Tron, Redux

I’m finally starting to get things set up in my new house. One of the collections I wanted to display right off the bat was my Tron figures.

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That’s all four vintage Tron figures (still on the cards) in the back, with three of the four figures opened in the foreground, along with a vintage red light cycle. I do have the figures original glow-in-the-dark identify discs, although the cycle’s rip cord seems to have been derezzed.

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On the shelves just outside my office are my newer Tron collectibles. That’s most of the new figures there (minus Flynn), along with a couple of the taller “deluxe” figures and two light cycles.

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Rob O'Hara

I'm into old video games, old arcade games, old computer games, writing, photography, computer/network security, and of course, the 1980s!

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6 thoughts on “Tron, Redux

  1. Atari Adventure Square says:

    Did they ever make Recognizer toys in the original Tron series?

    I think I saw one for Legacy outputs.
    I could look it up, but I’ll pick Flack-Wiki for this query.

    Also, I’m still flu-ish and rezzing back to form.

  2. Whoops, yes — the carded ones are the 20th Anniversary figures. I just re-read what I typed and see the confusion. By “vintage” I meant from the original movie.

    I don’t think there are any classic Reconizer toys, but I know there are several newer ones, including a carrying case (like the old “Darth Vader” Star Wars one …) and a couple of smaller die-cast ones.

  3. Well that’s a relief, Flack. I was worried you thought you had MOC Tron figures from the original movie. :P

    And, yeah, there weren’t any Recognizer toys from the original toy line. I think it was just the four figures and two light cycles that were different colors.

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