2. Barnyard Commandos
These anthropomorphic action figures were released in 1989 to capitalize on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle craze, an accompanying syndicated animated series was also produced. Unfortunately for the Barnyard Commandos, neither the series nor the toys were a success and the line quickly disappeared from shelves.
3. Cool Shades
There is nothing more kids love play with more than sunglasses, amiright? Well, at least Cool Shades tried to be fun, with their zany mix and match designs. And really, any kid wearing these things was just asking to get made fun of on the playground.
Also, I’m not sure these shades would very protective for your eyes.
9. The Heart Family
Let’s be honest, Barbie is too busy loving her life to be weighed down with a family, so enter The Heart Family, Barbie’s friends, who apparently have no names (seriously, the dolls were named Dad, Mom, Girl, and Boy), to introduce a family unit to Barbie’s world. Also, the line came with a Grandpa and Grandma, just in case you thought Barbie’s world was lacking in elderly people.
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