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  1. "There was probably some kind of message behind that, but I mostly enjoyed seeing that I've had Turtles and Joes my entire life!" said collector after being visited by 3 Christmas Spirits the night before. ToyFarce investigated... "It was a very weird night, but I made the most of it!" said Charles, a collector from London. "During the night, 3 ghosts visited me, one from the past, one from the present and one from the future. I think they were trying to tell me something, but everytime we went to another era, I was too busy checking out all the toys that were there!" "In the past, I saw all the Ninja Turtles and G.I.Joe figures from my childhood, the vehicles, the playsets, everything! It was so great! Then, in the present, I saw my current collection, which includes a lot of those things from my childhood, with all the modern stuff as well. My display looked so good! And in the future, I still had all those, plus a lot of newer stuff that I couldn't recognize, because they haven't come out yet. It was glorious! I'd definitely do it again!" The message might have been lost, but at least, the collector did have an amazing Christmas night, reminiscing about his old toys, cherishing his current ones and looking forward to the future ones. More news at 11:00... Merry Christmas, and happy holidays! *ToyFarce News is parody news for laughs and not meant to be taken seriously!
  2. A Christmas Scalper! This year, a well known scalper was visited by three spirits of Christmas and realized that maybe, scalping is not a very christmassy thing to do. He then decided to lower his prices by 5 whole dollars! ToyFarce investigated. "It was a very frightening night!" recalls the scalper. "First, the ghost of an old partner of mine visited me. He used to go on toy hunts with me, to grab all the stocks of all the most coveted figures and exclusives, so that we could sell them at toy shows and conventions for twice, sometimes three times the price. He told me I would be visited by 3 ghosts later on... I assumed it was just my imagination, or a piece of undigested leftover Taco Bell I had eaten earlier." "The first spirit was from the past. It showed me how I used to steal my friends' toys, and then try to sell them back to them for double the amount. Ah, the youth! I was really a trouble maker..." he said, fondly. "Then, the second spirit was from the present, and showed me my current inventory. Boy, do I have a lot of things to sell! Those recent sales from Ross and Ollies have really killed my momentum. I was selling figures a lot faster a few months ago!" "The last one was from the future, and he showed me my storage space, which was still full of toys, some from the future, which is actually nice since I already know what to look for when they come out! But he also showed me my tombstone, which means that I had a lot of stocks left before I passed away. They would probably empty my storage and give away all the toys for free to some charity! You hear that? For FREE!" "The morale of the story is that, in order to sell all my inventory, I probably need to lower my prices a little, to be nice. I will now start a sale, with $5 off all my items!" More news at 11:00... I don't think that was the message... Bah, humbug! Happy holidays to all! *ToyFarce News is parody news for laughs and not meant to be taken seriously!
  3. "Jingle All The Way" is a fun Chrismas movie in which the Terminator tries to buy a toy for Anakin Skywalker. In the movie, there is a lot of emphasis on the action figure of Turbo Man, which has been sold out everywhere for weeks (and Arnold had not pre-ordered one on time!), but they seem to completely ignore the other figures in the line, such as Booster. A completist collector (aka someone who wants to own every single item from a set) is now looking for a figure of Booster, Turbo Man's sidekick... "In the movie, they make fun of Schwarzenegger's character for trying to grab the hot item, Turbo Man, over Booster, which they have plenty of", said the completist. "They seem to say that Booster is the peg warmer/shelf warmer of the wave, even though we can clearly see shelves full of Dementor behind them in the store! Booster is a fun character with a lot of depth, a great story, and I've ended up preferring Booster over Turbo Man, just like some people prefer Nightwing/Robin to Batman. "Booster was shelf-warming a lot back then, but now he's really hard to find. Some say they buried all the Booster and Dementor figures somewhere in a desert, next to the Atari E.T. cartridges or Funko Pops..." Sidenote: Do you also have your eyes glued to the background during the toy store scenes in the movie? They have old Toy Biz (Ghost Rider, Fantastic Four, X-Men) and Spawn figures! More news at 11:00... #JusticeForBooster *ToyFarce News is parody news for laughs and not meant to be taken seriously!
  4. Life hack! Turn your collection into totally acceptable Christmas decorations with this one simple trick! No need to hide your action figure collection during the holiday season any more, all you need is a bunch of Christmas hats, and voilà, everybody is in holiday mood, whether it's a superhero or a horror figure! "I was helping to decorate the house, and then it dawned on me that I didn't have to hide all my figures this year!" said a merry collector from Wisconsin. "All I needed was a few hundred tiny Santa hats, and we are now sure to get lots of compliments (or at least comments) from our relatives when they come visit during the holiday!" 1:12 Santa hats can be easily found online (Etsy for example), Hobby store or various arts and craft supplies stores, any superstore (if you feel like salvaging other Christmas decorations for parts), or Fresh Monkey Fiction has a pack of Santa Hats from their Naughty or Nice line available on BigBadToyStore (and their Santas have removable hats too!) More news at 11:00... I'd pay good money to see Spawn or a Mythic Legions troll say "Ho ho ho"!
  5. It's a Christmas miracle! A toy collector from California decided to make his own advent calendar this year, by buying a peg board and putting 24 action figures on it. A genius idea, brought to you by ToyFarce! These days, there are tons of different options for advent calendars, like chocolates, teas, coffees, beers, liquor, you name it. "I didn't want to have a tiny chocolate every morning for the whole month" said Josh, the toy collector with the genius idea. "So I went to the hardware store, got a nice peg board with 24 pegs, and I made my own!" Every morning until Christmas, Josh will discover with a child-like wonder a new action figure that he can open, play with and add to his collection. "I just had to ship my pile-of-loot, and there was enough to fill a whole advent calendar! I will open one figure every day until Christmas, and then open more figures on Christmas day! This is the best month ever!" More news at 11:00... It's officially December, we're in the Christmas endgame now! *ToyFarce News is parody news for laughs and not meant to be taken seriously!
  6. Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday, everyone! This Christmas, ToyFarce has prepared something special from all of us, to all of you: The Toy Collector Christmas Album! Check out the commercial here! More news at 11:00... Ho! Yo! Joe! *ToyFarce News is parody news for laughs and not meant to be taken seriously!
  7. It's December 24th, and we would like to wish all toy collectors and toy lovers worldwide happy holidays and merry Christmas! During that time, it's not uncommon to see presents under the Christmas tree, a tradition that we personally do not get (if Santa Claus is supposed to deliver the presents on Christmas Eve, how do you justify having presents sitting under the tree the whole month of december?). One thing, though, is that thanks to our very trained eye, we can help you recognize if a present is going to be a toy or not! On that picture, you can see different shapes and sizes of presents. The ones that are the easiest to decipher are the figures on cards, or blister pack, since they have that unmistakable shape with the flat cardboard on the back and the bubble in the front. Even if it's will packed, you can still possibly see the shape. A mid-size rectangular box could imply that you are getting an action figure that comes in a box, like the McFarlane Toys DC Multiverse line, Hasbro's GI Joe Classified or Star Wars Black Series, Mattel's Masters of the Universe Revelation or a NECA figure! A box that is more square than rectangular could very well be either a lego set, an import figure (MAFEX or SH Figuarts) or even a Mezco one! If the box is rather small and rectangular, on the other hand, it might be that a loved one's present will be a Funko Pop... Sorry. What toys were on your list for this Christmas? Let us know in the comments! More news at 11:00... Ho ho ho! *ToyFarce News is parody news for laughs and not meant to be taken seriously!
  8. A festive shot as we approach Christmas! Figures used - Medicom Toys Mafex Bruce Wayne - Mattel DC Mulitverse Alfred - NECA Street dio Merry Christmas everyone!
  9. https://jediinsider.com/8-20141 Yakface.com has posted an image (via the Astromech Alliance group on Facebook) of the Droid Factory 2018 Astromech, R4-H18
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