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My toy collection - Marvel


Dennis Reynolds

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I have a great affinity for action figures and have wanted to post my collection for a while but never fully did, might do it in increments but I'll start with Marvel since it's one of my best collections bebe1 

 

Avengers

 

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Cosmic

 

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Spider-Man and Symbiotes

 

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X-Men

 

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Thor

 

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Daredevil/Defenders/Marvel Knights

 

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Supernatural/Alpha Flight

 

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Iron Man

 

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Misc. (Fantastic Four, Black Panther, Ant-Man, X-Force)

 

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11 minutes ago, Wonho said:

Your collection is a marvel, Dennis ari5

How long did you collect these? It must be worth thousands of dollars kylie9

Some of them like The Thing and one Spider-Man figure I've had for literally twenty years bebe1 Pretty much since then, there's a lot of figures I have that I don't display at the moment, those are all in plastic drawers. Hobby definitely got amped up the more money I had bebe1 One of my favorite things about Marvel is that they'll do a thing called build-a-figures, which is they'll release an arm, leg, head, etc. with individual figures in a wave, enticing you to buy all of them and get another character out of it bebe1 

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24 minutes ago, Dennis Reynolds said:

Some of them like The Thing and one Spider-Man figure I've had for literally twenty years bebe1 Pretty much since then, there's a lot of figures I have that I don't display at the moment, those are all in plastic drawers. Hobby definitely got amped up the more money I had bebe1 One of my favorite things about Marvel is that they'll do a thing called build-a-figures, which is they'll release an arm, leg, head, etc. with individual figures in a wave, enticing you to buy all of them and get another character out of it bebe1 

OMG, you still have more figures? So you just need more bookshelves? kylie9 

That's actually really creative of them lol... must be fun to collect because you never know what characters you're going to make (or do you have an idea once you get a leg?)

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8 minutes ago, Wonho said:

OMG, you still have more figures? So you just need more bookshelves? kylie9 

That's actually really creative of them lol... must be fun to collect because you never know what characters you're going to make (or do you have an idea once you get a leg?)

I need more room in my house itself more than extra shelves bebe1 With that said though I could certainly get different shelves/wall-units that make better use of the space they take up but that's a different project. But yea, I'd say about two-thirds of my Marvel collection is on display. I don't necessarily want to display every single one I have anyway, I have like ten different Wolverines for example bebe1 

 

No, it's on the back of the box so you know from the beginning, like the picture below. If memory serves, all the ones I've built are Juggernaut, Absorbing Man, Sandman, Vulture, the Kree Sentry, Cull Obsidian, Titus, Mantis, Gladiator Hulk, Okoye, Monster Venom and Man-Thing bebe1 I also have the Giant-Man one but I ordered it complete on eBay, didn't collect the whole wave there myself bebe1 

 

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Ahh the POWER that this has juicy1 Love your collection king. Specially the Supernatural/Alpha Flight one, those are really well done!

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