Just when you decide to trim your collection down by 70% and swear that you won't purchase anything else outside of your focus, you find these. Two Incredible Hulk glass tumblers from 7-Eleven circa 1977. The kicker was what I paid for each... 50¢! There was no way I could pass that up. Let's… Continue reading 1977 ~ 2 Incredible Hulk Tumblers from 7-Eleven
This knock-off figure, Femme Stellarii by Suckadelic, is a beautiful example of a mashup. The wonderful packaging is Leia's head, on a Wilma Deering (Buck Rogers in the 25th Century) body, with legs from another source that I cannot identify yet. For the future, it's clearly a Micronaut with a silver metal-vacced Leia head.… Continue reading Q: The greatest Star Wars Knock-Off… EVER? A: Yes.
Last week I was fortunate in falling into these Star Wars Power of the Force 2 carded figures. I know that they are not doing well, market-wise, but I just had to pick them up. They belonged to a friend of a friend, and I am thankful that she approached me with the offer.… Continue reading Toy Haul: 19.01.22
When I first heard of Digital comics my first thought was “Hey, that ‘s pretty cool, but it will never replace the same feel of actually holding the book in your hands and reading it.” That was then and this is now. Over my life I’ve had tens of thousands of comics and it… Continue reading Comic Book Collecting: Going Greener with Digital
This last week I received one of my childhood toys in the mail. It was the 24" tall Mattel Shogun Warriors Raydeen. The proper spelling, from the animated show, is Raideen and that is how I'll be referring to the figure. I couldn't believe the condition that it was in. There are more than… Continue reading Shogun Warriors: Raydeen
Source: Superman and His Incredible Fortress of Solitude – DC Special Series large format comic #26 (1981) This issue of DC Special Series is a treat. Head over to “A Superman Collector in Hawaii” to read his entry on the issue. When I was a kid, I couldn’t get enough of Superhero Secret… Continue reading Superman and His Incredible Fortress of Solitude
Dungeons and Dragons: Venger, Dungeons and Dragons Statue Dungeons and Dragons was a well written and nicely animated program that ran from 1983 through 1985. While I had the first Basic Edition set of the TSR game, I never could find anybody to play with. This show was the next best thing, at least… Continue reading Venger Statue by Pop Culture Shock