Toys of the Eighties, Sectaurs
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These were insect/human action figures. Some came with a large insect that had a furry glove for its feet. You could put your hand in its legs and walk it around. The action figure would ride on top. There was also a short-lived cartoon series.

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RadTke - December 23, 2007 - Report this comment
These figures were more articulated than any other of its time. They are the sweetness! I mean who doesn't want to be half-man, half-insect.KRH
nick easy - April 12, 2008 - Report this comment
by far the coolest, i still want to harness a bee..... and ride it...
Paul - November 06, 2008 - Report this comment
These toys were the sh*t. And out of all the toys I had growing up....these durable toys outlasted all of them...even transformers. These were the most unique action figures and there was never crappy variants either. I wonder who submitted the photos....I would be interested in buying them.
The D - January 26, 2009 - Report this comment
These were durable. The wings would come off and get lost, but you could still have the critter itself walk around. My brother had the dragonfly thing, and I had the spider. Sweet.
michael - September 02, 2009 - Report this comment
does anyone still have the sectaurs item called prince dargon with dragonflyer i am looking for that right now one that's in it's package still and in good condition never opened or know where i can find one let me know my email is
troy - March 24, 2010 - Report this comment
recently bought some boxed sectaurs, they were not mint but for the age i was well pleased, sold all mine at a car boot sale when i was young, so happy to have them again:) i emailed they had some old shop stock left.
RoboDog - September 01, 2011 - Report this comment
What I remember best about these are the great commercials. They actually told a story. At the end of the ad there'd be a cliffhanger which would be resolved in the next ad.
Dan - March 22, 2012 - Report this comment
Too bad they never made the cartoon to match the Marvel Comic Book version which was far superior to the cartoon that was actually an animated commercial. And they never talked about the full origin of the Symbion of old. This series had a lot of potential if only they had focused the brand at the teen oriented market as far as the cartoon series was concerned. If TMS or Toei had done the animation instead of Ruby Sears, it might have made a huge impression on the Sectaurs legacy instead of obcurity.

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