"They stand for justice, and they never lose!" That was the tagline of Olmec Toy's Bronze Bombers line in 1988.
The figures had a clear distinction to Hasbro's G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero line, and should have - A lot of them were produced using the same molds of certain figures, and art work for the cardbacks. However, unlike G.I. Joe, Bronze Bombers failed to find a foothold in toy isles, and disappeared after just twelve figures and two vehicles.
Shaka Johnson*Charles "Chilly Pop" Battle*Arrow Hawk
The Baron P.S.B. Enemy*A.J. Moon*Agent Telepathy
Cool Breeze*Hi Tech*Wayne Golden Alexander
Mapman Jackson*Sure Fire*Marc Kaboom Walters
Battle Hovercraft with Wayne Golden Alexander
Battle Copter with A.J. Moon
Bronze Bombers: The Enforcers of Justice
In 1997, Olmec Toys made a much more popular comeback with the twelve pack of Bronze Bombers figures they released. Granted it still wasn't the likes of popularity that Hasbro had found with their G.I. Joe line.
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