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General Wacky Packages Discussion / Re: Unofficial Wacky Packages Binder Artwork
« Last post by vahsurfer on March 17, 2019, 09:58:06 AM »
You are welcome - I have just not had the time .... there are some Non-Wacky ones I am working on, i.e.

- Silly Supermarket, Cereal Killers, Pranky Products, etc.....

I look forward to completing them soon, until then.....

#StayWacky
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Sell Wacky Packages / Re: For Sale: 16th Series PSA 8 Smartz Collar
« Last post by Paul_Maul on March 16, 2019, 08:11:30 PM »
Still available.
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Sell Wacky Packages / Old School 2 Binder
« Last post by RawGoo on March 16, 2019, 09:13:48 AM »
In continuing my quest to make room in my house, I've been opening boxes of stored stuff, and I just now came across some brand new Old School 2 binders.  Anyone here looking for one?  Send me a PM.

I still have some other binders, too.
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Master Lists / Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Last post by Fanatical_and_Sickly on March 16, 2019, 09:01:52 AM »
Next, one product that I just found out about:
*Puss 'n Boots Whiskers Cat Food (3392) (by the way, Puss 'n Boots was a real cat food brand back in the day).

Next, 2298 should be Scooby-Doo Where Are You! with no comma. This is in order for it to be the same as 1825. (I've seen the show many times and there's no comma in the title at all.)

Next, both this real name - Keebler Club Crackers - Original -  and this Note - Same product as ANS10 but different design; given out at the Philly Non-Sports Card Show - should be in 2795. The reasons for this are given in Reply #881 above and, once again, this should be done, I think, for the sake of consistency.   
I believe the Irish Whiskeys (3392) is actually Whiskas cat food (not Whiskers), and have updated accordingly.

Scooby-Doo seems to have an endless variety of naming styles:
Scooby Doo Where are You!
Scooby-Doo Where are You!
Scooby-Doo, Where are You!
Scooby-Doo! Where are You?
The first season did not have the dash between Scooby and Doo, whereas it's always there later on. And from what I see when looking at any online source, when written, the title always contains the comma, whereas the title shown on screen does not.

I did some clean up on the multiple Clubbeds. I'd like to find out who the artist is for the ANS10 B7 Clubbed, to add that tidbit, since we know George Wright did the postcard version.
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Artists & Illustrators / Re: Chad Scheres
« Last post by Brian Mc on March 15, 2019, 08:58:35 PM »
Gross card con sketch




Cool card. I like :great:
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Artists & Illustrators / Re: Robert Jimenez
« Last post by zerostreet on March 13, 2019, 08:51:57 AM »
Hey Everyone! Wanted to announce that I'm working on my next kickstarter (Some of you may have seen some of these in progress)

Fearsome Weirdos, should be launching mid-late August with a delivery date of sometime in October. Stay tuned!

Art shown is not final!

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Here's a recent message from Joe, modified so I don't post his email address here:

Following a long sabbatical ParoTees is back!  Unfortunately after Gross Card Con last year life got busy and I didnít have a chance to paint for months.  Well time freed up recently and I did what I always do when beginning a new ParoTee, started digging into my archive looking for gags.   

Luckily, I came across the original art of a gag Jay had done in the 70ís which was perfect.  Itís goofy and Wacky and pure Jay.  So my next ParoTee card is based on Jayís rough and painted in the original series style.  But wait there's more!  As a bonus, Iíve hand printed a Jay Lynch tribute card.  These will have a copy of Jayís original rough on the front and be numbered to 25, 20 of which will go out with the first 20 orders (keeping 5 for friends and family). 

The cost for the new ParoTee card (JG6) and the super limited and numbered Bonus card (B1) will be only $6, shipping included.  Please PayPal friends and family if possible (send PM for email address). Remember to include your shipping address in the notes.

Donít delay and order yours today! 
Thanks,
Joe G.
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Sorry if I'm late to the party, but what are these new Parotee cards by Joe?

Check out this thread:
http://www.wackypackagesforum.com/index.php?topic=5065.msg90331#msg90331

Joe's latest card (JG6) is available now.  I believe the shirt will follow later.  PM Joe for his paypal address.
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You can see the 16th pack already has a small tear from the gum. Sad.
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Love to hear this. Almost everyone I talk to has heard of Garbage Pail Kids, but so few have heard of Wacky Packages. When I try to explain WP, I usually have to refer to them as precursors to GPK so people will understand.
I'm grateful for every pop culture WP reference!

ABC has a show that began this fall called "The Kids Are Alright" (https://abc.go.com/shows/the-kids-are-alright).  It's the story of a family with 8 boys set in '72 (though it may have progressed to '73 by now) that's pretty entertaining and accurate, at least to my memory.  On this past week's episode, there was a mention of Wacky Packages.  Some boys are hanging out in front of 7-11 when one says to another something about going inside to buy Wacky Packages.  It was quick, and there was no visual, but fun to hear Wackys mentioned.
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