Slade Super Agent

Name: Slade Super Agent

Made by and When: Shindana Toys, 1975

Material: Vinyl

Marks: Shindana Toys / ©1975

Height: 9-1/2 inches

Hair/Eyes/Mouth: Sculpted Afro/brown painted eyes/closed mouth with mustache

Clothes: Orange shirt, brown faux leather short jacket, brown faux leather pants, black boots

Other: Attaché case (black vinyl bag) contains a cardboard box that illustrates super-agent gadgets. Shindana did not believe in or make toy guns or other toy weapons. One of their mottos was “Learn, Baby, Learn.” The back of Slade’s box reads:

From the neighborhood, the war, and college he learned it all!

The neighborhood:

He learned how to survive by knowing, understanding, and dealing with people.

The War:

Taught him how to survive by going for days without food or sleep.  How to track without being seen.  He learned hand to hand combat: weapons, communications, underwater diving & sky diving.

College:

He learned to live through education.  Being strong in math, computer electronics, & business; he searched for a job to make use of all his talents, his thirst for thrill and adventure, his hunger for more excitement & knowledge. 

With crime & corruption overtaking our world, his search was ended.

Code Name:  SLADE

                      Super Agent

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