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Airwolf TV Series Collectible Merchandise including the Airwolf Replica Helmet, Airwolf Magazines and Airwolf Posters
Airwolf merchandise at the time was great with lots of collectible items being released in the UK, Germany and Japan especially, ranging from the cheapest plastic and generic toys for the kids, right up to amazing turbine-driven radio-controlled Airwolf models. Many of the original 80s licensed merchandise is now highly sought after by fans and the creation of eBay in the mid-1990s really sent prices for many collectible pieces into the stratosphere.
There were two Airwolf Merchandise guides produced in the past, the original mono version creation by producer and superfan, Mark J.Cairns, the other a few years later by The Wolf's Lair editor and airwolf.tv website founder and fellow superfan, Clark Van Hoten. The original Merchandise Guide showed the wide range in private collections at the time, but it was the expanded collections via eBay that generated Clark Van Hoten's sequel Airwolf magazine that was produced in full-colour and distributed world-wide to fans in many countries
The name Steven W. Stull is now one attached to the words quality, craftsman and genius by many fans. His amazing work started in 2004 with the creation of a modern electronic, hand-built replica helmets of the originals used as iconic, screen-worn props on the show. The attention to detail and even the problem solving and elegance of the making the speed visor work with modern electronics compared to the original props being operated with an air compressor and a stage manager off-screen, it is Steven W. Stull that is now synonymous with the craft of Replica Helmets. But his work didn't end there. In 2006, he was approached by a museum owner to create a brand-new, full-size Replica of "The Lady" for pride of place in the museum. Steve took accurate measurements and moulds from Clark Van Hoten's collection of original screen-used body parts that were on the original helicopter and applied them to an old, scrap Bell 222 fuselage. Three months of pains-taking work later, partially in conjunction with Clark Van Hoten created the masterpiece that is now housed in the Tennessee Museum of Aviation in Sevierville, Tennessee, USA. This Airwolf Replica was also used for the Airwolf Themes Soundtrack Music Promo Movie on YouTube.
Also available is the Wolf Insignia collectible poster by Mark J.Cairns, an impacting, full-colour European A2-size (23.4" x 16.8"), commercially-printed, commemorative artwork based on Airwolf’s original ‘Wolf Insignia’. It will create a big impact on your wall and will be the centre of attention on any room.
Large format Airwolf posters have been a rare sight for Airwolf collectors since the days of the show’s original production in the 1980s with only five known posters (one British, one American – both Scandecor posters of a 1st Season publicity still from the TV series - and three German-produced) in total gracing the walls of a few lucky fans worldwide.