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  1. Happy new year to the entire forum. I hope 2024 will be much better for all of us than previous years. I will share the new objects I added to my collection very soon.
  2. Some new pieces added to the collection and changes I made to some shelves. To mention a few parts: I was missing a joker in the Figz series and I realized that I had not completed it for a long time. The set of 4 is now complete. I mentioned before that there are no tin toys in my collection. The hobby of toy collecting, which I started in the 90s, was replaced by toy collecting culture and museum mentality in 2009-2010. For this reason, I add the pieces I choose and want to the collection in every field. I finally added the first original piece to the tin toy section, an area where I was late. A tin police vehicle made in China from the 1970s. I can say that its condition is really good. There are a few scratches, but luckily there is no yellowing. Another toy that I think is one of the important and interesting pieces for my collection is Kilpikonna. An old, unbranded Ninja Turtles toy. Made by South Korea. I think it is a series produced for Finland. Tweety and Pound were added to the collection for the Space Jam series. I also bought a hotwheels toy box and put some toys in it that I didn't have room to display. Thank you.
  3. I have many figures in front of me that need to be repaired and accessorized.However, I have no place to display these figures. I think I'll fix the Tony figure from the NFL series first. Then I will move on to the Nascar series.
  4. I definitely thought the same thing when I first saw the figures. The other day I bought a 2009 Tony Romo figure with a missing base and missing helmet. I'm repairing it. The really old figures definitely look better.
  5. Apart from the Bugs Bunny series and Harley Quinn, there were no characters that interested me much. I couldn't get used to Sylvester's pure white eyes.
  6. You are right. The GI Joe series also has a significant popularity and may have surpassed Action Man. It's not really my area of interest and I have a few figures from the Gi Joe series in my collection. However, I know there are very serious Gi Joe collectors.
  7. Thank you very much. The Actionman series, produced in the 90s, was actually a popular series. He even released some versions in very large boxes and sometimes included 2 figures. had many accessories. In some series of Action Man, joint movements were quite limited. I think this has reduced the interest a little bit. action man also had many rivals. I think the 90s were the golden age of quality figures. Batman, Mask, Power Rangers and TMNT appeared with very nice figures at that time. They were not as big as Action Man, but I think it was a great advantage that their prices were cheaper and they all had cartoons on TV. Action man has of course experimented with it on TV or in game for console. However, in my opinion, the 90s were the last era for Action Man. I never liked the Action Man series that came out in the 2000s. What do you think about 90's Action Man? I am wondering.
  8. I generally buy white LED strips and use them by cutting and soldering them in the sizes I want. I implemented an idea I had thought about before for strip LEDs. I bought the thinnest plastic cable tray and placed these LEDs inside. In this way, the light illuminates the figures very well and does not bother my eyes. This is my light method.
  9. There are a few more photos but for some reason I can't add them. I have been able to add these many photos for now.
  10. Hello everyone again after a long time. Those who follow the subject will know, I mentioned before. I did a big cleaning and new additions in my collection room. I did various studies to come up with new ideas and to display more figures in my room. To summarize in general: A deep cleaning was done for all figures and collection objects in the room one by one. Hard-to-clean parts were cleaned with fine brushes and dust was removed. The shelf with the cars was canceled and turned into a shelf with mostly old figures. (shelf above TV) I covered the design of the wall, on which Hitman paintings are hung, with tumbled wood decor. I think it looks nice. I made serious space on the shelves for many figures and tried to display them as much as I could so that I could see them. Many new toys were added to the collection in about 2 months. Those who already follow the subject will notice some of them. To name a few of them; Just now has a battle cat. Also, Angella has been added to the collection. There will be those who remember the game Alone in the dark. The game may not be very good, but the figure looks good. Putface from the Robocop series has taken its place in the collection. I would like to give brief information about the little bees you see on the shelves and a few figures behind them. Bees belong to the 1980's from the bee yeast series and are toys that come out of bubble gum. A few of the other figures are toys that came out of Linde Coffee packages between 1950 and 1970. In fact, when I talked to the founder of a museum about toys, he gave me information about many of these toys. Really old and fun toys. Many figures and objects that I could not add photos of, or even forgot about, were added to the collection. I will share them all in the future. The cleaning process has exhausted me and I don't think I will ever have time to rest. I haven't been able to take a vacation. I would like to thank everyone who gave me ideas, information and support with their comments. Have fun watching. (I keep adding photos.)
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