A popular greeting since the start of Covid-19, fist bumper! Street Sharks was riding the success of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle TMNT and I guess it's not as popular as TMNT but it's still awesome on its own. The cartoon was aired in 1994 and the plot revolved around 4 hip teenagers turning into muscular half shark. Street Sharks' toys are getting rarer as the cartoon matured with its value appreciated over time. Recently I managed get at least a loose figure to one of the characters. Ripster, the eldest and nature leader of the Street Sharks, who possessed the power of the great white shark. Now, fear the jaw evildoers .
I don’t remember this TV series very well, probably because I was not precisely one of its fans, but I remember the TV commercials promoting these toys... By your publication, I can see they still have punch on the generation that lived first hand the 90s, which includes both of us HEHE!...
ooooh, I love this line!! especially when they still displayed inside their box, which is smartly designed as a cage... Street Sharks rules!! plus I got my first one from Takashimaya Singapore, lmao
Even if the cartoon may not be familiar to some, you will love the cool shark figure. Yeah! 90s coolness and fist bump my friend.
The packaging indeed stands out like the shark breaking out the cage. Lots of envious that you got it first hand Takashimaya Singapore. Sharp eyes! Respect!
How come I never saw them in Taka a few weeks ago?! Haha!!
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