Discussion in 'Show Your Collection' started by Aldo, Jan 27, 2010.
Best photos of the resin Dogs out there.
@akum6n Thank you, Daniel!!! I honestly can’t even say I’ve seen these in anyone’s collection but my own, though I do know Scott has them. I’ve only ever seen stock photos, and they’re GREAT little sculpts! Just gotta find the resin Bees, too!
Please take photos of butanohana toys! Your photos are always amazing
@Mr. Humphreys Thank you, Grace! If I had Buta, or even access to Buta, I would! Goodness knows how long it’d take, though! There’s so many!!!
Silly as hell for not grabbin’ one of these sooner. Super bad ass.
I never knew the guts had a Skull Bee heart!!!
I was about to ask about the guts and then I saw the last photo - such a cool detail! And it looks like he may have a little wiener too
@Russblue11 Definitely a lil’ twig and berries set on ‘em! But I noticed that on the regular clear version a few years back!
Testing...old school is still the best
By our own residential toytooer, @MoonspellxRites. Couldn’t possibly be any happier with the experience and the final tattoos.
Two down. Two to go.
Three to go!
@Anti Social Andy Ah, shit! You’re right! I don’t know how I totally spaced the regular clear version, only thinkin’ about the black and orange! Ironically, before the green and blue, I owned the regular clear! Tattoo ink must be eatin’ my brain!
SO I just picked up this older DBM Skullbrain:
and I was wondering if anyone can help me decipher the official name of the release on the back of the header:
Not only can I not read the Japanese characters, but I'm at a loss for 8N27+BxB. Anyone?
If I’m not mistaken I think the characters say Kyoto. Not that I can read it, but I’m sure I saw that somewhere. No idea what the 8N27 means.
is the gun attached?
I think it means 'take me out of this bag'.
@trueadrn Negatory, my good sir. The ray gun is a stand-alone omake!
@Biff I remember getting this one still bagged and headered off of Mandarake. I was so excited when I got it in hand that I accidentally tore a good chunk of the header on a stapled corner.
I recently came into the Employee Brain and have finally concluded a near six year hunt to complete the Secreters. I realize six years is peanuts compared to some veterans, but I do recognize the benefit of my timing. That being said, here is my visual contribution to the Secreters, chipped paint from shelf wear, dust and all!
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