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  1. Superman and the Flash vs Metallo: The Giant of Metropolis
  2. Great cave JayC, I like that you have Namor and Aquaman guarding the fish tank. We don't have basements down south here either, wish we did. I guess we know when our collection gets oversized when we have to store some in plastic bens. I used to open or display every figure I got but now like you I have several that I haven't even opened yet. Thanks for sharing.
  3. Nice panels here Darc, never realized it but these ML Jackal figures fit right into the whole Power Ranger genre. Great idea.
  4. Great, this is one of the show's I've been waiting for the 2nd season. With the success of this show and The Boy's and all the blood, gore and mayhem maybe we aren't too far off from seeing a Kirkland live action Invincible some day. And some great Invincible action figure's would be appreciated very much too. Just hoping.
  5. Okay then, I wish I had or could get me a hologram like that. Thanks
  6. Nice one here Evil, I really like that hologram effect too. I studied it for a while and deduced that the hologram is actually behind Cobra Commander and you somehow quite expertly doctored up the front of it using effects and paint. Of course I could be wrong in which case it's back to the drawing board for me. Thanks
  7. You are right, but after dealing with DP everybody needs a drink.
  8. From what I can find this is most likely a reproduction like the paperwork say's, however it is authentic. Hassenfeld Bros inc are actually Hasbro toy company. Three brothers who started Hasbro toy's in the early 1960's. They introduced the first action figure commercially in the history of the world, which was the original GI JOE. The scar on the right cheek of the figure is actually a production flaw that they used as their trademark. Your figure looks to be in mint condition at a glance and that is probably the package it came in which makes me believe its an actual reproduction. Could not find the year of the original GI Joe astronaut release but yours was probably released in the late 80's to 1996. I saw one on ebay for 125.00 or best offer. Hope this helped some. I'm not a GI JOe collector and sure there are a lot of folk on here with more knowledge about the JOE's than me.
  9. Giancarlo Esposito is everywhere now days. He's a big boss on THE BOY's new season 2 also. Good for him. Glad to see Mandalorian returning.
  10. Yeah, I think I still have some of their old comics stashed away somewhere.
  11. It's a pass for me, anybody that would gun down a sick Gorilla just out of surgery is no friend of mine. And they can ditch the DOC part of the name. A real Doc would do no harm, especially to a poor confused citizen of Ape city. I'm reporting this to my cousin Gorilla Grodd. This is a Simian hate crime.
  12. Looks like an old 1960's GI JOE. Not familiar with the space suite version but it could be just some other costume they put on it. Dont know what the paper in the pack say's but that could give some answers. My mother in law found an old 1969 GI JOE and 1973 Lone Ranger a couple years ago. I put the Joe on a Star Trek costume and cleaned the Lone Ranger uniform up a bit. It didn't come with a hat. The figures were definitely authentic but no where near mint condition. I never tried to price or sell either of them though. If I find any info on your figure I will contact you.
  13. Right, now i can see the body was bigger than the one's I mentioned. Nice work.
  14. Nice shots Darc, looks like these Skel's had a bone to pick with Hellboy.
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