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Photo essay: the wildest Max Headroom merchandise of the 1980s

While Max Headroom may have started life as a VJ for a Channel 4 show, he became much more than that. There's no better way to judge the sheer amount of cultural momentum he eventually built than to look at the many items that eventually carried his picture, likeness, name, or some combination thereof. The frightening thing? The below is a mere fraction of the Max-related products that were available in the 1980s.

Take a look, and then head back to our complete oral history of Max Headroom.


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