/ 8 years ago
This is for you Julian,Medicom Devilman Statue. I love Go Nagi he always created such extreme characters. From Cutey Honey to Violence Jack they were all pretty crazy. The animes themselves were not that great but you could at least enjoy them. I always liked all the various figures that were made for each anime. Devilman I have to say was my favorite. There were so many different versions created as well as all the other characters and demons. The only fault I can find with this figure is that it does not have wings. That would have been a nice touch.musashimiyamoto05 is selling this preowned Medicom statue that still comes with the original packaging. Starting bid seems reasonable for a Medicom Statue.
/ 8 years ago
Its almost Halloween and what better way to celebrate than with Freddy Kruger. I think its awesome that pop culture allows us to celebrate a chard child murderer by creating action figures, posters,costumes,and clothing in his likeness. Freddy has definitely been one the most famous horror movie icons of all time. The recent resurrection of the movie franchise by Michael Bay was not up to par by my standards. Hopefully they will do a sequel and get it right.
funhobby2 is selling the Original talking Doll from Matchbox. That’s the people who make little cars. This doll was released back in the late 80’s. I have one of these along with the replica that was sold at Spencers. Low starting bid go for it.
groglenn has this piece of fine late 90’s craftsmanship by McFarlane Toys. The attention to detail at the time for the Movie Maniacs figures was incredible. Before NECA released their version this was the one everyone wanted. It has motion sensing sound effects. These are long gone from store shelves and the current bid on this is quite low.
kristieinaz has the small version of the Movie Maniacs Freddy at more reasonable starting price. If you can’t afford the one above this may be the way to go. There were two version of these released. One had blood splatter and the other didn’t. Toy stores like Toys R Us did not want to carry the ones with blood.
snakeyip why do you have to tease me with this? I have always wanted to MEDICOM Freddy. It was released in the 90’s, and just like everything MEDICOM does its perfect. They always find a way to make a minimal looking figure so detailed and appealing.
/ 8 years ago
I am a huge Lupin fan and I have to say this seller is awesome.slientsniper is selling off his entire Lupin collection. This particular figure comes from The Castle of Cagliostro movie which was directed by Hayao Miyazaki. I only have one of these figures from the this set. I got it 10 years ago from my uncle who went to Japan. At that point the figure was already 10 years old so you can imagine these are hard to find. Each figure is made by Medicom and is 1/6 in scale, about 12″. If you can win each of these at the starting bid I’d say you got a great deal. If you haven’t already checked out the movie I suggest you do.
/ 9 years ago
Be@rbrick is a collectible toy designed and produced by the Japanese company MediCom Toy Incorporated. The name is derived from the fact that the figure is a cartoon-style representation of a bear, and that it is a variation of MediCom’s Kubrick design. The at sign in the place of the letter a is a visual device that is a part of the Be@rbrick brand, and as such, a trademark of MediCom Toy.
The figure is an anthropomorphized bear with an extremely simplified form and a pot belly. Each plastic figure features nine parts (widely referred to as tools in the toy industry): head, torso, hips, arms, hands, and legs; These nine tools allow eight points of articulation: swivel head, swivel waist, ball joint arms, swivel wrists, and ball joint legs.
The standard size is seven centimeters high, and these figures are referred to as 100% Be@rbricks. Other Be@rbricks are named for their size relative to the standard: 50% are four centimeters high, 70% are five centimeters high, 400% are 28 centimeters high, and 1000% are 70 centimeters high. A 200% size chogokin be@rbrick has also been produced standing 14 centimeters tall.
This is a Suicidal Tendencies ‘bandana’ Bearbrick. Thats awesome!
/ 9 years ago
I’m a HUGE fan of Doyle and actually have a small collection of Doyle memorabilia. Nothng super expensive like old Misfits stuff, but a few cool things.
I do have the original US Doyle action figure made by 21st Century Toys in 1999. The detail on the guitar is amazing. The clothes are pretty damn good and the head is pretty good, but even with all that this action figure kind of falls flat. I think its probably because Doyle doesnt wear a shirt so you see to much plastic. It is a pretty awesome toy all around though and it can usually be picked up pretty cheap now.
I do not have this Japanese Doyle action figure made by Medicom in 2002. I hope to get it eventually, but I think when I do it will open the floodgates and I will want all of the Medicom Misfits figures (Jerry Only, Crimson Ghost & all 3 versions of Glen Danzig) This one is a little more expensive, but Medicom makes quality action figures even when they are less detailed & more cartoony like this one.
/ 9 years ago
I love the Beatles. I’m a big fan. Some people joke about celebrating a bands whole catalog. For the Beatles, this is a true statement for me. Not a joke. I think the only song I can’t hang with is The One After 909. Oooofff, it just gets under my skin.
First up is the Be@rbrick Beatles Apple 100% and 400%. Honestly, the 100% are cute, but the 400% just seem unnecessary. I mean, you might as well go for the 1000%. Just step your game up.
Now we’re talking.
1000% George, John, Paul and Ringo. These dudes could definitely stand around in my living room all day. Holy shit, what a conversation piece they’d be. I’m sure my dog would bark at them though. Too bad.
These dudes were released by Medicom and Silly Thing in late 2008 / Early 2009. Their costumes and cuts are all based on the “Can’t Buy Me Love” song. Great Kubricks to have around the house, no doubt.
Each dude is 2’3″. That’s huge. Get into it. I know you have that kind of pocket change.