Sunday, March 13, 2022

Monster Scenes: The Most Controversial Toys of a Generation

Released in 1971, Monster Scenes was intended to be a series of interactive monster models for kids to build, pose and play.

But, when company management meddled in the details and marketing mishandled the message, the result was a questionable concoction of plastic playthings that seemed to promote sex and sadism to America's youth. It motivated public protests and brought embarrassment upon Aurora's parent company, the wholesome cookie and cracker company Nabisco.

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