>I feel the Hasbro 3.75" Indian Jones line is unfairly forgotten by many
I guess the reasons for that are: 1. 3.75" scale isn't as popular as it used to be 2. I could be wrong but to me it seems Indiana Jones isn't that much of a popular franchise.
>>-Nazi and Communist Russian soldiers (how many toylines have attempted this?) to please historyfags
No one would dare to that today for playline toys which is a shame.
>>-Articulated 3.75" horse
I gotta admit it was really impressive for it's time, even by today standards. It's mind-boggling me how few articulated horse toys there are, it's still mostly statues. It's like how the 5 PoA is still relevant to this very day, despite being long time outdated by all means one of the few bad things I would say about Kenner
>>-Articulation averaged at about 13 POA though many figures had 14 POA
They used hinge joints for the hips though, shame.
>I mean, it had almost anything you could wish for
It's truly sad how playline action figures with vehicles and playsets are pretty much extinct.
>>The only toyline that I've almost entirely completed
Noice, do you have some of the vehicles and playsets too? I can't say that for any of my toys, at best I have quite a lot of stuff from the same line as I'm not completionist and try to keep my collection varied.