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  1. Would be easier to ID if you put numbers beside each part. Looks like allot of TMNT stuff though
  2. I picked one up last year loose and complete from a local dealer. Funny story, a guy on Kijjiji posted his entire collection for sale. When I went their he said a guy came just before me and bought allot of his vintage stuff including the playset and a complete Robotech collection. A few weeks later, the guy who bought it put the playset on Ebay but it never hit its reserve. I was able to contact him after the auction and make a deal on it. If i would have been a few hours earlier to the gus house who originally had it in his collection, I basically would have been able to knock a "0" off the price i paid. Still worth it for a super rare piece.
  3. Here's a link to my site with all the Fash Gordon toys that were produced http://www.action-figures.ca/flash_gordon.htm Vultan is the gem of the line.
  4. I have some spare Prince Caspian 2nd series figs for sale here: http://www.action-figures.ca/catalog/2000s-figures-chronicles-narnia-prince-caspian-c-305_312.html or will trade for the ones I need. LMK which you have.
  5. Also interested in any series 2 figures or any of the singles from the first series and the catapult. Check out my trade list at www.action-figures.ca/trade.htm or will buy. Drop me an email
  6. Looking to add to my small LOTR figure collection and interested in any loose figures. Prefer to buy in lots, so the more you have the better. Drop my an email with what you have and a price you have in mind (I don't check my PMs very often).
  7. You know, have been looking for a good one myself for years. If someone has a near or complete loose collection and has time to take individual pics of each figure laid out, I would set one up.
  8. After 8 months Toystalker finally made good on the toys he owed me.
  9. Yep, they need to ship them up here to Canada, like others have said. Haven't seen anything from the JLU line in the stores around here for a loooong time!
  10. Check out my website Action Figure Archive for vintage 70s & 80s toy goodness! Talk about em in the forums, research them in the guide or buy em in the store! Featuring information on pretty much any vintage figure line that you can imagine.
  11. 14. Super Gobots Defender launcher 16. Sectaurs Pinsor sword
  12. Nice score on the Hyve! Mine was over $200 and costed a ton of cash to ship, picked it up last winter.
  13. On my site I consider the vintage years of action figures to be from around the early 1990s and anything older. The cutoff to me would be the Star Wars POTF2 line as well as Spawn and Transformers Beast Wars, when figures started to get overly articulated. This would put lines like Bucky O'Hare, Toxic Crusaders, Biker Mice from Mars all under the vintage category (even though some of the years overlap, I think it is all about the style of the figure). Of course some lines do fall between the cracks like some of the Toybiz Marvel lines. I always thought of them all as modern figures unless of course it is the Marvel Superheroes or DC Superheroes first line of figures. Just my thoughts.
  14. I have a few of the dinos loose, but for some reason haven't run into them very much in my toy hunting travels. Really do like the Ice Age final wave though. These guys seem to go for a good penny these days, especially when complete.
  15. Yep, have a few of the mini sets MIB, it is defiantely one of the cooler "smaller" figure lines of the late 1980s along with MASK and Air Raiders.
  16. Sun-Man figures can really be a tough find these days, Sunman himself and the Pig villian guy popup on Ebay every now and again and go for around $75 each give or take. The other figures are allot harder to come by and would go for allot more. I know a number of collector's into this line so the competition can get pretty fierce. Good luck though.
  17. The Cylon is missing all his accessories so i would say a couple of bucks at best. A complete boxed one runs between $35-$50
  18. Actually the pics with the Krakens are of the same figure, just taken at 2 different times after moving things around. The NES case is an actual store display case, it plugs in and the Nintendo sign part lights up. Got it at a yard sale a few years back for $40. Elias, got the 2 glass cases at YSK for $150 each, they also have a smaller version there too (P.S. yep the Moose are down right now, but not yet out!). Thanks all!
  19. Great idea, I am for it...of course! In the meantime, check out my 70s & 80s action figure forum covering pretty much any vintage line you can think of! http://actionfiguresca.proboards43.com/
  20. I am holding a contest on my Website where you can win a vintage Star Wars POTF Anakin figure or a bunch of other prizes including a Super Powers Wonder Woman figure, Transformers 20th Anniversary Movie DVD and a 1980s cartoon DVD set. For contest details and to enter, visit The Action Figure Archive
  21. Thought I would post some pics of my toy collection. Most of my figures are stored in plastic drawer totes, I wish I had the room to put them all out on display. I have quite a few other lines like Crystar, Conan and other Remco figures, Rambo, Infaceables, Silverhawks, Sectaurs, Bionic Six, and many others. I have added quite a bit to this since these pics were taken last year. Enjoy.
  22. Cowboys of Moomesa was also a similar line. The pirate line could have been Pirates of the High Seas by Imperial.
  23. I was finally able to scan in most of the Sears Wishbooks I have and put up a section on my Website featuring the pages. I still have a few Canadian catalogs as well as a few from Eatons, JC Penny & Montgomery wards to add. Still on the lookout for the years I am missing for Sears, so keep checking back for new ones in the months to come. Check it out, lots of cool 80s toy pics! http://www.action-figures.ca/action_figure_catalogs.htm
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