Showing posts with label collectibles. Show all posts
Showing posts with label collectibles. Show all posts

Monday, 10 September 2012

Star Wars collection for sale!

A friend is selling his vintage Star Wars collection, which includes loose action figures, vehicles and playsets from the original trilogy!

Highlights include the Palitoy Death Star playset, which was only released in the UK and differs to the US edition, and boxed Slave I.

Any readers interested in making an offer for all (or parts of) this collection, please email for further details.

Thursday, 4 February 2010

Android mini collectibles series 01

Vinyl artist Andrew Bell has teamed up with Google to produce this cool collection of vinyl figures based on the Android mobile platform.

Despite my Apple allegiance, an Android would look great, in ceramic white, on my desktop.

For further information on stockists and availability visit here.

3 mobile should consider a mascot too! MiFi from 3 looks like WALL-E!

Monday, 12 May 2008

The Return of the King

Mattel's Masters of the Universe (MotU), one of the company's most successful multimedia franchises, is to return in the Fall!

Behold King Grayskull, who will be a SDCC Exclusive! King Grayskull is the inaugural MotU figure to feature super articulation and classic detail sculpting by the Four Horsemen. Grayskull comes in a brand new package, featuring lights and sounds, which transforms into a mini Castle Grayskull playset.

Castle Grayskull was once home to King Grayskull, an ancestor of Prince Adam. He appears in the Episode, "The Power of Grayskull", waging battle and ultimately defeating the Snakemen led by King Hiss. King Grayskull's triumph was shortlived and he dies defending his kingdom from Hordak. During his lifetime, King Grayskull ruled with wisdom and compassion.

With the emphasis on the collectors market, and The Four Horsemen in the sculpting saddle, the revitalised MotU line is sure to raise the bar on what constitutes the very pinnacle in mass produced collectibles! Read my childhood Masters of the Universe recollection!

If anyone at Mattel is reading this, please contact me to discuss the possibility of running a 'give-away' competition during the holiday season! Thank you in advance.