Monday, April 28, 2008

Action Figure Collection: Out of Storage!

Hey guys! I just pulled my action figure collection out of storage, so I figured I would post the pictures before the cats knock them all down!

To the left, you can see my small collection of Green Arrow figures. The one in the center is from the Identity Crisis line, while the one on the right is from the DC: New Frontier set. The large one in the back and the smaller one on the left are two versions of the same Justice League Unlimited line. You can also see the prone form of the invisible Martian Manhunter in the background, although I can't remember which line he's from.

Over to the left, you can see my full collection of Justice League/Justice League Unlimited figures. Unforunately, that line is notorious for having trouble standing up, as you can see. Sinestro managed to topple over in the time it took me to stand back and take to picture! Also, just to the left of Shining Knight, you can see The Shade's Nightstick. I didn't notice that he'd fallen off the shelf until I'd taken the picture. I just got the hard-to-find Blue Devil, Vigilante, and The Shade earlier today!



This pic shows off my Marvel Legends series collection. This line is also tough the stand up, mostly because the shear number of articulation points means that they tend to splay all over the place! I don't have as many of these as I like, mostly because I got started on them late and I don't like the new manufacturer that's done the last few waves.






Here are more Marvel Legends, including the Legendary Riders wave and some stranglers that wouldn't fit on the shelf above.











Here we have my collection of the 10" figures from the JLU line (minus the Green Arrow, above) You can also see my little mini-battle between Aquaman and Black Manta from the Justice line. I also picked up Parasite and Solomon Grundy at the same sale and from the same line. One thing I noticed about the larger JLU figs is that the capes on Superman, Batman, and Martian Manhunter are molded plastic, but Aquaman's cape is cloth. Go figure!

The bottom shelf, which you can see the top of here, showcases the Build-a-Figures from the various lines of Marvel Legends I've collected.



Well, that's just me bring the proud action fig daddy. I'll go into more detail on the Green Arrow figs (since he is the actual subject of this blog) sometime later this week.

4 comments:

Bones said...

Good stuff, you have a nice collection there.

I came across your site while randomly searching for comic related blogs. I hope you don't mind, I added your link to my blog.

No worries if you'd like me to remove it, just let me know.

Adama said...

No problem at all, Bones! In fact, I'll return the favor!

rob! said...

nice collection! i can't get my JLU figs to stand up for more than five seconds before they all topple onto one another, domino-style!

glad to see the GA painting has a spot in the collection. :)

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