Discussion in 'Show Your Collection' started by pickleloaf, Aug 16, 2010.
Drinking coffee will never be the same.
Surprised at how much I like this mug. I am really an 8 year old who loves monsters.
Got my reaction shogun goji. First non vinyl toy in a long long time but I’m a sucker for nice packaging so couldn’t resist.
I really dig these, would have been my first ReAction figure as well, I just couldn’t justify the price and then shipping.
@useless toys yeah I get that. I nabbed 2 so I could hook up a buddy and split the shipping so it wasn’t so bad for me.
Burger king robot,not seen this one before.Squirts water when you push the head down.
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Remco glow Creature. I had this when I was a youngin' and am glad to have it again.
Oh wow. That's the first version card, right?
Honestly, I am not too knowledgeable about this line. I haven't seen much variation in my shopping around, outside of the glow vs non-glow.
I checked Plaid Stallions, that is the first version card that the glow Creature was sold on:
Definitely not vinyl!
Thanks @Roger ! I saw another version recently that had the dark green creature on the glow in the dark card with the burst behind the bubble. Now I am wondering if it was pieced together by a collector.
Ooh, yeah, I would treat that as suspect.
Yes, the high water mark of my dorkelry laid bare for your enjoyment.
BifBangPow, PinMates, Starlin, Wooden, Infinity Mitten, Thanos, Marvel...
There's a vinyl toy here, but...
Return of Ultraman stuff on the cheap: a well-worn Bullmark mid-size Magunedon, Fujiya Seagorath eraser, some (theater-only?) Seagorath/Seamons promo photos, a really cool, banged-up, partially-torn set of Return of Ultraman illustrated placards (the backdrop card here depicts the underwater MAT base), and maybe best of all: a paper quadraped Zazahn from a sheet of cut-out racing figures(!). There is no bottom to the RoU rabbit hole.
I love paper made stuff! Those cut outs are super fun. Are they vintage? You should scan the sheet and print out some on 24lb card-stock paper, and keep the original intact. Great find!
@Mr. Humphreys I quit collecting anything but paper things a long while back. Then it all went sideways again. I love paper and paper-made stuff, too!
They aren't vintage. I most definitely will scan one (luckily, the package contained two, which is why I was OK with punching that Zazahn free). I can provide the file if you or anyone else wants it, when I do.
Those are so awesome! I also like the quadruped Takkong
@old_seaweed Thank goodness you had a second sheet! Don'tcha love seeing the bleed border between the punch-out outline and the overprint?!
YES PLEASE! I'd love to have a print file, Thank you!!!
@Mr. Humphreys For sure—sometimes the bleed remnants are the best thing about the punch outline!
Here's a link: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/o14j3qngssk0ofe/AABHf7Yh-IcIitD2-B0TXw-Ja?dl=0
I'll leave it up for a while, it's public.
There's a multi-page PDF (read the comments in the sidebar) there, and also .jpg versions of the kaiju and the instruction sheet for anyone that doesn't want to download a 120mb PDF. Sorry about the file size! Also, my home scanner stinks. The colors are kind of accurate to the original.
Woo Hoo! Thank you @old_seaweed ! This is so nice of you ☺️
Heaven in a book
Edit: wrong thread
What idiot pays for poorly cut tiny paper dolls from who knows when? With a Zazahn lotte card (based on the original sketch/design!) thrown in.
I'm assuming they are pachi, but I don't know. Remnants/pieces of tiny characters are visible underneath a couple of the left arms, and it doesn't appear to be the official character names. Zazahn, Arstron (with Ghostron genes), Jack, Takkong, Sadola and re-Dorako are pretty straight-forward. The Gronken/Aron mash-up on the left is strange, and the monster on the opposing right side of that row is drawing a ? from me. Anyway, they're great!
@Mr. Humphreys I scanned these (.pdf and .jpg), cleaned them up a little and put them in that dropbox folder, if you or anyone else wants them
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