Here's Batman, I think I may get the exclusive with the sniper rifle.
Last night my stalker quietly left a Christmas gift on my doorstep while I was watching TV. For my own safety I opened it early to make sure it wasn't something that would kill me. I took photos while doing this and thought I would share. This is /toy/ related, trust me.
Wrapped with only the kind of care a delusional woman can give.
Oh gosh I actually happen to really like Transformers, maybe this will be something cool.
Yes, maybe slightly better than average depending on whether or not you're into MILFs.
Whats an anime, video game, movie or whatever you feel needs figures of or beater figures?
DC stuff in the 1/18th scale.
But I guess if we're talking purely franchises and not scale or company...
Movie: District 9
Videogame: Shining Force
Anime: Book of Bantorra
Manganime: Claymore (Seriously, this series is sooo toyetic. You can just recycle most of the parts. You'd just need different heads, boots, pauldrons and symbols)
So im thinking of getting in contact with a chinese company, that has access to the muckman molds, and bootleg the unproduced muckman figure, does anyone have connections where i could get this idea made?
Recently I've been thinking about getting something from Sideshow Collectibles Hot Toys line. I always wanted a figure from them but since they are quite pricey I always passed.
What does /toy/ think about them? How is the quality? Is it worth it?
Face sculpts look amazing, accessories look mostly very good. Anyone has experience with Hot Toys?
Was thinking about getting pic related.
But then I did some research on how actually the body looks like and I'm a bot disappointed.
It looks kinda cheap. Especially those arm joints.
>hot toys price
I just bought the microman Supergirl and the base came with 2 c-clamp pieces and is missing the T-joint that would allow the pose pictured. How do I go about contacting the makers for a replacement piece? I can't seem to find Takara's US contact info.
She's like ten years old dude, forget it. You got a bum package, oh well
Look who has a Metroid
I heard about this in an Amiibo discussion. Basically, you bend the cardback on a high-demand toy like an Amiibo. The idea is, this makes it less desirable to scalpers and collectors who leave toys in box to sell later. Thus making hard-to-find toys easier to find for kids and regular collectors.
What do y'all think? Does anybody here bend cards?
I'm an autist and save all the packaging so this really bugs me. I need my toy packaging in pristine condition, or at least as perfect as it can be after opening. I only order things online so this won't affect me, but man that's a really scummy thing to do.
Mega with paper accessories: https://mega.nz/#F!5wx3RYYC!0OQerQXFeFQzbRJDtmJBeA
I'll update the mega as I can to include anything anyone adds via the thread.
I'd read the fuck out of a Charlton Catlton comic.
Can we have some toy gore?
So /toy/, what is the best Dalek toy in your opinion?
I quite like the black and gold Dalek. He has a fairly unique design and was my first Dalek so there's that as well.
Only down side is that he's remote control so isn't as posable as the others. (head swivel and eye stalk movement)
I might get some of the classic daleks by CO as I'm trying to move away from the modern figures.
I'll just leave this here...
Hope you're still not buying loot crates.
I hope you guys weren't expecting a decent Fox Mulder figure to come out of the revival.
I got this a little while ago. Mine has a different paint job but looks the same.
I had mine for 22 years. It's one of the two toys of my childhood that are still on display in my room (the other one being that Z-Bot in my pic), pretty much everything else on display are nihonese action figures.
Raptor club is now in session.
Raptorless scrub detected.