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 … 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 … 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 … 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 … Continue reading Venger Statue by Pop Culture Shock
These Tikis are beyond awesome! General Mills’ Count Chocula, Frankenberry, and Boo Berry Tiki mugs are delightfully fun, and they cleverly capture the characters’ spirits. You can pre-order the set for $60.00, if you cannot make it to San Diego … Continue reading GeekiTikis: Count Chocula, Frankenberry, and Boo Berry!
Mighty Jabba the Hutt is lost without his pet! Previously released for the 1983 Jabba the Hutt Kenner playset (sold separately), fans can enjoy a bit of nostalgia with this Salacious Crumb Action Figure. Each original figure is sealed … Continue reading Star Wars Salacious Crumb Vintage Kenner Action Figure
I loved these ads when I was a kid. Although I never actually purchased any of these sets, I did love the idea of so many pieces in each set. My Father told me that he once saved … Continue reading 100 Pieces Toy Soldiers: Tiny Blasts from the Past.
I hear and read those words far too often. Next to the over used “RARE” attached to everything on eBay, the phrase “What’s it worth?” is my number two pet peeve of collecting. Over the years, I have collected, sold, … Continue reading What’s it worth?
Try to avoid checking out the sorting method “Time Ending Soonest” first in your item searches. You will feel less pressure to bid in haste if you check out the “Newly Listed” items first. Sometimes you can find some great (buy it now) … Continue reading eBay Tip