Falldown's Collection

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  1. Falldown

    Falldown Well-Known Member

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    Decided to update this given I've rearranged my shelves quite a bit.

    Classics/Universe:

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    Waspinators (+ TMNT):

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    Mighty Muggs:

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  2. Magnus' Mate

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    Great collection! A little overcrowded on some shelves - but I can sympathise!
     
  3. Mini-Bot

    Mini-Bot Blackout Fan Girl

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    Awesome collection!
     
  4. Sage o' G-fruit

    Sage o' G-fruit Critics gonna critique

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    Awesome! Nice to finally see some pics! :D 

    I see some Who figures...;) 
     
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    Nice stuff!! I like the swords!
     
  6. Sharktibolt

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    Oh WOW, is it bad when the only thing I WANT from your collection is that walking carpet Muppet on the top of your Muppets shelf? :lol 

    Great collection, by the way. :thumb  But what the heck is the red Optimus Primal in the first pic? o_0
     
  7. juise

    juise TFW2005 Token Negro

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    WANT THOSE MUPPETS! Please enlighten me.
     
  8. frilly toothpick

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    nice collection of mighty muggs. the more i see these toys the more im tempted to start collecting them.
     
  9. Falldown

    Falldown Well-Known Member

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    Thanks all :D .

    Shelf space is an issue in most collections. With the new movie coming out soon, and with it new toys, I'm sure the movie shelf will have to be rearranged so I will be trying to reduce the clutter then.

    The one on the top is a replica of Connor MacLeod's sword from Highlander, on the bottom is a replica of The Bride's sword from Kill Bill.

    Bad? No. Just means everything else you might have wanted you're probably already got. The big Muppet is Sweetums, by the way.

    The Muppets were probably my first serious collection. They were made by Palisades before they went bust. A real shame too, because they'd released pictures of Seasame Street characters, Veternarian's Hospital versions of Rowlf, Piggy and Janice, and Muppet Babies 2 packs. You can still find them on eBay, although as you might expect they can be quite expensive.

    I'd suggest just picking up one or two characters you really like first and see what you think. Obviously I personally love them, but know of others who couldn't care less except for one or two. A single Darth Vader or Megatron on your desk is a neat novelty even if you decide not to get any more.
     
  10. Cyber-Scream

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    Nice collection man! Also nice Muggs there.
     
  11. Scythe

    Scythe Future Foundation

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    Cool, I love your black suited spider-man MM.
     
  12. DJ Soundwave

    DJ Soundwave Action Figure Master

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    Does any of you collection ever Falldown ? LOL J/K nice set up .... especially your mighty muggs.
     
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    Dang that is a nice collection wow love the mighty muggs
     
  14. Z.U.D.O.N

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    Wow. Nice collection there, Falldown! It's great to see how your collection looks like. I have to say it's overcrowded on some shelves, but it's ok. I do the same xD

    Nice Shinki selections and oh-my-gosh so many Mighty Muggs there! Not bad! I so digg the Black Spider-Man and Ghost Rider MM. :D 

    Again, very nice collection. :thumb  :thumb 

    PS: Awesome swords :p 
     
  15. Falldown

    Falldown Well-Known Member

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    :p . And yes parts of my collection do. My Kermit's especially. Long skinny legs and a round body make him top heavy. Nothing worse than bumping a shelf and getting hit in the head with a Muppet frog :lol .

    Cheers. The shelves the Muggs are on were made with them in mind. Height based off Galactus (tallest Mugg to date) and depth to neatly fit them in 2 rows. So they're probably the best off at the moment.

    Thanks. I've rearranged my Transformers a bit to make things less crowded in places, but some shelves are still quite busy.

    I do love the Mighty Muggs, especially the Marvel ones. Of the Marvel Muggs released I think I'm short only the Peter Parker exclusive from ComiCon last year. I had wondered if you'd seen the black Spidey Mugg given your fondness for the balck Spidey Transformer.

    PS: Cheers :D 

    I don't at the moment, but I can take some when I get a chance tomorrow. The figures I have come from box sets based of the episodes Utopia and Voyage of the Damned.

    Thanks. Black Spidey is a very nice Mugg. Simple paint job but it works well.
     
  16. Falldown

    Falldown Well-Known Member

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    Clearer pictures of the Doctor Who toys added to the first post.
     
  17. Z.U.D.O.N

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    Haha. I saw the Black Spidey Muggs. It's awesome! :D 
     
  18. Sage o' G-fruit

    Sage o' G-fruit Critics gonna critique

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    Yay! Doctor Who toys! :D 
     

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