2016, 10:31:41 AM
Correction,Pat-make that the online wall art master list post. If you look there,you'll see that the Ork plaque-not the postcard-is called "exclusive",which I guess is for that series.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 21, 2016, 12:52:02 PM
I think I'd better hold off of the Attacky Packages sketch cards for now until I'm sure we've seen all of them. From what I've seen on the post that has shown them,they  seem to come in three sets-Mars Attacks,Dinosaurs Attack! and Mars Attacks/Judge Dredd.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: sco(o)t on June 21, 2016, 01:12:08 PM
I think I'd better hold off of the Attacky Packages sketch cards for now until I'm sure we've seen all of them. From what I've seen on the post that has shown them,they  seem to come in three sets-Mars Attacks,Dinosaurs Attack! and Mars Attacks/Judge Dredd.

The Dinosaurs Attack! and Mars Attacks/Judge Dredd Wackies you see are all sketch cards I assume (even though thanks to Neil's superior efforts, they look like what we would consider base cards/stickers). There are the 9 Attacky Packages that I would consider a chase set and one promo card for the Mars Attack Occupation set. There are probably more different sketch card/artist return Attacky Packages titles than actual set cards. 
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: koduck on June 21, 2016, 01:59:34 PM
The Dinosaurs Attack! and Mars Attacks/Judge Dredd Wackies you see are all sketch cards I assume (even though thanks to Neil's superior efforts, they look like what we would consider base cards/stickers). There are the 9 Attacky Packages that I would consider a chase set and one promo card for the Mars Attack Occupation set. There are probably more different sketch card/artist return Attacky Packages titles than actual set cards.

Thanks for the nice words Scot! So, this might help with the categorization thingy: There's only 13 "official" MAO "Attacky Packages". As Scot mentioned, 9 regular cards, 1 promo and 3 Old School style cards. All the other cards you've seen are my artist return sketch cards. At present, I'm the only one that's doing these.

By the way, there are no plans of for a series 2, although I guess anything's possible. Time will tell...
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 23, 2016, 04:54:18 AM
Mitch,I looked up Mars Attacks:Occupation at Jeff Allender's House of Checklists,and it says that the three Attacky Packages Old School cards come in foil card versions also.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: RawGoo on June 23, 2016, 05:00:41 AM
Mitch,I looked up Mars Attacks:Occupation at Jeff Allender's House of Checklists,and it says that the three Attacky Packages Old School cards come in foil card versions also.

I don't think so.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 23, 2016, 01:57:17 PM
Of course,I could be wrong.The checklist on the site was a preliminary one before its May/June update.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 23, 2016, 07:50:35 PM
More additions! Add to Dogpile "(Google,Yahoo! and Ask Jeeves) and "Three other Wacky Websites shown within:Poodle,Yachew! and Bite Jeeves".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 24, 2016, 03:11:37 PM
More again! Lunchables Cracker Stackers-Ham and American(1252) and Red Baron-Pepperoni/Originally intended for ANS3(3818).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 24, 2016, 03:17:16 PM
Correction-make that Red Baron Frozen Pizza and Originally intended for ANS3(3818).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on June 27, 2016, 10:52:26 AM
> Also,in the Notes for 2541,which volume and issue number of Non-Sport Update magazine is
> it supposed to be,and in the same section for 2941,which volume and issue number of
> Wrapper magazine is it supposed to be?

No idea, anyone know the details?

> Question:do you think that the Attacky Packages outtakes from Mars Attacks:Occupation that didn't make the final cut should be put in?

No.

> Also,there's a series of Halloween plaques from 2014.

> I found out on Greg's website that there is a set of Mad Caps pogs called Wacky Caps.

Eh, I'm not keen on including the plaks. If we decide to, we should include the originals as well but my focus has been on stickers/postcards/posters and similar items. I mean, otherwise we'd have to include all the t-shirts, backpacks, binders, pencil sharpeners, etc. Anyone else have thoughts on yea or nay to include these?

Everything else is updated.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: RawGoo on June 27, 2016, 04:32:11 PM
for 2941,which volume and issue number of
> Wrapper magazine is it supposed to be?

No idea, anyone know the details?


Loafy Taffy promo postcard info is as follows:
December 2011 The Wrapper Magazine issue #264 (Jan.1-Feb 15, 2012) exclusive postcard Loaffy Taffy
- Reverse art includes the Wacky Packages Postcards logo at the top left, and a box at the bottom left stating "Presented by shoptopps.com exclusively for The Wrapper."
- Available by sending postage costs to the editor of The Wrapper, with or without purchase of the magazine issue.
- Unnumbered
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 28, 2016, 01:56:44 PM
Just found some more! Duncan Hines Deluxe II Yellow Cake Mix(440),"Wash 'n Die"(Notes)(448),"...16th series"(1043),Klondike-The Original(1190) and "...that was used on the wrapper and box"(3038).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 29, 2016, 12:06:45 PM
Found another one! Hunt's Manwich(1472).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 01, 2016, 05:24:50 PM
And yet another! Tang Breakfast Drink Mix-Orange(199).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 04, 2016, 04:18:40 PM
I seem to remember seeing somewhere on here that Jay Lynch did a Wacky-like parody called Doomstone(Tombstone Frozen Pizza). Should this one be included here at all?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 04, 2016, 04:38:48 PM
More again! Chex Mix-Traditional(1424,2007 & 2852).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 05, 2016, 10:28:19 AM
I got one wrong on the last one-1424 is Chex Mix-Trail Mix.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 08, 2016, 11:57:50 AM
Pat,thanks for the info on 2942. Now what's the same thing for 2541-that is,what's the volume number and issue number of Non-Sport Update magazine that 2541 was in?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: RawGoo on July 08, 2016, 01:27:35 PM
Pat,thanks for the info on 2942. Now what's the same thing for 2541-that is,what's the volume number and issue number of Non-Sport Update magazine that 2541 was in?

The Mr. Babble Old School 3 promo card was in the attendee promo packs at the fall Philly Card Show on Oct. 22-23, 2011.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 08, 2016, 02:06:59 PM
Thanks a lot,Pat. I guess that Note will have to be changed now.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 20, 2016, 06:51:43 PM
Here's another one-Barbasol Beard Buster[1723].

Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 20, 2016, 07:03:09 PM
Correction-make that Barbasol  Soothing Aloe.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 31, 2016, 08:01:53 PM
I was right the first time-it is Barbasol Beard Buster. And here's some more-Pringles Newfangled Potato Chips-Original(530) and Pringles-Original(1360 & 1899).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on August 01, 2016, 06:55:08 AM
> Tang Breakfast Drink Mix-Orange(199).

My research indicates it's "Tang Instant Breakfast Drink Mix".

> Jay Lynch did a Wacky-like parody called Doomstone(Tombstone Frozen Pizza). Should this one be included here at all?

Not if it was never released. I know Jay did some one-off's that people commissioned or otherwise requested but in my mind those don't count.

Everything else is updated, thanks Mike!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 01, 2016, 08:28:30 AM
You're welcome,Mitch. I just found another one I hope you can add quickly-"the Fall 2011 Philly Non-Sports Card Show"(2541).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 05, 2016, 03:41:05 AM
Mitch,here's two more to put in if you think of it: originally done in the 1970's and was going to be "Toadsie Roll Slop"(576) and "...the production sheet"(844).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 05, 2016, 04:10:07 PM
Found another one for 844: "Duck and Hide".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 05, 2016, 05:52:59 PM
Here's some spelling and punctuation c's: "...two back variations;"Doglix" in..."(1053),"..."k" in the name;originally..."(1125),"...ANS3 and was going..."(1549),"...for Dr.Ono from 3rd series"(1607),"...(vol. 20)#5"(2431),"...Card Show;comes in..."(2866),"...264(Dec.2011)[Jan.1-Feb.15,2012]"(2942),"...;originally intended..."(3016,3017,3019 & 3818),"Lost Wackys;originally intended..."(2370-2378),Coming Soon;also available..."(3371),Coming Soon;released as..."(3374 & 3375),"...Wacky Ads and meant to replace Good and Empty"(3448) and "70's Norm Saunders..."(3464). Also,does anyone know what the release date for Non-Sport Update magazine(vol. 20)#5 and the volume number for The Wrapper magazine #264 are?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 05, 2016, 06:05:57 PM
Just fond two more: "...with an extra Chicken Fat sticker"(156) and "... with Lalaloopy coupon back"(3371).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 06, 2016, 05:46:41 AM
On the last post,I meant "found".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: RawGoo on August 06, 2016, 08:10:33 AM
On the last post,I meant "found".

You can modify your posts when you notice typos - no need to add a new post.   :D
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 10, 2016, 09:25:46 AM
On 844,make that "the Topps production sheet".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 10, 2016, 01:51:51 PM
Here's another one-Maple Syrup Waffelos (895).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 12, 2016, 06:42:33 PM
A couple more! "Puzzle piece back variation..."(1314 & 1360) and "...;originally intended for 2014 S1"
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 13, 2016, 11:26:35 AM
Here's some more! Brillo Steel Wool Soap Pads(154),MiceSpace/MySpace(1397),S.O.S. Steel Wool Soap Pads(1618) and MySpace(2039).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 13, 2016, 12:08:14 PM
And yet more! Coast Deodorant Soap(1037),"...only, modified text..."(1287),Sharpie Permanent Markers(1506 & 3291) and DQ(Dairy Queen)Blizzard(1866). Also,I think I saw somewhere that all the Wackys in Postcards Series 1 were all based on rejected stickers. I know where Weaky Packages and Quacky Packages came from, but does anyone know what series Dracky Packages was meant for (if any)? I didn't see it on lostwackys.com and I'd like to know,so it can be put on the list.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 13, 2016, 12:44:37 PM
More again! Nestle Nesquik (1368 & 3302),Hostess Donettes-Frosted(3308) and Wacky Packages Postcards Series 1(3323). The last one I think is right because, as far as I know,that series had a red wrapper.(If I'm wrong,please tell me.) Also, does anyone know which Wacky Halloween Postcards series was parodied by Wicked Halloween Ghostcards,so that can be put on the list,too?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 13, 2016, 11:43:51 PM
Yep,you guessed it...Original Slinky (1007),Chewy Chips Ahoy! (1142) and Fruity Yummy Mummy(3673).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 21, 2016, 10:44:02 AM
Found another one! Originally intended for ANS4(2026).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 21, 2016, 07:23:59 PM
More capitalization and punctuation c's(with a few regular ones,too)! "...Dusty-Greasy Chunks & Heavy Chunks.."(311),"...listed as Gadzooka..."(493),"A second Duck and Hide..."(844),"...original Beastball..."(1044),"...,Doglix in the..."(1053),Era Laundry Detergent(1170), ...All-New Series 6(1497 & 2161),Originally intended for ANS5 and known as "Metamucus"(1623) and "...it actually was)"(3437). Also,remove Cracker Stackers from 1798 and 1896 and place quotation marks on these: "Verbal Essences"(1487),"Ajinx Bleach"(1549),"Cryola Crayons"(1598),"Hostile Pinkies"(1687),"Sinnamon Roast Crunch"(1698),"Boston Baked Beings"(2611) and "Homely Bunches of Goats"(2980).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 21, 2016, 07:44:32 PM
Almost forgot these: "Crazy Collectables"(3356-3360),"Batty Baseball"(3361-3370) and "Coming Soon"(3371-3375)[note:on Bunions,only Coming Soon gets quotation marks,the rest stays as is]. The reason for adding quotation marks on some of these and removing others is to show the difference between what was and wasn't made;i.e.,if a Wacky has no quotations,it was made,if it does,it wasn't. The same thing goes for these subset titles; they were announced, but weren't used,while the previous ones were used.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 21, 2016, 08:34:33 PM
Almost forgot these,too-...;same as 1982 Album series(see above)(1287),Same as 1982 Album series(see above)(1296 & 1656),...;includes the text...(2831) and ...original 70s concepts.(2803-2822). Also,576 should actually be: Originally was going to be "Toadsie Roll Slop".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on August 22, 2016, 01:58:28 PM
Per your 8/12 post:
> A couple more! "Puzzle piece back variation..."(1314 & 1360) and "...;originally intended for 2014 S1"

No idea what that last item is supposed to be for.

> Almost forgot these: "Crazy Collectables"(3356-3360),"Batty Baseball"(3361-3370) and "Coming Soon"(3371-3375)

I moved those names to the 'Subset' column, makes more sense that way.

> original 70s concepts.(2803-2822)

Between 70s and 70's, I prefer the latter but not sure which is considered correct.

I went through and checked the Notes field for proper quotation usage as well as modified the occasional entry to refer to "text".

Everything else has been updated. Great job as usual!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 22, 2016, 03:03:33 PM
Brilliant,brilliant,brilliant! Only one a and one c left-...;originally intended...(1185) and This series was copyrighted 1976 but was released in 1977(553).Also, the missing number in my 8-12 post is 3429. If you could add these in,Mitch,that would be great!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 22, 2016, 03:20:50 PM
Another c I just noticed-...;originally intended...(2283-2290). Also was it Wacky Halloween Postcards 2009 that was spoofed by Wicked Halloween Ghostcards(3418) or one of the succeeding series? Again, hope you can add these in fast.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on August 22, 2016, 07:04:48 PM
Also was it Wacky Halloween Postcards 2009 that was spoofed by Wicked Halloween Ghostcards(3418) or one of the succeeding series?

I don't think it was a specific series as it's a self-produced spoof of the Halloween postcards in general.

Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 26, 2016, 07:51:33 AM
Found two more I hope you can add in quick,Mitch-Nestle's Quik(217) and 3-in-One Household Oil(348). Before you ask,I checked out the first one on lostwackys.com and the brand name's correct. Nestle Nesquik,however,stays the same.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on August 29, 2016, 06:23:50 PM
Good catch, indeed it looks like "Nestle's" changed to just "Nestle" at some point after the Wacky was produced.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 01, 2016, 04:17:03 PM
Do you think you should put in Rick's(ElectricSlave's)homemade Canadian series,Wackie Ricky Packages? I just bought a set of these and they're excellent! (By the way,the series' title I mentioned is on the faux "wrapper" that came with the cards.)
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 01, 2016, 08:00:19 PM
Mitch, here's a couple more I hope you can put in quick-add -Chocolate Flavor to 217 and 1368 and change 1607 to say "...from 3rd series". As far as 3302 is concerned,I'll have to check on that one.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 01, 2016, 08:05:59 PM
I was right-you can add -Chocolate Flavor to 3302,also.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on September 03, 2016, 06:31:44 AM
Do you think you should put in Rick's(ElectricSlave's)homemade Canadian series,Wackie Ricky Packages? I just bought a set of these and they're excellent! (By the way,the series' title I mentioned is on the faux "wrapper" that came with the cards.)

I'm thinking no for this as it opens a large can of worms. I know we give Neil's unofficial stuff a pass due to his connection with Wackys but I think that's as far as I'll go. By all means, if you'd like to start a homemade Wackys reference document, go for it!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 03, 2016, 03:59:11 PM
Mitch,after asking on another post here, I think I've found a change this time-"...for 1982 Album series"(3019).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 03, 2016, 04:39:38 PM
A couple a's! Originally was going to be "Guppy Pop Hot Buttered Fish"(1476) and Originally intended for ANS4 with different design(2519).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on September 06, 2016, 01:48:28 PM
I've spoiled you with all these instant corrections. But school and kids activities have resumed.  >:D
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 06, 2016, 07:06:55 PM
Well,thanks for spoiling me! I've only got one more left-add to 1481...;originally intended for ANS4 and was going to be "Carbuncle Ben's Bag of Boils Rice"(Uncle Ben's Boil-in-Bag Rice). Again,hope you can get this one in,too!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 15, 2016, 10:45:36 AM
You know,Mitch,you're not going to believe this,but after looking through all the sources of information I've got(websites,pictures,etc.)I think I don't have anymore a's and c's to submit-at least, as far as what's on the Master Spreadsheet is concerned. I can probably safely say that anything that comes next will have to be new Wacky series,such as whatever Topps has planned for the 50th anniversary in 2017.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on September 15, 2016, 12:24:09 PM
You're right, I don't believe it! I'm sure we'll stumble across info now and again until the next series shows up.

But a hearty thanks for all your effort!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 26, 2016, 09:59:27 AM
Found some more! Purex Bleach(119),Lavoris Mouthwash and Gargle(120),Planters Dry Roasted Peanuts(128),Breck Shampoo(138),Purina Cat Chow-Original Blend(Fish,Meat & Milk)(152) and Royal Gelatine Mix-Cranberry(468).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 26, 2016, 05:11:39 PM
I've found another major Wacky release that I think should be added here -a set of Mad Caps(pogs) called Wacky Caps. They are,in order:1) Brittle Soap Pads 2)Gadzooka Gum 3)Mud Magazine 4) Blunder Bread 5)Paid 6)No-Tips 7)Kleenaxe Tissues and 8)Tied Detergent. They were released in 1994. As far as I know,there were no slammers made to go with them. The main reason I think they should be included is because they were the last major release of Wackys by Topps until ANS1 was released in 2004,ten years later.( By the way,the names shown here are what's on the pogs themselves.)
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 27, 2016, 08:26:17 PM
More again! Rich 'n Chips Chocolate Chip Cookies(1025) and Tabasco Pepper Sauce(1035 & 1628).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 29, 2016, 06:16:44 PM
You bet-Sesame Street Tickle Me Elmo(1324) and Sesame Street Big Hugs Elmo(3202).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 29, 2016, 06:34:36 PM
Found a Wacky Halloween set that isn't listed-Wacky Halloween Plaques(2014). They are: 1.Marrow Cup 2.Whatchamakillit 3.Mirky Way 4.Hairy Mane 5.Hounds 6.MuMmy's(yellow wrapper) and 7.Ork(exclusive title). These plaques are made of aluminum,and are meant to be wall art.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 29, 2016, 07:52:49 PM
More again! Originally was going to be "Glee Squad"(1358),;originally was going to be "Garbage Pail Seniors"(1497),...and then was also intended for ANS5 with different art(2057) and Originally intended for ANS6 and was going to be "9 Loaves"(2850).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 01, 2016, 09:55:44 AM
Still more! "...with different design"(1177,1827 and 3434),"...,then complete parodies..."(2803-2822) and "...and there is no Topps copyright."(3684-3685).Also,does anyone have a issue date for Non-Sport Update magazine(vol. 20)#5 that's listed in 2431?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 01, 2016, 10:05:32 AM
Mitch,I just wanted to tell you that I found a whole lot of a's on lostwackys.com (mostly in the rough art section of ANS1-ANS6)but there's so much material that I decided to write it all down and snail-mail it to you.The letter just got sent out today,so keep your eyes open for it!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 01, 2016, 01:31:39 PM
Here's some more a's from the OS run. They're fewer in number than the ANS run,so I can post them real easy. They are: 1. Originally was going to be-a."Head & Hammer Bonking Soda"(157),  b."Sicrats"(225), c."Gun-A-Day Vitamins"(255), d."7-Urp(347),  e."Lice Savers"(379),  f."Foolette-The Pie Look(459),  g."Brain Sour"(480)  h."Real Frown Sour Frights"(Regal Crown Sour Fruits)(565)and  i."Good Rumor"(557)  2. Originally done in the 1970s and was going to be:    a. "Henteen Gum",then was intended for ANS4 under its current name with different design(1591),  b."BC(Boiled Clown)Cola"(2407),  c."Slam-O Marsbee"(2421)and  d."Whine Bros. Runny Tear Drops"(Pine Bros. Natural Throat Drops")(2466). This next one,I think,is unique- 3. Was going to be remade in the 1970s as "Sardine Curtis Fish Net"(112). Finally, these two-Pond's Dry Skin Cream(528) and RC(Royal Crown)Cola(2407). One more thing-the a for Dented Gum that I sent you in the letter is wrong;this one listed here is the right one, and I accidentally duplicated the 9 Loaves one from 9-29 in it,too.   
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 01, 2016, 04:48:43 PM
Still more! Russell Stover Valentine's Candy(2626),...All-New Series 2(2838),...All-New Series 1(2839),...All-New Series 3(2840) and Ben & Jerry's-Cherry Garcia(2851).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 02, 2016, 01:12:55 PM
Just found this now-change 109 to Lipton Onion Soup.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 08, 2016, 06:00:29 PM
Heeeeeeeeere's more! Cover Girl Liquid Make-Up(113 & 238), 9 Lives Tuna(153),Cover Girl Make-Up(1493),Hostess Fruit Pie-Blueberry(1343),Eggo Buttermilk Waffles(1346),Hostess Fruit Pie-Apple(2863) and Purina Beggin' Strips(2872).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 14, 2016, 02:16:58 PM
First,these names-Campbell's Condensed Tomato Soup(7),Metrecal Diet Drink(65),Canada Dry Wink Grapefruit Beverage(110) and Campbell's Condensed Chicken Noodle Soup(1398). Next,these a's-...and was originally going to be "Wide Casket Greaseburgers", then was changed to "Fright Castle Greaseburgers" before getting the current name (it also had a fly on the burger on the front of the box) (1156), Possibly originally intended for lost 1992 series and,if so, was going to be "Orangenie"(1247),Originally intend for ANS3 and was going to be "Dumbbell's Soup on Hand"(Campbell's Soup at Hand)(1398),Originally intended for ANS2 and was going to be "Slugles"(1891),Originally done in the 1970s and was going to be "Bug-Os",then intended for ANS2 and was going to be either "Fake-Os" or "Blake-Os"(the latter based on the Robert Blake murder trial)(2543),Originally intended for ANS2 and was going to be "Begging on the Strip"(2872) and Originally intended for ANS3 and was going to be "Bach's Candy Chords"(2970). Finally,another unique one-Was possibly going to be remade in lost 1992 series as "Rookie Crisp"(890).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 15, 2016, 03:28:52 PM
Got another one-Laddie Boy Dog Food-Beef Chunks and Meat By-Products(100).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on October 17, 2016, 06:26:15 AM
Ok, I've caught up on these and  finished the extensive hand-written list. This one doesn't have a number with it, though:

Originally intended for ANS2 and was going to be just "Maximum", then held over for ANS6 under its current name
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on October 17, 2016, 01:35:33 PM
It's time I reorganized the rows into something that makes more sense. Finish up whatever you're working on as most of the row numbers will change. I propose organizing thusly:

Die Cuts
Ads
Original Series
1985
1991
All-New Series
Old School
Postcards
MLB
Reruns / 1982 Album / 1986 Album / Irish
Flashback / Chrome
Posters (all types)
Everything else chronologically
Non-Topps

Alternately, I could just sort it all strictly chronologically but that mixes things up with the original series and whatnot. Thoughts?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 17, 2016, 01:56:53 PM
Mitch,the number you're looking for is 1822. Great job!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 17, 2016, 08:26:43 PM
Mitch,I've looked the new a's over and found one goof-Originally was going to be "Glee Squad"(1358) is supposed to go in the Notes section after the real name section (Geek Squad) for the Wacky Websites. Also, these need to be done-Name originally...(1607),...then held over...(1684),...was going to be either...(2543),...were incorporated...(2803-2822) and ...so far as is known(3819-3826).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 18, 2016, 04:29:14 AM
Missed one-...different art for Fright Castle(see above) (1218).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on October 18, 2016, 08:28:18 AM
Ok, all fixed. Get any other changes submitted by Friday - I'm going to shuffle the rows on Friday afternoon as I laid out unless anyone else has an opinion.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 18, 2016, 01:07:14 PM
Only two more that I just found out about right now-Hostess Filled Cup Cakes (115) and Hostess Cream Filled Cup Cakes(1014).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 18, 2016, 08:05:22 PM
Got these-Waffelos-Maple Syrup(895),Waffelos-Blueberry(947) and Name of this sticker...(1607).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 19, 2016, 03:57:19 AM
More again-;based on a generalized concept and not on any wrapper of this product(3418),Paid(3823)(the pog calls it this) and...part of the complete set(3833).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 24, 2016, 07:28:14 PM
Still more again! ...a fly on the top of the cheeseburger on...(1156), (this name was later used in ANS9 with different design(see below)) (1223),..,then was going to be "Dour Patch Kids" in ANS5 before getting its current name (1480),Originally intended for ANS3 and was going to be "S.O.B.",then held over for ANS4 and was going to be "S.O.D.", then was going to be "S.I.S." in ANS6 before getting its current name (1618), ..and was going to be either its current name or "Exorcisor" (2125), Hairi-Boo was originally...(2930), ...and was going to be either its current name or "Mantis" (3185) and Mystery poster only available as part of the complete set(3148). Also, the name of the Wacky Cap numbered 3823 is Paid (there's no "Killers" in the name).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on October 25, 2016, 06:54:26 AM
You'll have to redo your last entry - I did the updates through 10/19. I just posted the resorted spreadsheet:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1myakdWkhpz7dHJBtFD0uAkkHnMlyDhl1LQmHujU9AZ0/edit?usp=sharing

Also, I normalize the names of the titles by their first appearances, so "Paid Killers" it will be. This helps with sorting and searching.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 25, 2016, 11:06:00 AM
Here's the new numbers for the a's and c's from 10-24(the entries are the same)-700,767,1024,1162,1669,1799 and 3495. Also, the Halloween Pack O' Fun Wackys for 2016 are in,so you'll have to put them in as well. They are: Slithers(Snickers Bite Size),Sugar Batties(Sugar Babies),Smarteries(Smarties),Haunt Tamales(Hot Tamales),Krypt Kat(Kit Kat),Hexey's Mean Chocolate(Hershey's Milk Chocolate Bite Size) and Twitch(Twix). There's also a limited edition prism promo card(I don't know which one it is yet) and Slithers has a rare variation in which the red snake is missing from the bottom of the Wacky. I don't know what the order of the Wackys is,either.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on October 26, 2016, 07:28:43 AM
I'll get to those shortly. I was going to add the Wacky/GPK mash-ups as well. Any idea if they have a title other than the standard Wacky? I don't know if the GPK characters on them have names.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 26, 2016, 09:26:58 AM
I don't know either. I haven't seen the Wacky/GPK mash-up cards at all. In fact, I didn't even know they were out yet! Anyone else have any info on this?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 26, 2016, 03:28:26 PM
Ask and ye shall receive! I just found the GPK Wackys on Jeff Allender's checklist site. They are:  1) Campy Spider Soup   2)Crust   3)Gadzooka   4)Cover Ghoul   5)Duzn't   6)Quacker Oats   7)Commie Cleanser   8)Beanball.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 28, 2016, 02:08:16 PM
Just found another one:Scott Cut-Rite Wax Paper(270).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 30, 2016, 12:32:44 PM
And yet more! Wonder Enriched Bread(147) and Dial Deodorant and Beauty Soap(148).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on October 31, 2016, 07:54:11 AM
Ok, all set. I noticed I missed some re-arranging of the 'everything else' section and fixed that. Also found a source for all the GPK character names on the new mashups.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 31, 2016, 11:30:20 PM
More again! (see below) (831,840 & 1200), ...was going to be either its current name(with different design) or "Manta"(965) and Originally intended for ANS3 under its current name(with different design),then held over for ANS4 and was going to be "Gang Scouts Short Tempered"(Girl Scouts Shortbread),then held over again for ANS6 and was going to be "Ghoul Scouts Caramel Frights"(Girl Scouts Caramel Delights)(1209). Also,the 2010 Calendar section should go between the Abrams 1 2nd ed. section and the Abrams 2 section in order to be chronological.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 02, 2016, 08:08:04 AM
You bet! Sun-Maid California Seedless Raisins(9), Metrecal Diet Drink-Double Fudge(65), Gorilla Milk Instant Breakfast-Vanilla(69), Gerber High Meat Dinner-Junior Chicken with Vegetables(124), Breck Shampoo for Dry Hair(138) and Schick Super Krona Comfort Edge Razor Blades(144).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 02, 2016, 08:42:55 PM
A set of similar products this time! Skippy Creamy Peanut Butter(108 & 1112),Peter Pan Peanut Butter(262),Peter Pan Creamy Peanut Butter(616),Peter Pan Extra Crunchy Peanut Butter(705),Jif Creamy Peanut Butter(941),Peter Pan Peanut Butter(1522) and Skippy Extra Creamy Peanut Butter(1687).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 04, 2016, 10:15:49 PM
More,more,more! Puritan Corn Oil(590), Nestle Nesquik Chocolate Flavor Milk(912), ...1974-75 under its current name,...(941),Originally intended...(942),Philadelphia Original Cream Cheese(987),Purina Tidy Cats Cat Litter-Power Blend(1245)...(without the word "Security" in the name),...(1366) and This Wacky is an original design and is not based on any existing Angry Birds video game,Playstation or otherwise.(1686). Also,is there any way you can fix the Wacky Packages Go to the Movies title in the subset section (1378-1385) so that the "W" in "Wacky" looks better-say,by making it into a double line,perhaps?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on November 09, 2016, 06:14:32 AM
> Also,the 2010 Calendar section should go between the Abrams 1 2nd ed. section and the Abrams 2 section in order to be chronological.

I try to group like things together, hence all the Abrams bonus stickers with the calendar stickers afterwards.

> Gerber High Meat Dinner-Junior Chicken with Vegetables

Same for Garbage Baby Food?

> (without the word "Security" in the name),...(1366)

You lost me on this one, please show me the complete entry.

Otherwise, all set.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 09, 2016, 09:00:23 AM
Mitch,to answer your questions-Yes,Garbage should be the same as Gurgle,since except for the name,they're the same thing,and 1366 should be Originally intended for ANS2 and was going to be just "Maximum"(without the word "Security" in the name),... . Also, 700 should say in the Notes ...before getting its current name... .
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 10, 2016, 10:14:00 AM
Just a few more and we're in! Scotch Transparent Tape(125), Ajax Blue Dot Cleanser(130), Dutch Masters Corona De Luxe(134), Kool Filter Kings(143), ...(with Frosty Snow Flakes originally known as "Frosty Dandruff Flakes")(164),...on the box(203),Krispy Saltine Crackers(239 & 1105),Bosco Chocolate Syrup(358),Chiclets-Peppermint(367 & 1213),.May actually be Dacco Toothpaste(available only in Europe and Asia),which was the number 1 selling brand in Vietnam at the time.(420),Swingline Tot 50 Stapler(439),Zesta Saltine Crackers(445), Originally the moon on the cover was supposed to be a 1970s smileyface.(499), Ballantine Premium Lager Beer(501),Calgonite Formula 211(535),Slim Jim Spicy(543 & 1451),Originally was going to be "Moron Chicken Hat Pie"with a different character on the box(549),Colgate Cavity Prevention(867),Eggo Waffles-Buttermilk(890),Cheese Doodles-Puffed(948), Arizona Iced Tea(982),Yoplait-Raspberry Flavor(1104),Dentyne Original(1135(also,remove the word"Gum"from the Notes)),Chiclets-Fruit(1153(also,place the Note in 1213 here)), Purina Friskies-Signature Blend(1329),Lunchables-Turkey and Cheddar(1342),Folgers Classic Roast(1419), Trident Original(1436),Lunchables-Ham and Cheddar(1440), ...(two different pieces,...(2169), A 5th Rerun series was planned for 1980 but never released.(2581), This series was never released.(3592), Subset of Mad Caps(pogs);no slammers were made out of this subset so far as is known(3604-3611), ...2016 Garbage Pail Kids Trashy TV series(3732-3739),Maxwell House-Regular Grind(3755),Red Baron Frozen Pizza-Pepperoni(3833) and Originally was going to be "Sugar Botties"(a sketch card was made of this art).(3847). Also,in 1932, the word-Butter has gone over into the Notes section a little bit.Could this be fixed somehow-say,by being done as a double line,perhaps? Finally,was the Chrome series released as just cards or as both cards and stickers? If the latter,then that should be mentioned,too.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 18, 2016, 07:14:26 PM
Mitch, I'm going to snail-mail you the lists for two MLB Wacky subsets that are not listed here-the Active Stars Autographs and Mascot Autographs. I think that, for the sake of completeness,they should be put in.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on November 22, 2016, 02:21:22 PM
> May actually be Dacco Toothpaste

Source for this conjecture?

> Originally was going to be "Sugar Botties"(a sketch card was made of this art).(3847).

Are you sure of this or are you just guessing based on the sketch? Because a sketch doesn't imply an original design, it's probably just something different to sketch!

Overall I'd like to be certain of what we put in the spreadsheet as opposed to simply guessing, or because it 'feels right'.

> Finally,was the Chrome series released as just cards or as both cards and stickers? If the latter,then that should be mentioned,too.

I'm not sure, actually. They were just cards, weren't they?

Everything else is up to date, including the snail-mail. Thanks!

Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on November 22, 2016, 03:04:45 PM

I'm not sure, actually. They were just cards, weren't they?
yes, only cards
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 22, 2016, 03:34:22 PM
To answer your questions-first,I found the info on Dacco Toothpaste at the Decay Toothpaste entry on lostwackys.com. Look at it and do with it as you will. Second,I was just guessing about the Sugar Botties art. Maybe it should be this-;also known on a sketch card from this series as "Sugar Botties".      Update:First,on 164,put a parenthesis between "Snack Pig"and with,like this-(with. Second,203 should say "on the red chicken on the box". Third,the note for 1153 was supposed to be removed from the note section at 1213. Fourth, 771 should say in the Notes..."Guillotine Max33" or "Killette MulletFree". Fifth,on 1226,2296 and 2425,"two different pieces" should be changed to "two different designs". Sixth,867 should be Colgate Original Formula and 2401 should be Colgate Cavity Protection. Eighth,in 1733,the word "Hurter" is cut off. Can this be fixed? Hope this can be done quickly!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on November 22, 2016, 03:47:51 PM
To answer your questions-first,I found the info on Dacco Toothpaste at the Decay Toothpaste entry on lostwackys.com. Look at it and do with it as you will. Second,I was just guessing about the Sugar Botties art. Maybe it should be this:Also known on a sketch card from this series as "Sugar Botties".
Rusty has the statement right up front from Len Brown that Decay is not based on any real product.
Despite that clear statement, he then goes on to fabricate an entertaining tale around a foreign toothpaste brand anyways.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on November 22, 2016, 04:10:01 PM
To answer your questions-first,I found the info on Dacco Toothpaste at the Decay Toothpaste entry on lostwackys.com. Look at it and do with it as you will. Second,I was just guessing about the Sugar Botties art. Maybe it should be this:Also known on a sketch card from this series as "Sugar Botties".

Yeah, this is what I'm talking about. I'm removing the Dacco comment as well as the Sugar Botties one - I'm not interested in trying to catalog the numerous sketch card variations and alternate gags.

I know you like using lostwackys.com as a resource, and it's good for some things, but there's lots of speculation and outright untruths there as well. Reader beware.

If there's entries you know you've simply guessed at, please let me know and we can decide what to do.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 22, 2016, 04:23:21 PM
Oops,my bad! I'll try to remember all this in the future. Give me forty lashes with a wet noodle(as either Dear Abby or Ann Landers would say,I don't know which one did it)! I don't think I've messed up anything else,though.All the rough art came from the Lost Wackys section of the site,so it can be found there if anyone wishes to look. Oh,one more thing-I was looking up the Transformers films on MSN Internet Explorer and found out that "Transfoamers 5"(1986) is planned for 2017 as Transformers:The Last Knight. Should this be put in the Notes now or should we wait until it's actually released? And please don't forget the new c's at the update at my last post!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 23, 2016, 04:08:31 PM
Six c's left! First, please remove Originally intended for ANS5 and was going to be "Chicklets" from 1213 and place it in 1153,as Crickets(ANS6) came before Chickless(ANS7) and because the first one was where this note was supposed to go. Second,3265 should say This series was cards only,not stickers. Third,3419 is Barrelhead Root Beer. Fourth,the Cleveland Indians Seat Relic in MLB should be 2566,not 2556. Fifth,700 should say ...(it also had a fly on the top of the cheeseburger on the box). Sixth,3732-3739 should say 2016 Garbage Pail Kids Prime Slime Trashy TV series.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 29, 2016, 04:11:10 AM
More again! Comes in classic foil and rainbow foil versions(913-922,994-1003,1074-1083 & 1178-1187(922 also says... ;originally intended for ANS2)) and Comes only in classic foil version(1292-1301). Before anyone asks,I've got rainbow foil versions of all of the first four of these and a classic foil version of the last one. In fact,when I bought my complete ANS7 set, I was told that there was no rainbow foil version of these stickers.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 04, 2016, 01:02:22 PM
Got three more! Krispy Saltine Crackers-Original(1105), Sun Chips-French Onion(1129) and White Rock Tonic Water(3613).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on December 05, 2016, 09:16:36 AM
Re: the classic/rainbow foil variations. I've never heard of those, do you have any other references to them? Pics of a card in both styles?

Be careful when editing old posts. I post everytime I catch up with your lists but if you edit a post a week or more later, I might miss those changes.

All set otherwise, thanks.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 05, 2016, 09:46:12 AM
No, I don't have any references or pictures of either of the foil variations,but I do remember seeing examples of both of them in the ANS packs I bought in the past (when I could afford to do so) and making sure to save the rainbows. As far as pictures are concerned, I wasn't a member of this forum at the time and didn't think of saving any foil stickers (either classic or rainbow) for comparison purposes,plus I don't know how to take and/or transfer pics to a computer screen. If anyone has such pics,references,or any kind of info on this subject,please let me know so it can be confirmed or denied one way or another. ( For example,would the wrappers mention if there were any foil variations?) Also, I think the Cleveland Indians Seat Relic card in MLB is in the wrong place. Shouldn't it be in 2566 and not 2567 in order to be alphabetical with the rest?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 05, 2016, 12:33:11 PM
I was looking on Ernie's Wacky site and found some Wacky iron-ons! Four of them-Ajerx,Hawaiian Punks,Jail-O and Minute Lice-are already on the Spreadsheet,but one-Plastered Peanuts-isn't. Also,there wasn't a Topps copyright on any of them. Is there any way you could ask Ernie (bandaches,I presume) what year they were made and which release they came from?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 17, 2016, 08:56:44 AM
A lot more this time! Was going to be remade in 1974-75 as "Zitz Crackers"(41), Crest Regular(103,461 & 1357),Minute Maid Frozen Concentrated Orange Juice(129), Eveready Flashlight Battery(158 & 626),Gillette Right Guard(166),Palmolive Rapid Shave-Menthol(178),SweetHeart Deodorant Soap-Lime(181),Argo Pure Corn Starch(185),Gatorade-Lemon-Lime(191 & 692),Chicken of the Sea Chunk Light Tuna(241),Ovaltine Chocolate Flavor(253 & 2984),StarKist Chunk Light Tuna(278),Tropicana 100% Pure Premium Orange Juice(289),Yuban Regular Grind(322),Raid Ant & Roach Killer(330,1102 & 1235),Vicks Medicated Cough Drops(337),Woolite Cold Water Wash(351),Dupont Duco Cement(353),Pepperidge Farm Sugar Cookies(396),Easy Cross-Words Magazine(410),Gillette The Dry Look(459 & 3423),..."Foolette The Pie Look"(459),Mr. Big Bath Tissue(585),People Weekly(595),White Castle Hamburgers(700),Lean Cuisine Glazed Chicken(702),(Subject) for Dummies(777),Chicken of the Sea Chunk Light Tuna in Water(793),Minute Maid Premium Orange Juice-Pulp Free(Refrigerated)(813),Turtle Whack(866),Bumble Bee Chunk Light Tuna in Water(878),Pepsodent Original with Cavity Protection(940),Mrs. Fields Oatmeal Raisin(945),Reese's NutRageous(949),Maze-ola(974),Botch-Gard/Scotch-Gard Fabric Protector(992),Selsun Boo(1033),Ultra Brite Cool Mint(1067),Huggies Pull-Ups Training Pants(1071),Bisquick All-Purpose Baking Mix(1122 & 2291),Minute Maid Premium Orange Juice-Original(Frozen)(1136),Drano Clog Remover(1151),..(Girl Scouts Caramel deLites)(1209),Dunkin' Donuts Coffee-Original Blend(1215),Neosporin-Original(1266),Super Poligrip-Original(1268),Tropicana Pure Premium 100% Pure and Natural Orange Juice-No Pulp Original(1324),Jell-O Gelatin Packs(1453),Chicken of the Sea Solid White Tuna in Water(1894),Poland Spring(1898),Ritz Crackers(1926),Funko POP!(Bobblehead)(1965), Taco Bell Taco Supreme(2314),This series was never actually released,even though a large quantity was printed,and no album or checklist exists for it(3008),StarKist Chunk Light Tuna in Water(3418),This series was only released in an extremely limited quantity to test the market(3602), Tropicana Orange Juice(3612), and...,also available in a sketch card variation called "Sugar Botties"(3857).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 21, 2016, 10:46:12 AM
Here's the new Wacky Holiday postcards-HP01:Leg-Ow (Lego Bucket),  HP02:Silky Putty (Silly Putty-The Original)  HP03: The Turfs (The Smurfs)-originally intended for 2014 S1,  MP04: Tapeworm MRI's (Pretzel M & M's). There's also a My Little Bony toy, as well.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 13, 2017, 06:35:38 PM
Regarding the last "a" on my Dec.17 post,let me explain my reason for this one. Unlike other sketch cards,which use either the established Wacky names and/or characters, this one is different because it doesn't use either one and it doesn't exist in any other form. It's literally unique and, therefore,I think it deserves to be mentioned. Who knows? Maybe it's only a once-in-a-lifetime thing,maybe it isn't-but if any more are done like this one, they should be recognized also. Do you follow me here,Mitch?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 25, 2017, 08:01:13 PM
More that I couldn't fit in the last time! Was going to be remade in the 1970s as "Muddy Way"(58), Jell-O Gelatin Dessert/Was going to be remade in the 1970s as "Smell-O Gelatin Dessert"(97), Was going to be remade in the 1970s as "Gab"(136),Vicks Sinex 12 Hour Nasal Spray/Originally done in the 1970s and was going to be "Yicks Spine-X Navel Spray"(563),...;originally was going to be "Pest"(461),Originally was going to be "Seven Fleas Sneezer Dressing"(Seven Seas Caesar Dressing)(575),Originally was going to be "Dr. Holes Felt Torn Bads"(Dr. Scholl's Felt Toe Pads)(620),...;also was previously done in the 1970s with different design and was going to be "Gallstones Minuscule Vitamins"(Flintstones Multiple Vitamins)(695),Originally done in the 1970s with different design and was going to be "Waritos Shrapnel Chips-Toasted Corn"(776),Originally done in the 1970s with different design and was going to be "Canada Fly Injured Ale"(1026),Originally done in the 1970s and was going to be "Moobiloil"(Mobiloil)(1375),Originally done in the 1970s and was going to be "Lard"(2042) and...,also was going to be remade in the 1970s as "Fan-Gassed-Quik"(3754).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on January 27, 2017, 07:57:15 AM
Mike - thanks for the updates, as always your enthusiasm is appreciated.

However, before I add all these "was going to be remade" entries, can you tell me where you got this information?

And I'm not putting in references to sketch cards, they're unique items that I'm not interested in cataloguing. I'm sure there are other 'new' Wackys-as-sketch-cards out there. I know we list lots of rare items but truly one-of-a-kind things like sketches aren't where I focus.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 31, 2017, 07:04:38 PM
Mitch,the "remade" ones were based on rough art I found on lostwackys.com,just like all the others. All of it is by Jay Lynch. For an example (also one of Jay's), see 112. Thanks again for your help!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on February 01, 2017, 08:57:13 AM
Ok, everything's all set.

Not sure what to do with My Little Boney toy and other self-produced items. It could open a really big can of worms. For now I'm being selective in which ones I add.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 01, 2017, 10:39:49 AM
Brilliant, Mitch! Only one thing that needs redoing- in 1209 the product is Caramel deLites(I found this out on the Girl Scouts cookie website). Next, 3729 should say ...;mystery plaque only available... . Finally,I know that the My Little Bony toy shouldn't be included, but what about the four Wacky Holiday Postcards that came with it?   Update:I just looked at the postcards on the post about them,and saw that Joe G. was mainly the one who made them. But,I also saw that they were self-produced,too. However,whether you want to put them in or not is up to you.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on February 01, 2017, 01:59:55 PM
Ok, I made those fixes. But I noticed you edited your big 12/17 post on 1/27, around the time I was entering them. You might want to double-check to make sure I caught them all. As I've said, you'd be better off either putting your edits in a separate post or as an addendum to the original.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 01, 2017, 07:47:45 PM
You got them all! But I noticed two that I messed up-...-Jagged Metal Fragments(Doritos Tortilla Chips-Toasted Corn)(776)and ...with different design(1601). Also, either write these as M & M's-2131,2407 and 2413- or write 3840 as M&M's. I don't really know which one is the right way, if any.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 04, 2017, 05:55:39 PM
Just found two more that need changing-Playskool Building Cups(464) and Playskool Alphabet Blocks(548).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 04, 2017, 07:38:36 PM
Here we go again! Remove "in the 1970s"(97,112, and 136), Was going to be remade as "Graveoris Monster Mouthwash and Ghoul Gargle"(120), Originally was going to be "Bombit"(431), Originally was going to be "Pound's Mold Cream(Pond's Cold Cream)(528),remove "...done in the 1970s and"...(563),...either "Seven Tees Green Golfers"(Seven Seas Green Goddess)or...(575),Organ Spray(767), Originally done in the 1970s with different design and was going to be "Piesol"(800),Originally done in the 1970s with different design and was going to be "Glove"(877), Originally done in the 1970s with different design and was going to be "Riskit"(1108),remove parentheses from "with different design"(965 & 1209), Originally done in 1974-75 with different design and was going to be "Potion Slay Tan Hairy Moose Cocktail"(1690), ..."(Water Closet)"... (2992), Maxwell House Regular Grind (no dash)(3776) and ...self produced;based on..."(3843).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 06, 2017, 07:18:33 PM
And again! ...in the 1970s with different design...(1135),It is also unknown why it was cancelled at such a late date.(3008),...cards only and not ...(3265) and ...for 8th series(see above)(3450).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 07, 2017, 05:34:22 PM
Again? You bet! Glass Wax Glass and Metal Cleaner(193), Miss Clairol Hair Color Bath-Creme Formula(195), Faberge' Brut 33(200), Pampers Overnight(214), Listerine Mouthwash(259 & 1029), Baskin Robbins 31(474), Calgonite Formula 211 Dishwashing Detergent(535), ...-Lots of Pulp(1642), Ultra Frite(1697) and Aquaman: Throne of Atlantis(1837).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 08, 2017, 06:50:31 AM
You got it! Frosted Shredded Wheat Spoon Size(953), Eight 'O Clock Coffee Original(1061),  Yuban Traditional Decaffeinated(1287), Pampers Baby Dry(1561) and Pampers Extra Dry(2394).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 15, 2017, 10:24:02 PM
I just thought of these three: Packs in this series were also sold without bubble gum inside for a short time (316), Packs in this series were sold with bubble gum inside, while the two series before it and all other series after it were not. Also, for the first time, the gum was packed in a clear cellophane wrapper to protect the stickers. (906) and This was the only series that was a Jumbo Series and was released with Mega Packs that contained 10 stickers and were sold for $2.00. All of the previous series contained 5 stickers and were sold for $1.00. (1172).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 21, 2017, 10:25:19 AM
And this one- The original art on the front of the box said "Bent On Destroying Your Lungs Beyond Repair" and the Surgeon General's warning said "Warning: The Surgeon General Has Determined That Smoking Bent Cigarettes Is Dangerous To Your Health". (202).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on February 24, 2017, 10:57:15 AM
Ok, all set except this one:

> Organ Spray(767)

It's "Organspray" on the ANS2 checklist, which is what I always go by.

I don't know if any of the recent items like Jay's fundraising set or the (in my opinion awful) limited political cards should be part of the spreadsheet.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Joe G. on February 24, 2017, 11:37:19 AM
Ok, all set except this one:

> Organ Spray(767)

It's "Organspray" on the ANS2 checklist, which is what I always go by.

I don't know if any of the recent items like Jay's fundraising set or the (in my opinion awful) limited political cards should be part of the spreadsheet.

Mitch, interesting question about including PoD in the master list.  Since it's really a GPK/Wacky combo set, I'd say it doesn't have to be included.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 24, 2017, 01:54:13 PM
Brilliant, Mitch, brilliant! Only one thing needs to be fixed and that's only because I didn't make it too clear- ..."Waritos Shrapnel Chips-Jagged Metal Fragments"(Doritos Tortilla Chips-Toasted Corn)(776). Hope this can be done fast. Also, Faberge Brut 33 (200) needs a dash on top of the "e" at the end. I put in an apostrophe because it was the closest that I could get. If that could be fixed fast, too, that would be great!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 24, 2017, 02:00:20 PM
I just found one more-Shake 'N Bake Chicken-Original Flavor(203).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 27, 2017, 05:09:48 PM
And another one- Originally intended for 12th series. (2825). There's a comma at the end of this sentence and it should be a period.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 28, 2017, 06:23:22 PM
I really like the new typeface you've used on the spreadsheet, Mitch. Parts of it (especially the ones with more than one line) still need work,though. Hope they'll be done soon.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on March 06, 2017, 10:06:25 AM
I hadn't realized there was an inconsistent font. I just made it all Arial, for lack of anything better. Everything else has been updated, thanks for your attention to detail!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 06, 2017, 10:38:57 AM
Forgot this one-...with different design and was...(1375). Hope this can be put in quickly.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 14, 2017, 09:13:54 PM
Found another one-...;this name was later used in 2015 S1 with different design (see below) (557). Also, which Wacky of Hefty Trash Bags did Jay Lynch do-Heavy from the 10th series(387) or Hippy from the 14th series(520)? I say this because I found on lostwackys.com one of his black and white roughs for "Shifty Trashy Bags" and I'd like to know which one it was so that I can give you a Note for the Spreadsheet. The artwork for this does resemble Hippy, but I'd like to be sure that it's the right one. Anyone out there know which one it is?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 15, 2017, 11:35:43 AM
And another one-..."Seven Tees Green Golfers Divot Dressing" (Seven Seas Green Goddess Dressing)...(575).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 15, 2017, 11:42:41 AM
Just to clarify, the Note that I asked about last night is Originally was going to be "Shifty Trashy Bags", but I still don't know which one of these numbers is the right one-387 or 520. Hope this can be solved quickly and to everyone's satisfaction.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 16, 2017, 11:41:34 AM
Yes, another one-Originally was going to be "Grease's Peanut Butter Cud" (441).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 19, 2017, 12:24:18 PM
After thinking it over, I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that this is the right one-Originally was going to be "Shifty Trashy Bags" (520).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 21, 2017, 02:06:01 PM
But wait,there's more! Originally intended for ANS3 with different design and was going to be "Honka Picky Stix" (Wonka Pixy Stix) (2255), ...than regular card; originally intended... (2265-2270), ...as a sticker (see above) (3450), Joe G. (3837-3840) and ...for ANS8 as part of the subset... (3842).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 30, 2017, 07:07:40 PM
More again! ...the Surgeon General's warning on the side of the box...(202), ...on the front of the box(203 & 700), ...(only the year was changed)(621), ..."Snotsages In A Blanket"(1257), The names of the three subsets for this series were announced but never actually used on the card backs.(1970),  A 2011 calendar based on the second book (and with the same title as the book) was planned but never made.(3666-3669) and 1970s gag gift painting...(3783).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 30, 2017, 07:17:16 PM
I've got six questions.   1) Does anyone know which ANS Dracky Packages (2283) was intended for (if any)?   2)2461-2465 were also done as oversized stickers (5'' by 7'') for the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con. Mitch, do you think these should be put in, just to be complete?   3)Does anyone know which series Beastball (second version) (3159) was intended for (if any)?   4)Does anyone know which series Irvings Soap (3781) was intended for (if any)?     5)Was Orgeo (3782) a 1970s gag gift paiinting for one of the editors at Topps, like Ovary Show (3783) was? If so, did Norm Saunders paint it, too, or was it done by someone else?      6)Does anyone know which series Runny Face-Goopy Ape (3790) was intended for (if any), or when it was made?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: RawGoo on March 31, 2017, 03:57:34 AM
I thought Dracky Packages was intended for the postcards.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: koduck on March 31, 2017, 08:57:48 AM
I thought Dracky Packages was intended for the postcards.

That's correct. Dracky Packages was supposed to be for the 1st series of wacky postcards.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 31, 2017, 03:23:36 PM
Thanks, Neil. Since the other two parodies from that series were each meant for two separate ANS, I thought this one was,too. That takes care of one of the six questions, now to take care of the other five!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on March 31, 2017, 03:37:12 PM
2)2461-2465 were also done as oversized stickers (5' by 7') for the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con. Mitch, do you think these should be put in, just to be complete?   
I think you mean 5" x 7"
also, were these actually re-released in 2016 as stickers? or were they just leftover cards from 2015.
I don't know anyone that bought the sets at the 2016 SDCC to know for sure.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 31, 2017, 03:55:51 PM
I've seen the 2016 SDCC Wackys listed on Jeff Allender's House of Checklists, a website that has just about anything you can imagine.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on March 31, 2017, 04:04:32 PM
I've seen the 2016 SDCC Wackys listed on Jeff Allender's House of Checklists, a website that has just about anything you can imagine.
yes, and he just pulls those in from elsewhere or from what people tell him. They're not always correct. Which I don't think it is in this case.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 31, 2017, 05:23:33 PM
I know what you mean; on his MA:Occupation list he says that the Attacky Packages Old School promo cards have foil versions and I've been told by someone from here that they don't. Speaking of that, does anyone know just how I can get on his site's e-mail? I've got a list of checklists that I'd like to ask him to put on it (many of them Wacky ones),but when i click "E-mail me" on the site, nothing happens! I'd really like to get these things on there. Can anyone help?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on April 04, 2017, 06:25:47 AM
> 2461-2465 were also done as oversized stickers (5'' by 7'') for the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con.

Yeah, I'd be surprised if these existed. I would've gone for a set if they did!

Everything else is all set. Any other worthy notes from the sleuthing thread, Mike?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: koduck on April 04, 2017, 08:50:57 AM
I know what you mean; on his MA:Occupation list he says that the Attacky Packages Old School promo cards have foil versions and I've been told by someone from here that they don't.

That is incorrect. Yes, there are foil versions of the Attacky Packages Old School subset.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 04, 2017, 12:16:04 PM
> 2461-2465 were also done as oversized stickers (5'' by 7'') for the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con.

Yeah, I'd be surprised if these existed. I would've gone for a set if they did!

Everything else is all set. Any other worthy notes from the sleuthing thread, Mike?
Well, according to Neil on the previous post before this one, it should be...;one per deluxe order;also found as a foil card (3740-3742).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: RawGoo on April 04, 2017, 04:17:40 PM
Well, according to Neil on the previous post before this one, it should be...;one per deluxe order;also found as a foil card (3740-3742).

The expensive orders included a complete set of the foils; packs included single foils as random pulls.  All 10 definitely exist as foils!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 04, 2017, 07:33:04 PM
Thirteen,if you count the OLDSs.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 05, 2017, 08:38:40 PM
Mitch, I just did some looking and found out that the 2016 SDCC oversized stickers did exist. In fact, there's a post about them on here in General Wacky Packages Discussion on page 2. It's called SDCC 2016 Wacky Exclusives-NOT!! So it looks like you've got two more things to put in now-this and the Attacky Packages Old Schools having foil versions.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on April 05, 2017, 08:45:20 PM
Mitch, I just did some looking and found out that the 2016 SDCC oversized stickers did exist. In fact, there's a post about them on here in General Wacky Packages Discussion on page 2. It's called SDCC 2016 Wacky Exclusives-NOT!!
Hmmmm.
And what do you think the *NOT* in my thread title there means?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 05, 2017, 08:52:41 PM
OK,sorry about that. I was under the impression that the 2015 ones were postcards and the 2016 ones were stickers. That's why I thought they were different versions,and thus the latter ones should be put in here. The first release was one thing and the second one was another. It's not like there haven't been multiple versions of Wackys in here before. I figured that they existed and so deserve a mention as part of Wacky history, even if it was a relatively minor one.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on April 05, 2017, 09:04:38 PM
OK,sorry about that. I was under the impression that the 2015 ones were postcards and the 2016 ones were stickers. That's why I thought they were different versions,and thus the latter ones should be put in here. The first release was one thing and the second one was another. It's not like there haven't been multiple versions of Wackys in here before. I figured that they existed and so deserve a mention as part of Wacky history, even if it was a relatively minor one.
yeah, it really sounded like there was going to be something at SDCC and even if they weren't new, they'd at least be stickers instead of postcards.
I've just never seen any proof that they were actually made though. I just think it's best to leave it off the list until verified.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 06, 2017, 08:52:35 AM
OK, you win. I can see where you're coming from.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 07, 2017, 12:43:56 PM
Mitch, I just found out that the 50th Anniversary Master Checklist is finished on its post. Just put it on here, and I''ll take care of the real products (since it looks like the majority of them are made up ones). Also, I think that the 2017 MLB Wacky postcards are available as well.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 12, 2017, 01:11:21 PM
Got some more-Sucrets Sore Throat Lozenges (225), Maybelline Cake Mascara-Sable Brown (226) and Dove Bar-Milk Chocolate (667).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on May 09, 2017, 09:00:05 AM
Ok, everything's updated including the 50th Anniversary set. However, I still need the real products - Mike, if you would do the honors.

Also, I suppose we should add the 2017 MLB Opening Day subset. Anyone have a list of those?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 10, 2017, 12:01:24 PM
I just got the Old School and the cereals done and I should have the apps soon. The majority, I think, are made up products. The MLB Wackys are on a post called 2017 MLB Wacky Packages in General Wacky Packages Discussion. Also, don't forget the new Lost Wackys Series 3!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: sco(o)t on May 10, 2017, 01:08:24 PM
I just got the Old School and the cereals done and I should have the apps soon. The majority, I think, are made up products. The MLB Wackys are on a post called 2017 MLB Wacky Packages in General Wacky Packages Discussion. Also, don't forget the new Lost Wackys Series 3!

The products are made up but all based on actual video games/smartphone apps.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 11, 2017, 12:43:23 PM
Okay, thanks, Scot. Now I know that all that I need to get done are the apps and video games. In the meantime, Mitch, here's what I've got so far:    Old School:   Arthur Treacher's Fish & Chips    The Laughing Cow Babybel Cheese-Bonbel      Cap'n Crunch's Crunch Berries    Hot Wheels Sizzlers      Ty-D-bol Toilet Bowl Cleaner    Sweet N' Low       Orville Redenbacher's Gourmet Popping Corn    NyQuil     Highlights for Children    Dow Bathroom Cleaner with Scrubbing Bubbles (2140-2149)    Wacky Cereals:      Cap'n Crunch     Honey Nut Cheerios     Kellogg's Raisin Bran     All-Bran      Franken Berry     Fruity Pebbles     Lucky Charms     Golden Crisp    Life (2150-2159).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 14, 2017, 12:03:11 PM
Found some more-Bazooka's Big Buddy-Fruit (229), Barrelhead Root Beer-Draft Style (3569) and French's People Crackers For Dogs (3570).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 14, 2017, 03:45:19 PM
More Notes: Originally was going to be either "Krazy Kreme" or "Kreepy Kreme" (the latter was later used in ANS7 with different design (see below)) (782) Originally intended for ANS2 with different design (see above) (1225), This Wacky first mentioned Oct Tentacle Care (1367) on the back of the card before it was ever released (see below) (1276), This Wacky was first mentioned on the back of Octivia (1276) (see above) (1367), Originally intended for ANS2 with different design (see above) (1426) and Originally intended for 16th series with different design (see above) (1929).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 14, 2017, 04:12:37 PM
Here's all the Lost Wackys 3rd Series real names for the Wackys that haven't been officially released yet:   Johnson's Baby Powder   Dumbo-Originally intended for lost 1992 series   Disney's DuckTales-Originally intended for lost 1992 series   Butterfinger   Captain Underpants   Comet-Wacky Can Labels   View Master Mickey Look Viewer-Originally intended for lost 1992 series   Family Circle- Originally intended for lost 1992 series   Orville Redenbacher's Gourmet Popping Corn-Butter   Sesame Street Magazine-Originally intended for 11th series and was going to be "Salami Street Magazine", then was intended for lost 1992 series under its current name   Lay's Potato Chips   House & Garden-Originally intended for lost 1992 series   McCormick Pure Gourmet Black Pepper-Originally done in the 1970s   Miracle Whip  Mr. Clean   Non-Sport Update   Wonka Pixy Stix-Originally intended for ANS3   Purell Hand Sanitizer   Woman's Day-Originally intended for 11th series   Swanson Chicken Pot Pie-Originally intended for ANS1.   Also, does anyone know the real name for this one-Jkrorznpol's Foreign Alphabet Soup? Or is this one a made up product? Help will be appreciated! If anyone wants to know what it looks like, go to one of Greg's two sites, click on either All Other Series(in wackypackages.org) or Images and Information by Series(in wackypacks.com) (depending on which one you choose) and you'll find it in the section titled Unpublished (Lost) Wackys Series 3-2011.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 17, 2017, 07:57:55 PM
Can anyone please post pictures of the 9 apps stickers and 9 video games stickers from the 50th Anniversary Series? I can't seem to find any pictures of  individual stickers on eBay to get pictures like I sometimes can do and I don't know where else to look. This way, I can get the real names for them quicker.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 17, 2017, 08:02:29 PM
The products are made up but all based on actual video games/smartphone apps.
Scot, you said that the apps are smartphone apps. Are the video games smartphone video games, too? Also, does anyone know if any Wackys in any of the other subsets are based on real products as well? Or is what I've done so far and will be doing soon pretty much it?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 21, 2017, 10:27:37 PM
Got some more! Swiss Miss Instant Cocoa Mix (224), Sealtest Light 'n Lively Yogurt (227), Head & Shoulders Lotion Shampoo (228), Accent Monosodium Glutamate (231 & 3753), Farina Hot Wheat Cereal (233), Purell Hand Sanitizer (1138 & 1445) and Swiss Miss Hot Cocoa Mix-Milk Chocolate (1148).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 28, 2017, 07:36:46 PM
Found another entry for Lost Wackys Series 3-Pine Bros. Natural Throat Drops-Originally done in the 1970s; only available in this series as a promo card.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on June 06, 2017, 06:45:43 AM
Added the 2017 Opening Day set - all made up products, right?

Lost Wackys 3 is a total scam (as opposed to the first two, which were dubious but at least had legitimate distribution initially). It's clearly fabricated in an effort to gouge collectors. I'm not adding it.

I think "see below/above" should not be used, rather point to the specific series. I replaced them all.

How's it going with the 50th Anniversary series real products/people/etc?

Everything's up to date. Don't edit old posts after I do my updates, I'll miss those changes.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 06, 2017, 05:01:16 PM
Just got your post, Mitch. Actually, 2741-2749 should have the team name as the real name, just like most of the products in the MLB series. Now, to be honest, I'm having a little trouble with the 50th Anniversary series. How do I go about doing this? For example, do I list the TV and Movie subsets based on the TV shows and movies they're based on? If so, that I can do. I've also asked for help in a previous post in identifying the Apps and Video Games (which, as far as I know are all smartphone versions) because I can't find any pictures on eBay of stickers to find out what they are and I don't have a smartphone or know that much about them, so based on that, I'm only taking pot-shots in the dark. I put out a post on May 17th to get pictures of them, but so far, no luck. Hey everybody, a little help here,please-pretty please?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 06, 2017, 07:39:50 PM
Okay, I'm going out on a limb here. Movies: the Hobbit trilogy   the Harry Potter film series   the Evil Dead trilogy   Suicide Squad   the Toho Godzilla series   the modern Star Trek film series   the Popeye cartoons   the Alvin and the Chipmunks film series   the Nightmare on Elm Street series (2065-2073) TV: Inside Amy Schumer   The Simpsons   My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic   Spongebob Squarepants   Wabbit   The Big Bang Theory   Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers   Dragonball Z   Family Feud (2092-2100). If anything is wrong with this, please let me know.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on June 07, 2017, 05:29:43 PM
I've also asked for help in a previous post in identifying the Apps and Video Games (which, as far as I know are all smartphone versions) because I can't find any pictures on eBay of stickers to find out what they are and I don't have a smartphone or know that much about them
I think all of the subsets can still be found listed on eBay. search "wacky packages 50th set XXXX", and fill in the XXXX
Here's the Apps eBay auction: #272690818645,
here's the Video games eBay auction: #322478592798
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 08, 2017, 08:43:18 PM
Well, it wasn't easy, but here's two more:Apps:   Candy Crush Saga   Five Nights at Freddy's   Apples to Apples   eBay   Pokemon Go   Super Mario Brothers   Sonic the Hedgehog   Pac-Man   Lara Croft, Tomb Raider (2029-2037)     Video Games:   Donkey Kong   Princess Peach   The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wind   Kirby   Megaman ZX   South Park: The Fractured but Hole   Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain   Dark Souls III: The Fire Fades   Overwatch: Origins Edition (2101-2109).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 09, 2017, 02:54:04 AM
Got some more! Mason Dots (250), Mason Black Crows (310), 6 color variations... (3696) and Lost Gum (pink and yellow) (3985 & 3986).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 13, 2017, 11:51:09 AM
Two more again! Music: Beyonce' (1 & 2)   Taylor Swift (3 & 4)   Lady Gaga   Ariana Grande   Meghan Trainor   One Direction   Red Hot Chili Peppers (2074-2082)     MLB 2017:  Boston Red Sox   Chicago Cubs (or White Sox, I don't know which)   Texas Rangers   Kansas City Royals   Arizona Diamondbacks   Chicago White Sox (or Cubs; again, I don't know which)   Cincinnati Reds   Seattle Mariners   Made Up Product (I guess; once again, I don't know for sure about this one either. Is it supposed to be MLB Draft Root Beer, or something like that?)(2741-2749)
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 13, 2017, 02:02:50 PM
Another one! Crazy Pop Culture: Hello Kitty   The Adventures of Captain Underpants   Grossery (I'm not sure about this one-can anyone help me out?)   Peanuts   the Batman   the Joker  the Flash   Wonder Woman   Tarzan (2057-2064).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 13, 2017, 08:20:08 PM
And yet another! Celebrity: Katy Perry   Britney Spears   Miley Cyrus   Adam Levine   Blake Shelton   Kylie Jenner   Jennifer Lawrence   Zac Efron   Bill Gates (2038-2046)
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 13, 2017, 08:34:15 PM
One more! Politics: Donald Trump (1-3)   Hillary Clinton (4-6)   Bernie Sanders   Ted Cruz   Brexit (2083-2091). There, that's the last one!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 14, 2017, 07:35:07 AM
Mitch, did you put in the five Wackys from the Jay Lynch tribute set yet? If not, then I think that they should go in as well.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 16, 2017, 01:32:59 PM
You got it! ...its current name with different design or...(1669) & One Silver card with a Hawaiian Punks medallion inserted in it by mistake is known to exist.(2161).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 25, 2017, 04:01:19 PM
Mitch, do you think you should include the new Creepy Containers and Wicked Packages stickers by Smokin' Joe?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 03, 2017, 01:15:30 PM
More again! Tootsie Dots (737, 2460 & 2561) and ...for that series. (2984).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 05, 2017, 07:41:18 PM
You guessed it! Stafford's Office Mucilage (Glue) (245), ...before it was even released (1278) and Arthur Treachers'... (2140).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 07, 2017, 02:17:08 AM
Yep! One-A-Day Multiple Vitamins (255), True Filter Cigarettes (257), Tato Skins-Cheddar Cheese n' Bacon (652) and There were two other Wackys intended for this subset-"Ironed Man" (Iron Man (Non-Topps)) and "Avatart" (Avatar)-that were never released. (1385).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on August 08, 2017, 12:43:05 PM
Mason Dots/ Mason Black Crows: Mason, the company, was purchased by Tootsie Roll in 1972. No 'Mason' at the time of Wacky release. You also suggested "Tootsie Dots" but I just don't think it's part of the product name.

> do you think you should include the new Creepy Containers and Wicked Packages stickers by Smokin' Joe?

No.

> Mitch, did you put in the five Wackys from the Jay Lynch tribute set yet? If not, then I think that they should go in as well.

Give me the details.

>  Arthur Treachers'

Nope, it's "Arthur Treacher's". Google it.

Everything else is updated. Thanks!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 08, 2017, 02:51:33 PM
Good going,Mitch! Only two things wrong: in 1385, the statement about the two missing Wackys from the Go to the Movies subset should be moved to the Notes section (where the T in There should be capitalized, too) and in 2150-2159 the real names should be removed because they were done earlier in the Cereal and OLDS subsets. Also, just learned this one last night when I saw it in a a local Wal-Mart: Shrek Forever After: The Final Chapter (1382). Finally, here are the Jay Lynch Tribute Wackys:   7 ) Mushmallow Flunk by David Gross   8 ) Shrunken Donuts by Smokin' Joe   9 ) Pupsi by Fred Wheaton   10 ) Schnozmopolitan by JungHwa Im   11 ) DeLinquent Spinach by Neil Camera. Plus, a Note for these should mention that cards #1-6 in this set were newly done Garbage Pail Kids characters that were also done by other artists who did artwork for the Garbage Pail Kids cards. Finally, I think that all 11 of these cards were done in memory of Jay after his death, but I'm not sure. If you need more info, you can find it at the post "Wacky Packages Print on Demand Master Checklist". It'll be at the next-to-last section, which is called "Jay Lynch Tribute Set Master Checklist and Visual Guide". If you could put these last few in, that would be great! Thanks a lot!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 13, 2017, 11:55:17 AM
Got some more! Arrid Spray Deodorant (107), Viceroy Filter Cigarettes (114), ..."Gun-A-Day Bullet Shaped Vitamins" (255), Play-Doh Modeling Compound (258) and Arrid Extra Dry Anti-Perspirant Spray (261). Also, could someone please help me figure out how to remove the emoji on my last post? I didn't put it on there, I don't know how it got there and it wasn't on the post when I made it. Don't get me wrong; it's not that I don't like them, it's just that I don't do them.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on August 13, 2017, 12:46:30 PM
Got some more! Arrid Spray Deodorant (107), Viceroy Filter Cigarettes (114), Play-Doh Modeling Compound (258) and Arrid Extra Dry Anti-Perspirant Spray (261). Also, could someone please help me figure out how to remove the emoji on my last post? I didn't put it on there, I don't know how it got there and it wasn't on the post when I made it. Don't get me wrong; it's not that I don't like them, it's just that I don't do them.
you actually did put the emoji there when you typed the"8" followed by the close parenthesis ")". 8)
insert a space or something to change it
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 22, 2017, 07:20:54 PM
Here we go!...(Non-Topps (Lost 1)) (82), Peter Pan Peanut Butter-Smooth (262), ...(Posters) (336), Another series of Wacky Cereal boxes (complete with enclosed packs and matching stickers) was announced for this series as an Topps Online Store exclusive, but it was never made. They would have been: Asparagus Jacks (C1), Blazin' Bran (C2), Klix (C3), Alpha Bats (C4), Trux (C5), Fiber Won (C6), Lucky Germs (C7), Flustered Flakes (C8) and Special DK Undead Berries (C9). (1763) and ...Feb. 2010,.. (2461).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 24, 2017, 01:26:12 PM
Again! ...but without a "k"... (729), (1982 Album series) (831, 840 & 1200),1,169 and 5''x 7'' postcard size (2741-2749), ...lost 1992 series with different design and, if so, was going to be... (3018), Arnold Bran'nola 12 Grain Bread (3401), 10''x 14'' and 5''x 7'' (3665-3674) and ...and possibly would have had the same bonus stickers that the book had. (3825-3828).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 07, 2017, 02:50:15 PM
Here's another set!   2017 Fall TV Preview:  1) Bar Trek: Distillery (Star Trek: Discovery)   2) The Overkill (The Orville)   3) The Flush (The Flash)   4) Riverjail (Riverdale)   5) Young Shell-don (Young Sheldon)   6) Will & Grapes (Will & Grace)   7) The Vice (The Voice).   
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 10, 2017, 03:05:40 AM
Found out this one at last! The Grossery Gang (2058).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 16, 2017, 05:29:44 PM
Got some more! Alka-Seltzer Fast Relief (934), remove the number 1 from Dirty Bathroom crudder (2149), Fruity Pebbles (2155), Cap'n Crunch's Crunch Berries (2159), ...(blue wrapper) (2323), and ...and not stickers. (3424).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 25, 2017, 12:57:29 PM
Here's another one-Parliament Recessed Filter (268).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 04, 2017, 06:23:56 AM
And another one! Purina Lucky Dog (3408).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 09, 2017, 11:44:15 AM
You guessed it! Progresso Soup-Vegetable Classics (958).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 16, 2017, 08:05:34 PM
Yep! ...(1982 Album series) (831, 840 & 1200).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 17, 2017, 08:29:20 PM
Right on! ...as #52 of a series of 96 promo cards that ran from 1994-2015. (4000) and ...as #66 of the above-mentioned series;... (4001).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 17, 2017, 08:49:51 PM
You left out one bonus in the Lost 1 section: Lost Gum (green) (3950). After this one, all you need to do then is change the following numbers as needed. Also do you think that, in the same section, you should mention that some stickers were first released with altered art and then rereleased with the correct art? If so, then the ones that were rereleased were Buggies, Nastee Crush, Antenmann's, Hawaiian Punks, Mixwell Hearse, Gooya, Mr. Potato Famine, The Little Barmaid, Pig Pen, Garbage Pail Kids, Fool-Aid and Tushie Roll.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 19, 2017, 09:27:21 AM
Just found another one-(Non-Topps) (82)
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on October 20, 2017, 07:40:50 AM
> (1982 Album series) (831, 840 & 1200)

Not sure what your objection is, the entry says "same as 1982 Album series" to indicate the source of the altered text.

> 2017 Fall TV Preview

Is this part of the Print-on-demand series? I'm not handling tracking those. A bit of an arbitrary decision, I suppose, but that's where I'm at.

> Fruity Pebbles (2155), Cap'n Crunch's Crunch Berries (2159)

No, you were right earlier that these oversized cards are all present in the 50th series and don't need real product entries.

> Lost Gum (green)

I don't think this is distinct from Lost Gum (yellow) as what I call 'yellow' is really 'yellow-green'. I can change the designation, or am I wrong and there's a different yellow gum and green gum?

> you should mention that some stickers were first released with altered art and then re-released with the correct art

Good idea, done.

Everything else is caught up, thanks as always!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 21, 2017, 01:49:45 PM
Great job, Mitch! Only one thing wrong-the Note for the non-made Wacky Cereals should be on 1762 (ANS11), not 1763 (2014 S1). Also, if you look on the post LOST WACKYS that Hipton started, it mentions Lost Gum (green) in the section "Bonuses provided w/replacements". It was Pat who sent that info to Hipton based on her notes on the subject. So if you could just fix all that, then we're in! One more thing: it turns out you were right-the Fall TV Preview Wackys were Print-on-Demand ones after all. Sorry about that.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on October 21, 2017, 04:00:53 PM
> should be on 1762 (ANS11), not 1763 (2014 S1)

Fixed.

I'll follow up on the Lost Gum (green) in that thread.

Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 23, 2017, 12:41:51 PM
Just found some more: (Music Television) (792) (this one goes in the Real Website section after MTV.com), (Entertainment Sports and Programming Network) (800) (this one goes in the Real Website section after ESPN), ...either "Garbage Pail Seniors" or "Germy Pale Kids" (1041), ...$2.00 a pack. & ...$1.00 a pack. (1172), Included with limited edition only (2557) and Originally intended for ANS4...(2575).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on November 07, 2017, 05:55:18 AM
This is all set.

Do we have any lingering issues left?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 07, 2017, 10:39:57 AM
You forgot to put in the "either" in "was going to be either..." in 1041. Also, change 647 to Bambi. Next, 1762 should say " The stickers would have been..." . Finally, 2984 should say "...for that series." Other than that, I can't think of anything else.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on November 08, 2017, 05:38:14 AM
Ok, thanks for catching those little details.

Re: Bambo - I think we should consider it a mash-up of Bambi and Rambo, it effectively parodies both films.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 08, 2017, 10:53:44 AM
Just found another one: 1041 should be ..."was going to be either "Garbage Pail Seniors", "Germy Pale Kids" or " Gentle Plain Kids" (for the last one, see ANS11)".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 08, 2017, 12:45:23 PM
Ok, thanks for catching those little details.

Re: Bambo - I think we should consider it a mash-up of Bambi and Rambo, it effectively parodies both films.
I think that you may be right. This raises one question, however-what would Bambo's real name then be? Do you think that it should be listed as having two real names? If so, then that would be a first (and, as far as I know, last and only).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on November 08, 2017, 06:08:19 PM
Yes, I listed both names.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 09, 2017, 11:26:38 AM
I only saw one name on 647. Also, 1041, 1762 and 2984 need to be changed. Just thought you should know in case you forgot.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 09, 2017, 03:27:08 PM
I was looking at another post and saw a mention of Doomstone (Tombstone Frozen Pizza) that seems to have done by Jay Lynch. Is this something that should be put in, Mitch, or not?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on November 09, 2017, 04:06:16 PM
> I only saw one name on 647. Also, 1041, 1762 and 2984 need to be changed. Just thought you should know in case you forgot.

Everything's been updated, you might need to refresh your copy of the spreadsheet.

I listed the Bambi/Rambo in alphabetical order.

Not sure what you're referring to with "Doomstone", is it a sketch that never made it?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 09, 2017, 04:41:33 PM
I'm looking at the spreadsheet on the tablet of a friend and see this: the Real Name section of Bambo mentions only Rambo: First Blood Part II, but not Bambi (it should say "Bambi or Rambo: First Blood Part II"), the Notes in 1041 should say "...was going to be either "Garbage Pail Seniors",  "Germy Pale Kids" or "Gentle Plain Kids" (for the last one, see ANS11)", the Notes in 1762 should say "The stickers would have been:..." and "...for that series." in the Notes in 2984 should have a period after "series". I may be wrong and if I am, I'm sorry.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 09, 2017, 05:27:47 PM
> I only saw one name on 647. Also, 1041, 1762 and 2984 need to be changed. Just thought you should know in case you forgot.

Everything's been updated, you might need to refresh your copy of the spreadsheet.

I listed the Bambi/Rambo in alphabetical order.

Not sure what you're referring to with "Doomstone", is it a sketch that never made it?
I saw Doomstone mentioned on one of the recent posts of "NFL Picks Against the Spread". It was August 29, 2017 and I kinda-sorta remember seeing a finished picture of it somewhere, but I can't remember where I saw it. As I said before, its real name was Tombstone Frozen Pizza. Can anyone help me out on this one?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 09, 2017, 08:03:36 PM
I just thought of something: the Notes in 1762 actually should say: " The stickers (and boxes) would have been...".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 10, 2017, 05:05:31 AM
I saw Doomstone mentioned on one of the recent posts of "NFL Picks Against the Spread". It was August 29, 2017 and I kinda-sorta remember seeing a finished picture of it somewhere, but I can't remember where I saw it.
Got some more again! Originally was going to be one of the six bonus stickers for Flashback 2 (650, 657, 661, 662, 663 & 666), Originally was going to be Hurtz Tomato Ketchup (sticker version) (3359) and Originally was going to be IOU Magazine (3379). If you can please put the previous a's and c's in with these, then we're in!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 19, 2017, 11:54:37 AM
Finally! At last! Here it is! The moment you've been waiting for! OLD SCHOOL 6!  Bully Beer (Billy Beer)   Ugh! Stickers (Ugly Stickers)   Shanka Coffee (Sanka Regular Grind)   Vague Magazine (Vogue)   Haunt's Moanwich Sandwitch Sauce (Hunt's Manwich Sandwich Sauce)   Unliving World Habifail Deluxe Death Set (Living World Habitrail Deluxe Set)   Fruit Brew (Fruit Brute)   Toblebone (Toblerone)   Abba-Caba (Abba-Zaba)   Holly Hobble (Holly Hobbie)   Super Elastic Prison Plastic (Super Elastic Bubble Plastic)   Monster Brau (Meister Brau)   LaMe Cigarettes (L&M Filter Kings)   Quack (Quake)   Almond Jerk (Almond Joy)/Originally done in ANS8 with different design   Horrora Monster Models-Simplestein: He's Scared of the Dark (Aurora Monster Models-Frankenstein (glow in the dark version))   Beast-Nut (Beech-Nut--Fruit)/Originally done in the 1970s and was going to be "Belch-Not--Picklemint" (Beech-Nut--Spearmint)   McDoofusland Kookies (McDonaldland Cookies)   Drunken Head Spiced Apple Cider Sculpture (Shrunken Head Apple Sculpture)   Ranta (Fanta Orange)   Baldie (Barbie)/Originally done in the 1970s with different design   Lifeboat Disastrous Soap (Lifebuoy Deodorant Soap)   Fla-Vor-Spice (Fla-Vor-Ice)   Krypton Super Spray Paint-Deadly Green (Krylon Spray Paint-Summer Green)   Hacky Package Permanent Tattoos (Wacky Package Tattoos)   Scoopy Sno-Crush Machine (Snoopy Sno-Cone Machine)   Molten Smoulderin' Ale (Molson Golden Ale)   Hissey's Slithering Syrup (Hershey's Chocolate Syrup)   Broke (Coke)   Jerkson's Baby Plaster (Johnson's Baby Powder). I'm using the order that's on Topps.com, in case you're wondering, but if you want to use the order that's in the actual box or something similar, that's okay, too.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 19, 2017, 12:55:23 PM
Just one goof on my part: In 647's Real Product section, it should be Rambo:First Blood Part II. Also, here's some more: Vicks NyQuil (2147) and ...Ice Cream Bars Snack Size (4010).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 20, 2017, 09:23:50 PM
Got another one! ...was going to be "Rookie Crisp-Charred Chips"  (3018).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 02, 2017, 12:45:21 AM
And yet another! Whitman's Sampler Chocolates & Confections (272), Jergens Lotion Mild Soap (273), Hills Bros. Regular Grind Coffee (276) and Camay Beauty Soap-Pink (277).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 06, 2017, 09:03:05 PM
Here's some more, all from the 50th Anniversary series-(Made Up Product) (2029-2046 & 2056-2109 (these go in the Real Product section after each person, product, etc.)) and The Laughing Cow Bonbel Cheese (2141).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 06, 2017, 09:31:31 PM
More from the 50th Anniversary series-The Batman (2060), The Joker (2061), The Flash (2062), The Harry Potter series (2066), The Evil Dead trilogy (2067), The Toho Godzilla series (2069), The modern Star Trek film series (2070), The Popeye theatrical cartoons (2071), The Alvin and the Chipmunks film series (2072) and The Nightmare on Elm Street series (2073). Also, check out the number of posts LOL! 666 with this one! Who'da thunk it?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 06, 2017, 10:40:22 PM
Mitch, do you think you should put in the upcoming Wacky Packages Go to the Movies series when it comes out?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 26, 2017, 04:20:55 PM
Hi, Mitch! Just want to ask three things: how was your holiday, how's the new job going and any progress on my a's and c's yet? I ask the last one because I just made changes to two of the stickers in OLDS6.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 02, 2018, 07:34:43 PM
Got another one! Originally intended for lost 1992 series with different design and was going to be just "Barfie" (908).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 02, 2018, 09:13:54 PM
And yet another! ...but without a "k" between the "c" and the second "l" in the name;... (729).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 04, 2018, 06:10:35 PM
And again! Originally intended for 4th series with different design (386).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 04, 2018, 06:40:40 PM
You bet! Orbit Wintergreen (708), Russell Stover Assorted Chocolates (1113) and South Beach Diet Peanut Butter Snack Bars (1177).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 08, 2018, 06:37:53 AM
If you look on the post "Happy Holidays from the Cameras", there's a Wacky Camera Holiday Card called Minnowta (Minolta) dated 2017. Do you think this should be put in, too?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 08, 2018, 11:12:13 AM
Hi, Mitch! I just got back from Georgia yesterday and the mail came today, but no Halloween Postcards. Now I'm getting worried. Are they on their way even now?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 14, 2018, 03:35:21 PM
I think that 4007 should be Wacky Halloween Postcards 2012 and that the accompanying note should be removed. I say this because I just found out that 2012's wrapper for that product was colored green in the background and I seem to remember that the parody's background color was green, too.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 15, 2018, 08:24:07 AM
Do you think that Lost Gum (green) should be added to the Non-Topps Lost 1 section under Exchange bonus? If so, then it would be 3955.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 15, 2018, 09:07:10 AM
I know that this is probably last-minute, but I think this should be added in: a set of oversized stickers (5"x 7") that came from, and were exclusive to, the 2016 San Diego Comic Con. They are:   1: Decapitatin' Crunch   2: Foulball Flakes   3: Quits   4: Snoot Loops   5: Rice Krispbees. I found this set on the Jeff Allender's House of Checklists website.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on January 15, 2018, 03:08:02 PM
you brought this up in April, and I don't recall there being any proof that these are unique from the 2015 set. likely they were leftover stock.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 15, 2018, 04:23:32 PM
Beside the thing about both of them being released in two separate years, the first set was postcards and the second set was oversized stickers. This isn't the first time that this has happened, either. IIRC, Abrams Books released the second and final printing of their book Wacky Packages in 2009 and a wall calendar for 2010 with the same name in the same year-and they both had the same bonus stickers, with the only difference being the card backs' color (I think one was blue and one was green, but I forget which one was which (and of course, I could be wrong)). The way I see it, the same thing applies here. I also think that they're part of Wacky history (no matter how small) and as such, they should not be ignored. That's just my two cents worth, though. Please forgive me if I've overstepped my bounds. 
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on January 16, 2018, 10:01:04 AM
Agree they would be part of Wacky history - if they exist.
As I said, there's still no proof that these were ever made. No one that went to comic con ever talked about them, and they have never shown up on eBay - like absolutely everything else from there does.
I don't agree with listing items based only on hearsay alone (i.e. Allender's listing)
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 18, 2018, 12:26:26 PM
Got one! Remove "Chunk Light" from 278.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 22, 2018, 11:48:49 AM
Here's two more! (blue border)/(green border)/(orange border)/(red border) and This card's border colors are arranged here from common to rare. (both for 2372-2375).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on January 26, 2018, 08:05:15 AM
All updates have been made. Note that when I added Old School 6, I inserted it and the old row numbers below that point are no longer valid.

> In 647's Real Product section, it should be Rambo:First Blood Part II

It's there, along with Bambi. What's the issue here?

> do you think you should put in the upcoming Wacky Packages Go to the Movies series when it comes out?

Yes.

> ...but without a "k" between the "c" and the second "l" in the name;... (729).

Unnecessarily wordy, the current text is sufficient.

> If you look on the post "Happy Holidays from the Cameras", there's a Wacky Camera Holiday Card called  (Minolta) dated 2017. Do you think this should be put in, too?

Yes. Anyone know if there a 2015 and 2016 entry as well?

> I think that 4007 should be Wacky Halloween Postcards 2012 and that the accompanying note should be removed

No, it wasn't an official Topps Wacky postcard.

> Do you think that Lost Gum (green) should be added to the Non-Topps Lost 1 section under Exchange bonus?

I'm still not convinced this exists. As we discussed, the yellow gum is greenish as well, and I don't recall a new Lost Gum as par of the exchange.

> a set of oversized stickers (5"x 7") that came from, and were exclusive to, the 2016 San Diego Comic Con.

Again, I don't think this exists.

Keep up the great work, Mike! My frequency for updating will continue to stretch out but I'll keep maintaining it.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 26, 2018, 07:28:17 PM
 Great work, just a few boo-boos. 647 should be Part II because that's what the film's title used and what I originally put in the first time. The 2 was a mistake on my part when I asked to put Bambi in. 791 should say Possibly intended for lost 1992 series with different design and,... On 2057,2103 and 2105-2109, remove (Made Up Product) because these are the only ones that are based on real products. I just didn't double-check here. 2070 should be (modern). 2354-2364 should be (red)/(red)/(yellow)/(blue)/-no gum (blue)/(green)/(purple)/(orange)/(red-horizontal)/(yellow)/(blue). 2372-2375 should be (blue border)/(green border)/(orange border)/(red border) and the border colors' explanations should be in the Notes section.  2447 should be (glow in the dark version). In 2779, what exactly is MLB Draft? Is it something like draft root beer, a draft card or what? It's not that clear to me. 3048 should say Possibly intended for... . 3409 should say ...IOU Magazine. You duplicated Hurtz Tomato Ketchup by mistake. Finally, let me explain 4007. Wacky Halloween Postcards 2012 is the real name and everything after self-produced should be removed. Sorry about that one, I guess I wasn't too clear about it. If you can put these in soon, that would be great!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 26, 2018, 08:01:27 PM
Hey Neil, like Mitch said, did you release a Wacky Camera Holiday card for 2015 and 2016? If so, please show me the pictures of them and I'll ask Mitch to put them in the Spreadsheet.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 26, 2018, 09:11:28 PM
Got another one! The Baby-Sitters Club #21: Mallory and the Trouble with Twins (680).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: koduck on January 27, 2018, 04:29:49 AM
Hey Neil, like Mitch said, did you release a Wacky Camera Holiday card for 2015 and 2016? If so, please show me the pictures of them and I'll ask Mitch to put them in the Spreadsheet.

Funny you should ask! I took a break in 2015 and 2016, but here's a snapshot of all the previous Camera holiday cards since 2006.

(https://s13.postimg.org/5vobemvhv/holiday_cameras.jpg) (https://postimg.org/image/5vobemvhv/)
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: vahsurfer on January 27, 2018, 07:34:36 AM
Neil - YOU ROCK!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on January 29, 2018, 12:28:43 PM
> In 2779, what exactly is MLB Draft? Is it something like draft root beer, a draft card or what?

It's spoofing root beer, I added it to the card name. I still don't have these myself!

Everything else is all set. Thanks for the info, Neil!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: koduck on January 29, 2018, 12:51:48 PM
Is this what you're referring to? If so, it was part of a small followup MLB set in 2016-17.

(https://s13.postimg.org/ld420m9eb/wp_mlb_DRAFT.jpg) (https://postimg.org/image/ld420m9eb/)
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on January 29, 2018, 12:53:03 PM
Yeah, that's the one. Those seem to be rare as hen's teeth, just ordered one card of the set of 9 off eBay for $20!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: koduck on January 29, 2018, 12:56:12 PM
Yeah, I managed to get just one, too. I doubt they printed very many...
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: vahsurfer on January 29, 2018, 06:08:52 PM
49 Sets Were Printed - Here is the complete Set


(https://s14.postimg.org/schvwasdp/2017_MLB_Opemning_Day_SET_-_Front.jpg) (https://postimg.org/image/schvwasdp/)

(https://s14.postimg.org/4y9wkdi65/2017_MLB_Opemning_Day_SET_-_Back.jpg) (https://postimg.org/image/4y9wkdi65/)
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 29, 2018, 06:39:10 PM
Just found some more! (restaurant) (1632), (TV show) (1634), red/blue, red/green, blue/red, green/blue, red/green, green/blue, red/green, green/blue, blue/green and red/green (2006-2015), remove (Made Up Product) (2031), blue/silver/red/gold (2160-2169)/silver (extra one in 2161)), Bleak Forest Gloomy Bears (2472), Croca Cola Zero (2491), Hairi-Boo Ghost Bears/Cracker Drac (2555) and (var. 1)/(var. 2) (3219-3220, 3227-3228, 3230-3231, 3232-3233 and 3253-3254). Also, move the notes in 2372-2375 from the Real Products section to the Notes section.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: koduck on January 30, 2018, 06:26:17 AM
49 Sets Were Printed - Here is the complete Set


(https://s14.postimg.org/schvwasdp/2017_MLB_Opemning_Day_SET_-_Front.jpg) (https://postimg.org/image/schvwasdp/)

(https://s14.postimg.org/4y9wkdi65/2017_MLB_Opemning_Day_SET_-_Back.jpg) (https://postimg.org/image/4y9wkdi65/)

Wow, I was thinking they printed a couple hundred! I wonder if anyone managed to complete the set?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on January 30, 2018, 09:46:26 AM
49 Sets Were Printed - Here is the complete Set

Where did you hear they printed only 49 sets? Damn, if I had known it was that few I'd have been all over them as they appeared on eBay.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: vahsurfer on January 30, 2018, 05:14:37 PM
Click on the image - I will actually upload one - Gold embossed in the corner


(https://s14.postimg.org/5oprnhysd/WP-5_-_Front.jpg) (https://postimg.org/image/5oprnhysd/)
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on January 30, 2018, 05:24:54 PM
so what's the deal with these, none of the cards that were recently on eBay had embossed numbers?

(https://s18.postimg.org/3uqvx7eix/s-l1600-24.jpg)
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: drono on January 30, 2018, 07:19:31 PM
What about these? 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/381582166955
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on January 30, 2018, 07:31:59 PM
Those are from the 2016 MLB Wacky set.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on January 31, 2018, 10:27:01 AM
I should look at my own spreadsheet! I noted that, for the Opening Day 2017 cards, 49 sets were for the 5x7 printing. I don't know how many of the regular size sets were produced - those are the ones without embossed numbers.

Everything else has been updated.

Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on January 31, 2018, 11:47:47 AM
Yep, you guessed it! (glue) (245 & 481), (ink) (375), Coffee-Mate Non-Dairy Creamer (401), (cereal) (465), (refrigerated) (813), (pickles) (971 & 4042), (frozen) (1136), BP (Beyond Petroleum) Credit Card (1262), (vinyl figure) (1965), (self-balancing robot) (1966), remove (Made Up Product) (2099), Hess Toy Truck (2397), Hairi-Boo Ghost Bears was... (2555), Major League Baseball (2708 & 2709), ...cards only,... (remove "and") (3454) ...was planned for 2010... (3855-3858), Topps 75th Anniversary (3911) and ...; no holiday card was made for 2015 and 2016 (4031).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 15, 2018, 09:45:09 AM
Another one! Several Wackys were considered for this subset, but were dropped. They were: Gormel Scary Kitchen Scorned Beef Hash, Chimp Stick, Swansong Chicken Snot Pie, Clodlike Bar, Mean Cuisine, Gravestones Unchewable Vitamins, Cheapo Man Lice Cakes and Nuttin' Butta. (748).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on February 16, 2018, 08:11:34 AM
> Major League Baseball (2708 & 2709)

I'll keep it 'MLB', all the online checklists have it that way.

> Topps 75th Anniversary (3911)

Too long but I'll add "Ann."

> Several Wackys were considered for this subset, but were dropped.

I added this note, but what's your source?


I also added the three 2017 Philly Non-Sports show promos. Unsure about the "Wacky Garbageland" promo by Tom Bunk (look it up on eBay) - it's not really a Wacky.

Everything else has been updated.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 16, 2018, 02:25:23 PM
> Major League Baseball (2708 & 2709)

I'll keep it 'MLB', all the online checklists have it that way.

> Topps 75th Anniversary (3911)

Too long but I'll add "Ann."

> Several Wackys were considered for this subset, but were dropped.

I added this note, but what's your source?


I also added the three 2017 Philly Non-Sports show promos. Unsure about the "Wacky Garbageland" promo by Tom Bunk (look it up on eBay) - it's not really a Wacky.

Everything else has been updated.
In case you're wondering, I got the info off of Fred Wheaton's website hipsteria, specifically the page on ANS1. You can find the same info at lostwackys.com in its ANS1 section, too. They both say that there were going to be 15 clingys in that series instead of 9. Also, one boo-boo: remove (Bobblehead) from 1965 and then add this to 802: Originally was going to be "V-8 Trash". Also, Major League Baseball in 2708 and 2709 are meant to be in the Real Product section for those two Wackys. My mistake is probably that I wasn't too clear about those two-they're just like MLB Draft Root Beer in that their real name is Major League Baseball. As for 1965, I should've said: remove (Bobblehead) and replace it with (vinyl figure). Again, I wasn't too clear about what I wanted to say. Oh well, lesson learned.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on February 16, 2018, 03:20:41 PM
Also, Major League Baseball in 2708 and 2709 are meant to be in the Real Product section for those two Wackys. My mistake is probably that I wasn't too clear about those two-they're just like MLB Draft Root Beer in that their real name is Major League Baseball.
they're not real products, so I'm not clear why that would show up under 'real name' for these two, or for the draft root beer? (or really, for any of the other made up products?)
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 17, 2018, 01:20:00 PM
These three products are labeled MLB, so they parody Major League Baseball in general as both an organization and a brand. The same thing goes for all the products that parody the major league teams and the selected minor league teams. Anything that doesn't fall into these three catagories is a made up product. Examples of these would be base cards #61 and #81-90 in the MLB Wacky Packages series. By the way, Mitch, 2708 & 2709 should have the registered trademark symbol after MLB in the Wacky name, just like 2779 does.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on February 17, 2018, 01:57:26 PM
These three products are labeled MLB, so they parody Major League Baseball in general as both an organization and a brand. The same thing goes for all the products that parody the major league teams and the selected minor league teams. Anything that doesn't fall into these three catagories is a made up product. Examples of these would be base cards #61-62, 65 and 81-90 in the MLB Wacky Packages series. By the way, Mitch, 2708 & 2709 should have the registered trademark symbol after MLB in the Wacky name, just like 2779 does.
that's a very loose definition for 'product', but fine. But I would think you'd want these all labeled similar to how the 50th set was done, with each one also stating (made up product) to the right of the team names.
also - both 62 and 65 have mlb logo's on them, meaning they should be listed as real products too, right?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 18, 2018, 10:27:48 AM
that's a very loose definition for 'product', but fine. But I would think you'd want these all labeled similar to how the 50th set was done, with each one also stating (made up product) to the right of the team names.
also - both 62 and 65 have mlb logo's on them, meaning they should be listed as real products too, right?
If they have MLB logos on them as you say they do, Patrick, then Mitch, please list 2707 and 2710 as Major League Baseball in the Real Product section for these two also. But, also list MLB with the registered trademark symbol in the Wacky name section for both of them as well, if you would. Finally, please put (Made Up Product) to the right of the team names (both Major League and minor leagues) and the Major League Baseball product names, too, as Patrick suggested.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 20, 2018, 10:11:46 AM
One question, Patrick. What about 2706 in the Spreadsheet (i.e., #61 in the MLB series)? Should that be considered a Major League Baseball real name, too?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on February 20, 2018, 04:30:54 PM
oddly, that one has no logo on it, whereas the four right after it all have MLB logos on them.

and for nit-pickers, 2707 (62) is actually the MLB 2016 All Star Logo, as opposed to just the plain MLB logo, but I don't think that matters.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 21, 2018, 08:03:46 AM
Thanks, Patrick. Mitch, that means that 2707 should be Major League Baseball 2016 All Stars in the Real Product section, 2708-2710 should all be Major League Baseball in the Real Product section and they should all have MLB (registered trademark symbol) listed as part of their Wacky names, too.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 23, 2018, 05:05:40 AM
Here's two more! Pulled at some point from all re-releases of the 1st series (mostly the 1970s wall posters of that series) and never replaced (123) and A 5th Rerun series, with the Wackys in it numbered 265-319,... (3043).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 23, 2018, 10:00:58 PM
Just found out about this one now: Gross Card Con promo card #6: Urban-American Spaghetto-Os (Franco-American Spaghetti-Os). Also, include this: Originally intended for Old School 1
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 26, 2018, 03:21:32 PM
Got two more! Pulled at some point; replacement unknown (333) and ...and "16 Bloody Ounces" was changed to "16 Scary Ounces") (700). This is the source for the first one: www.articles.chicagotribune.com/2006-04-06/features/0604060149_1_packages-garbage-pail-kids-topps. Also, you can Google wacky packages and look for this article: Those tacky Wacky Packages from '70s making comeback (Chicago Tribune (April 06,2006)).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on February 26, 2018, 04:20:49 PM
many titles were pulled due to C&D and never replaced. KFF is just one of 8 titles in the 8th series alone.

your link is broken, here's a fix  http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2006-04-06/features/0604060149_1_packages-garbage-pail-kids-topps

the White Castle title was published in its original form in the promo strip listed in 762. Maybe make a reference to that one?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on February 27, 2018, 09:42:39 AM
many titles were pulled due to C&D and never replaced. KFF is just one of 8 titles in the 8th series alone.

your link is broken, here's a fix  http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2006-04-06/features/0604060149_1_packages-garbage-pail-kids-topps

the White Castle title was published in its original form in the promo strip listed in 762. Maybe make a reference to that one?
First, on Greg's site in the basic information section, there was an article on long and short prints of Wackys from the OS run. Does short print usually mean pulled? I say this because there were eight short prints from the 8th series and one of them was KFF. I presume that's what you meant in your first answer. Please verify. Second, the link is fixed; thanks a lot. Third, if you look in the ANS1 section in the Spreadsheet, the promo strip is mentioned; I just found out about the third of the three changes that were made to Fright Castle (the other two were already mentioned) and thought that it should be added in the Note. Finally, am I right in saying in my post on it on 2-23 that Spaghetto-Os is a promo card?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on March 01, 2018, 07:50:15 AM
I list Wacky names based on checklists. When there is no official checklist, I use a consensus of online sources. Unless you've got a convincing argument, I'm sticking with what I've got.

> Gross Card Con promo card #6: Urban-American Spaghetto-Os (Franco-American Spaghetti-Os).
I'm on the fence about this, it's not a Wacky at all but it is from a prominent Wacky artist, and it was intended as a Wacky but never released. It's not really an official promo, either. But then sometimes I include unofficial Wackys so I'll mull it over.

Good question regarding "short prints". I want to say it doesn't necessarily mean it was pulled but... maybe? I'm not sure.

Thanks for providing source info, I think that's a good idea to include from now on.

Everything else is all set.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on March 01, 2018, 09:43:45 AM
Short prints is only referring to their occurrence on an uncut sheet. Nothing to do with being pulled due to C&D
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 01, 2018, 10:55:37 AM
Short prints is only referring to their occurrence on an uncut sheet. Nothing to do with being pulled due to C&D
Thanks for that info. Now only one question: what were the other seven Wackys that were pulled from the 8th series due to C and D's? You did say that these were pulled along with KFF. Please let me know so that I can give the info to Mitch. Also, you said there were many other Wackys that were also pulled and never replaced. I've got some of them listed on the Spreadsheet, but could you please look through it and tell me what I've missed, if anything, so that I can give that info to Mitch, too? Thanks.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 01, 2018, 11:04:22 AM
I list Wacky names based on checklists. When there is no official checklist, I use a consensus of online sources. Unless you've got a convincing argument, I'm sticking with what I've got.

> Gross Card Con promo card #6: Urban-American Spaghetto-Os (Franco-American Spaghetti-Os).
I'm on the fence about this, it's not a Wacky at all but it is from a prominent Wacky artist, and it was intended as a Wacky but never released. It's not really an official promo, either. But then sometimes I include unofficial Wackys so I'll mull it over.

Good question regarding "short prints". I want to say it doesn't necessarily mean it was pulled but... maybe? I'm not sure.

Thanks for providing source info, I think that's a good idea to include from now on.

Everything else is all set.
Three boo-boos on my part: "7 Urp" (347), ...the box) (700) and V8 Trash (802). Also:...for this subset (which was originally going to have 15 clingys instead of 9), but were dropped. (748), 1967 Die-Cuts (2352), Hacky Package Permanent Tattoos (2436) (this should be done because it's the full name and the gist of the joke), Abba-Zaba Taffy (2448), (Made Up Product) (2771-2779) and ...3-Ring Binder (4060). Finally, all the made up products for the MLB Wackys should be written as (Made Up Product) so as to be consistent with the 50th Anniversary Wackys. By the way, Spaghetto-Os is a true and actual Wacky, since it was originally intended for Old School 1, but was dropped because Topps (for whatever reason) thought it was racist.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 11, 2018, 01:20:25 PM
Just got some more-...(ANS8) by name on...(1276) and these two-...first mentioned by name on... and ...and was originally intended for that series. (both 1367). The last one was mentioned by Neil today in the "How do you display your Wackys?" post.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 15, 2018, 09:45:31 AM
Mitch, please add these to the Test section of the Patches: Ajerx, Kook-Aid, Grave Train, 6 Up, Crust and Neveready. Also, add this to the Notes in 3773: The test patches also came in three sets: one sew-on set of 8 shown on the product's box (Ajerx, Crust, Gadzooka, Glutton, Grave Train, Kook-Aid, Neveready and 6 Up), one iron-on set of 6 with paper backing (Gadzooka, Glutton, Grave Train, Kook-Aid, Mrs. Klean and Neveready) and a second sew-on set of 12 that was cellophane wrapped (Ajerx, Botch Tape, Glutton, Grave Train, Kook-Aid, Mrs. Klean, Neveready, Paul Maul, Plastered Peanuts, Sicken of the Sea, 6 Up and Weakies). The regular patches had neither of the backings that were on the second and third sets. Next, on John Mann's Wacky site, he said that there was another test patch-Cracked Jerk-and that this one, along with Glutton, was the most rare of all the test patches (which, he also said, were rare to begin with). But since I didn't see this test patch on lostwackys.com, I'm not even sure if it exists or not, nor do I know whether it was an iron-on or a sew-on patch (again, assuming that it even exists). Could you please check this one out so as to be sure? Finally, I think that these extra test patches should be put in for the sake of completeness.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 15, 2018, 11:22:17 AM
Got two more! Every title... (1637) and Found only in the test patches (3727-3733 (plus, put a period at the end of this sentence in 3733; see Note above for what follows after that)).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on March 19, 2018, 07:33:34 AM
> Hacky Package Permanent Tattoos (2436)

F&S's Master List has more detailed titles for each Old School 6 card, but I pulled my titles directly from Topps, who I defer to when there's no actual checklist. If others feel we should go with something else, I'm open to it.

> Spaghetto-Os

Ok, what's the entry information for this?

> he said that there was another test patch-Cracked Jerk-and that this one, along with Glutton, was the most rare of all the test patches

Interesting. I have no experience with test patches. Anyone else care to comment?

> Found only in the test patches (3727-3733)

Not really sure why you feel this is necessary when the list of regular patches is just above the list of test patches?

Everything else is all set.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on March 19, 2018, 07:50:15 AM
Also, I'm in the process of scanning the spreadsheet for incorrect titles. For example, "Crust Tooth Paste" was on the first series checklist, therefore any subsequent reprint should use this full title instead of just "Crust".
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 19, 2018, 02:26:22 PM
Splendid, Mitch, splendid! Only two boo-boos this time: in the test patches section, Vile should be at the end of the list because of its status of possibly not being a true Wacky Patch. Every one of the others is a true one. Also, change 3740 to The test patches came in three sets:... .
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 19, 2018, 02:31:55 PM
All you've got to do now is put in the Wacky Packages Go to the Movies series, Mitch, and I'll take care of the rest.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 20, 2018, 10:19:26 AM
Here's the info that you asked for: Gross Card Con promo card #6: Urban-American Spaghetto-Os (Franco-American Spaghetti-Os)-Originally intended for Old School 1.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on March 29, 2018, 09:55:42 AM
Hey Mitch, haven't heard from you in a while. How's it going with adding in the 2018 WP Goes to the Movies series? Also, here's four more: Kool-Aid - Grape (116 & 1783), Kool-Aid - Fruit Punch (1097 & 1885), Wyler's Lemonade (2250) and Kool-Aid - Lemon-Lime (3346). Obviously, the numbers are subject to change by the time WPGTTM is put in, but that's what they are now.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 04, 2018, 01:18:52 PM
Here's some more: Children's Romilar Cough Syrup (558), Mr. Big Bathroom Tissue (585), ...never released (for the second one, see Wacky Packages Go to the Movies (2018 series)). (1385), ...for ANS1 with different design (1565), (juice box) (3960) and ...self-produced; no holiday card... (4037).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 16, 2018, 09:38:46 AM
Two more: Bromo Seltzer Antacid and Analgesic (280) and Virginia Slims Filter (281).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 22, 2018, 05:04:12 PM
Yep, you guessed it: ...Credit Card (218 & 641), there should be no parentheses in Toho and modern (2069 & 2070) and Included with regular edition only (2592).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on April 26, 2018, 06:49:02 AM
Ok, I've updated everything except the 2018 Movies set.

At this point, my interest in new Wackys has dwindled to zero. I've asked Patrick (fantatical and sickly) to take over maintaining the list, which has he graciously agreed to do.

I'm not disappearing but I won't be around as much anymore. If and when there's something of interest, I'll dip back in. "Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in!"
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: koduck on April 26, 2018, 11:22:09 AM
Ok, I've updated everything except the 2018 Movies set.

At this point, my interest in new Wackys has dwindled to zero. I've asked Patrick (fantatical and sickly) to take over maintaining the list, which has he graciously agreed to do.

I'm not disappearing but I won't be around as much anymore. If and when there's something of interest, I'll dip back in. "Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in!"

Hi Mitch,

Thanks for all of your (and Mikecho's) hard work on the database! Needless to say, it's been a fantastic resource for all of us and very much appreciated!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: RawGoo on April 26, 2018, 12:06:12 PM
Ok, I've updated everything except the 2018 Movies set.

At this point, my interest in new Wackys has dwindled to zero. I've asked Patrick (fantatical and sickly) to take over maintaining the list, which has he graciously agreed to do.

I'm not disappearing but I won't be around as much anymore. If and when there's something of interest, I'll dip back in. "Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in!"

What might entice you to stay around a little, maybe every once in a while? 

Thanks for all you've done here, and please don't be a stranger.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 26, 2018, 12:28:29 PM
Ok, I've updated everything except the 2018 Movies set.

At this point, my interest in new Wackys has dwindled to zero. I've asked Patrick (fantatical and sickly) to take over maintaining the list, which has he graciously agreed to do.

I'm not disappearing but I won't be around as much anymore. If and when there's something of interest, I'll dip back in. "Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in!"
It was very nice working with you, Mitch, and thanks for all the Wacky stuff that you sent me!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 26, 2018, 12:41:58 PM
It's just great, Patrick; there's only two goofs: 1385 should be ...(2018 series)). and 2592 should say ...regular edition only, because Mitch gave me a limited edition set and it didn't have that one in it. I also saw a set for sale on eBay with the contents shown in the picture and they were identical to mine. If I'm wrong on the second one, however, please tell me. Also, 3434 should be Goya Black Eye Peas. I saw this on Fred Wheaton's article on the lost 1992 series on his website hipsteria.com. In addition, this should be added to 3434: Originally intended to be bonus sticker B2 in ANS1, but was replaced at the last minute with Penalty Flag Coach Motel. . Finally, the Halloween Postcards sections should be Postcards Halloween09 (2487-2490), Postcards Halloween10 (2518-2531), Postcards Halloween11 (2549-2565), Postcards Halloween12 (2586-2595) and Postcards Halloween13 (2620-2640) so they can be clear to anyone new to the forum who's looking at the Spreadsheet for the first time. The way it is now, to me, doesn't look too clear. This should be in two rows: Postcards on the top and Halloween(year) on the bottom.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on April 27, 2018, 07:27:42 AM
Ok, I've updated everything except the 2018 Movies set.

At this point, my interest in new Wackys has dwindled to zero. I've asked Patrick (fantatical and sickly) to take over maintaining the list, which has he graciously agreed to do.

I'm not disappearing but I won't be around as much anymore. If and when there's something of interest, I'll dip back in. "Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in!"
Thanks for doing such a great job Mitch. A fantastic resource and a ton of work on your part.
I hope to keep it up to your standards.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 27, 2018, 10:40:16 PM
Just got these in: ...on the box (which was removed) and... (700), ... 1991 series, then was going to be released in ANS1 as a base sticker, but was replaced by Dead Bull (819), Four Wackys were intended for this series, but three of them were never released. They were: Swansong Chicken Snot Pie (Swanson Chicken Pot Pie (replaced by Foot Gushers)), Snot Pockets (Hot Pockets - Chicken & Cheddar with Broccoli (replaced by Sneez-It)), Little Drippie Snot Cakes (Little Debbie Snack Cakes (replaced by Sneakers and originally intended for lost 1992 series)) and 3 Racketeers (3 Musketeers (replaced by Snots; for this one, see ANS10)). (683), ...The choices for the last 6 were: ..., ...Swansong Chicken Snot Pie (see above), ... & Mean Cuisine Crazed Chicken, ... (748), ...The first three of the previous series contained 6 stickers and the next two contained 5 stickers, both of which... &, at the end of this Note, ... All other series following this one have had either 8 or 10 stickers (depending on which ones they were or are) and were again sold for $1.00 a pack. (1172) and ...lost 1992 series, then was going to be released in ANS1 as bonus sticker B2 with different design, but was replaced by Penalty Flag Coach Motel. ... (3434). All of the info for ANS1 can be found on both Greg Grant's website and on lostwackys.com.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on April 28, 2018, 01:10:21 PM
> 2592 should say ...regular edition only, because Mitch gave me a limited edition set and it didn't have that one in it

Whatever I gave you doesn't necessarily represent the correct package. As I said, I made lots of random trades and stuff got mixed together. Review the Postcard Master List and you'll my entry is correct.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on April 28, 2018, 01:19:49 PM
Sorry, Mitch, I didn't know that it was part of that series. Please forgive me, as I don't want to end this with hurt feelings.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on April 30, 2018, 06:18:16 AM
You're reading too much in there, no worries, just trying to get things right.  :great:
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: RawGoo on May 01, 2018, 01:49:56 AM
You're reading too much in there, no worries, just trying to get things right.  :great:

Have the new Attacky Packages rekindled your interest a little?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 01, 2018, 03:25:40 AM
Here's two more: Libby's Libby's Libby's Tomato Juice (286) and Libby's Libby's Libby's Peas (3805). I figure that if it says it on the Wackys, then we should honor it. After all, what kid in the 1970s didn't know that jingle-you know, "If it's Libby's Libby's Libby's on the label label label, you will like it like it like it on your table table table!" (I'll bet anything that, instead of reading it, you sang it.) When I was a kid, kids changed the last line to "...you will hate it hate it hate it when you throw up on the table!" (Don't even act like you didn't do it, too.)
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on May 01, 2018, 06:37:29 AM
Have the new Attacky Packages rekindled your interest a little?

I'm always game for Neil's work!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on May 01, 2018, 02:44:07 PM
Here's two more: Libby's Libby's Libby's Tomato Juice (286) and Libby's Libby's Libby's Peas (3805). I figure that if it says it on the Wackys, then we should honor it. After all, what kid in the 1970s didn't know that jingle-you know, "If it's Libby's Libby's Libby's on the label label label, you will like it like it like it on your table table table!" (I'll bet anything that, instead of reading it, you sang it.) When I was a kid, kids changed the last line to "...you will hate it hate it hate it when you throw up on the table!" (Don't even act like you didn't do it, too.)
That has always been an interesting one, as the label does have the repetition of the brand name.
The actual brand is the singular "Libby's" and looking at the Topps checklists for the 7th and Flashback 2 (and even with Lost Wacky 2), they only have the brand name once.
I'll stick with the single name as presented on the checklists for now, unless the community at large thinks otherwise?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: RawGoo on May 01, 2018, 03:25:39 PM
I'm always game for Neil's work!

Glad to hear it!  You might not have known about these cards if you didn't check in here.  I think these are great!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 02, 2018, 11:51:33 AM
That has always been an interesting one, as the label does have the repetition of the brand name.
The actual brand is the singular "Libby's" and looking at the Topps checklists for the 7th and Flashback 2 (and even with Lost Wacky 2), they only have the brand name once.
I'll stick with the single name as presented on the checklists for now, unless the community at large thinks otherwise?
Okay, that's good. How's it going with the rest of the a's and c's, if you don't mind my asking?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on May 03, 2018, 05:58:44 AM
Iíll get to them this weekend, along with the 2018 and the Mars sets
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 03, 2018, 10:57:26 AM
Great! I can't wait to see how it'll turn out. Hope that I can help you with the real names.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on May 06, 2018, 04:49:53 PM
Great! I can't wait to see how it'll turn out. Hope that I can help you with the real names.
worked through all your comments from the two posts, I believe.
"Blackeye Peas" is the spelling on the Goya can label, so I'm going with that.
Revamped all the Postcard naming.
Added comments about the dropped ANS1 stickers, and words on Fright Castle.
Modified some of the words in the Clings (ANS2), and regarding the Mega Packs (ANS6)

Also:
Added the new Attacky set and Martian Viewer card and re-worked/re-arranged the Attacky cards that were already there.
Changed the Real Product to be the wacky card name, as Attacky's are not spoofing the product, but the Wacky

Changed the comment for the Taster's Choke poster, as it was shelved before ever being used (as it's a Nestle product). It was not a replacement for Hurts (Rusty's claim otherwise is incorrect)

Have begun the Movies set (there is a LOT to put in), so still a work in progress.
For the Real Product column, I'm putting them in with the format Movie/Product.

Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 07, 2018, 02:19:39 AM
I love what you've done here, Patrick! Just a few things need to be fixed so far:
... Swansong Chicken Snot Pie (see above),... & ,... Mean Cuisine Crazed Chicken,... (748)
Postcards (set 1) (2643)
.../Milk Chocolate M&Ms (2177)
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2179)
Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2181, 2192 & 2197)
Terminator 2: Judgement Day/... (2185)
.../The Mummy (Cruise) (2186)
The Hunger Games/Hungry-Man frozen dinners (2190)
.../Cesar dog food (2198)
(Die-Cuts/1st) (4106, 4115, 4122, 4125 & 4128).

You also forgot to mention that Little Drippie Snot Cakes was intended for the lost 1992 series (713).

If anything else comes along, you'll be the first to know. Thank you very much!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 07, 2018, 03:24:26 AM
Just found another one that I missed from before: Buggies (diapers) (1793).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 07, 2018, 08:25:07 AM
Patrick, are you sure that Rusted Busted Robots is Hack'em Blackmail 'em Robots? To me, it looks somewhat more like the rough art for Rock'em Sock'em Rabbis (to see this art, look up the link on Reply #6 (1-21-18) on Lost 1992 Wackys that have been released and those that haven't been-yet).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 08, 2018, 08:07:32 AM
I've got the real names for the WPGTTM stickers that were never released until now:

Sesame Street Magazine (2265)
Dexter's Laboratory (or is it Dexter? I don't know which one) (2270)
A Nightmare on Elm Street (2281)
Avatar (2295).

Also, some more a's and c's:

...; originally intended for lost 1992 series (718)
...(which was... (737)
...Swansong Chicken Snot Pie (see above),... & ...Mean Cuisine Crazed Chicken,... (740-747)
...55 cards each... (1172)
(2018 parody stickers) (1378-1385)
OLDS... (2306 & 2307)
...ANS bonus card B2. (3614)
For six more tattoos that were originally intended for this series (any of which could have filled in the missing three numbers), see Old School 5 above. (3921).

Finally, it's Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019) for 2181, 2189, 2192 & 2197. I say this because the American version of the original film Godzilla (1954) had a variation of the same name in 1956. (In case you need to know, the variation was Godzilla, King of the Monsters.)
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on May 08, 2018, 03:26:35 PM
Finally, it's Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019) for 2181, 2189, 2192 & 2197. I say this because the American version of the original film Godzilla (1954) had a variation of the same name in 1956. (In case you need to know, the variation was Godzilla, King of the Monsters.)
updates still in work, I'll post when complete

With Godzilla, the title of the next one is a bit fuzzy. Legendary stated "King of Monsters", but then the director later said "King of the Monsters". IMDB still lists the former version, and I personally like that one better, so I'm going with it until it's definitively the other one.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 09, 2018, 01:17:13 PM
Here's another one: Alpo Beef Chunks Dinner for Dogs (293).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on May 09, 2018, 05:35:27 PM
Updates done. thanks for the WPGttM unreleased titles.

After looking up packaging for Rock'em Sock'em, I see it's really a parody of an early 60's box, which is when the Mars Attacks set was released, and not a modern one or the Friedman version.
In the Clingy subset list, I decided for all of them to go with the short checklist names and not the long descriptive names.
A couple a&c's I left as personal preference, such as 2018 Parody Stickers. It's actually in ALL CAPS on the boxes. I may end up deleting it altogether.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 09, 2018, 07:18:15 PM
Great job, as usual! Just found some more:

Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers (1793 (I should've said that only the word in parentheses needed to be changed. My bad, guess I wasn't too clear again.))
Godzilla: King of Monsters/BIC lighter (2189)
Dexter's Laboratory (2270)
...; originally shown on the box for 1974 Tattoos, but never released until now (2603)
Toppsvault.com... & ...subset. (3921).

Also, on the Note of 2295, move the sentence down one line and adjust it accordingly. It's going into the next section. Finally, there's a misspelling in 2281 and 2295. It's Originally.

Keep up the good work, Patrick!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on May 10, 2018, 06:38:58 AM
done.
With Huggies (and a random couple of others) I ended up searching for the actual product to see the naming, and then changed the spreadsheet to match
For the tattoos, I'll go with Topps Vault, as that is the name of the Topps division selling items on ebay.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Paul_Maul on May 10, 2018, 11:20:22 AM
I read these posts and I donít even understand what is being discussed....but luckily I donít have to!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 10, 2018, 11:27:11 AM
Yep, there's more:

Heinz Oven Baked Beans with Tomato Sauce (288)
Sara Lee Butter Top Bread (1062)
Rolo Candies (1568 & 2194)
...had at least... (1637)
Tattoos;... & ...without the title was on the box... (2003)
Kraft Thousand Island Dressing (2178)
.../BIC Lighter (2189)
Hungry-Man Frozen Dinner (2190)
Cesar Dog Food (2198)
Black Forest Gummy Bears (2652)
...in this series (3893 & 3894)
...at the Gross Card Con;... (4260).

Also, I saw on Jeff Allender's House of Checklists  that the name of 2547-2555 was Walla Walla Wackys Old School All-Stars. Can you check this out and see if this is true? If so, you may need to fix it. Finally, on an earlier post you mentioned that, in addition to Kentucky Fried Fingers, there were seven other Wackys that were pulled from the 8th series. Could you please put them in, too? I'm curious as to which ones they are. When you do, please use the same sentence that's with KFF. Thanks!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Jean Nutty on May 10, 2018, 11:36:23 AM

I read these posts and I donít even understand what is being discussed....but luckily I donít have to!

I'm glad I'm not the only one!   

             (http://wackypackages.org/animation/Dummy.gif)
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: RawGoo on May 10, 2018, 12:32:00 PM
I'm glad I'm not the only one!   

             (http://wackypackages.org/animation/Dummy.gif)

This thread as gotten so long with all the details that I don't remember where the master list is anymore, either.

Maybe Patrick will explain the purpose and directions for us.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on May 10, 2018, 12:34:20 PM

Also, I saw on Jeff Allender's House of Checklists  that the name of 2547-2555 was Walla Walla Wackys Old School All-Stars. Can you check this out and see if this is true? If so, you may need to fix it. Finally, on an earlier post you mentioned that, in addition to Kentucky Fried Fingers, there were seven other Wackys that were pulled from the 8th series. Could you please put them in, too? I'm curious as to which ones they are. When you do, please use the same sentence that's with KFF. Thanks!
I'll check the other things later -

With the baseball set, Walla Walla is the city name for the Wacky team as listed on the back of the cards (just like on the Topps 1972 baseball set that these are imitating, e.g. 'Houston' for the card with 'Astros' on the front). The subset itself is the called the All-Stars, as Dave indicated in his sales emails back in 2012:
"Also look for: 9-card subset titled "Old School All-Stars" featuring 9 Wacky baseball cards and a few special surprises in every box!"

With the pulled titles, I'm not sure that's something I really want to get into with this spreadsheet, as there are well over 50 titles that were C&D'd in the original sets. I was thinking the spreadsheet was mainly a comprehensive list of titles by series along with their actual product names for reference. It's certainly grown to include trivia and ancillary data of all sorts. Right now the C&D info is captured in text nowhere else, so maybe someday.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on May 10, 2018, 12:40:25 PM
This thread as gotten so long with all the details that I don't remember where the master list is anymore, either.

Maybe Patrick will explain the purpose and directions for us.
that's a good question!

post #1 has the link to the spreadsheet and Mitch's original intent.
I was thinking the spreadsheet was mainly a comprehensive list of titles by series along with their actual product names for reference. It's certainly grown beyond that to include trivia and ancillary data. The boundary of data for this spreadsheet seems fuzzy, but my take is that it should stay limited to core info of card names/sets/real products.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 10, 2018, 01:32:41 PM
Patrick, I did some counting just for the fun of it and, out of the over 50 Wackys that you said were pulled due to C&Ds, I counted 32 on the Spreadsheet. Just thought you'd like to know. I think that's a pretty good number-a little bit over half of them (including the Die-Cuts and the Wacky Ads, of course, as well as the 16 OS). None of the 1985 series had anything pulled (as far as I know) and the 1991 series had only one pulled, but I don't think that that one counts in this case. Of the 21st century Wackys, ANS1 had the most pulled stickers-five in all (the three that are mentioned in the Spreadsheet plus two more: Bacteria (Bactine) and Usneeze (Febreze)). Of those two, Bacteria was done in OLDS1, but it was the 1970s packaging, not the 2004 one, so it doesn't count here. Any other Wackys that were pulled from any of the ANS run were ultimately released later in other ANS, the various Postcards series, 2014 S1 and 2015 S1 (see the Spreadsheet to find out which ones were done and where they were released).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on May 13, 2018, 12:55:30 PM
Yep, there's more:

Heinz Oven Baked Beans with Tomato Sauce (288)
Sara Lee Butter Top Bread (1062)
Rolo Candies (1568 & 2194)
...had at least... (1637)
Tattoos;... & ...without the title was on the box... (2003)
Kraft Thousand Island Dressing (2178)
.../BIC Lighter (2189)
Hungry-Man Frozen Dinner (2190)
Cesar Dog Food (2198)
Black Forest Gummy Bears (2652)
...in this series (3893 & 3894)
...at the Gross Card Con;... (4260).
above updates done. (think you meant line 2603 for the tattoos)
1637 - they still do, so present tense
3893&4, don't see the need to alter it from what is used with set 1.

rest of the 90 base titles are now filled in for Movie set.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 13, 2018, 04:45:46 PM
Excellent, Patrick! Just two titles need to be fixed:

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2201)
It: Chapter 1 (2240 & 2246)

Also, these need to be fitted so that they don't bleed into the next section, like they're doing now:

2231
2239
2252
4260

Keep up the good work!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on May 15, 2018, 06:07:49 PM
2201:  found the movie poster it's based one and it's actually The Last Knight

That's strange about It, as it was never advertised as Chapter One. But now that it did well enough for them to commit to finishing the novel with a second film, which will be called It: Chapter Two, it seems they've done a retro-active re-naming of the first one.

the spill-over was intentional. there's no info in the Notes column for any of the base cards, and I like the look of all of the info in single height rows.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 16, 2018, 12:50:39 PM
I don't know about any retroactive renaming of It: Chapter 1, but when I did see it, that was the title right there at the end of the film. But you're right: it's strange that they didn't call it that on the poster or in the ads. By the way, what's with this thing about putting the title at the end of the film? When did that get started and does you or anyone else know what film started it?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on May 16, 2018, 04:18:06 PM
I don't know about any retroactive renaming of It: Chapter 1, but when I did see it, that was the title right there at the end of the film. But you're right: it's strange that they didn't call it that on the poster or in the ad's. By the way, what's with this thing about putting the title at the end of the film? When did that get started and does you or anyone else know what film started it?
guess I just don't remember that closing credit, but then, I wasn't all that enthralled with the movie while watching it on blu-ray.

there's the infamous case of George Lucas getting fined $250,000 by the Director's Guild for not having the director's name in the opening credits.
in 1977, Star Wars was one of very few films to just have an opening title, but even though others had done the same before, he got fined.
Showing only the title became the trend by the end of the 80's, and at least according to Wiki, opening titles started disappearing in '04/'05 with Van Helsing and Batman Begins.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 20, 2018, 12:37:34 PM
Patrick, I seem to have been a little too hasty in labeling all the 50th Anniversary Wackys as "Made Up Product". Some of them look like they were based on actual products. Here's what I've found so far, in no particular order:

Lady Gaga/Bicycle Playing Cards
The Toho Godzilla series/Cheetos Crunchy
Ariana Grande/Starbucks Coffee
Bill Gates/Windex
Hillary Clinton/Hillshire Farm Smoked Ham
eBay/Bayer Aspirin
The Big Bang Theory/Jiffy Pop Popcorn
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic/Elmer's Glue-All
Wonder Woman/Ronzoni Linguine

That's all that I can find for now. Can you or anyone else find anything that I've missed, so that it can be added to the Spreadsheet?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 22, 2018, 11:27:26 AM
Patrick, I just looked at the Toho Kingdom website and found out that it's official - the next film in the Monsterverse saga is going to be called Godzilla: King of the Monsters. Better start fixing the Spreadsheet entries for that film! (To see the news, go to tohokingdom.com.)
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on May 22, 2018, 05:27:43 PM
done. except for Ariana Grande. While the label does use the same font as starbucks, it otherwise looks far different, so to me that's a questionable relationship.

disappointing that they inserted 'the' into the godzilla title.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 22, 2018, 10:24:14 PM
You bet!

Three other Wackys are shown within:... (164)
Cadet Dog Food (297)
BIC Banana Porous Point Pen (299)
Optimo Sports - Very Mild (300)
..."Pest Toothpaste" (461)
Tabby Cat Food (507)
This is the only cease-and-desisted Wacky that actually spawned a lawsuit. Topps, however, won their case by showing in court that they parodied their own products in addition to anyone else's. (536)
...lost 1992 series (with the text on the box saying "Your favorite Stone Age family is now extinct");... (695)
...(now called Ghoul Burgers, the fly on the top of the bun removed... (700)
...; the original artwork for this sticker was lost and it was redone with brand-new artwork for this series (721)
...bonus B1 (737)
...instead of nine)... & ...Gravestones, Smellios, Gormel, Lice Cakes... (740-748)
...base sticker, but... (819)
Ziplock Storage Bags (881)
Replaced Vise All-Snaptural Potato Clamps (see below) (947)
Three other Wacky Websites are shown within:... (963)
BIC Round Stic Pens (993)
..., but was replaced by The Da Vinci Cold (1072)
Utz Original Potato Chips (1219)
BP (Beyond Petroleum) Master Card Credit Card (1262)
...in ANS7... [remove parentheses] (1367)
...Card #66... & ...promo set (April 21 & 22, 2012) (1378-1385)
...two back variations (1637)
Comes in three back variations (1646, 1655 & 1661)
BIC Pens (1671)
Ultra Brite Cool Mint (1697)
Ziploc Sandwich Bags (1787)
BIC Ball Point Pen (1838)
Comes in three variations:... (2000-2005)
(#of one) (2160-2169)
Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019) (2181, 2192 & 2197) (The first number is the year of release for this film. It's used to distinguish it from the US version of the original 1954 film that had the same title and was released here in 1956.)
[remove the parentheses from the second half of the real product; they're not supposed to be there] (2185)
...Frozen Dinner (2190)
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom/Tic Tac (2191)
Pacific Rim: Uprising/Slim Jim (2195)
.../made up hair remover product (2205)
The Smurfs/Pop-Tarts - S'mores (2226)
.../My Little Pony - Rarity's... (2236)
Planters Cocktail Peanuts (4 oz. bag) (2238) (Cocktail is what Planters calls salted. If I'm wrong, however, please tell me.)
...Grahams - Cinnamon (2245)
It: Chapter 1/... (2246)
Originally intended... (2265 & 2270)
...and, before that, for 11th series (with different design) in which it would have been called "Salami Street Magazine" (2265)
? (2271) (I don't know what this TV series Wacky really is. Help is needed.)
Batman: The Animated Series (2272)
The Venture Bros. (2273)
Ren & Stimpy/Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream (2274) (I don't know what flavor, though. Again, help is needed.)
Rocko's Modern Life (2275)
Space Ghost Coast to Coast (?) (2276)
Superman: The Animated Series (?) (2277)
Scooby-Doo Where Are You! (?) (2278)
Jonny Quest (or is it Johnny Test?) (2279)
...; comes in three variations... (2671)
Four different... (3896)
Two styles - ... (3899 & 3902)
Six color variations amongst the three worms... (3906)
...set of six... (3919)
... the six previously..., ...that were intended... & These six... (3921)
Gerber High Meat Dinner - Junior Chicken with Vegatables (4093)
Brillo Steel Wool Soap Pads (4094)
Comes in three variations... (4097)
Forms nine-card... (4106-4114)
IOU Magazine (14th) (4114)
...on sale for one week (4119-4128)

For a reference to the one for Petley Flea Bags, go on Wikipedia and look up Wacky Packages-Bad Fads. For the ones for Gravestones, Antenmann's, Smellio's, Goremel and Harassame Street Magazine, go to the same place and look up Wacky Packages: The Lost 1992 Series by Fred Wheaton. For the two for The Da Vinci Cold and Vise, go to the same place again and look up Pound Art Wacky Packages and Wacky Packages-enter Pound Art.

In regards to the "back variations" and "clingys" corrections, the 1991 series had words instead of numbers when its back variations were mentioned, so I think that we should be consistent here as well. The way I remember it, in sentences one to nine are usually written as words. Anything above that is written as a number. Just sayin'.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: sco(o)t on May 23, 2018, 06:50:46 AM
... disappointing that they inserted 'the' into the godzilla title.

Likewise. Going far off topic... When my kids were younger, we really enjoyed watching Godzilla flicks and giving them the MST3K treatment. It wasn't until about 8 years ago I learned that the Godzilla franchise was rebooted 3 times and (is now in the 4th reboot starting in 2016). So we started watching the movies in order within each reboot period which made a heck of a lot more sense of some things then just watching them in random order. As they used to say on CBS, you can read more about it at:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Godzilla_(franchise) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Godzilla_(franchise))
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 24, 2018, 02:35:03 PM
Patrick, I seem to have been a little too hasty in labeling all the 50th Anniversary Wackys as "Made Up Product". Some of them look like they were based on actual products. Here's what I've found so far, in no particular order:

Lady Gaga/Bicycle Playing Cards
The Toho Godzilla series/Cheetos Crunchy
Ariana Grande/Starbucks Coffee
Bill Gates/Windex
Hillary Clinton/Hillshire Farm Smoked Ham
eBay/Bayer Aspirin
The Big Bang Theory/Jiffy Pop Popcorn
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic/Elmer's Glue-All
Wonder Woman/Ronzoni Linguine

That's all that I can find for now. Can you or anyone else find anything that I've missed, so that it can be added to the Spreadsheet?
Since no one seems to have found any more hybrid 50th Anniversary Wackys after this, I think that I can pretty much say that that's all of them for this series...right?

The only ones left that I can think of are Pokemaim Go Band-Aids and Beyonce's Lemonade, which are probably Pokemon Go/Band-Aid and Beyonce/Minute Maid Lemonade, respectively. Of course, I could be wrong and these two could each be also, as stated above, a questionable relationship. Either way, please tell me.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 30, 2018, 12:34:05 AM
I found the other seven C&Ded Wackys from the 8th series. I got the info from the '73-'77 C&D Sheets section from lostwackys.com.

These Wackys should have this added to their Notes: Pulled at some point; replacement unknown

Burpsi-Cola
STD
Biva
ShotTissue
Hex-Lax
Bam
Yubum.

I'll try to find out more as soon as I can.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Paul_Maul on May 30, 2018, 02:37:40 AM
I found the other seven C&Ded Wackys from the 8th series. I got the info from the '73-'77 C&D Sheets section from lostwackys.com.

These Wackys should have this added to their Notes: Pulled at some point; replacement unknown

Burpsi-Cola
STD
Biva
ShotTissue
Hex-Lax
Bam
Yubum.

I'll try to find out more as soon as I can.

Huh? What makes you think any of these were pulled or replaced?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on May 30, 2018, 05:13:26 AM
Huh? What makes you think any of these were pulled or replaced?
exactly.
they were never pulled or replaced, basically they were just marked as 'don't use again' if there is a reprint
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on May 30, 2018, 05:19:36 AM
I found the other seven C&Ded Wackys from the 8th series. I got the info from the '73-'77 C&D Sheets section from lostwackys.com.

I'll try to find out more as soon as I can.
I have all those same images of the marked up sheets that topps auctioned as well.
all part of the dozens of Wacky's that I previously mentioned that are known to have been c&d'd.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on May 30, 2018, 11:23:06 AM
My mistake, then. I thought that if they were C&Ded, they would necessarily have to be pulled so that they couldn't be reprinted. Does that mean that you should remove the Note from Kentucky Fried Fingers as well? After all, it was on the list, too.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 07, 2018, 04:35:50 PM
Good work, Patrick! Only two things need to be fixed: remove Possibly pulled at some point; replacement unknown from 415 and change 700 to (now Ghoul Burgers, the fly on the top of the bun was removed... .
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on June 07, 2018, 05:16:04 PM
got those.

I wasn't sure I had completed all the earlier ones yet, as you had edited your list and added in a couple dozen more. It's close, but I may have missed some in the Vise, BP, etc. update area.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 07, 2018, 08:26:14 PM
Thanks, I didn't even know that you weren't done - or that you had even gotten started. In that case, just keep right on going with the rest of the a's and c's, please! And I just thought of one more: since BIC Lighter was written this way in WP Go to the Movies, I think that all of the BIC products that came before it should be written in the same way - BIC. Also, it's "on top of the bun..." in 700.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on June 18, 2018, 04:27:29 PM
okay, think I'm all caught up now.
I noticed you edited that list yet a third time. Made it really difficult to tell what was new and what was old. It's fine to just create a new message for additions instead of editing an old one.

couple of notes:
-it looks like the old and new Godzilla do have slightly different names: Godzilla, King of the Monsters! and Godzilla: King of the Monsters. Trivial difference, and the studio really should have a better name for the new one.
-Utz looks to be the older 'all natural' version of the bag, and not the newer 'original'
-Planter's is the salted version, not a cocktail version. I found the bag image online that matches the art perfectly.
-2271: Discovered that "Lumpy Space Princess" is a character on Adventure Time. They didn't even spoof her name for the Wacky.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on June 21, 2018, 10:40:43 AM
Just great, Patrick! These are all that's left:

Gerber High Meat Dinner - Junior Beef with Vegetables (124)
Optimo Sports - Very Mild (300)
Muriel Coronella (or is it still Blends? Help is needed.) (307)
L'eggs Regular Panty Hose (308 & 627)
... (renamed Ghoul Burgers, the fly on the top of the bun on the box was removed and "16 Bloody Ounces" was changed to "16 Scary Ounces") (700)
...Gravestones, Smellios, Gormel, Lice Cakes,... (740-748) (For the source for these two new ones, look up Wacky Packages: Lost 1992 Series on Wikipedia.)
... $1.99 a pack (ANS 1-5 sets... (1172)
Ziploc Sandwich Bags (1789)
The J.J. Abrams Star Trek film series... (2070)
.../Hungry-Man Frozen Dinner (2190)
.../Rolo Chewy Caramels in Milk Chocolate (2194)
.../My Little Pony - Rarity's... (2236)
A Nightmare on Elm Street/... & ...Teddy Grahams - Cinnamon (2245)
It: Chapter 1/... (2246)
...the six previously unreleased tattoos... &..., all likely pulled for cease-and-desist reasons. ... (2931)
IOU Magazine (4114).

Also, could you please reduce some of the repeated Notes (such as in the Chrome series, the second Abrams book, etc.) to one block with one Note wherever you can? I noticed that you did some of them before and I think that it would be good to have the rest of them match up. Thanks!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 01, 2018, 10:44:14 PM
Got some more!

El Producto Durango (302)
Replaced Vise... (947)
...by The Da Vinci Cold (947)  (1072) (the first number gets put in the Note, not the second one)
...and, before that, for 11th series (with different design) as "Salami Street Magazine" (2265)
...ANS8 Wacky Packages Go to the Movies subset (2295).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on July 02, 2018, 08:43:01 AM
We already went over the Mason Dots thing, see upthread.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 03, 2018, 10:42:01 AM
We already went over the Mason Dots thing, see upthread.
From what I saw on the recent post on Blank Crows in Gag Criticism, Variation and Packaging, Mason is an actual company and, I think, should be acknowledged as such.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on July 03, 2018, 10:59:42 AM
I'll repeat myself, then:

Mason Dots / Mason Black Crows: Mason, the company, was purchased by Tootsie Roll in 1972. No 'Mason' at the time of Wacky release. You also suggested "Tootsie Dots" but I just don't think it's part of the product name.

I've always appreciated your enthusiasm but there's no need to force product names to reflect something that wasn't the case or is a stretch. The idea behind listing product names was to show what the source for the spoof was, it doesn't need to get down to anything beyond the most common name a consumer would use.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 05, 2018, 01:42:38 PM
Got another one!

Gaines Prime Dog Food (311).

I always wondered what company made that one. Their other dog food product, Gaines Burgers, wasn't made by Topps until OLDS 3. (Sure took them long enough!) I remember that one from way back, especially their slogan "The canned dog food without the can!". Never knew that they had any other dog food products until now. I wonder what others they had. Anyone out there know?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: bigtomi on July 05, 2018, 03:33:34 PM
Their other dog food product, Gaines Burgers, wasn't made until OLDS 3.
As a Topps Wacky, maybe; but Crazy Labels did it in '79.

(https://s8.postimg.cc/akjiuz53l/Draines_Burpers.jpg) (https://postimg.cc/image/akjiuz53l/)
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 05, 2018, 03:58:35 PM
As a Topps Wacky, maybe; but Crazy Labels did it in '79.

(https://s8.postimg.cc/akjiuz53l/Draines_Burpers.jpg) (https://postimg.cc/image/akjiuz53l/)
Thanks! It's been noted.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 05, 2018, 07:17:32 PM
Yes, two more!

Exclusive with yellow-cover Wacky Packages Collector's Album binder. Before this, there was a red-cover Wacky Packages Collector's Album binder, but it had nothing included with it, stickers or otherwise. These two binders were available in stores. (988)

Exclusive with ANS7 three-ring binder. ANS8, ANS9, ANS10 and ANS11 also had three-ring binders as well and there was also a generic red-cover three-ring binder but, as was the case with the red-cover Wacky Packages Collector's Album binder, they, too, had nothing included with them, stickers or otherwise. These were the only five ANS that had such binders and all of them were only available on the Topps website, while the generic binder was available in stores. (1268).

Feel free to adapt these two Notes as you will, Patrick. You'll probably do a much better job at it than I did!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: RawGoo on July 06, 2018, 11:09:44 AM
Yes, another one!

Exclusive with ANS7 three-ring binder. ANS8 also had a three-ring binder as well, but it had nothing included with it, stickers or otherwise. These were the only two ANS that had such binders. (1268).

Feel free to adapt this one as you will, Patrick. You'll probably do a much better job at it than I did!

There were binders for ANS 9, 10 and 11 as well.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 06, 2018, 11:13:31 AM
There were binders for ANS 9, 10 and 11 as well.
Thanks; I'll change that right now.

Am I right in saying that there were no other ANS-exclusive binders prior to ANS7 and that ANS7's binder was the only one that had an extra bonus in it? Please let me know.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: bigtomi on July 06, 2018, 03:44:50 PM
Am I right in saying that there were no ANS-exclusivel binders prior to ANS7 and that ANS7's binder was the only one that had an extra bonus in it? Please let me know.
I'd say that was true, unless you count the smaller red/yellow collector albums with the 4-pocket pages which came out near the beginning of the ANS run. I seem to recall there being some kind of bonus sticker(s) with them [might be misremembering], though they really aren't necessarily ANS-exclusive. There was also a standard sized 3-ring binder produced in 2006 (http://www.wackypacks.com/miscellaneous/ans/stationery/3-ring_front1.html). So, come to think of it, I guess you are incorrect.  :P
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: RawGoo on July 06, 2018, 04:57:47 PM
I'd say that was true, unless you count the smaller red/yellow collector albums with the 4-pocket pages which came out near the beginning of the ANS run. I seem to recall there being some kind of bonus sticker(s) with them [might be misremembering], though they really aren't necessarily ANS-exclusive. There was also a standard sized 3-ring binder produced in 2006 (http://www.wackypacks.com/miscellaneous/ans/stationery/3-ring_front1.html). So, come to think of it, I guess you are incorrect.  :P

Either the little 4-pocket red or yellow album had Stella Dorko as a bonus sticker.  I can check when I get home.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 06, 2018, 07:19:38 PM
Pat, it was the yellow one.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 06, 2018, 07:21:28 PM
I'd say that was true, unless you count the smaller red/yellow collector albums with the 4-pocket pages which came out near the beginning of the ANS run. I seem to recall there being some kind of bonus sticker(s) with them [might be misremembering], though they really aren't necessarily ANS-exclusive. There was also a standard sized 3-ring binder produced in 2006 (http://www.wackypacks.com/miscellaneous/ans/stationery/3-ring_front1.html). So, come to think of it, I guess you are incorrect.  :P
In this case, I'm being ANS-exclusive. However, I've also included the Collector's Album binders and the generic 3-ring binder, too. So, counting everything major here, that makes eight binders that are definitely connected to the ANS run-a set of two followed by a set of six, with five of the latter made for specific ANS. In the case of each of the two sets, one had a Wacky in it and the other/others didn't. These are the only ones that, I think, need to be mentioned here.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: RawGoo on July 07, 2018, 02:52:05 AM
In this case, I'm being ANS-exclusive. However, I've also included the Collector's Album binders, too. So, counting everything major here, that makes seven binders that are definitely connected to the ANS run-a set of two followed by a set of five. In the case of each of the two sets, one had a Wacky in it and the other/others didn't. These are the only ones that, I think, need to be mentioned here.

There were 6 full size binders issued for ANS.  The red one from 2010 just isn't labeled for any specific series.

As for the two smaller card holders, I have checked, and it was the second (yellow) one that included Stella Dorko.  I have extras of both if anyone can use them.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 07, 2018, 10:57:48 AM
There were 6 full size binders issued for ANS.  The red one from 2010 just isn't labeled for any specific series.

As for the two smaller card holders, I have checked, and it was the second (yellow) one that included Stella Dorko.  I have extras of both if anyone can use them.
Okay, that info is in. The Notes that I'm adding to the Spreadsheet, however, mostly deal with the Wackys that came with two of the binders.

According to bigtomi, the generic red binder came out in 2006, not 2010.

I wonder why Topps didn't make three-ring binders for ANS1-ANS6? That would've been nice if they did. Maybe they didn't even think of doing it until ANS7. Who knows? Who knows why the people in charge at Topps do anything that they do?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 11, 2018, 01:11:03 PM
Patrick, I've got a question about Croca-Cola Zero (2671).

The Note says that there are three variations of this Wacky Postcard-Feb. 2010, Winter 2010 and a white back. But while I was looking on eBay, I saw a post that said "Both back variations" showing the first two in the Note and another one that showed a promo sticker that said Feb. 2010.

Now what I'd like to know is: Should the listing "white back" be changed to "sticker", or are there actually only two variations, one a sticker that says Feb. 2010 and the other a postcard that says Winter 2010? I'd really like to know just in case you have to change this. Thanks!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 11, 2018, 02:42:15 PM
Yep, more! This time it's company names for cookies and crackers. Patrick, please add them to the beginning of each product:

*Nabisco: 41, 49, 686, 725, 850, 853, 894, 939, 943, 954, 1108, 1120, 1227, 1333, 1425, 1455, 1523, 1666, 1668, 1673, 1792, 1895, 1912, 1926, 2524, 2750, 3525 & 4173
*Keebler: 445, 602, 652, 1571, 1918, 2453 & 2764 (687 has already been done)
*Sunshine: 163, 190, 239, 713, 1105 & 4030

Boy, when it comes to cookies and crackers, after practically banning Wackys after the two for the Die-Cuts (Ratz Crackers and Cracked Animals) were pulled (a third one, Monsterettes, intended for the 9th series, wouldn't be released until years later), Nabisco sure got its sense of humor back in a hurry when the ANS run got started! I mean, they've got the most Wackys of this kind! Keebler and Sunshine don't even come close (especially since the latter merged with the former a long time ago (at least I think that it did)). I hope that I didn't miss anything!

UPDATE: It seems that I did miss a lot! See 7-29-18 post below.
UPDATE 2: Also, see 12-10-18 post below.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: RawGoo on July 11, 2018, 03:18:38 PM
Patrick, I've got a question about Croca-Cola Zero (2671).

The Note says that there are three variations of this Wacky Postcard-Feb. 2010, Winter 2010 and a white back. But while I was looking on eBay, I saw a post that said "Both back variations" showing the first two in the Note and another one that showed a promo sticker that said Feb. 2010.

Now what I'd like to know is: Should the listing "white back" be changed to "sticker", or are there actually only two variations, one a sticker that says Feb. 2010 and the other a postcard that says Winter 2010? I'd really like to know just in case you have to change this. Thanks!

Taken from the Master list on this site:

PROMO CARDS (2009):
- Series 5 Croca Cola promo card - with "Coming Winter 2010"
- Series 5 Croca Cola promo card - with "Coming February 2010"
- Series 5 Croca Cola promo sticker - with "Coming February 2010" on front (white back)
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 11, 2018, 03:42:09 PM
Taken from the Master list on this site:

PROMO CARDS (2009):
- Series 5 Croca Cola promo card - with "Coming Winter 2010"
- Series 5 Croca Cola promo card - with "Coming February 2010"
- Series 5 Croca Cola promo sticker - with "Coming February 2010" on front (white back)
Thanks, Pat. Then I guess Patrick can probably change it to "sticker with white back", so it'll be clear.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on July 11, 2018, 03:46:35 PM
Thanks, Pat. Then I guess Patrick can probably change it to "sticker with white back", so it'll be clear.
just did a mod to capture this.
i'll get to all the other things this weekend...
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 11, 2018, 03:52:20 PM
just did a mod to capture this.
i'll get to all the other things this weekend...
Thanks, Patrick! I knew you wouldn't let me down!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 14, 2018, 11:15:15 PM
Got another one!

Advil Ibuprofen Tablets (731).

Do you think that this type of pill also applies to Alive/Aleve? If so, then that (or whatever it is, if it's another type) should be included, too.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 23, 2018, 08:19:13 AM
Hey Patrick, what happened to the a's and c's? Did something go wrong?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on July 24, 2018, 09:20:22 PM
Hey Patrick, what happened to the a's and c's? Did something go wrong?
Something went right!
I got distracted by another non-sport set. It was announced, went on sale and the boxes delivered all within just a one month span. Totally crazy!!
I spent all last weekend digging through them.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 25, 2018, 08:32:45 AM
Great! What set was it? Was it horror, sci-fi, humor? Please tell me!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 28, 2018, 06:31:29 AM
Just found another one!

Ex-Lax Chocolated Laxative (319).

Hope these a's and c's can be done soon!

By the way, what type of laxative is Rex-Lax (1039) parodying? I think that should be included, too.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on July 29, 2018, 03:23:50 PM
Mikecho, thanks for all those updates. I think I'm all caught up.
(Now back to my sci-fi set, Space: 1999)

I've included the vast majority of your items, but there are some I don't concur with (e.g. It: Chapter One/1), some I don't think we know enough about to be sure (e.g. Murial cigars), some are incorrect (e.g. 1908, Nabisco sold off SnackWells in 2012, before the 2015 parody)
and with (740-748), you reference a wiki entry on lost wackys that I cannot find
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: RawGoo on July 29, 2018, 03:47:57 PM
Mikecho, thanks for all those updates. I think I'm all caught up.
(Now back to my sci-fi set, Space: 1999)


I missed a cool sci-fi set, didn't I?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on July 29, 2018, 04:00:13 PM
I missed a cool sci-fi set, didn't I?
I've gots LOTS of base sets if you're interested in one
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on July 29, 2018, 08:27:46 PM
Mikecho, thanks for all those updates. I think I'm all caught up.
(Now back to my sci-fi set, Space: 1999)

I've included the vast majority of your items, but there are some I don't concur with (e.g. It: Chapter One/1), some I don't think we know enough about to be sure (e.g. Murial cigars), some are incorrect (e.g. 1908, Nabisco sold off SnackWells in 2012, before the 2015 parody)
and with (740-748), you reference a wiki entry on lost wackys that I cannot find
For the article "Wacky Packages: The Lost 1992 Series", look up www.hipsteria.com. Fred Wheaton wrote it. It'll show that Smellio's and Gormel were indeed intended for the clear clingys for ANS1.

Also, you left out 15 things:

*Gerber High Meat Dinner - Junior Beef with Vegetables (124),
*Nabisco Chewy Chips Ahoy! (686) (I forgot to put this one in the Nabisco list; it's in now),
*Same product as Wacky Ads but with different design and without a "k" in the name;... (729),
*Nabisco Teddy Grahams Honey (853) (I forgot to put this one in the Nabisco list; it's in now),
*Nabisco Oreo (954, 2650 & 4173) (I forgot to put these three in the Nabisco list; they're all in now),
*Ex-Lax Chewable Laxatives (1039) (Is this the right product? See below.),
*Nabisco Chips Ahoy! (1333, 1912 & 2524) (I forgot to put these three in the Nabisco list; they're all in now),
*Robocop/Rolo Chewy Caramels in Milk Chocolate (2194),
*Atomic Blonde/Atomic Fire Ball Sugar Candy (2212),
*Tomb Raider/Tums Antacids (2213),
*Originally intended for lost 1992 series and, before that, for unmade Wacky Magazine series (with different design) as "Salami Street Magazine" (2265),
*Originally intended for ANS8 Wacky Packages Go to the Movies subset (2295),
*Atomic Fire Ball Sugar Candy (2501),
*Keebler Club Crackers - Original (2764) (I forgot to put this one in the Keebler list; it's in now),
*...the seven previously unreleased tattoos... & ...These seven were released later in... (3921).

If you could please do these 15 a.s.a.p., that would be great!

Next, what kind of tablet is Alive/Aleve (918) and what kind of laxative is Rex-Lax/Ex-Lax (1039; see above)? That should be included, too.

Finally, what year did the card series Space:1999 come out and which company made it?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 04, 2018, 01:13:24 PM
Patrick, I've found a whole bunch of repeated Notes that should be combined into one big entry, like some of the others have been. They are:

759-761, 823-830, 913-921, 993-1003, 1074-1083, 1178-1187, 1292-1301, 1724-1726, 1599-1600, 2000-2004, 2111-2119, 2120-2129, 2130-2139, 2140-2149, 2150-2159, 2162-2169, 2260-2264, 2266-2269, 2271-2279, 2282-2294, 2296-2299, 2300-2319, 2320-2329, 2330-2339, 2340-2349, 2552-2555, 2595-2600, 2601-2602, 2604-2612, 2822-2825, 2945-2950, 2951-2959, 3476-3493, 3597-3602, 3610-3613, 3615-3618, 3741-3743, 3744-3779, 3815-3818, 3822-3826, 3829-3830, 3832-3835, 3838-3839, 3866-3868, 3875-3884,3885-3892, 3893-3894, 3990-3997, 4037-4040, 4093-4095, 4098-4103, 4106-4114, 4115-4117, 4129-4136, 4137-4141, 4147-4149, 4178-4180, 4181-4182, 4183-4188, 4189-4190, 4193-4197, 4198-4199, 4200-4214, 4220-4227, 4229-4230, 4236-4239, 4241-4248, 4249-4251, 4253-4256 & 4257-4259.

Good luck!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on August 04, 2018, 02:42:12 PM
For the article "Wacky Packages: The Lost 1992 Series", look up www.hipsteria.com. Fred Wheaton wrote it. It'll show that Smellio's and Gormel were indeed intended for the clear clingys for ANS1.
updated
Also, you left out 15 things:

*Gerber High Meat Dinner - Junior Beef with Vegetables (124), Chicken appears to have the blue cap, like the artwork, not sure it matters btwn beef or chicken
*Nabisco Chewy Chips Ahoy! (686) (I forgot to put this one in the Nabisco list; it's in now), updated
*Same product as Wacky Ads but with different design and without a "k" in the name;... (729), updated
*Nabisco Teddy Grahams Honey (853) (I forgot to put this one in the Nabisco list; it's in now), updated
*Nabisco Oreo (954, 2650 & 4173) (I forgot to put these three in the Nabisco list; they're all in now), updated
*Ex-Lax Chewable Laxatives (1039) (Is this the right product? See below.), They're tablets, so they are not 'chewables'
*Nabisco Chips Ahoy! (1333, 1912 & 2524) (I forgot to put these three in the Nabisco list; they're all in now), updated
*Robocop/Rolo Chewy Caramels in Milk Chocolate (2194),  Rolos are just Rolos
*Atomic Blonde/Atomic Fire Ball Sugar Candy (2212), updated
*Tomb Raider/Tums Antacids (2213), Antacid is singular
*Originally intended for lost 1992 series and, before that, for 11th series (with different design) as "Salami Street Magazine" (2265), this is going too deep into the weeds and I don't think it's needed
*Originally intended for ANS8 Wacky Packages Go to the Movies subset (2295), I don't think Wacky Packages is in the title of the subset
*Atomic Fire Ball Sugar Candy (2501), updated
*Keebler Club Crackers - Original (2764) (I forgot to put this one in the Keebler list; it's in now),  updated
*...the seven previously unreleased tattoos... & ...These seven were released later in... (3921). only six were used in the OLDS 5 set. Rusty indicates there may have been a 7th, Hungry Jerk, but I'm not finding much about that one.

If you could please do these 15 a.s.a.p., that would be great!

Next, what kind of tablet is Alive/Aleve (918) and what kind of laxative is Rex-Lax/Ex-Lax (1039; see above)? That should be included, too. Aleve is naproxen sodium, is that what you're referring to?

Finally, what year did the card series Space:1999 come out and which company made it? they came out just a couple weeks ago, which is why I've been swamped by opening and collating them. They're a small company in the UK, Unstoppable.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on August 04, 2018, 02:43:40 PM
Patrick, I've found a whole bunch of repeated Notes that should be combined into one big entry, like some of the others have been. They are:
Good luck!
I'll pick away at those over time. That's a lot to tackle at once.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 04, 2018, 04:21:00 PM
Thank you very much, Patrick! Just a few clarifications:

*Shouldn't 1039's Real Product note actually be Ex-Lax Maximum Strength Laxative Tablets? Since they're laxatives, that may be the right term.
* In Robo, the words "Chewy Caramels in Milk Chocolate" were used for the Real Product section in 1563. I just figured that 2194's Real Product section should match. However, if it's actually just Rolo, then both of them should be changed accordingly.
*Salami Street Magazine was one of the candidates for the Wacky Magazines series that was never made, but many of them were put into a few OS, beginning with the 11th series. Since Mitch, you and I have included other never-published Wackys from the OS run in here, I think that this should be done. too. That's just me, however.
*Yes, the subset's title is Wacky Packages Go to the Movies. I've seen-and got-the cards.
*When I said "seven" for the two things in 3921, I was referring to Weakies.
*Yes, Naproxen Sodium Tablets for 918 is exactly what I was looking for.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on August 09, 2018, 05:31:58 PM
Thank you very much, Patrick! Just a few clarifications:

*Shouldn't 1039's Real Product note actually be Ex-Lax Maximum Strength Laxative Tablets? Since they're laxatives, that may be the right term.
* In Robo, the words "Chewy Caramels in Milk Chocolate" were used for the Real Product section in 1563. I just figured that 2194's Real Product section should match. However, if it's actually just Rolo, then both of them should be changed accordingly.
*Salami Street Magazine was one of the candidates for the Wacky Magazines series that was never made, but many of them were put into a few OS, beginning with the 11th series. Since Mitch, you and I have included other never-published Wackys from the OS run in here, I think that this should be done. too. That's just me, however.
*Yes, the subset's title is Wacky Packages Go to the Movies. I've seen-and got-the cards.
*When I said "seven" for the two things in 3921, I was referring to Weakies.
*Yes, Naproxen Sodium Tablets for 918 is exactly what I was looking for.

thought you'd get a kick out of Allender's Checklist for the 50th Anniversary set - check out the titles given to the nine 50th Anniversary cards (and mimicked below into the artist signature area too).
http://nslists.com/wack50th.htm
Someone's having a laugh at the bogus info that they provided to Jeff and got him to post.

-done
-corrected the earlier Rolo
-to me, chasing alternate versions of unused parodies is a stretch, so I'm leaving out for now.
-none of the other subsets have Wacky Packages in the title. As well, I've removed the WP from the 1378-1385 listings
-Weakies was created for the OLDS tattoos, along with Campy and DeMented. While Weakies was on the tattoo wrapper, no line art showed up for it when all the other lost tattoos got auctioned by topps. It's possible it was never made.
-done
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 14, 2018, 10:39:04 AM
Thanks, Patrick! Just found a few that I missed:

*Bayer Aspirin (366 & 519),
*...and "16 Bloody Ounces" was changed to "16 Scary Ounces" (700)
*Replaced Plop on Pop (see 819) (728),
*... as ANS10 bonus sticker B1 (737),
*...lost 1992 series, then replaced Gooya (see 3614). Due to it being severely short-printed and no one noticing this (as a result, very few were purchased), very few examples of this Wacky exist and they are expensive when they do turn up. (739) (I got this information from Greg Grant's website. If it's different or if anything has changed about it since then, please resolve it as you will),
*..., but was eventually replaced by Dead Bull (see 728) (819),
*...@ $1.99 a pack (ANS1-5 sets... (1172) (the period after the first "a pack" isn't needed; as there is a period at the end of the sentence),
*Nabisco Teddy Grahams - Honey (1523),
*... (Fritos Scoops Corn Chips) (1901)
*Pokemon Go/Band-Aid? (2033) (Is this one right? Please confirm),
*Beyonce/Minute Maid Lemonade? (2075) (The same thing for this one),
*Robocop/Rolo Candies (2194) (you forgot to capitalize this Rolo Wacky),
*.../My Little Pony - Rarity's Carousel Boutique (2236),
*It: Chapter One (2240) (I checked this out on the Wikipedia page for this film and this is the right title for it. Only this first Note is wrong, you got the second Note for this film right),
*.../Nabisco Honey Maid Teddy Grahams - Cinnamon (2245),
*...the test series version (3347 & 3361),
*...and then later as ANS1 bonus sticker B2 (see 739). The original version's text was changed from... & ...to "Recommended by people who work for us" and "Cross eye fleas with black eye peas". (3614).

Thanks again!




Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on August 26, 2018, 08:00:04 PM
done.

Band-Aid and MM Lemonade may have some similarities in look to the Wacky's, but aren't the basis for them.

I don't think the 'dash' is needed for the product names, so I've left it out of those three indicated.

I don't understand why 1901 even has that comment? It's a different product than what was spoofed, so it's not even the basis for the published parody.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 27, 2018, 12:34:28 AM
Patrick, the explanation for 1901 is that the Note for Frodo's is supposed to be ..."Fritoads Scooters" (Fritos Scoops Corn Chips). I guess that I should've been more clear on this one.

Got a question: What type of Bayer aspirin was used for eBayer Aspirin (2032)? Was it Bayer Aspirin Low Dose (the basic kind), or another Bayer variety entirely? I say this because, in the 70s, there was only one kind of Bayer aspirin. Now there are several.   UPDATE: I think that it might be Bayer Aspirin Low Dose, but it's got brown at the bottom of the label. Low Dose, I think, is green, but I'm not sure.   UPDATE 2: I just checked it out at the store and found out that it's just plain old regular Bayer Aspirin. Low Dose is green, as is Safety Coated. You have it right, so just ignore this one.

Finally, 2240 should be just be It: Chapter One only, since it's just the movie poster and not the movie combined with a product, as 2248 was. You got the second one at 2248 right because you originally wrote it as "One". The first one at 2240 was originally written as the number, not the word. Again, I guess that I should've been more clear on this one, too.

Thanks!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 28, 2018, 06:56:54 PM
Just wanted to ask: how goes the multiple entries into one box conversions that I sent you before?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 29, 2018, 10:21:48 AM
done.

Band-Aid and MM Lemonade may have some similarities in look to the Wacky's, but aren't the basis for them.

I don't think the 'dash' is needed for the product names, so I've left it out of those three indicated.

I don't understand why 1901 even has that comment? It's a different product than what was spoofed, so it's not even the basis for the published parody.
Then that makes three products that I thought were represented here, but weren't (the last one was Starbuck's; see the May 20, 2018 post for that one). Oh well, you can't win them all.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on August 30, 2018, 10:29:50 AM
Found four more!

*Raid House & Garden Bug Killer (330),
*Viva Absorbent Paper Towels (332),
*..., but was eventually replaced by Dead Bull (see 728) (819) (you forgot this one the last time),
*Nabisco Teddy Grahams Honey (853) (you just need to remove the dash on this one).

Finally, Patrick, I've got a question. Gravestones (695) mentions the previous version of Gallstones in its Note, so why can't Harassame Street Magazine (2265) mention the previous version of Salami Street Magazine in its Note? (That being said, should the Gallstones reference be removed as well?) In addition, several other Wackys have mentioned previous versions from the time of the OS run as well. I'm not trying to be rude or pushy here, just wondering: why this one exception among so many others that were done in the past when I was helping Mitch out?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 02, 2018, 08:04:39 PM
I just thought of something. The magazine Wackys were all originally intended for a Wacky Magazines series that was never made (for the details go to lostwackys.com and click on the Wacky Magazines section) so why not mention this? I'll get the numbers for you.

UPDATE: Here they are, with the Note:

Originally intended for unmade Wacky Magazines series (408-415, 483-488, 495, 498, 499, 509, 514, 518, 541, 2568, 3308).

That leaves only one left that was going to be in the 11th series, but was dropped: Rotting Zone (Rolling Stone). I sure hope that that one gets into an OLDS series soon, like Tomb Magazine did in OLDS 5.

Oh, and if you're wondering about 2265, I changed the Note. Look up Reply #800 on 7-29-18 and you'll see it there. Thanks!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 17, 2018, 10:27:58 AM
Hey, Patrick, how have you been? Haven't heard from you in a while. Hope you're okay.

I see that you've corrected 2240 in the Spreadsheet and I was just wondering how you're doing on the other a's and c's that I've mentioned so far. I can't wait to see them.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on September 17, 2018, 05:09:55 PM
Patrick, the explanation for 1901 is that the Note for Frodo's is supposed to be ..."Fritoads Scooters" (Fritos Scoops Corn Chips). I guess that I should've been more clear on this one.

Got a question: What type of Bayer aspirin was used for eBayer Aspirin (2032)? Was it Bayer Aspirin Low Dose (the basic kind), or another Bayer variety entirely? I say this because, in the 70s, there was only one kind of Bayer aspirin. Now there are several.   UPDATE: I think that it might be Bayer Aspirin Low Dose, but it's got brown at the bottom of the label. Low Dose, I think, is green, but I'm not sure.   UPDATE 2: I just checked it out at the store and found out that it's just plain old regular Bayer Aspirin. Low Dose is green, as is Safety Coated. You have it right, so just ignore this one.

Finally, 2240 should be just be It: Chapter One only, since it's just the movie poster and not the movie combined with a product, as 2248 was. You got the second one at 2248 right because you originally wrote it as "One". The first one at 2240 was originally written as the number, not the word. Again, I guess that I should've been more clear on this one, too.

Thanks!
thinks we're all good with this one now.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on September 17, 2018, 05:17:31 PM
Just wanted to ask: how goes the multiple entries into one box conversions that I sent you before?
slow.
If I see something while I'm on the spreadsheet, I'll make an update. But I haven't been seeking them out. I've hit quite a few though just now.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on September 17, 2018, 05:32:06 PM
Found four more!

*Raid House & Garden Bug Killer (330),
*Viva Absorbent Paper Towels (332),
*..., but was eventually replaced by Dead Bull (see 728) (819) (you forgot this one the last time),
*Nabisco Teddy Grahams Honey (853) (you just need to remove the dash on this one).

Finally, Patrick, I've got a question. Gravestones (695) mentions the previous version of Gallstones in its Note, so why can't Harassame Street Magazine (2265) mention the previous version of Salami Street Magazine in its Note? (That being said, should the Gallstones reference be removed as well?) In addition, several other Wackys have mentioned previous versions from the time of the OS run as well. I'm not trying to be rude or pushy here, just wondering: why this one exception among so many others that were done in the past when I was helping Mitch out?
think I've got all those now.

To answer your question, to me if something was a separate rough or different take on a spoof for the same product, they really are not related and it's not something that needs to be noted.
I haven't been looking through the spreadsheet to take out other earlier ones, but if I spot something, I'll probably remove it.
And with that, I've now removed the Gallstones note in 695.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on September 17, 2018, 05:54:08 PM
Hey, Patrick, how have you been? Haven't heard from you in a while. Hope you're okay.

I see that you've corrected 2240 in the Spreadsheet and I was just wondering how you're doing on the other a's and c's that I've mentioned so far. I can't wait to see them.
thinks I'm all caught up now.

doing fine, just putting most of my attention on my Space: 1999 set.
The publisher recently released what he calls a Summer Year Set. Which is where he bundles together unsold boxes from several series that were released this year for a discount price.
And as additional incentive, adds in a packet containing previously unreleased autograph and sketch cards.
In some ways it's really frustrating, as you think you've completed a full set of autographs and sketch artists from when the set you were interested in was released, only to find out months later that there were a handful more autos and artists that were entirely held back purely for this purpose.
For the missing autographs and sketch artists, I was relying solely on the big dealers that buy these Summer deals to resell individual cards on ebay, as I wasn't about to buy multiple boxes of sets I had zero interest in, gambling to hit a card I wanted in the incentive pack.
It's definitely been a very different experience collecting from Unstoppable than anything from Topps, to say the least!!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 17, 2018, 08:01:24 PM
Thanks! Keep up the good work! You missed these, though:

*330 should say Raid House & Garden Bug Killer. You put in $ by mistake.
*332 is Viva Absorbent Paper Towels (if you want to see this, it's on Swiski's Gag Criticism, Variation and Packaging post, Reply #1330 on 9-12-18).
737 should be ...as ANS10 bonus sticker B1.
*To be grammatically correct, 819 should say ..., but was eventually replaced... .
*3614 should be ...and later as ANS1 bonus sticker B2. .

Also, I just found these:

*Tic Tac Fresh Mints (392, 1555 & 2191),
*Mattel Barbie My Scene (908),
*Batman: The Animated Series - Season One (2272) (I saw this DVD set in my local Barnes and Noble store and it is the right one for this Wacky),
*Mattel Barbie (2631) (I'm basing this one and 908 on the name that you gave to 2258).

And I just found this one on Jeff Allender's House of Checklists:

*Comes in two colors: gray and blue (2179).

Speaking of Jeff Allender, I just looked at your Space: 1999 checklist on his website, and you're right, it is extensive! I take it that you're talking about Series 2 from 2018 and not Series 1 from 2016 (although that one's extensive, too). Which one of the two do you have? Then there's the preview sets. Did you get the matching preview set for your card set, too? There were three of them: one for Series 1 in 2015, one in 2017 and one for Series 2 that was in 2018 also.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Paul_Maul on September 17, 2018, 09:42:05 PM

*To be grammatically correct, 819 should say ..., but was eventually replaced... .


You must be joking. These notes are not written in the form of complete sentences, the way this note is written reads just fine. Itís a note.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 17, 2018, 11:35:09 PM
slow.
If I see something while I'm on the spreadsheet, I'll make an update. But I haven't been seeking them out. I've hit quite a few though just now.
You've definitely done a lot of them from what I've seen and it's great! Just a few more left to go on the multiple Note sections and we can call it quits for the bundling of them. All you have to do is just remember to keep doing it that way in the future. It sure beats writing multiple Notes as before the way I see it.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 18, 2018, 07:30:38 PM
think I've got all those now.

To answer your question, to me if something was a separate rough or different take on a spoof for the same product, they really are not related and it's not something that needs to be noted.
I haven't been looking through the spreadsheet to take out other earlier ones, but if I spot something, I'll probably remove it.
And with that, I've now removed the Gallstones note in 695.
Okay, I can see where you're coming from. It'll be interesting, to say the least, as to what'll be kept and what'll be discarded.

I just hope that nothing important will go. Remember, all of those unmade ones I did get off of lostwackys.com in the Lost Wackys section, so if you want to look there and get some ideas as to what stays or what goes, go ahead. Maybe that'll help, maybe it won't. I really don't know, I'm just saying that it wouldn't hurt to try.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: bigtomi on September 19, 2018, 08:18:08 AM
It'll be interesting, to say the least, as to what'll be kept and what'll be discarded.
Maybe interesting to you.

I just hope that nothing important will go.
I'd bet it won't. Maybe you don't know Patrick very well. He is likely one of the, if not the, most knowledgeable minds in the hobby. I'm not saying he knows everything, but he knows/remembers way more than most. I doubt you could hand the task of maintaining this information to anyone that could handle it better (Mitch did a great job, of course). So, please unfurrow your brow. 'nuff said?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on September 23, 2018, 03:46:58 PM
Just found two more a's:

*...and all other series after it (except for ANS4) did not. ... (906)
*Packs in this series were also sold with cellophane-wrapped bubble gum inside (see 906) (933).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 04, 2018, 07:42:18 AM
Maybe interesting to you.
I'd bet it won't. Maybe you don't know Patrick very well. He is likely one of the, if not the, most knowledgeable minds in the hobby. I'm not saying he knows everything, but he knows/remembers way more than most. I doubt you could hand the task of maintaining this information to anyone that could handle it better (Mitch did a great job, of course). So, please unfurrow your brow. 'nuff said?
Oh, I'm not worried at all. Believe me, I know that the Spreadsheet's in good hands.

As for what comes and goes, I'm sure that I'm not the only one that wants to see what happens.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 04, 2018, 07:44:25 AM
Hey Patrick, how goes it with the Spreadsheet so far? Any progress?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on October 04, 2018, 03:41:42 PM
Thanks! Keep up the good work! You missed these, though:

*330 should say Raid House & Garden Bug Killer. You put in $ by mistake. corrected
*332 is Viva Absorbent Paper Towels (if you want to see this, it's on Swiski's Gag Criticism, Variation and Packaging post, Reply #1330 on 9-12-18). I went off of the Logo in the image that just has the word towels and not the smaller text at the bottom.
737 should be ...as ANS10 bonus sticker B1. the word sticker is not needed
*To be grammatically correct, 819 should say ..., but was eventually replaced... . disagree
*3614 should be ...and later as ANS1 bonus sticker B2. . the word sticker is not needed

Also, I just found these:

*Tic Tac Fresh Mints (392, 1555 & 2191), updated
*Mattel Barbie My Scene (908),  updated
*Batman: The Animated Series - Season One (2272) (I saw this DVD set in my local Barnes and Noble store and it is the right one for this Wacky),  appears to actually be Volume Four. I don't see 'season one' attached to the name though, so I'll leave that off
*Mattel Barbie (2631) (I'm basing this one and 908 on the name that you gave to 2258). updated

And I just found this one on Jeff Allender's House of Checklists:

*Comes in two colors: gray and blue (2179). well, that was a printing error version (found by Chad iirc), so I don't think that counts

Speaking of Jeff Allender, I just looked at your Space: 1999 checklist on his website, and you're right, it is extensive! I take it that you're talking about Series 2 from 2018 and not Series 1 from 2016 (although that one's extensive, too). Which one of the two do you have? Then there's the preview sets. Did you get the matching preview set for your card set, too? There were three of them: one for Series 1 in 2015, one in 2017 and one for Series 2 that was in 2018 also.

updates as noted above.

With the Space: 1999 sets, I pretty much have everything. And there are far more promo cards than the three preview sets. Jeff only lists the multi-card sets uniquely, and then there are also a bunch of single or dual-card promos.

And then there is something that we Wacky collectors luckily don't have to deal with  - Dealer promo cards. There were 27 with the first set and 36 with the second set (that I know of). They all have unique images from what are in the base sets, so to be a completist you have to try and chase them all.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on October 04, 2018, 04:00:25 PM
Just found two more a's:

*...and all other series after it (except for ANS4) did not. ... (906)
*Packs in this series were also sold with cellophane-wrapped bubble gum inside (see 906) (933).
yikes.
completely revamped 906 for ANS3, as that was incorrect, and added words to 987 for ANS4
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 04, 2018, 10:49:34 PM
Just got this one tonight:

*Bon Ami Polishing Cleanser (336).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 13, 2018, 12:47:20 PM
Patrick, I just found something (saw it again, actually) on lostwackys.com in the Lost Wackys section that could be considered for inclusion here.

A series of card backs called Wacky DVDs was considered to replace the Wacky Coupons for ANS4. The art (all roughs) was done by Neil Camera. The seven DVDs known to exist were:

*Dawn of the Dead Head (Dawn of the Dead (2004 second version))
*Fiends (Friends)
*Furious George (Curious George)
*March of the Penguin (March of the Penguins)
*Scary Poppins (Mary Poppins)
*The Simpletons (The Simpsons)
*Swinefeld (Seinfeld).

This Note (if it's made) will have to go on 933, at the beginning of the ANS4 section, since there's already a Note at the end of it. I give this information to you,; do with it as you like.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 13, 2018, 12:58:14 PM
I made a mistake on a past addition. 2272 should be Batman: The Animated Series - Volume One. The same reason as mentioned above in 9-17-18's post applies, since I've seen the box for this one and it's mostly yellow, like the sticker is. I guess that I wasn't too clear on that one again. However, Patrick, if you still want to leave this off, that's okay. However, I haven't seen Volume Four's box, so could you show me a picture of that one just to be safe?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on October 14, 2018, 01:56:12 AM
I made a mistake on a past addition. 2272 should be Batman: The Animated Series - Volume One. The same reason as mentioned above in 9-17-18's post applies, since I've seen the box for this one and it's mostly yellow, like the sticker is. I guess that I wasn't too clear on that one again. However, Patrick, if you still want to leave this off, that's okay. However, I haven't seen Volume Four's box, so could you show me a picture of that one just to be safe?
I already knew that you made a mistake the first time, which is why I indicated in my response that the correct item was actually Volume Four. Nothing was left off and that's what I put in the spreadsheet. A simple google image search of "Batman Animated Volume Four" should allay your fears and make you feel safe about this one.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 14, 2018, 01:52:50 PM
I already knew that you made a mistake the first time, which is why I indicated in my response that the correct item was actually Volume Four. Nothing was left off and that's what I put in the spreadsheet. A simple google image search of "Batman Animated Volume Four" should allay your fears and make you feel safe about this one.
I just looked and you're correct. Thanks.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 14, 2018, 02:16:54 PM
Yep, another one, but my mistake again:

...of a series of special promo cards that started in 1994 and is still going on (4233).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 23, 2018, 11:38:24 AM
Patrick, I just found these:

*The typeface on the Notes of 688 and 728 and the Wacky names of 4142-4151 need to be changed so that they match the others;
*...with the yellow plastic-covered Binder... (the comma after "yellow" shouldn't be there) (988);
*...Philly Non-Sport Card Show promo card series... (1378-1385)
*Aquaman (1837)
*.../made up hair remover product (every other one of these is called "Made Up Product" or something similar, so I think that this one should be too, just for consistency) (2205)
*...than regular cards (3744-3779);
*..., but replaced by Bone Ami (see 336) (3819).

Next, these have either Real Products or Notes that are bleeding from one section into another and should be boxed into one section (again, this is just for consistency):

739, 2185, 2231, 2239, 2245, 2252 and 4260.

Finally, here are the remaining Notes that need to be combined into one, in case you don't have, or have misplaced, the first list:

*696-697, 732-734, 759-761, 823-830, 913-921, 1015-1016, 1032-1033, 1037-1038, 1045-1046, 1051-1054, 1057-1058, 1599-1600, 1724-1726, 1862-1867, 2000-2005, 2110-2119, 2120-2129, 2130-2139, 2140-2149, 2150-2159, 2260-2264, 2266-2269, 2271-2279, 2282-2294, 2296-2299, 2300-2319, 2320-2349, 2822-2825, 3476-3493, 3528-3529, 3597-3602, 3610-3613, 3615-3618, 3801-3807, 3815-3818, 3822-3826, 3829-3830, 3832-3835, 3838-3839, 3866-3868, 3885-3892, 3893-3894, 4029-4030, 4037-4040, 4093-4095, 4098-4102, 4183-4189, 4190-4191, 4193-4197, 4198-4199, 4200-4214, 4220-4227, 4229-4230, 4236-4239, 4249-4251 and 4253-4256.

So far, so good on the other Notes combinations. I mainly noticed that all of the Foil sections in the Spreadsheet have been done except for ANS3's 913-921; that's what caused me to make this new list. Keep up the good work and thanks for all that you do!


Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 24, 2018, 04:35:59 AM
I just found out that GPK 2018 S2: Oh, the Horror-ible! has a Trick or Treat subset, of which all I know of it was that it was done Wacky Packages style. Here's the list of stickers:

*1 of 10: Pounds
*2 of 10: Mr. Goodbye
*3 of 10: Stickers
*4 of 10: 3 Mosquitoes
*5 of 10: Reaganets
*6 of 10: Kick Kat
*7 of 10: Greaser's Pieces
*8 of 10: Scarburst
*9 of 10: Senior Mints
*10 of 10: Muck and Yuk.


UPDATE: Never mind, I just found out that you have a post on this subset already. Still, it would make a good possible entry to the Spreadsheet.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 29, 2018, 02:23:47 PM
Patrick, good to see that you added Cleanup on Aisle 13! Only one goof: 4162 should be Hershey's Mr. Goodbar, with a capital "M".

And good to see that you did do the GPK Trick or Treat Wackys after all!

How far have you gotten on the other a's and c's that I've put in so far?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on October 29, 2018, 04:58:32 PM
Patrick, good to see that you added Cleanup on Aisle 13! Only one goof: 4162 should be Hershey's Mr. Goodbar, with a capital "M".
disagree, as it's lower case on the wrapper
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on October 29, 2018, 05:00:47 PM
disagree, as it's lower case on the wrapper
Okay, I didn't even know that Hershey's was doing that now! Thanks for the info!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 02, 2018, 10:38:25 AM
Just found another one:

Rolaids Antacid Tablets (341).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on November 03, 2018, 07:11:40 AM
*The typeface on the Notes of 688 and 728 and the Wacky names of 4142-4151 need to be changed so that they match the others;
*...with the yellow plastic-covered Binder... (the comma after "yellow" shouldn't be there) (988);
*...Philly Non-Sport Card Show promo card series... (1378-1385)
*Aquaman (1837)
*.../made up hair remover product (every other one of these is called "Made Up Product" or something similar, so I think that this one should be too, just for consistency) (2205)
*...than regular cards (3744-3779);
*..., but replaced by Bone Ami (see 336) (3819).

Next, these have either Real Products or Notes that are bleeding from one section into another and should be boxed into one section (again, this is just for consistency):

739, 2185, 2231, 2239, 2245, 2252 and 4260.

Finally, here are the remaining Notes that need to be combined into one, in case you don't have, or have misplaced, the first list:

*696-697, 732-734, 759-761, 823-830, 913-921, 1015-1016, 1032-1033, 1037-1038, 1045-1046, 1051-1054, 1057-1058, 1599-1600, 1724-1726, 1862-1867, 2000-2005, 2110-2119, 2120-2129, 2130-2139, 2140-2149, 2150-2159, 2260-2264, 2266-2269, 2271-2279, 2282-2294, 2296-2299, 2300-2319, 2320-2349, 2822-2825, 3476-3493, 3528-3529, 3597-3602, 3610-3613, 3615-3618, 3801-3807, 3815-3818, 3822-3826, 3829-3830, 3832-3835, 3838-3839, 3866-3868, 3885-3892, 3893-3894, 4029-4030, 4037-4040, 4093-4095, 4098-4102, 4183-4189, 4190-4191, 4193-4197, 4198-4199, 4200-4214, 4220-4227, 4229-4230, 4236-4239, 4249-4251 and 4253-4256.

So far, so good on the other Notes combinations. I mainly noticed that all of the Foil sections in the Spreadsheet have been done except for ANS3's 913-921; that's what caused me to make this new list. Keep up the good work and thanks for all that you do!
all caught up.
for 3819, I don't think the addition about Bone Ami is needed as that info is with the sticker entry.

I know I mentioned that I have no problem with any text bleeding out of a cell if the neighboring cell is empty. But updated anyways.

I don't plan to combine most (if any) of the cells you indicate into single blocks. If it is repeated text across just 2 or 3 cells, I don't see the benefit. For the larger groupings, such as the ANS3 foils, I don't plan to combine them because there would be one or two cells of the total set that would be awkwardly broken out from the rest of the natural grouping.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 03, 2018, 04:42:25 PM
Brilliant, Patrick, just brilliant! I just found three more that need a quick changing:

*...the yellow plastic cover Binder... (988)
*...included in the 2016... (4129-4136) (again, this is to be consistent with the Note in the 2018 GPK series),
*Froot Loops (4247) (this is one that even I missed!).
 
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 04, 2018, 01:30:13 PM
Found nine more quick changes:

*Play-Doh Modeling Compound (952, 1210, 1516 & 1637),
*..the yellow plastic cover Binder... (988) (I don't know if you missed this one, or if you even want to do it. I'm including this because only the cover is made of yellow plastic, not the rest of it),
*Cola-Cola (1984) (this is the only one of the Coca-Cola Wackys that needs a hyphen in the real name),
*Wrigley's Big Red (2730) (I just saw that I missed this one when I did the other Wrigley's gums),
*Stride/PayDay (2772),
*Raisinets Movie Pack (2807),
*Pedigree Chum Dog Food (3352),
*...via the Topps Vault. ...  (or is it ...via toppsvault.com. ...? I'm not sure what you were trying to write) (3377),
*Peeps Pumpkins (or is it Peeps Halloween Pumpkins? I'm not sure which. Has anyone seen this in the stores? If so, please tell me which one it is, so that Patrick can put it in) &...Saturday, October 20th. (4246)

I admit that I did get a little bit carried away with the lumping, so I looked through it again, this time with a simple rule: three or more, it should be lumped; less than three, it shouldn't. Here's what I'm suggesting:

*758-760, 823-830, 913-921, 1724-1726, 1862-1867, 2000-2005, 2110-2119, 2120-2129, 2130-2139, 2140-2149, 2150-2159, 2162-2169, 2260-2264, 2266-2269, 2271-2279, 2282-2294, 2295-2299, 2300-2319, 2320-2349, 2822-2825, 3476-3493, 3597-3602, 3610-3613,3615-3618, 3801-3807, 3815-3818, 3322-3326, 3828-3829, 3832-3835, 3838-3839, 3866-3868, 3385-3892, 3893-3894, 4037-4040, 4093-4095, 4098-4102, 4193-4198, 4200-4201, 4203-4207, 4208-4209, 4210-4224, 4230-4237, 4239-4240, 4248-4251, 4261-4263 and 4265-4268.

As you can see, most of this is various series and subsets that were released on or after 2004. I don't think that we need to lump anything before that. All that I'm trying to do here is to avoid unnecessary repetition wherever and whenever possible. Much of this is in the 50th Anniversary, Wacky Packages Go to the Movies, 1970s Posters and Lost Wackys 2nd Series, plus a few others. There are exceptions to my rule, but they're few in number and are only used when it's unavoidable otherwise.

As for breaks, I think that this can be treated like this-lump a section (or more than one sections) both before and/or after the break in the section, while leaving the break intact. For example, in the foil stickers for ANS3, lump the ones before the last one (913-921), but leave the last one (922) the way it is.

Well, that's all that I have to say about the lumping, Patrick. Do with these suggestions as you will. Thanks again for all the excellent work!   


Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 08, 2018, 12:17:19 PM
Found a few corrections in the Patches section. The 13 Wacky Patches in 3907-3919 shouldn't be labeled "Test". The three test sets are listed in the one Note for them and the ones listed here are the regular patches that were finally released in stores. Also, the Note should say "...neither the backing or the wrapper that were..." because only one was actually a paper backing. A cellophane wrapper is totally different. Finally, 3920 shouldn't be labeled "Test" either, because, according to its Note, no one knows for sure whether it is-or was-part of any of the test sets. Therefore, the Note for 3920 should say "Part of one of the test sets or..." because there were three of them.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 14, 2018, 06:16:23 PM
Patrick, I noticed that the recent candy Wackys at the end of the Spreadsheet have their brand names, like Hershey's and Nestle, in them. Do you think that I should go through the candy items and put in their brand names (i.e., Hershey, Nestle, Wonka, etc.) like I did with the cookies and crackers? And if I do that, I think that I should do the breakfast cereals, too (Kellogg's Raisin Bran and Post Raisin Bran, for example, have already been done like this).
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 14, 2018, 07:28:00 PM
Shouldn't 2205 be "The Fate of the Furious/made up hair remover product" like it was originally and like it was supposed to be (I think)?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Paul_Maul on November 15, 2018, 04:14:01 PM
Found a few corrections in the Patches section. The 13 Wacky Patches in 3907-3919 shouldn't be labeled "Test". The three test sets are listed in the one Note for them and the ones listed here are the regular patches that were finally released in stores. Also, the Note should say "...neither the backing or the wrapper that were..." because only one was actually a paper backing. A cellophane wrapper is totally different. Finally, 3920 shouldn't be labeled "Test" either, because, according to its Note, no one knows for sure whether it is-or was-part of any of the test sets. Therefore, the Note for 3920 should say "Part of one of the test sets or..." because there were three of them.

If youíre so ultra concerned about fact vs. speculation you should be aware that the content you are citing from Lost Wackys is not factual.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 15, 2018, 08:42:09 PM
If youíre so ultra concerned about fact vs. speculation you should be aware that the content you are citing from Lost Wackys is not factual.
It was all that I could find, unfortunately. Greg's website doesn't have an article on the Wacky Patches-yet-and Rusty did back his article up with pictures of all of them. But if you say that it's all not true, where else am I going to get information on them? For that matter, how much is true and how much is false here?

For that matter, what about all of the Lost Wackys information going from the original run all the way up to ANS6 that I got from the site for the Spreadsheet Notes? The artwork, both roughs and finished art, is all right there in black and white and in living color. Does that mean that all of them are suspect? Please, I guess that I need confirmation-and clarification-from someone outside of the site, obviously.

And I want you all to know that I'm not upset about any of this. I'd like some help if I can get it, please.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Paul_Maul on November 16, 2018, 05:40:40 AM
Unfortunately, the absolute factual truth about a lot of these situations is not known. Lost Wackys has a lot of interesting theories, and he is pretty good about acknowledging it when he is basically just speculating, but I would say Gregís site is better about only publishing information that is virtually factual.

Iím not saying any of Rustyís theories is untrue....just not supported by sufficient evidence to call it fact.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 16, 2018, 11:21:53 AM
Unfortunately, the absolute factual truth about a lot of these situations is not known. Lost Wackys has a lot of interesting theories, and he is pretty good about acknowledging it when he is basically just speculating, but I would say Gregís site is better about only publishing information that is virtually factual.

Iím not saying any of Rustyís theories is untrue....just not supported by sufficient evidence to call it fact.
Just out of curiosity, what did I get wrong on the Patches section? Please tell me so that I can tell Patrick so that he can fix it.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Paul_Maul on November 16, 2018, 01:32:21 PM

Who said you got anything wrong?

You kept mentioning ďthree sets of test patchesĒ and basing statements upon their existence. Iím simply telling you there is no hard evidence that there were three sets of test patches (or what that would even mean)  to my knowledge.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 17, 2018, 11:27:08 AM
Who said you got anything wrong?

You kept mentioning ďthree sets of test patchesĒ and basing statements upon their existence. Iím simply telling you there is no hard evidence that there were three sets of test patches (or what that would even mean)  to my knowledge.
Can anyone please investigate into this matter and see if it's right or wrong one way or the other? Thanks.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 21, 2018, 07:30:45 PM
Hi, Patrick! Happy Thanksgiving!

Any progress on the a's and c's? I'm dying to see how it goes.

By the way, how much of my Notes on the rough art and finished art that I got from lostwackys.com are you going to keep and what are you going to remove, like you said that you would? I haven't seen much of it going out one way or another. Just wondering.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 23, 2018, 09:17:57 AM
Time to put in OLDS 7!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on November 23, 2018, 01:13:02 PM
Time to put in OLDS 7!
It's a holiday weekend and I'm relaxing. Later.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: RawGoo on November 23, 2018, 01:35:43 PM
It's a holiday weekend and I'm relaxing. Later.

And, somehow it seems wrong to add things that haven't even shipped yet.......
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on November 23, 2018, 04:27:49 PM
It's a holiday weekend and I'm relaxing. Later.
No sweat, I know. Enjoy your much-deserved rest.

I'll bet that that meal must've been delicious!

Of course, now you'll have to take a vacation in order to recover from your vacation, if you know what I mean.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: vahsurfer on November 24, 2018, 07:55:32 AM
When I try to access the sheet it says I need access?

TIA

#StayWacky
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on November 24, 2018, 08:01:57 AM
When I try to access the sheet it says I need access?
TIA
#StayWacky
Should be viewable for anyone.
Editing is restricted, if that's what you're referring to?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: vahsurfer on November 25, 2018, 09:00:08 AM
Patrick,

When I click on my link, this is what I am getting:

Google Sheets

You need permission

Want in? Ask for access, or switch to an account with permission. Learn more

You are signed in as xxxxxxxxxxxxx@XXXXXX.com.(I obviously his my log in - hahahahahahhahaahah)



Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: bigtomi on November 25, 2018, 09:20:32 AM
Strange, I haven't looked at the sheet in ages, but when I click on the link in the very first post, it let me right in. It just don't like you, Richard.  :P   Maybe being logged in is actually a hindrance?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Lavirus on November 25, 2018, 10:06:02 AM
A couple of years ago, I re-sequenced the spreadsheet and made a new copy. If you bookmarked the old version, you'll get an error. The link in the first post of this thread is the correct one.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: vahsurfer on November 26, 2018, 04:23:28 PM
Thanks and BigT - I really appreciate the insight (hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha)
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: vahsurfer on November 26, 2018, 04:25:27 PM
Works great - Thank you must have had the Old School Wacky Link!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 02, 2018, 06:08:23 PM
Patrick, on 1156, is "Hollywood Nobodies" spelled wrong? I just noticed this now.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on December 02, 2018, 07:00:25 PM
Patrick, on 1156, is "Hollywood Nobodies" spelled wrong? I just noticed this now.
was missing an 'L', now fixed
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 03, 2018, 06:29:59 AM
Thanks! How was your Thanksgiving?
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on December 09, 2018, 09:03:57 AM
Found nine more quick changes:

*Play-Doh Modeling Compound (952, 1210, 1516 & 1637),
*..the yellow plastic cover Binder... (988) (I don't know if you missed this one, or if you even want to do it. I'm including this because only the cover is made of yellow plastic, not the rest of it),
*Cola-Cola (1984) (this is the only one of the Coca-Cola Wackys that needs a hyphen in the real name),
*Wrigley's Big Red (2730) (I just saw that I missed this one when I did the other Wrigley's gums),
*Stride/PayDay (2772),
*Raisinets Movie Pack (2807),
*Pedigree Chum Dog Food (3352),
*...via the Topps Vault. ...  (or is it ...via toppsvault.com. ...? I'm not sure what you were trying to write) (3377),
*Peeps Pumpkins (or is it Peeps Halloween Pumpkins? I'm not sure which. Has anyone seen this in the stores? If so, please tell me which one it is, so that Patrick can put it in) &...Saturday, October 20th. (4246)

...

As for breaks, I think that this can be treated like this-lump a section (or more than one sections) both before and/or after the break in the section, while leaving the break intact. For example, in the foil stickers for ANS3, lump the ones before the last one (913-921), but leave the last one (922) the way it is.
all caught up, with clarification/updates on those last two
- for the 'yellow plastic cover", I don't think that there will be confusion with people believing the entire binder and its components are made of yellow plastic
- for your lumping suggestion above, those breaks are precisely the reason I posted earlier as to why I am not going to lump them, as I don't like them. If I do find worthwhile ways to group some things, I will, but I haven't been going out of my way to hunt those down. I'll use your listings of sections for reference, of course.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on December 09, 2018, 09:14:28 AM
Time to put in OLDS 7!
OLDS 7 now included

Patch section updated, to indicate little is known for sure, but one theory is yada, yada, yada....

with all those references to roughs, it'll probably be like the 'groupings'. If I find something that I feel need adjusting, I'll do it, but probably won't dedicate half a day to comb through the sheet.
for instance, just now I see those references to Zitz and Muddy Way in the Die Cuts and Ads. Those are now deleted. To me, just because Jay (or someone), submitted a rough, that does not mean there was an intent to 'remake' a title. They were all just part of the tons of gag ideas being submitted.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 09, 2018, 12:03:07 PM
Good job again, Patrick! Only a few need to be fixed:

*Coppertone Suntan Lotion (346)
*.../Made Up Product (2205) (this is to make this match the other ones)
*Stride/PayDay (2802)
*Pedigree Chum Dog Food (3382) (I saw this name mentioned in the Wikipedia article for Pedigree)

Now for OLDS 7:

*Ben Cooper Trick or Treat Costume with Mask (2644)
*Joan of Arc Chili Beans (2645)
*Aurora Monster Models - Dracula (glow in the dark version) (2650)
*Old Gold Filters (2659)
*Phillies Corona Cigars (2661)
*Shogun Warriors - Gaiking (2662)
*Heath Candy Bar (2669)
*Purina Whisker Lickins (2672).

Keep up the good work!
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: Fanatical_and_Sickly on December 09, 2018, 01:25:21 PM
Chum is a new one on me. Seems like it was always assumed to be 'Champ', since forever.

(https://i.postimg.cc/Qdff5Xxq/chum.jpg)

all the rest of the updates are made. Although I don't know why you want to remove test from the subset section, as it differentiates them from the 12 believed to have been released.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 09, 2018, 02:56:40 PM
Chum is a new one on me. Seems like it was always assumed to be 'Champ', since forever.

(https://i.postimg.cc/Qdff5Xxq/chum.jpg)

all the rest of the updates are made. Although I don't know why you want to remove test from the subset section, as it differentiates them from the 12 believed to have been released.
The 12 that are listed there already were the ones that were released to stores. The other ones that are mentioned in the Note were the so-called "test patches" that may or may not have even existed, as has been mentioned. I guess that I wasn't too clear again. It seems to be a problem that pops up from time to time.    UPDATE: My mistake: I see that you listed both of the sets: the ones released to stores first, then the test patches. How did I not even see that? I must be getting old. Normally, I'd have seen that a mile away.

You missed one: Stride/PayDay (2802). The other two PayDay parodies-433 and 1945-have their real names written like this. However, if you think that all three of them should be Payday with a small "d", then by all means fix them, please.

And I missed one: 4127-4133's Note needs to be centered.

Finally, 2650 should be (glow in the dark version), like 2627 is.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 09, 2018, 07:51:12 PM
Okay-how about changing 2627 to (Glows in the Dark version)? Would that be all right, then? Either way is fine with me. Take your pick.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 10, 2018, 11:13:37 AM
Just found five more:

*Bambi or Rambo: First Blood Part II (647) (this way, readers will know that they have a choice between the two videos. Also, I think that it should be noted that this Wacky is the only one that's like this, as opposed to all others before and since that have been more straightforward as to the products that they're spoofing)
*Keebler Club Crackers - Original (1571) (I just saw that I forgot this one when I did the cookie and cracker brands before. It's been added to that list also (see Reply #787 on 7-11-18))
*Phillies Blunt Cigars (2722)
*Halloween Postcards Promo (2726 & 2829)
*Keebler Club Crackers - Original (2795) (this is where this real name should be, not in the Bio cards section (2794). Also the Note for this should say: Same product as ANS10 but different design; given out at the Philly Non-Sports Card Show.

Also, 418 needs to be reduced down to one row.
Title: Re: Master Spreadsheet
Post by: mikecho on December 12, 2018, 03:21:50 PM
Patrick, did you see my post (reply #829 on 10-13-18) about the Wacky DVDs card backs that were planned for ANS4? I think that it would make a good Note on the Spreadsheet, as they are a part of Wacky history and, therefore, should be acknowledged as being such. It wouldn't be the first time that an unmade project was mentioned here. What do you think?