No gun, so he's left with his permanent "jack-off" hand.
My brother and I spent many hours playing with our He-Man action figures(as well as watching the cartoon) While Teela was always my favourite(I've had a thing for sexy redheads pretty much my whole life, it would seem) her action figure was harder to find. And, I must admit, I was titillated by the notion that Kobra Khan could actually squirt water! I have no clue where his orange gun ran off to, but I can tell you that at some point the snake man ended up with perfume in his mister. I popped his top and could still smell it, even after almost 30 years.
2. Gusty (Hasbro, 1984-85)
I wasn't exactly a "normal" little girl child, and I wasn't ever into the My Little Pony craze. I had Barbies, but my Barbies tended to be detectives solving gruesome homicides(often involving severed limbs, the nice thing about Barbie is that she popped right back together when I was done) I always preferred mermaids over unicorns, and my only guess is that this was a gift from someone. How I have managed to hold onto it for all of these years, I have no idea. And now, I find myself unable to get rid of Gusty, simply because I have managed to hang onto it for near 30 years.
3. Oculus Orbus (AmToy, mid-80s)
Pay no attention to the dog nose in the photo!
(that's Oliver Queen, by the by)
If I had my way, I would currently own all 8 of the original series of Madballs, that's how much I loved them when they came out. As it is, I got Oculus only on the whim of my Grandma. The store aisle had been pretty picked clean, and I had my choice of Oculus or one other Madball(that I believe was Slobulus) Grandma was rather put out by both choices, but after what I remember as being a lot of pleading, she relented when I took what was the more tame of the two. I have never regretted my choice. Kobra Khan and Gusty I have simply been lucky to hold on to, but I've always kept an eye(ha!) on Oculus Orbus all these years. He sits in his place of honor on my desk.