African Kings and Conquerors Action Figures Identification Tool with Pictures

African Kings and Conquerors Thutmose

Renaissance Enterprises introduced one of the most unique He-Man rip-off toy lines, African King and Conquerors, in 1987. Unlike most companies that were copying Mattel’s success, Renaissance decided to not make another group of barbarian or fantasy-themed toys. Instead, they set out the celebrate the rich history of Africa. With that in mind, they proudly proclaimed that the line celebrated “black heroes and heroines” on the packaging.

There were six different action figures in this toy line, with each one representing a major figure in Africa’s rich history. These figures were Hannibal, Thutmose, Ramses, Kashta, Sundiata, and Mansa Musa. Each of these toys came with a weapon and a shield. They also were created at the same scale as the Masters of the Universe, about 5 ½” tall.

Each of these action figures is a rare sight. So, they are highly sought after by collectors.

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    How to use the Identification Tool to find your action figures and toy lines

    Do you have an old-school G1 Transformers toy you are trying to identify? Don’t know the name? No problem! I’ll help you use this identification tool. For example, just type in “jet” in the figure name field and hit search. You’ll see all the Transformers G1 Toys that are jets. Maybe try “car” and select the color “blue” and a list of Transformers matching those results will appear. Maybe you don’t know what the finished vehicle will make, so try searching by “red” only. Did you forget to remove “car”? Now search just the color “red”. Perhaps you know the name, but can’t spell it try “Wheljck” instead of “Wheeljack” and all the Wheeljack characters are listed for you.

    We have all the G1 Transformers list of characters in our database. You can search by Transformers name, as well as just line or subgroup. You can identify Transformers that are all red or all the figures that are orange. The Transformers toy list can even be sorted by package type. You can identify which came with a sticker sheet, or which came without instructions. Want to know all the 1984 Transformers toys and none of the others from 1985-1990? No problem, just select the release year from “1984” to “1984”. Perhaps you just want to know the list of G1 Transformers “Autobots”, or just the “Decepticons”, our ID tool can do that.

    Mostly we made this so you could see if your action figures were missing some accessories or parts. So you can see that too.

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