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Discussion in 'Japan Toys' started by hellopike, Mar 31, 2007.

  1. hellopike

    hellopike S7 Royalty

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    Hey all, i'm new here. I don't have much in the way of Vinyl Kaiju, but I figured I'd post a pic of my last two purchases, which incidentally are my first two major forays into Kaiju.

    Crazy Thunder Stonehenge Version and the Super7 Doku-Rocks, along with some of my smaller stuff:

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    bigger version here
    http://hellopike.com/kaiju.jpg

    Thanks for looking. Hopefully you'll be hearing from me more.

    Phil
     
  2. augustwest

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    uh oh. :shock: say goodbye to your $$...

    and welcome to the board. Nice start...
     
  3. redhanded

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    Yeah, enjoy being broke!

    True, good choices for the start, I got a gold/brown crazy thunder, he is a sharp one!
     
  4. hellopike

    hellopike S7 Royalty

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    Thanks for the warm welcome. And trust me, I already know all about the magical ability vinyl has that can make dollars into thin air... =) I've been collecting toys for years now (Transformers and Star Wars mainly), and designer toys for about a year and a half- Kaiju is something new entirely though. You know, you start at vinyl pulse looking at the news, you start clicking, you end up on Super7, then you google some Japanese toymaker's name and you see something you gotta have and it begins... =)

    I think on my long list of things I'd like to get eventually is a Heater robot, a Skullwing, One of the Exoheads by Skull Toy, and the Max Toy CCP King Gidorah... I just need to sneak it without my GF knowing how much it cost. =)


    I'll keep you all informed on how I do.

    Phil
     
  5. Dean

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    You're off to a great start and clearly have a good sense for this. I'm pretty much a newb here too and have found this board to be an incredible resource ... the vets are very helpful and every trade or sale I've engaged in here has been fair and happy. Welcome!

    Dean
     
  6. hellopike

    hellopike S7 Royalty

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    Thanks Dean, what sortof stuff do you mainly collect? pics?


    Phil
     
  7. bansheebot

    bansheebot Super Deformed

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    I just ordered the WHF (shown above) as well as WCC versions of Crazy Thunder. I absolutely love the sculpts and colors and can't wait until they actually arrive.

    I really want the Super Festival 40 Halloween version.

    I would die to see some clear vinyl used at some point for this guy too.
     
  8. Dean

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    Well my collection is quite humble compared to the veterans, but not bad for just a few months' work. At the moment I'm as focussed as I can be on acquiring Blobpus figures, but they are very hard to come by ... the competition is fierce.

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    I don't want to overdo the pics as I'm waiting for a few more pieces before really posting images ... and should really be doing that in the proper forum ... but there's a few of my blobs. :)

    I'm also very fond of the Skull Toys minis ... pretty much any minis ... Hedorahs, Gargamel stuff, Dream Rocket figures ... etc. I'm not yet into some of the "hot" companies and items that most people here are into, but I'm finding it increasingly difficult to resist Real x Head.

    Sorry for the late response ... I hope you're enjoying RFSO!
     
  9. liquidsky

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    Mmmm Chinese Blob...
     

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