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Old 12-04-2020, 09:12 PM   #2241
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Got something cool in the mail the other day...


I was pretty broke when this series was coming out, so I missed pretty much the whole thing. Which really pisses me off because they go for ridiculous prices now. I got a good deal on this one because the package is damaged.

This brings my DC Universe Classics collection of action figures up to a whopping Three. Hopefully I'll get a couple for Christmas or something, I'unno.
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Old 12-05-2020, 04:40 PM   #2242
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Hot Topic exclusive Army Of Darkness Ash funko pop. HT was sold out so I had to go to Ebay thankfully plenty of them and great prices

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Old 12-08-2020, 05:17 PM   #2243
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So as mentioned in another thread, my flea market buddies are gonna cut me a (small) break on a couple of the WWF LJNs. I can get Ultimate Warrior and Hogan, but it's gonna cost me a couple hundred. There's only so much they can do, though; this particular set of WWF LJN figures - the final, "black card" wave - saw very limited release and they're pretty much like unicorns, even loose as these are. I mean Haku, Rick Rude, Big Boss Man, Black Singlet Andre... we're talking $100-300 apiece, easily. And these guys are marking them down a bit, too, since they're used and a little scuffed. You NEVER find a Haku.

This is gonna be a big hit - I almost never spend so much at once on just a couple things - but I'm never gonna come across another LJN Warrior figure AND have the money for it at the same time. Sometimes you just gotta take the hit.

At least they're gonna let me split it up. Picking up Warrior this weekend, Hogan next weekend. That's already a nice favor, as the rest of those things are gonna FLY right out the door. If they have any left at all by next Saturday I'll be shocked.

I mean, this is the entire set they got in. LOOK at that sh*t:


That's a few thousand dollars worth of WWF LJNs. I've almost never seen a collection like that in one place outside of hardcore collectors' showcases. I am so goddamn jealous.

I can not BELIEVE I could have bought almost every single one of these for $5-10 each back in the 1980s, but didn't care about them because "They're just statues and don't even move". Jesus, if I knew Then what I know Now.

Actually, the Warrior and other Black Card series figures were ALWAYS hard to find since LJN was getting out of the toy business to focus on video games. thus they had a ridiculously small production run (compared to the first two waves, which are about as common as sand at the beach). In the U.S. you pretty much had to buy the final wave through mail order for a whopping $19+ shipping each, outrageous by 1989 standards. This is why they're so incredibly rare "in the wild" and so expensive to find now, even loose.

As a kid, once I "smartened up" and started caring about these, I used to stare at those magazine ads and just salivate, wishing I could get them.

Even "just" Warrior and Hogan is still pretty good. I guess you can't have everything. Still... if this popped up back in July, I could've.

Ah well. C'est la vie. Still excited.
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Old 12-08-2020, 05:43 PM   #2244
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I completely goddamn forgot, I meant to post this from when I went shopping on Sunday and totally forgot about it.


Pretty neat!
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Old 12-08-2020, 06:25 PM   #2245
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As of late I seem to have a growing collection of toy Jeep Wranglers... Saw a cute blue one (like my life sized one I own) in Walmart and of course I couldn't leave it behind. (Plus a white one for my nephew.) Once a Jeep kid, always a Jeep kid.
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Old 12-12-2020, 12:47 AM   #2246
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Today's mail:


THIS IS WHERE THE POWER LIES, BROTHER!
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Old 12-14-2020, 02:17 AM   #2247
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Today, I finally brought home one I thought I'd NEVER own, the LJN WWF Ultimate Warrior figure!



He's a little scuffed up but nothing a lick of paint here and there won't fix.

Also, not a "toy" but while I was there I picked up this awesome vintage lunchbox:


The rest of my day was absolutely terrible! But it started great!
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Old 12-25-2020, 12:52 PM   #2248
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Old 12-28-2020, 07:36 PM   #2249
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First of my 4 xmas money purchases.

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Bought this yrs ago but first now tested if it worked , after all its 35 yrs now
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Xmas money purchase 2 flying superman pop. Bout time I add The Man Of Steel to my DC Funko Pop collection

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Cara Dune the Target Exclusive(Thanks Ebay) Coin Collection figure

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Didn't want to clog up the TMNT section with these,


Not a new purchase or anything but I realised I'd never posted the Turtles here after painting them (like, 6 years ago)

And since they are out on display






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Old 01-04-2021, 10:26 PM   #2255
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Old 01-04-2021, 11:38 PM   #2256
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Hey,my collection is pretty mild here on the Technodrome
I have some of the obligatory vehicles and a heap of doubles/triples but thats pretty much it besides a modest 2K3 collection, the RPGs and Mirage collected volumes.

Here's some Transformers- just waiting on the soon to be released Inferno and I'll have all the G1 season 1 and 2 cast of Autobots (except Omega Supreme)


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So I finally felt up to taking pictures of some of the new stuff I got recently.

Been ordering a bunch of stuff in the mail recently, mostly out of boredom. But there's still a ton of holes in my various collections, so I'll never run out of stuff to buy.

First up, one I've been after for a LONG time, "Macho Man" Randy Savage from the Original San Francisco Toymakers "WCW" line:

OSFTM had the WCW license from 1995-1998 and produced several different styles of figures, to mixed results. This was from their first run (the "Nitro" Wave, specifically), which were obviously modeled after the old WWF LJN "action" figures, which as we all know are more like "big rubber statues". Although they also harken back to the original WCW line by Galoob in 1990, which were similar "pre-posed" figures.

This whole run was a mixed bag; frankly, I don't know any kid in 1995 who wanted this type of action figure, especially after the awesome WWF Hasbro line had done such great business with their incredible head sculpts and action features. Big, immobile hunks of plastic felt like a BIG step backwards to me when they first came out. That said, I was a WCW fan so I still picked up a few of the main characters, but I also missed a ton of them. They weren't great, but there were literally NO other wrestling figures being produced until Jakks Pacific came out with their WWF line in mid-1996, so kids had to buy something to get their wrestling fix. Some were better than others; not only were they immobile, some of them just had really poor facial likenesses (a problem that lasted for the entire three-year run of the line). Not only that, although they were "inspired" by the WWF LJNs, they're about 2-3 inches smaller so they're not even compatible with those figures at all, but they're also a lot bigger than most OTHER wrestling figure lines, meaning they just plain don't fit in well with anything but themselves.

All that said, this is a pretty good Macho Man figure. It looks just like him and it's a good pose. OSFTM was notoriously cheap and lazy, so this was actually the third of four times this exact same figure was released with different paint; the first was in Series 2 with a Yellow/Red/Black paint scheme, then again in Series 3 with a Black/Red/Yellow scheme, and then finally in Black and Silver in a two-pack with Hollywood Hogan (which was itself a repaint of Hogan's Series 3 figure). Overlooking how lazy that is, though, it's a nice-looking Savage in any color scheme. I ordered the Series 3 figure today, and it should be here next week. I have mixed feelings about the entire OSFTM WCW line but this Macho Man sculpt was definitely one of their best attempts.

Next we have some of the later WCW figures by OSFTM, from the 1998 series. Still in-package, we have Chris Benoit, Curt Hennig (misspelled "Henning" because OSFTM were lazy hacks), and Marcus "Buff" Bagwell:

OSFTM were getting a little bit better by this point. They'd moved on from the "big rubber statues" and were making slightly smaller figures with more articulation, (sometimes) better face sculpts, and Action Features. These were part of their 6.5-inch series, which was rather short-lived and only featured 17 unique characters and two repaint variants ("Wolfpac" versions of Macho Man and Sting). Having articulation and so on was a step up, but it was still rather limited, and the "Action Feature" was the same for almost all of the figures, a punching motion when you twisted their waist. Still, there were some neat characters which were only available in this specific Series, like Hennig (his only WCW figure and the last one ever produced until after he'd passed away), and "Rookie Figures" of a few guys like DDP, Raven, Goldberg, and the above-pictured Bagwell who'd never had an action figure before. So while the face sculpts and action features were generic and the articulation was limited (but improving), this series was still a neat piece of history.

Here's a couple from that series I picked up loose, Scott Hall and Kevin Nash:

See, they're "okay" but far from great. They almost look like knock-offs. OSFTM never figured out how to do "beard stubble" on guys like Hall or Benoit, and couldn't even be bothered to paint the beard a different color than the hair to try. And they never bothered giving him chest hair, which is a defining trait of Scott Hall. And Nash's face sculpt is as generic as I've ever seen. Bagwell pretty much looks like Bagwell, but Nash could be almost anyone. It's like on some of these they just didn't try very hard.

Moving on, we have some of the last figures OSFTM ever put out for WCW, a selection of their 4.5-inch "Poseable" figures. In-package, I scored Macho Man and a Ric Flair/Lex Luger two-pack:

I WISH that I paid the advertised sticker price on Macho Man. These things have become surprisingly pricey, considering that you could get them at Kay-Bee on Clearance for two bucks each back in 1999 after Toy Biz got the license. You're lucky to find ANY OSFTM WCW figures in-package for less than $20, now.

These guys have almost identical sculpts and paint jobs to the ones in the 6.5-inch line, just smaller. The biggest "upgrade" is the ball-jointed shoulders rather than pegged, allowing for *slightly* better articulation than the larger figures. This was another small line, with only 11 characters produced; why such an odd number and not 10 or 12, I have no idea. I can only assume they had one more character planned to round out the line but never got a chance to make them, DDP perhaps. The Lex Luger figure is actually more accurate than his 6.5-inch counterpart, because this one has kneepads while the larger figure does not. What an odd oversight.

Probably the coolest thing about these specific WCW figures, is that they scale really well with the WWF Hasbro and WCW Galoob figures. Not perfectly, but very close. Unlike the rest of the WCW OSFTM figure sets, which fit in with nothing at all but themselves. So that's a neat bonus.

Here's a couple 4.5's I got loose since they were much cheaper that way, The Giant and Rick Steiner:

These were near-perfect so I saved about $30 ordering them loose. Rick has some barely-visible scuffs, and Giant needs like two drops of Black Gloss paint and he'll be good as new.

Some more oddness from OSFTM in this series, as this was the one and only Rick Steiner figure they ever produced in any series or scale. What's odd is that they never produced a 6.5-inch Rick Steiner, but they did do a Scott Steiner. They also did a Scott in this 4.5 scale, which was clearly a hasty repaint from when he turned heel because his figure has a ponytail and Heel Steiner had a buzzcut. The back of the 4.5's packaging also shows someone blacked-out next to Rick Steiner on the babyface side, which was probably originally Scott in his Steiner Bros. look. I'm guessing his heel turn threw a wrench into their advertising plans and they had to scramble last minute. This would also explain why the 4.5 line has 7 bad guys and only 4 good guys, if Scott was originally planned for the babyface side. They still ought to have added DDP and/or Benoit to make the numbers more even. I can only guess that they were about to lose the license and just didn't want to sculpt any new figures, that's the best I can figure.

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Old 01-08-2021, 06:35 PM   #2258
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Finally, we jump WAY back in time with some WWF LJN figures!

Some great ones here, with "Rookie Figures" of Bruno Sammartino and Jake "The Snake" Roberts, and the rare late-series version of Hulk Hogan!

This was the first of only four (or six if you want to get technical) Bruno figures ever made; Figures Toy Co. made Younger and Older Bruno figures (with a "Bloody" variant of each, as they did with all their figures), and then Jakks made one for their "Classic Superstars" line about 15 years ago. Not super-rare but still a good one to have.

There's been a lot of Jake The Snake figures over the years, but this was the very first! I wish I could have found one with his snake Damien, but that's pretty tough nowadays without spending a fortune. I'll just have to buy a generic rubber snake or something for him to hold.

The Hogan was rather expensive, as he was one of the late-series figures from when LJN was getting out of the toy business, so it was produced in smaller numbers than most. There's a variant with yellow gear and a red shirt that's also pretty tough to find, although whether it's more or less rare than this one depends on who you ask. It was rather odd to see a Hogan figure with this outfit come out as late as 1988 (and a 1989 re-release), since he'd stopped wearing anything besides red and yellow after 1986 for the most part and absolutely no later than early-1987. But it's altogether an improvement over the original Hogan figure LJN released, with a better pose and face sculpt.

My wife got me Bruno and Jake for Christmas, while Hogan was a gift for myself. They all need some paint touch-ups but altogether not too bad.

More stuff is coming in the mail, should have more updates next week.
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Got another mail drop today. Some more Original San Francisco Toymakers WCW figures!

Here we have Lex Luger and Rey Mysterio Jr.:


Not too bad. Although Lex doesn't have any kneepads, a rather egregious oversight. At least his arms can be positioned to get a guy in the Torture Rack. The Mysterio is possibly the best figure in this particular line, given the amount of detail on the costume and mask compared to the generic-ness of almost everyone else. They also went to the trouble of giving him a different action feature - a kick! - compared to everyone else's punch/clothesline/Generic Arm Attack. Also, the very first of what would come to be very, very many Rey Mysterio figures, in America at least; there may have been one produced earlier in Mexico before 1998, I honestly don't know. These could all be factors towards why Rey is one of the most expensive figures in this line by far. Lex wasn't too bad by comparison; I only WISH that I'd paid the prices on those Kay-Bee stickers for these. If I had a time machine I'd go back to 1999 and buy two of each guy in the line for three bucks each. What a dumbass I was. But as I've said in the past, I wasn't exactly in love with these figures. I still don't think they're great by any stretch, but it's a small line with a lot of history, so better late than never I guess.

I'm just waiting on the Macho Man figure (might be here Wednesday), the Scott Steiner (still in Texas), and the Sting (hasn't shipped yet), and I'll have this entire particular 1998 set of OSFTM WCW figures. Not counting the "Wolfpac" repaints of Sting and Savage, which I don't especially care about (especially at the prices they go for). Not a big variant guy in the first place and wasn't a fan of either guy in the Wolfpac, so if I come across them at a reasonable price that's one thing but I'm not in any hurry to get them.

Speaking of Macho Man, here's the Series 3 version from the original OSFTM line, circa 1996 or so.

As you can see, it's the exact same mold as the one I posted the other day, with a different paint job. That was actually their third Savage figure using that mold, while this one was their second. The first, which I don't have yet, had the Yellow and Black sections swapped, giving the figure a "brighter" look. I think I prefer this one the most, but I like that one a lot too. I plan to get it soon, but it's a bit expensive so I'm gonna wait a bit. I know I literally just said "not a big variant guy", but I do make exceptions for certain characters.

THIS series, the '95-'98 line, I'm still missing about 15 characters and a couple select variants, but they're not super hard to come by and most of them are rather reasonable, except for a few. Guys like the Nasty Boys and Harlem Heat, and Ric Flair, they repainted and repackaged several times. And they did a bunch of Hogan/Sting two-packs with Sting in a bunch of different colors. And all those variants are pretty cool looking but they also get rather pricey so I don't especially care about them, I'm fine with just having the one "basic" look for each guy and if I ever find the variants for cheap that's fine but I'd call my collection "complete" without them.

Still looking for:
- The Nasty Boys (black outfits)
- Harlem Heat (black outfits)
- The Blue Bloods
- "Crow" Sting and "Wolfpac" Sting two-pack
- Kevin Sullivan (black trunks)
- Johnny B. Badd (black & silver trunks)
- Macho Man (first version, red/yellow/black)
- Alex Wright
- Big Bubba Rogers
- Sgt. Craig Pittman
- Lex Luger
- "Taskmaster" Kevin Sullivan (red trunks)
- Stevie Ray (blue outfit)

After that I'd say I was pretty much done with that series. They did a few different-colored Nasty Boys and Harlem Heat, but I don't need those. As it is I only care about getting the blue Stevie Ray because I ended up with a blue Booker T at some point and one without the other is unsettling. I already have the white trunks Johnny B. Badd, but the black and silver one is better-looking (albeit more rare and expensive). I don't care about Wolfpac Sting, but the two-pack was the only way to get the "Crow" Sting in this series so I'll have to bite the bullet on that.

Except for Savage and Lex Luger, all of the single-packed figures in that set are pretty easy to get. The nightmare is gonna be the Blue Bloods; unlike the other tag teams they were never released in either a single-pack or variant set, and were hard to come by even when the line was fresh, so I've most often seen it go for $150-200. My buddies at the flea market have a set of them right now, but it's autographed and therefore even MORE expensive (and I'm buying these to open anyway). Everybody else goes for about $20-40, mostly, so that's not too bad.

I always get all fuzzy inside when I get close to completing a series. It's so rare that I actually get to; most toy lines are so friggin' huge, after all. So even though these are far from my favorite line of wrestling figures I'm really happy that I'm almost "done" with them.
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Old 01-12-2021, 04:15 PM   #2260
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Today's mail: Jimmy Hart from the Original San Francisco Toymakers WCW line!



Another one of the better likenesses in this series. The next wave had a variant with the red and yellow colors swapped, but that one is more expensive and rare, so if it turns up it turns up. I'm fine with this one for now.

Supposed to meet up with a buddy tomorrow who might have a couple more of these figures for sale.
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