"Even the imperials need their fun." -- Vault.com Inc.

Def'n: Im·pe·ri·al = of or relating to an empire or a sovereign.


This page is dedicated to the two Matts that started it all; the Garbage Pail Kids Archive who planted the seed and GeePeeKay whose pages are still growing.


The Imperial Toy Corporation (LLC), a California-based company with worldwide offices and locations, was founded in 1969 and remains to this day a leading toy manufacturer whose products include bubbles, bubble toys, steel trucks and an assortment of novelty items and playthings. "Fred Kort, the company's founder and a holocaust survivor, came to the U.S. after WWII and created Imperial Toy to bring fun to kids everywhere and to recreate the lost years of his own tumultuous childhood." -- Vault.com Inc. Imperial Toys' products are sold through a global network of distributors worldwide including retailers such as Wal-Mart, Kmart and Toys"R"Us. The company was purchased from the Kort family in 2006 by Peter Tiger and Art Hirsch (co-CEOs). The trademark logo has gone through a drastic, albeit playful change since the '80s.

"The GPK section at Toys"R"Us was like an ocean of 2nd Series royal blue." -- GPK World.

I don't recall the exact measure in feet the shelving unit was at Toys"R"Us, or maybe it appeared larger through my kid eyes, but the store had you sneakidly snake your way through the novelty items before getting to the main toy aisles. Within this plethora of party-favor and back-to-school items sat the impressive section of Imperial products for the Garbage Pail Kids name brand; one whole section washed in the royal blue of the Imperial packaging. It was epic. And, although I'd like to believe the packaging color was based off of the 2nd Series popularity, the Imperial 'royal' blue color was evident in a lot of their 80's packaging and product.


1986 RETAILER SELL SHEET CATALOG : FRONT COVER

On May 12th, 1986 the Topps Chewing Gum, Inc. and the Imperial Toy Corporation entered into a license agreement contract (that would expire on December 31st, 1987) which granted the Imperial company exclusive rights to manufacture, sell and/or distribute in the U.S. and Canada any goods bearing the Topps' trademark "Garbage Pail Kids"; Topps had the right to grant license rights for use in any territories. Per license, Imperial agreed to a nonrefundable annual advance payment of $25,000 and a 10% royalty payment based off of gross wholesale sales (with a minimum annual royalty payment guarantee set at $75,000). This agreement was going-down at precisely the same time that the original 4th Series GPK cards were being released (May) and while the infringment suit brought by Original Appalachian Artworks (OAA), on March 5th, 1986 against the Topps Chewing Gum company, was still pending in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia. Due to the pending litigation, Topps added a clause to the license agreement that if OAA should prevail the prepaid royalties shall be refunded and the license shall cease.

On August 29th, 1986 Topps was found to be intentionally violating OAA's rights, but the required bond was not posted straight away. Topps eventually settled the case out of court on February 2nd, 1987 by entering a stipulation that granted Topps unqualified use of the 'Garbage Pail Kids' name through September 1st, 1987 in the U.S. This is the reason the 10th Series GPK cards released in September of that same year had a new banner logo and a new character model; the 8th and 9th Series sets were already ready for production or near completion after the case was settled during the 7th Series release in February of 1987. Topps could also use the 'Garbage Pail Kids' name through February 1988 abroud; all future international GPK releases were to be titled 'The Garbage Gang' word mark (the trademark was filed on April 10, 1987, registration #1468265; the registeration date occured on December 8, 1987). However, since the bond was never posted and Imperial's product was made overseas, the U.S. Customs Service began to deny entry of Imperial's GPK goods into the U.S. beginning September of 1986, only four-five months into the contract. Not only was Imperial robbed of enjoying the total benefits of the licensing agreement with Topps, several of its customers that were concerned with the court case and customs seizures cancelled orders and as a result, Imperial was forced to sell GPK product it had already imported at 'clearance' prices.



Without Topps' cooperation, Imperial allegedly spent upwards of $3,500 on attorneys' fees fighting the Customs Service to free the seized goods regardless of their rights of the use of Topps' registered trademark. Due to these seizures in October of 1986 no royalty payment was paid to Topps by Imperial; the unpaid royalty check total as of November 1986 was around $270 thousand; Topps did receive their $25,000 annual royalty advance payment. Depending on how fast product was placed on the shelves by Imperial after the May 1986 contract and the October customs seizures, Imperial had made upwards of $2.5 million dollars off of GPK-related merchandise in a four to five month period during the heyday of Garbage Pail Kids. Topps terminated the contract with Imperial as of November 18th, 1986, a whole year shy of the contract expiration. As of September 1986, it is recorded that Imperial sold $2.9 million dollars worth of GPK licensed product and another $310 thousand the following three months through December 1986. It is a question as to whether Topps misrepresented its ownership of the GPK trademark and copyright.

OAA and Topps were not the only two companies to go go court; information obtained through Leagle.com

On May 19th, 1988, Topps filed a suit against Imperial for the alleged breach of a license and trademark agreement; the 13th Series GPK set would be released in June of that same year. Judgment was granted in favor of Topps with all counterclaims denied and dismissed. Had no complications arisen due to the case with OAA, collecters may have seen 'oceans of 2nd Series royal blue' through December of 1987, the same time the 11th Series GPK set would have been released and possibly 3rd and 4th Series GPK characters (instead of just 1st and 2nd Series characters that were released)... or longer, had ties remained civil and the license agreement between Topps and Imperial been renewed. However, collectors were robbed and only saw Imperial items through the 6th Series GPK release and any remaining Imperial GPK product that sold in stores until it disappeared. However, when all was said and done, those months that Imperial sold GPK product in stores had a very impacting impression on collectors.


1986 RETAILER SELL SHEET CATALOG : INSIDE COVERS AND BACK COVER : CATALOG IMAGES GRATEFULLY PROVIDED BY Travellin' TRAVIS TIERNO

"23 BIG, BIG DOLLAR - PRODUCING ITEMS" -- Imperial Toy Corporation. They were right, they reigned over the last half of 1986.

All items MADE in TAIWAN.








As a note of interest, since some of Imperials packaging in the 80's consisted mainly of this majestic blue color, ADAM Bomb's blue suit has been changed to a red color for (almost) all of the packaging; original artwork by John Pound, rendered artwork unknown. This really washes the character out for the Imperial image since everything is already red around the character: GPK header, mushroom cloud explosion, ground cracks, suit plus tie and his red skin tone. This color scheme may have been presented to Imperial by the Topps company who used the same theme for their previously released 2nd Series wrapper (in 1985) that also changed ADAM Bomb's blue suit to a red one; rendered artwork by Tom Bunk. The red suit remains for the 3rd through 5th Series wrapper releases by the Topps company. The Imperial packaging also uses the yellow 'star explosion' found on the Topps wrapper (with far less 'head splatter') and the red 'registered trademark' symbol ® found on the 3rd Series GPK card header.




















PRODUCT NUMBER : NO. 7263 (PEG HOOK) + NO. 7278 (BOX) : ASSORTMENT "A"
PRODUCT NUMBER : NO. 7264 (PEG HOOK) + NO. 7279 (BOX) : ASSORTMENT "B"
COMPLETE SET : 48



POP-UP : PEG HOOK BACK (ASSORTMENT "A" AND "B")

The Imperial 'Pop-Up' toys, besides Topps' 'Cheap Toys' at the time, were really the only collectable toy characters for the Garbage Pail Kids line. There were rumors back in the day that Topps was going to make GPK dolls, cloth-like, muchlike CPK (but, there was also a local rumor that there was a 2nd Series Soft Boiled SAM puzzle). Imperial placed these sculptured and molded characters into garbage pails and the character would pop-up once the button was pushed, raising the lid and toy. Just like their card counterparts, Imperial smartly stuck an 'a' and 'b' name onto each character to double the characters and collectability possibilities; twelve 1st Series GPK characters and twelve 2nd Series GPK characters. This shouldn't be confused with the 'Assortment A and B' as far as packaging goes; twelve molds were created for each 'assortment' which was doubled once the twin name was applied; the retailer had two different assortment of characters to choose from to order to possibly double sales, which equaled 48 characters in total (24 molds). Only the 'b'-names were pictured on the backside of the peg hook packaging (No. 7263 and No. 7264) which contained images for all 24 models and both assortment of characters. The counter display box packaging (No. 7278 and No.7279) appears to be extremely difficult or nearly impossible to track down; the display box states 'Pop-Ups' rather than the singular 'Pop-Up'.


FRENCH-CANADIAN SINGLE POP-UP SAMPLES : FRONT, BACK, SIDE, TOP AND BOTTOM (PICS COURTESY OF BEN HARTER)
"SAUTEUR" DIRECT TRANSLATION; ADJ. TO JUMP OR HOP ... BASICALLY TO 'POP UP'.





1) Although the Imerial ADAM Bomb mascot is pictured on the back of the packaging (pictured further above) for the Blasted BILLY toy, the character still has the tradiational blue suit, albeit with a red tie. The back of the peg hook packaging has the same 24 characters pictured for both the No. 7263 + No. 7278 (Assortment "A") and No. 7264 + No. 7279 (Assortment "B") packaging; but only the twelve Assortment "A" characters are actually displayed in the catalogue ... these molds were most likely developed first and sent to the art department for packaging and lay-out.

2) The Retailer Catalog and the back of the 'peg hook' packaging shows the Pop-Up character baseplate as being white with no sticker nameplate but the actual product baseplate is red with a yellow nameplate.















PRODUCT NUMBER : NO. 7265
COMPLETE SET : 1





All Imperial products were released mid-year in 1986 following the agreement license contract between the Topps Chewing Gum Co. and the Imperial Toy Corporation and manufactured in Taiwan. The complete album package contained the 'Sticker Album' and the UPC product sleeve (pictured below) that both slid into a resealable cellophane bag. The album measures roughly 9x10 inches and the product sleeve roughly 5x6 inches.


As with most sticker albums released in the 1980's, the slick glossy pages were intended for the application and re-application of sticker adhesives placed in the album for collecting. The inside cover of the 'Sticker Album' had a place to record whose property the album belonged to and a brief synopsis of the individual collector. The inside cover is a matte finish intended for writing purposes only and there is a warning not to apply any stickers to that page; the remaining pages are high-gloss. The inside cover contains five 1st Series characters not found on the back cover (except for ADAM Bomb). The album also contains a 6-pocket plastic sheet that could hold the collector's duplicate cards for trading purposes. The first glossy page contains the 1st Series character ADAM Bomb... of course. The pages measure roughly 8.5 inches.


The second and third glossy pages contain the 1st Series characters RAY Decay and JENNY Genius (with E = mc squared written on the page), respectively. The fourth and fifth pages contain the 1st Series character JASON Basin and the 2nd Series character MARTY Mouthful, respectively; pictured.


The sixth and seventh glossy pages contain the 1st Series character Nasty NICK (with stars on the page) and the 2nd Series character Muggin' MEGAN, respectively; pictured. The eight through twelfth pages contain the 2nd Series character JANET Planet, the 1st Series character Haggy MAGGIE, the 2nd Series character Pourin' LAUREN (with sparkles on the page), the 2nd Series character Live MIKE and the 1st Series character Bad BRAD (with English and Math on the page), respectively.


The inside back page and the back cover both contain a plethora of 1st and 2nd Series characters; the inside back page that pictures 20 different GPK images mainly contains 1st and 2nd Series characters not pictured on the backside or the front inside cover. The back cover pictures
70 GPK images with three duplicate charecters (without much planning; see below). The back cover measures roughly 9x10 inches.





1) The top 36 GPK images of the 1st Series characters pictured on the back cover of the album is a snapshot of the 1st Series uncut sheet; squarely-circled above with a thin black line. These images were most likely sent to the Imperial Toy Corporation by the Topps company to use as imagery for the 'Sticker Album' release and quick packaging design. Only "stock photo" images for the 'a' twin cards are portrayed within and on the album; and although it appears that ADAM Bomb was erroneously pictured twice, that is how the character appears on the uncut sheet and the images provided by Topps. These same images can be also found on the box packaging of serveral of the Imperial product releases.


2) The bottom 36 GPK images of the 2nd Series characters pictured on the back cover of the album is a snapshot of the 2nd Series uncut sheet; squarely-circled above with a thin black line ('b' characters are circled for this example). These images were most likely sent to the Imperial Toy Corporation by the Topps company to use as imagery for the 'Sticker Album' release; these images are wrapped around many of their display box releases. Only "stock photo" images for the 'a' twin cards are portrayed within and on the album; and although it appears that both PATTY Putty and Leaky LINDSAY were erroneously pictured twice, that is how the characters appear on the uncut sheet and the images sent by Topps.


3) As with most of the Imperial Garbage Pail Kids licensed products, a Canadian 'Sticker Album' with French-Canadian writing was released alongside its U.S. counterpart.

















PRODUCT NUMBER : NO. 7266
COMPLETE SET : 6



SAMPLE SHEETS : TWELVE CHARACTER-SHAPED PUFFY STICKERS
PER SHEET


Imperial released six differnet sticker sheets for the 'Stick-On' puffy stickers; three sheets of 36 various 1st Series characters and three sheets of 36 various 2nd Series characters. It's too bad all of the characters couldn't have bene represented for this release somehow, even with a partial fourth sheet for each Series and 'GPK' acronym stickers filling the remaining spots.




2) Each stick-on product, 'Stick Ons', 'Stick On Name Tags' and 'Stick On Pictures', all came with the same typed-up looking back that listed the "fun things" to do wtih the puffy stickers, like Trade'em, Give'em, Decorate and Stick'em on things; some are quite interesting to say the least! There is also a 'caution' to keep stickers out of the direct rays of the sun -- most likely due to sunbleaching.


1) Although only the 49b FRAN FRAN character name for the 2nd Series is usually printed after Topps was sent a cease and disist letter, even amongst some of the Imperial toys, the 49b Schizo FRAN name gets a rare printing on one of the 2nd Series sheets.















PRODUCT NUMBER : NO. 7267
COMPLETE SET : 4



STICK-ON NAME TAGS SAMPLE

Imperial released four differnet sticker sheets for the 'Stick-On Name Tags' puffy stickers; four sheets of 41 character names from the 1st Series set (with 'a' and 'b' names) and 37 character names from the 2nd Series set (with 'a' and 'b' names), sequential for the most part. It's too bad all of the 2nd Series names couldn't have been represented for this release.




1) Most of the GPK nameplate colors are correct even though the twin nameplate color does not match. The different styles include the traditional GPK yellow nameplate with black ink, the blue nameplates with either white (usually on a dark blue nameplate) or black ink (usually on a light blue nameplate) and the red nameplate with black ink. The new nameplate color not used within the GPK releases is purple (with black ink).

















PRODUCT NUMBER : NO. 7268
COMPLETE SET : 12



SAMPLE SHEETS : SQUARE PICTURE FRAME + STRAIGHT GPK LOGO PUFFY STICKERS

Imperial released 12 differnet sticker sheets for the 'Stick-On Pictures' puffy stickers; six sheets of 36 various 1st Series characters, one sheet with one 1st Series character and five 2nd Series characters, and five sheets of 33 various 2nd Series characters. It's too bad all of the characters couldn't have bene represented for this release somehow.




1) Although only the 49b FRAN FRAN character name for the 2nd Series is usually printed after Topps was sent a cease and disist letter, even amongst some of the Imperial toys, the 49b Schizo FRAN name gets a rare printing on one of the 2nd Series sheets.















PRODUCT NUMBER : NO. 7269
COMPLETE SET : 6



BOP BAG BOX FRONT (LEFT IMAGE) AND THE BOP BAG BOX BACK (RIGHT IMAGE)

The Imperial Toy company 'hit' it big with these four foot inflatable 'Bop Bag' characters. Who didn't like to smack around an inflatable Weeble Wobbles-like punching bag back in the day? It's great seeing two GPK characters from either the 1st Series or 2nd Series GPK sets on each of six different bop bags -- for a total of twelve characers. There's a GPK character located on top of the 'Garbage Pail' trash can and another character standing in front of the trash bin. If the character wasn't standing, but sitting, Imperial stuck a trash can lid in there to prop them up a bit, like a GPK highchair. Clever.




1) The characters for the 1st Series character Bony JOANIE and Thin LYNN on the Bony JOANIE and PATTY Putty 'Bop Bag' is a very interesting yellow bone color instead of white; I would've made the diaper yellow.

2) Imperial Toy's red-suited ADAM BOMB mascot is used for this particular release.

3) A red sticker dot (see picture above) was placed on the consumer box and stuck under the 'Bop Bag' that indicated what characters the customer or collector was purchasing; if ADAM Bomb and New Wave DAVE were enclosed, a red sticker was placed next to the character on the front of the box. The red-dot has been found with a think white line around the outer edge; and sometimes mis-placed on the side of the character unstead of underneath.
















PRODUCT NUMBER : NO. 7270 - WITH TACKY TARGETS
COMPLETE SET : 6



TACKY SNAPPER EXAMPLE : RED SUIT ADAM BOMB

The Tacky Snappers were always one of my favorites as a kid, well, any tacky-snapper toy for that matter that could be purchased from a vending machine. The Imperial Tacky Snapper comes in only six different characters, however, the tacky-snapper itself can come in a variety of different colors. The set also comes with twelve different 'Tacky Targets' used for target-practice by snapping and attaching with the sticky snatcher. The tacky-snappers include a sickly sticky pile of vomit, a sticky nuclear mushroom cloud, a sticky forked tongue, a sticky stretched eyeball, a sticky pile of snot and sticky knotted tongue.


The Tacky Snappers also were packages with Tacky Targets for hours of fun. Eight characters from the 1st Series set and four characters from the 2nd Series set. The images are rough 'die-cuts' of the characters from their stickers, but the nameplates have been covered over with new black or white nameplates with either black or white type. These are pretty great; they remind me of those board game pieces you set up using little plastic stands.




1) The Tacky Snappers use the Imperial ADAM Bomb mascot with the red suit.

2) Unlike most of Imperial's generic backsides, the Tacky Snappers not only gets a checklist of sorts with a nicely designed image portraying the tacky-snappers, but also a tutorial on use. Bullet point #3 seems to be a what-else-can-you-do-with-these? addition and makes me chuckle.


3) The character images are rough 'die-cuts' from their original sticker source, except MARTY Mouthful's green background which has been changed to black and ADAM Bomb's blue background stems from the Imperial mascot image.

4) Not many 'sideways' characters on card get made into products like MARTY Mouthful.
Good for you MARTY McFly, now go tacky snap a fly!
















PRODUCT NUMBER : NO. 7271 - LARGE 49MM SIZE
COMPLETE SET : 12



HI-BOUNCE BALL CARD BACK EXAMPLE

The Imperial company, as with the 'Pop-Ups', offered the 'Hi-Bounce Balls' in two different assortments for retailers to purchase and double their sales with customers. A large ball-size of 49mm was offered in 12 different styles with a double-sided picture insert inside showcasing two different GPK characters, one on each side of the 'unbelievably bouncy' ball. A small ball-size of 38mm was offered as well with 24 additional GPK characters (12 different styles from the large ball-size) and is listed further below within the Imperial Toys checklist.
The 'Hi-Bounce Ball' packaging has the RUSSELL Muscle and Brainy JANIE characters showcased on the card front.




1) The regular, non-Imperial mascot ADAM Bomb character with a blue suit is used for the 'Hi-Bounce Ball' picture insert.

2) A 'Hi-Bounce Ball' package from Canada is pictured below; the name written in English and in French-Canadian.


3) Only the blue GPK logo header is used for this release

4) Unlike the small 'Hi-Bounce Balls' packaging that has a blank back and the UPC code on the card front; the large 'Hi-Bounce Ball' packaging has a complete colored card back with an image of all of the GPK characters.
















PRODUCT NUMBER : NO. 7272 (CONTAINER) + NO. 7277 (PEGHOOK) - SMALL 38MM SIZE
COMPLETE SET : 12



HI-BOUNCE BALLS CARD FRONT EXAMPLE

The Imperial company, as with the 'Pop-Ups' offered the 'Hi-Bounce Balls' in two different assortments for retailers to purchase and double their sales with customers. A small ball-size of 38mm was offered in 12 different styles with a double-sided picture insert inside showcasing two different GPK characters, one on each side of the 'unbelievably bouncy' ball. A large ball-size of 49mm was offered as well with 24 additional GPK characters (12 different styles from the small ball-size) and is listed further below in the Imperial Toys checklist. The 'Hi-Bounce Balls' packaging has the Messy TESSIE and Potty SCOTTY characters showcased on the front card. The product could be ordered by retailers to fit on peg hooks within the aisle of the store or as a counter display container.




1) Unlike the large 'Hi-Bounce Ball' packaging, the small 'Hi-Bounce Balls' packaging contains a blank card back and the UPC is located on the card front.

2) The name for the 1st Series character Wrinkly RANDY is erroneously labeled as 'RANDY Wrinkly' on the picture card (pictured above).

3) The small ball-sizes have the character names on the picture card, whereas the large ball-sizes do not.

4) Only the blue GPK logo header is used for this release

















PRODUCT NUMBER : NO. 7273 (BUCKET) + NO. 7286 (PEG HOOK)
COMPLETE SET : 24



PENCIL BILLBOARD CARD FRONT EXAMPLE

The Imperial company offered retailers two ways to purchase the 'Pencil Billboards'; in a bucket container (that looked like a see-through trash can) for a counter display or as carded product used on aisle peg hooks. These glorified pencil toppers look more like those character stamp pads that were so popular in the 80's; I'm sure the character whipping around as a student took notes did the trick of identifying them as being a bonified GPK collecter. Wave that GPK geek flag, or billboard! There are 24 different GPK characters to collect; because of repeat characeters on card, a collector would most likely still have to collect more than 8 'Pencil Billboards' on card to complete an unopened set.


CANADIAN CARD FRONT EXAMPLE : IMAGE BY LUIS THOMPSON




1) It's interesting NOT to see an ADAM Bomb character within this release.

2) There two name errors within the 'Pencil Billboard' release; both 1st Series characers Cranky FRANKIE and Sicky VICKY are both labeled with the name 'Cranky FRANKIE' (pictured). The names for the 1st Series characters RAY Decay and Heavin' STEVEN are labeled incorrectly and have their names swapped.


3) All nameplates for this release are white with blue type/text.

4) Only the red GPK logo header is used for this release

5) The catalog only shows red billboards.
















PRODUCT NUMBER : NO. 7274
COMPLETE SET : 6



PENCIL CASE SAMPLE

Although the 'Pencil Case' school supplies were sold separately by the Imperial Toy company, they can also be located within the 'School Set' release as well with the exact same characters. There are six different pencil cases that could be purchased with four different GPK characters on each case with two found on the 'front' and two found on the 'back' (both sides have a copyright information); maybe the zipper pulled to the left when closed is the front?




1) Due to the limit in quantity of ink options to keep costs down, several GPK characters are colored slightly differently than their trading card counterparts. Bony JOANIE gets grey bones instead of white bones, Nutty NICOLE's hair should be brown and MICHELLE Muck should be green-ish; but those are the major differences.

2) The Imperial ADAM Bomb mascot in the red suit is used for this release and the FRAN FRAN character name is used (the Schizo FRAN name can surprisingly be found on the 'Stick On' puffy stickers product).

3) Can be found with either a silver OR white zipper; sometimes the zipper can be located installed in the reverse direction.
















PRODUCT NUMBER : NO. 7275
COMPLETE SET : 12



SUNGLASSES SAMPLE

There are twelve distinct GPK character sunglasses that could be collected and fashionably worn by budding collectors and fashionistas; however, they come in a variety of attractive colors, three character-combo styles per color, including: yellow, blue, green and orange. Each pair comes with two different GPK characters for a total of 24 characters if all 12 sunglasses were purchased. Parents could let out a sigh of relief since the sunglasses came "with saftey tested shatter proof lenses", definitely parent-approved.




1) This is the ONLY Imperial releases that had the original blue-suited ADAM Bomb on the packaging instead of the red-suited Imperial mascot. I enjoy that the packaging make it look like ADAM Bomb is sporting them pushed up on his head.

2) The name for the 1st Series character Chilly MILLIE is misspelled incorrectly as 'Chilly MILLE' on the 'Sunglasses' image.


3) The copyright line (© 1985 ™ TOPP'S, INC.) can be located in either very small print (possibly the first print run), as seen in the image above, or found with large print, as seen in the image below (possibly a second print run to make the copyright more visible). There also appears to be an unnecessary apostrophe within the copyright line. Image and information supplied by Imperial collector extraordinaire, Luis Thompson.


4) The hip plastic sunglasses have an interesting arch for further 'support' that proudly sports the GPK collector's "team" name; the curved Garbage Pail Kids logo slightly struggles from over-curvature to the point the letters are slighly displaced, especially the last letter 's'.
















PRODUCT NUMBER : NO. 7276
COMPLETE SET : 24



ZIPPER PULL SAMPLE

There are a whopping 24 'Zipper Pull' items to collect and to attach to various zippers and to even use as a keychain as advertised; "IT'S A KEY CHAIN TOO!", this may have added to some confusion for collectors since they do look a lot like the 'Keychains' that Imperial also released with the exact same images. The added 'zipper' art on this packaging make it extra special; even the red-suited ADAM Bomb mascot is sitting upon it. There are various characters from the 1st and 2nd Series sets to collect for a total of 48 images since the front and back of the 'Zipper Pull' has a different character.




1) The 1st Series GPK headers still contain the (™) trademark logo since these images are pulled right from the cards photo stock. There is so much space taken up below the character for the ® registered trademark symbol for Garbage Pail Kids and the © copyright trademark symbol for the Topps company on top of Imperial's own symbols and license product information they felt it necessary to lift the nameplate usually found below the character and place it OVER
the character. This is actually the less pretty backside, the other side has the nameplate under the character with no copyright information.

2) This is the exact same product for the 'Key Chains' (Product No. 7285) but with a clasp instead of a key ring.

3) The regular blue-suited ADAM Bomb image is used for this release, not the red-suited Imperial mascot.















PRODUCT NUMBER : NO. 7280
COMPLETE SET : 12



BUBBLE FUN SET SAMPLE

Besides their 'Sunglasses' product, another extreme novelty item by Imperial Toy are their bubble sets (which they're famous for), nothing relieves stress more after a long day of GPK sorting and collecting than a bottle of bubbles. Much of this product was made for quite a few of their own product and other licenses, so it's pretty easy to slap on a new picture and a brand name. There are 12 different characters to collect for the 'Bubble Fun Set' which comes with the bubble dish, an Imperial bubble wand and a small bottle of 'bubble liquid' that is maybe a 'cute' size as opposed to a 'fun' size, but the label does promise 'miracle bubbles', so there's that.




1) The secondary, smaller character on the bubble dish wand handle, like the 'Fashion Rings' within the 'Jewelry Set', is very random; Stormy HEATHER, SARA Slime, ROB Slob, Soft Boiled SAM, Bye Bye BOBBY, etc.

2) The bubble trays, much-like the plastic 'Sunglasses' come in a variety of different colors to collect.
















PRODUCT NUMBER : NO. 7281
COMPLETE SET : 6



SCHOOL SET SAMPLE

Although the 'Pencil Case' school supplies were sold separately by the Imperial Toy company, they can also be located within the 'School Set' release as well with the exact same characters. There are six different pencil cases that could be purchased with four different GPK characters on each case with two found on the 'front' and two found on the 'back' (both sides have a copyright information); maybe the zipper pulled to the left when closed is the front? The 'School Set' also contains one ruller, one protractor, one pencil sharpener, one eraser and the pencil case. These were sold right in time leading up to the back-to-school rush in the Fall of 1986.




1) Due to the limit in quantity of ink options to keep costs down, several GPK characters are colored slightly differently than their trading card counterparts. Bony JOANIE gets grey bones instead of white bones, Nutty NICOLE's hair should be brown and MICHELLE Muck should be green; but those are the major differences.

2) Can be found with a silver OR white zipper.









PRODUCT NUMBER : NO. 7282?


3) I have Imperial product numbers 7263 through 7286 accounted for, except for number 7282; if it exists -- let me know if if located!
















PRODUCT NUMBER : NO. 7283
COMPLETE SET : 24



FASHION RINGS DISPLAY BOX

To cater to the female GPK fanbase or to fanboys who wore 'bling' the Imperial Toy company released 'Fashion Rings' and potentially added more clientele to their cash-base. Even though the 'party' favor jewelry was not high fashion it did add character to one's naked hand, a GPK character to be precise. A collector could spend hours picking out a ring of their liking (but not at Jared's) from 24 different GPK characters; as with these later Imperial Toy releases, the 1st Series Kids were focused on more than the 2nd Series characters. This is one of two Imperial Toy items for GPK not found on card for peg hook purposes but sold in a bucket container or box only.


23 OUT OF 24 FASHION RINGS : 'HOT SCOTT / LUKE WARM' NOT PICTURED




1) This Imperial Toy release finds ADAM Bomb back in his nostalgic blue suit.

2) The name for GPK character Brett SWEAT is labelled incorrectly as 'Sweat BRETT' (pictured above).

3) The ring picture design is the same set-up as the images used for the back of the 'Hi-Bounce Ball' (large size) packaging and the picture inserts along with the same image design used in the small handle of the 'Bubble Fun Set'.

4) Only the blue GPK logo header is used for this release
















PRODUCT NUMBER : NO. 7284
COMPLETE SET : 24



JEWELRY SET SAMPLES

To further cater to the female GPK fanbase or to fanboys who wear 'bling' the Imperial Toy company released the 'Jewelry Set' with the previously mentioned 'Fashion Rings' that included one oval-shaped pendant on a cheap necklace chain and two aforementioned rings. Even though the 'party' favor jewelry was not high fashion it did add character to one's naked neck or naked hand, a GPK character to be precise. A collector could spend hours picking out a necklace and rings of their liking (but not from Jared's) from 24 different GPK characters; as with these later Imperial Toy releases, the 1st Series Kids were focused on more than the 2nd Series characters. Since the necklace pendant is the focal point of the 'Jewelry Set', I have a hunch there are 24 different necklaces to collect and the rings are completely at random.




1) The name for GPK character Brett SWEAT is labelled incorrectly as 'Sweat BRETT' on the ring.

2) The necklace and ring picture design is the same set-up as the images used for the back of the 'Hi-Bounce Ball' (large size) packaging and picture insert along with the same image design used in the small handle of the 'Bubble Fun Set'.

3) Only the blue GPK logo header is used for this release
















PRODUCT NUMBER : NO. 7285
COMPLETE SET : 24



KEY CHAIN SAMPLES (SOME IN ORIGINAL BAGS)

There are a whopping 24 'Key Chains' to collect and to attach your house-key to, so make sure your parents make a ton of copies. This is one of the only other Imperial Toy items that is not found on a blue card, but sold in a container as a 'loose' product only. There are various characters from the 1st and 2nd Series sets to collect for a total of 48 images since the front and back of the 'Key Chains' have a different character.




1) The 1st Series GPK headers still contain the (™) trademark logo since these images are pulled right from the cards photo stock. There is so much space taken up below the character for the ® registered trademark symbol for Garbage Pail Kids and the © copyright trademark symbol for the Topps company on top of Imperial's own symbols and license product information they felt it necessary to lift the nameplate usually found below the character and place it OVER
the character. This is actually the less pretty backside, the other side has the nameplate under the character with no copyright information.

2) This is is the exact same product for the 'Zipper Pulls' (Product No. 7276) but with a key ring instead of a clasp apparatus.

3) The regular blue-suited ADAM Bomb image is used for this release, not the red-suited Imperial mascot.









THE IMPERIAL TOY EDITION



PRODUCT #
IMPERIAL GPK CHARACTER
GPK SERIES
PACKAGE TYPE
UPC CODE
POP-UP(S) : ASSORTMENT "A"
7263 or 7278
ADAM BOMB
OS1 : 8a
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07263 or 76666-07278
7263 or 7278
BLASTED BILLY
OS1 : 8b
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07263 or 76666-07278
7263 or 7278
AILIN' AL
OS1 : 15a
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07263 or 76666-07278
7263 or 7278
MAULED PAUL
OS1 : 15b
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07263 or 76666-07278
7263 or 7278
SLOBBY ROBBIE
OS1 : 26a
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07263 or 76666-07278
7263 or 7278
FAT MATT
OS1 : 26b
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07263 or 76666-07278
7263 or 7278
BRAINY JANIE
OS1 : 27a
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07263 or 76666-07278
7263 or 7278
JENNY GENIUS
OS1 : 27b
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07263 or 76666-07278
7263 or 7278
WRAPPIN' RUTH
OS1 : 36a
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07263 or 76666-07278
7263 or 7278
TOMMY TOMB
OS1 : 36b
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07263 or 76666-07278
7263 or 7278
UNSTITCHED MITCH
OS1 : 40a
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07263 or 76666-07278
7263 or 7278
DAMAGED DON
OS1 : 40b
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07263 or 76666-07278
7263 or 7278
SY CLOPS
OS2 : 44a
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07263 or 76666-07278
7263 or 7278
ONE-EYED JACK
OS2 : 44b
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07263 or 76666-07278
7263 or 7278
DOUBLE HEATHER
OS2 : 49a
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07263 or 76666-07278
7263 or 7278
FRAN FRAN
OS2 : 49b
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07263 or 76666-07278
7263 or 7278
SHRUNKEN ED
OS2 :65a
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07263 or 76666-07278
7263 or 7278
CHEEKY CHARLES
OS2 : 65b
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07263 or 76666-07278
7263 or 7278
PHONY LISA
OS2 : 67a
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07263 or 76666-07278
7263 or 7278
MONA LOSER
OS2 : 67b
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07263 or 76666-07278
7263 or 7278
ODD TODD
OS2 : 71a
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07263 or 76666-07278
7263 or 7278
BENT BEN
OS2 : 71b
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07263 or 76666-07278
7263 or 7278
GORGEOUS GEORGE
OS2 :73a
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07263 or 76666-07278
7263 or 7278
DOLLAR BILL
OS2 : 73b
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07263 or 76666-07278
POP-UP(S) : ASSORTMENT "B"
7264 or 7279
JUNKFOOD JOHN
OS1 : 2a
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07264 or 76666-07279
7264 or 7279
RAY DECAY
OS1 : 2b
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07264 or 76666-07279
7264 or 7279
FRYIN' BRIAN
OS1 : 4a
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07264 or 76666-07279
7264 or 7279
ELECTRIC BILL
OS1 : 4b
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07264 or 76666-07279
7264 or 7279
POTTY SCOTTY
OS1 : 14a
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07264 or 76666-07279
7264 or 7279
JASON BASIN
OS1 : 14b
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07264 or 76666-07279
7264 or 7279
CORRODED CARL
OS1 : 19a
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07264 or 76666-07279
7264 or 7279
CRATER CHRIS
OS1 : 19b
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07264 or 76666-07279
7264 or 7279
VIRUS IRIS
OS1 : 21a
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07264 or 76666-07279
7264 or 7279
SICKY VICKY
OS1 : 21b
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07264 or 76666-07279
7264 or 7279
OOZY SUZY
OS1 : 28a
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07264 or 76666-07279
7264 or 7279
MELTIN' MELISSA
OS1 : 28b
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07264 or 76666-07279
7264 or 7279
SY CLOPS
OS2 : 44a
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07264 or 76666-07279
7264 or 7279
ONE-EYED JACK
OS2 : 44b
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07264 or 76666-07279
7264 or 7279
DOUBLE HEATHER
OS2 : 49a
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07264 or 76666-07279
7264 or 7279
FRAN FRAN
OS2 : 49b
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07264 or 76666-07279
7264 or 7279
SHRUNKEN ED
OS2 :65a
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07264 or 76666-07279
7264 or 7279
CHEEKY CHARLES
OS2 : 65b
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07264 or 76666-07279
7264 or 7279
PHONY LISA
OS2 : 67a
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07264 or 76666-07279
7264 or 7279
MONA LOSER
OS2 : 67b
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07264 or 76666-07279
7264 or 7279
ODD TODD
OS2 : 71a
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07264 or 76666-07279
7264 or 7279
BENT BEN
OS2 : 71b
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07264 or 76666-07279
7264 or 7279
GORGEOUS GEORGE
OS2 :73a
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07264 or 76666-07279
7264 or 7279
DOLLAR BILL
OS2 : 73b
Peg Hook or Box
76666-07264 or 76666-07279
STICKER ALBUM
7265
ADAM BOMB, etc.
Various OS1 & OS2
Cellophane Bag / Box
76666-07265
STICK-ONS : PUFFY STICKER SHEETS
7266
NASTY NICK, JUNKY JEFF, etc.
Various OS1
Peg Hook / Display Box
76666-07266
7266
VIRUS IRIS, GUILLOTINA, etc.
Various OS1
Peg Hook / Display Box
76666-07266
7266
FRIGID BRIDGET, WACKY JACKIE, etc.
Various OS1
Peg Hook / Display Box
76666-07266
7266
DOUG PLUG, ONE-EYED JACK, etc.
Various OS2
Peg Hook / Display Box
76666-07266
7266
LIVE MIKE, CHRIS HISS, etc.
Various OS2
Peg Hook / Display Box
76666-07266
7266
ANCIENT ANNIE, SCHIZO FRAN, etc.
Various OS2
Peg Hook / Display Box
76666-07266
STICK-ON NAME TAGS : PUFFY STICKER SHEETS
7267
NASTY NICK, JUNKFOOD JOHN, etc.
Various OS1
Peg Hook / Display Box
76666-07267
7267
EVIL EDDIE, RAY DECAY, etc.
Various OS1
Peg Hook / Display Box
76666-07267
7267
UNSTITCHED MITCH, MEAN GENE, etc.
Various OS1 & OS2
Peg Hook / Display Box
76666-07267
7267
DAMAGED DON, JOLTIN' JOE, etc.
Various OS1 & OS2
Peg Hook / Display Box
76666-07267
STICK-ON PICTURES : PUFFY STICKER SHEETS
7268
STORMY HEATHER, UP CHUCK, etc.
Various OS1
Peg Hook / Display Box
76666-07268
7268
JUNKY JEFF, WEIRD WENDY, etc.
Various OS1
Peg Hook / Display Box
76666-07268
7268
VIRUS IRIS, SLIMY SAM, etc.
Various OS1
Peg Hook / Display Box
76666-07268
7268
KIM KONG, GUILLOTINA, etc.
Various OS1
Peg Hook / Display Box
76666-07268
7268
FRIGID BRIDGET, WRAPPIN' RUTH, etc.
Various OS1
Peg Hook / Display Box
76666-07268
7268
BRAINY JANIE, WRINKLY RANDY, etc.
Various OS1
Peg Hook / Display Box
76666-07268
7268
POTTY SCOTTY, VENTILATIED VINNIE, etc.
Various OS1 & OS2
Peg Hook / Display Box
76666-07268
7268
ONE-EYED JACK, MONA LOSER, etc.
Various OS2
Peg Hook / Display Box
76666-07268
7268
SCHIZO FRAN, CACTUS CAROL, etc.
Various OS2
Peg Hook / Display Box
76666-07268
7268
CHARRED CHAD, CHEEKY CHARLES, etc.
Various OS2
Peg Hook / Display Box
76666-07268
7268
MICHELLE MUCK, VILE KYLE, etc.
Various OS2
Peg Hook / Display Box
76666-07268
7268
ROB SLOB, JANET PLANET, etc.
Various OS2
Peg Hook / Display Box
76666-07268
BOP BAG(S)
7269
ADAM BOMB + NEW WAVE DAVE
OS1
Box
76666-07269
7269
AILIN' AL + DIZZY DAVE
OS1 & OS2
Box
76666-07269
7269
BONY JOANIE + PATTY PUTTY
OS1 & OS2
Box
76666-07269
7269
RUSSEL MUSCLE + DOUBLE HEATHER
OS2
Box
76666-07269
7269
JOLLY ROGER + MAD DONNA
OS2
Box
76666-07269
7269
HOT SCOTT + MAD MIKE
OS2 & OS1
Box
76666-07269
TACKY SNAPPERS (WITH 12 TACKY TARGETS)
7270
UP CHUCK / HEAVIN' STEVEN
OS1 : 3a / 3b
Peg Hook / Display Box
76666-07270
7270
ADAM BOMB / BLASTED BILLY
OS1 : 8a / 8b
Peg Hook / Display Box
76666-07270
7270
SLIMY SAM / LIZARD LIZ
OS1 : 38a / 38b
Peg Hook / Display Box
76666-07270
7270
PATTY PUTTY / MUGGIN' MEGAN
0S2 : 42a / 42b
Peg Hook / Display Box
76666-07270
7270
LEAKY LINDSAY / MESSY TESSIE
0S2 : 45a / 45b
Peg Hook / Display Box
76666-07270
7270
TONGUE TIED TIM / MARTY MOUTHFUL
0S2 : 48a / 48b
Peg Hook / Display Box
76666-07270
HI-BOUNCE BALL (LARGE 49MM SIZE)
7271
ITCHY RICHIE + ODD TODD
OS1 : 11a / OS2 : 71a
Peg Hook
76666-07271
7271
CRANKY FRANKIE + ART GALLERY
OS1 : 18a / OS2 : 80b
Peg Hook
76666-07271
7271
DRIPPY DAN + SOFT BOILED SAM
OS1 : 23a / OS2 : 58b
Peg Hook
76666-07271
7271
SCARY CARRIE + BAD BREATH SETH
OS1 : 25b / OS2 : 70a
Peg Hook
76666-07271
7271
BRAINY JANIE + ONE-EYED JACK
OS1 : 27a / OS2 : 44b
Peg Hook
76666-07271
7271
BUGGY BETTY + MIXED-UP MITCH
OS1 : 39a / OS2 : 81b
Peg Hook
76666-07271
7271
NUTTY NICOLE + POURIN' LAUREN
OS2 : 50b / 76b
Peg Hook
76666-07271
7271
? / ?
? / ?
Peg Hook
76666-07271
7271
? / ?
? / ?
Peg Hook
76666-07271
7271
? / ?
? / ?
Peg Hook
76666-07271
7271
? / ?
? / ?
Peg Hook
76666-07271
7271
? / ?
? / ?
Peg Hook
76666-07271
PAIRS ? : ADAM BOMB, NASTY NICK, GUILLOTINA, SLIMY SAM, DISGUSTIN' JUSTIN, DIZZY DAVE, RUSSELL MUSCLE, BYE BYE BOBBY, BRAINY BRIAN, OFF-THE-WALL PAUL
HI-BOUNCE BALLS (SMALL 38MM SIZE)
7272 or 7277
FURRY FRAN + ?
OS1 : 12a / ?
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07272 or 76666-07277
7272 or 7277
POTTY SCOTTY + ?
OS1 : 14a / ?
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07272 or 76666-07277
7272 or 7277
AILIN' AL + ?
OS1 : 15a / ?
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07272 or 76666-07277
7272 or 7277
OOZY SUZY + ?
OS1 : 28a / ?
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07272 or 76666-07277
7272 or 7277
BONY JOANIE + ?
OS1 : 29a / ?
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07272 or 76666-07277
7272 or 7277
NEW WAVE DAVE + ?
OS1 : 30a / ?
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07272 or 76666-07277
7272 or 7277
MAD MIKE + ?
OS1 : 33a / ?
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07272 or 76666-07277
7272 or 7277
TOMMY TOMB + ?
OS1 : 36b ?
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07272 or 76666-07277
7272 or 7277
MEAN GENE + WRINKLY RANDY
OS1 : 41a / 35a
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07272 or 76666-07277
7272 or 7277
MUGGIN' MEGAN + ?
OS2 : 42b / ?
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07272 or 76666-07277
7272 or 7277
CHRIS HISS + ?
OS2 : 62b / ?
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07272 or 76666-07277
7272 or 7277
KENNEL KENNY + ?
OS2 : 74b / ?
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07272 or 76666-07277
PLACEMENT ? : FRIGID BRIDGET, POTTY SCOTTY, CORRODED CARL, KIM KONG, MESSY TESSIE, FRYIN' BRIAN, ROB SLOB, LUKE WARM, etc.
PENCIL BILLBOARDS
7273 or 7286
RAY DECAY (LABELED AS HEAVIN' STEVEN)
OS1 : 2b
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07273 or 76666-07286
7273 or 7286
HEAVIN' STEVEN (LABELED AS RAY DECAY)
OS1 : 3b
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07273 or 76666-07286
7273 or 7286
SPACEY STACY
OS1 : 13b
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07273 or 76666-07286
7273 or 7286
MAULED PAUL
OS1 : 15b
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07273 or 76666-07286
7273 or 7286
HAGGY MAGGIE
OS1 : 16b
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07273 or 76666-07286
7273 or 7286
CRANKY FRANKIE
OS1 : 18a
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07273 or 76666-07286
7273 or 7286
SWELL MEL
OS1 : 20a
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07273 or 76666-07286
7273 or 7286
SICKY VICKY (LABELED AS CRANKY FRANKIE)
OS1 : 21b
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07273 or 76666-07286
7273 or 7286
SCARY CARRIE
OS1 : 25b
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07273 or 76666-07286
7273 or 7286
BRAINY JANIE
OS1 : 27a
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07273 or 76666-07286
7273 or 7286
KIM KONG
OS1 : 34a
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07273 or 76666-07286
7273 or 7286
WRAPPIN' RUTH
OS1 : 36a
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07273 or 76666-07286
7273 or 7286
LIZARD LIZ
OS1 : 38b
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07273 or 76666-07286
7273 or 7286
DAMAGED DON
OS1 : 40b
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07273 or 76666-07286
7273 or 7286
BRETT SWEAT
OS2 : 51b
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07273 or 76666-07286
7273 or 7286
BRUTAL BRAD
OS2 : 55b
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07273 or 76666-07286
7273 or 7286
PEGLEG PETER
OS2 : 61b
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07273 or 76666-07286
7273 or 7286
JANET PLANET
OS2 : 63b
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07273 or 76666-07286
7273 or 7286
SHRUNKEN ED
OS2 : 65a
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07273 or 76666-07286
7273 or 7286
MONA LOSER
OS2 : 67b
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07273 or 76666-07286
7273 or 7286
SARA SLIME
OS2 : 69b
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07273 or 76666-07286
7273 or 7286
GORGEOUS GEORGE
OS2 : 73a
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07273 or 76666-07286
7273 or 7286
KENNEL KENNY
OS2 : 74b
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07273 or 76666-07286
7273 or 7286
SUMO SID
OS2 : 83b
Container or Peg Hook
76666-07273 or 76666-07286
PENCIL CASE(S)
7274
EVIL EDDIE, MUGGIN' MEGAN, NUTTY NICOLE, BONY JOANIE
Various OS1 & OS2
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07274
7274
ADAM BOMB, LUKE WARM, RAY DECAY, MICHELLE MUCK
Various OS1 & OS2
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07274
7274
JASON BASIN, SUMO SID, DAMAGED DON, PEGLEG PETER
Various OS1 & OS2
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07274
7274
LOONY LENNY, NEW WAVE DAVE, JENNY GENIUS, FRAN FRAN
Various OS1 & OS2
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07274
7274
CRANKY FRANKIE, HEAVIN' STEVEN, MAD MIKE, MAULED PAUL
OS1
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07274
7274
KENNEL KENNY, BRETT SWEAT, DIZZY DAVE, MARTY MOUTHFUL
OS2
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07274
SUNGLASSES
7275
BLASTED BILLY + LEAKY LINDSAY (BLUE)
OS1 : 8b + OS2 : 45a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07275
7275
HAIRY MARY + DRESSY JESSE (ORANGE)
OS1 : 12b + OS1 : 20b
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07275
7275
HAGGY MAGGIE + TOMMY TOMB (GREEN)
OS1 : 16b + OS1 : 36b
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07275
7275
CRATER CHRIS + RAY DECAY (BLUE)
OS1 : 19b + OS1 : 2b
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07275
7275
THIN LYNN + PATTY PUTTY (GREEN)
OS1 : 29b + OS2 : 42a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07275
7275
GRAFFITI PETEY + SAVAGE STUART (YELLOW)
OS1 : 30b + OS1 : 33b
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07275
7275
DAMAGED DON + CHILLY MILLE (MISSPELLED)(ORANGE)
OS1 : 40b + OS1 : 32b
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07275
7275
SPACEY STACY + SPACEY STACY (YELLOW)
OS2 : 63a + OS1 : 13b
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07275
7275
HOT SCOTT + FRYIN' RYAN (YELLOW)
OS2 : 64a + OS2 : 54a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07275
7275
GORGEOUS GEORGE + PHONY LISA (BLUE)
OS2 : 73a + OS2 : 67a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07275
7275
MARK BARK + JASON BASIN (GREEN)
OS2 : 74a + OS1 : 14b
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07275
7275
UGH LEE + FAT MAT (ORANGE)
OS2 : 83a + OS1 : 26b
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07275
ZIPPER PULL(S)
7276
JUNKFOOD JOHN / MEAN GENE
OS1 : 2a / OS1 : 41a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07276
7276
ADAM BOMB / NERVOUS REX
OS1 : 8a / OS1 : 24a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07276
7276
ADAM BOMB / PHONY LISA
OS1 : 8a / OS1 : 67a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07276
7276
BOOZIN' BRUCE / PRICKLY RICK
OS1 : 9a / OS2 : 60a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07276
7276
CORRODED CARL / BONY JOANIE
OS1 : 19a / OS1 : 29a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07276
7276
JUNKY JEFF / SLOBBY ROBBIE
OS1 : 22a / OS1 : 26a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07276
7276
DRIPPY DAN / RUN DOWN RHODA
OS1 : 23a / OS1 : 31a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07276
7276
BRAINY JANIE / DISGUSTIN' JUSTIN
OS1 : 27a / OS2 : 47a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07276
7276
FRIGID BRIDGET / WEIRD WENDY
OS1 : 32a / OS1 : 16a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07276
7276
MAD MIKE / JOLTED JOEL
OS1 : 33a / OS2 : 53a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07276
7276
KIM KONG / VIRUS IRIS
OS1 : 34a / OS1 : 21a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07276
7276
WRINKLY RANDY / SPLIT KIT
OS1 : 35a / OS2 : 81a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07276
7276
WRAPPIN' RUTH / BUGGY BETTY
OS1 : 36a / OS1 : 39a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07276
7276
GUILLOTINA / DEAD TED
OS1 : 37a / OS1 : 5a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07276
7276
PATTY PUTTY / SWELL MEL
OS2 : 42a / OS1 : 20a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07276
7276
SY CLOPS / HOT SCOTT
OS2 : 44a / OS2 : 64a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07276
7276
DOUBLE HEATHER / OFF-THE-WALL PAUL
OS2 : 49a / OS2 : 75a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07276
7276
MAD DONNA / UP CHUCK
OS2 : 50a / OS1 : 3a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07276
7276
TOMMY GUN / WACKY JACKIE
OS2 : 57a / OS1 : 17a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07276
7276
JOLLY ROGER / STORMY HEATHER
OS2 : 61a / OS1 : 7a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07276
7276
GREASER GREG / ASHCAN ANDY
OS2 : 62a / OS1 : 13a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07276
7276
OLIVER TWISTED / CRACKED JACK
OS2 : 68a / OS2 : 58a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07276
7276
MAD MAX / FURRY FRAN
OS2 : 72a / OS1 : 12a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07276
7276
WRINKLED RITA / NEW WAVE DAVE
OS2 : 78a / OS1 : 30a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07276
BUBBLE FUN SET(S)
7280
JUNKFOOD JOHN (w/ MISC. CHARACTER)
OS1 : 2a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07280
7280
ADAM BOMB (w/ MISC. CHARACTER)
OS1 : 8a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07280
7280
BOOZIN' BRUCE (w/ MISC. CHARACTER)
OS1 : 9a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07280
7280
JASON BASIN (w/ MISC. CHARACTER)
OS1 : 14b
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07280
7280
FRIGID BRIDGET (w/ MISC. CHARACTER)
OS2 : 32a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07280
7280
PEGLEG PETER (w/ MISC. CHARACTER)
OS2 : 61b
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07280
7280
FOUL PHIL (w/ MISC. CHARACTER)
OS2 : 70b
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07280
7280
POURIN' LAUREN (w/ MISC. CHARACTER)
OS2 : 76b
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07280
7280
? (w/ MISC. CHARACTER)
? : ?
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07280
7280
? (w/ MISC. CHARACTER)
? : ?
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07280
7280
? (w/ MISC. CHARACTER)
? : ?
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07280
7280
? (w/ MISC. CHARACTER)
? : ?
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07280
SCHOOL SET(S)
7281
EVIL EDDIE, MUGGIN' MEGAN, NUTTY NICOLE, BONY JOANIE
Various OS1 & OS2
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07281
7281
ADAM BOMB, LUKE WARM, RAY DECAY, MICHELLE MUCK
Various OS1 & OS2
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07281
7281
JASON BASIN, SUMO SID, DAMAGED DON, PEGLEG PETER
Various OS1 & OS2
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07281
7281
LOONY LENNY, NEW WAVE DAVE, JENNY GENIUS, FRAN FRAN
Various OS1 & OS2
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07281
7281
CRANKY FRANKIE, HEAVIN' STEVEN, MAD MIKE, MAULED PAUL
OS1
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07281
7281
KENNEL KENNY, BRETT SWEAT, DIZZY DAVE, MARTY MOUTHFUL
OS2
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07281
FASHION RINGS
7283
NASTY NICK
OS1 : 1a
Display Box
76666-07283
7283
FRYIN' BRIAN
OS1 : 4a
Display Box
76666-07283
7283
STORMY HEATHER
OS1 : 7a
Display Box
76666-07283
7283
BLASTED BILLY
OS1 : 8b
Display Box
76666-07283
7283
TEE-VEE STEVIE
OS1 : 10a
Display Box
76666-07283
7283
POTTY SCOTTY
OS1 : 14a
Display Box
76666-07283
7283
AILIN' AL
OS1 : 15a
Display Box
76666-07283
7283
CRANKY FRANKIE
OS1 : 18a
Display Box
76666-07283
7283
CORRODED CARL
OS1 : 19a
Display Box
76666-07283
7283
CREEPY CAROL
OS1 : 25a
Display Box
76666-07283
7283
SLOBBY ROBBIE
OS1 : 26a
Display Box
76666-07283
7283
OOZY SUZY
OS1 : 28a
Display Box
76666-07283
7283
NEW WAVE DAVE
OS1 : 30a
Display Box
76666-07283
7283
MAD MIKE
OS1 : 33a
Display Box
76666-07283
7283
UNSTITCHED MITCH
OS1 : 40a
Display Box
76666-07283
7283
MEAN GENE
OS1 : 41a
Display Box
76666-07283
7283
VILE KYLE
OS2 : 47b
Display Box
76666-07283
7283
FRAN FRAN
OS2 : 49b
Display Box
76666-07283
7283
BRETT SWEAT (LABELLED SWEAT BRETT)
OS2 : 51b
Display Box
76666-07283
7283
LIVE MIKE
OS2 : 53b
Display Box
76666-07283
7283
CHARRED CHAD
OS2 : 54a
Display Box
76666-07283
7283
PEGLEG PETER
OS2 : 61b
Display Box
76666-07283
7283
LUKE WARM
OS2 : 64b
Display Box
76666-07283
7283
SUMO SID
OS2 : 83b
Display Box
76666-07283
JEWELRY SET(S)
7284
UP CHUCK
OS1 : 3a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07284
7284
BLASTED BILLY
OS1 : 8b
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07284
7284
FURRY FRAN
OS1 : 12a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07284
7284
WEIRD WENDY
OS1 : 16a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07284
7284
DRIPPY DAN
OS1 : 23a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07284
7284
BRAINY JANIE
OS1 : 27a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07284
7284
BONY JOANIE
OS1 : 29a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07284
7284
FRIGID BRIDGET
OS1 : 32a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07284
7284
KIM KONG
OS1 : 34a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07284
7284
GUILLOTINA
OS1 : 37a
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07284
7284
ONE-EYED JACK
OS2 : 44b
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07284
7284
BRUTAL BRIDGET
OS2 : 56b
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07284
7284
SOFT BOILED SAM
OS2 : 58b
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07284
7284
MONA LOSER
OS2 : 67b
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07284
7284
DIZZY DAVE
OS2 : 68b
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07284
7284
SARA SLIME
OS2 : 69b
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07284
7284
KENNEL KENNY
OS2 : 74b
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07284
7284
ACNE AMY
OS2 : 77b
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07284
7284
ANCIENT ANNIE
OS2 : 78b
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07284
7284
?
OS? : ?
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07284
7284
?
OS? : ?
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07284
7284
?
OS? : ?
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07284
7284
?
OS? : ?
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07284
7284
?
OS? : ?
Peg Hook / Box
76666-07284
KEY CHAINS
7285
JUNKFOOD JOHN / MEAN GENE
OS1 : 2a / OS1 : 41a
Container
76666-07285
7285*
ADAM BOMB / NERVOUS REX
OS1 : 8a / OS1 : 24a
Container
76666-07285
7285
ADAM BOMB / PHONY LISA
OS1 : 8a / OS1 : 67a
Container
76666-07285
7285
BOOZIN' BRUCE / PRICKLY RICK
OS1 : 9a / OS2 : 60a
Container
76666-07285
7285
CORRODED CARL / BONY JOANIE
OS1 : 19a / OS1 : 29a
Container
76666-07285
7285
JUNKY JEFF / SLOBBY ROBBIE
OS1 : 22a / OS1 : 26a
Container
76666-07285
7285
DRIPPY DAN / RUN DOWN RHODA
OS1 : 23a / OS1 : 31a
Container
76666-07285
7285
BRAINY JANIE / DISGUSTIN' JUSTIN
OS1 : 27a / OS2 : 47a
Container
76666-07285
7285
FRIGID BRIDGET / WEIRD WENDY
OS1 : 32a / OS1 : 16a
Container
76666-07285
7285
MAD MIKE / JOLTED JOEL
OS1 : 33a / OS2 : 53a
Container
76666-07285
7285*
KIM KONG / VIRUS IRIS
OS1 : 34a / OS1 : 21a
Container
76666-07285
7285
WRINKLY RANDY / SPLIT KIT
OS1 : 35a / OS2 : 81a
Container
76666-07285
7285
WRAPPIN' RUTH / BUGGY BETTY
OS1 : 36a / OS1 : 39a
Container
76666-07285
7285
GUILLOTINA / DEAD TED
OS1 : 37a / OS1 : 5a
Container
76666-07285
7285
PATTY PUTTY / SWELL MEL
OS2 : 42a / OS1 : 20a
Container
76666-07285
7285*
SY CLOPS / HOT SCOTT
OS2 : 44a / OS2 : 64a
Container
76666-07285
7285
DOUBLE HEATHER / OFF-THE-WALL PAUL
OS2 : 49a / OS2 : 75a
Container
76666-07285
7285
MAD DONNA / UP CHUCK
OS2 : 50a / OS1 : 3a
Container
76666-07285
7285
TOMMY GUN / WACKY JACKIE
OS2 : 57a / OS1 : 17a
Container
76666-07285
7285
JOLLY ROGER / STORMY HEATHER
OS2 : 61a / OS1 : 7a
Container
76666-07285
7285
GREASER GREG / ASHCAN ANDY
OS2 : 62a / OS1 : 13a
Container
76666-07285
7285
OLIVER TWISTED / CRACKED JACK
OS2 : 68a / OS2 : 58a
Container
76666-07285
7285
MAD MAX / FURRY FRAN
OS2 : 72a / OS1 : 12a
Container
76666-07285
7285
WRINKLED RITA / NEW WAVE DAVE
OS2 : 78a / OS1 : 30a
Container
76666-07285
* uncomfirmed
PLACEMENT ? : 'NERVOUS REX' (front image), etc.
PRODUCT #
IMPERIAL GPK CHARACTER
GPK SERIES
PACKAGE TYPE
UPC CODE