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PostPosted: Wed Oct 19, 2011 3:13:51 pm 
Why don't we just call ourselves C-Men and be done with it
Why don't we just call ourselves C-Men and be done with it
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Black Sabbath CDs (And all related - Ozzy - Iommi - GZR - Dio - Bill Ward) - Especially on a bootleg live kick now. Sometimes these are better than the "Official" live recordings - sometimes they sound like a tape recorder in someone's coat pocket. :lol:

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 21, 2011 12:57:48 pm 
Clinkin' bottles with Aram
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Favorite title: Rai (before the Future Force)
I collect LPs, new, old, common, and hard-to-find.
My collection is growing, and I've been an audiophile for quite some time with some really nice gems in the mix.
I used to collect coins, but mostly buy older coins for my dad. I bought him some Confederate currency last year.

I have a passion for AD&D, and all of the first/second edition books. I have quite the collection gathered.
I am also a big fan of old Noma christmas lights. Mazda lamps, GE C6, C7 bulbs, oil based bubble lights, etc.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 21, 2011 2:30:13 pm 
Dino, how about... Archer & Armsquirrel?
Dino, how about... Archer & Armsquirrel?
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Favorite title: Archer & Armstrong
Favorite writer: BWS
My newest obsession is Blu-rays. I even bought a region free player so i can order from anywhere in the world. I have bought 167 blu-rays in 2011 alone :o

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 21, 2011 4:23:04 pm 
I sell comics, I collect Valiant.
I sell comics, I collect Valiant.
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I collect LPs, new, old, common, and hard-to-find.
My collection is growing, and I've been an audiophile for quite some time with some really nice gems in the mix.
I used to collect coins, but mostly buy older coins for my dad. I bought him some Confederate currency last year.

I have a passion for AD&D, and all of the first/second edition books. I have quite the collection gathered.
I am also a big fan of old Noma christmas lights. Mazda lamps, GE C6, C7 bulbs, oil based bubble lights, etc.


I went through a vintage D&D collecting phase. I LOVED D&D as a kid and was part of an amazing game in college. We played every Sun. night for 13 months. My DM is a former (waaaaaaay back) board member and the sole reason I got into Valiant (which led me to all comics)....

FanstasyfootbaalBono.

Anyways, I really like just reading the vintage D&D stuff.

I had a pretty good collection going, but I've sold it all.


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 22, 2011 12:11:52 pm 
Clinkin' bottles with Aram
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Elveen wrote:
oldjello wrote:
I collect LPs, new, old, common, and hard-to-find.
My collection is growing, and I've been an audiophile for quite some time with some really nice gems in the mix.
I used to collect coins, but mostly buy older coins for my dad. I bought him some Confederate currency last year.

I have a passion for AD&D, and all of the first/second edition books. I have quite the collection gathered.
I am also a big fan of old Noma christmas lights. Mazda lamps, GE C6, C7 bulbs, oil based bubble lights, etc.


I went through a vintage D&D collecting phase. I LOVED D&D as a kid and was part of an amazing game in college. We played every Sun. night for 13 months. My DM is a former (waaaaaaay back) board member and the sole reason I got into Valiant (which led me to all comics)....

FanstasyfootbaalBono.

Anyways, I really like just reading the vintage D&D stuff.

I had a pretty good collection going, but I've sold it all.

Yup.
D&D reminds me of much better times.

I also collect hockey jerseys. I have around 50.

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 02, 2012 11:52:07 pm 
scratch 1 for the coog guys
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with blu rays attanible for 5 or so now i pick up about 20 a month for 10 months now half to keep and half to sell


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 03, 2012 9:38:31 am 
Dino, how about... Archer & Armsquirrel?
Dino, how about... Archer & Armsquirrel?
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superman-prime wrote:
with blu rays attanible for 5 or so now i pick up about 20 a month for 10 months now half to keep and half to sell



let me know what your selling :thumb:

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 03, 2012 10:36:48 pm 
scratch 1 for the coog guys
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check out a local blockbuster they have been doing 5 for 25 for a few weeks now


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 04, 2012 12:00:12 pm 
Dino, how about... Archer & Armsquirrel?
Dino, how about... Archer & Armsquirrel?
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check out a local blockbuster they have been doing 5 for 25 for a few weeks now

Yeah, Ive been going but some areas have titles that others don't

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 05, 2012 3:36:23 am 
Where are you now?
Where are you now?
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Favorite character: They killed her off!
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Favorite artist: Nord
oldjello wrote:
I collect LPs, new, old, common, and hard-to-find.
My collection is growing, and I've been an audiophile for quite some time with some really nice gems in the mix.
I used to collect coins, but mostly buy older coins for my dad. I bought him some Confederate currency last year.

I have a passion for AD&D, and all of the first/second edition books. I have quite the collection gathered.
I am also a big fan of old Noma christmas lights. Mazda lamps, GE C6, C7 bulbs, oil based bubble lights, etc.


I can't say I collect LP's but I have gotten back into records in the last year or so and have had a ball picking up thrift store and yard sale bargains.

My real passion, other than VALIANT comics, is Vintage audio equipment, especially gear from the "golden age" of audio, 1975-1985, although I no longer really have the time or the skill to get a piece of equipment on the bench to work on myself but I have a couple of "go to" tech's now if I find something I really want. What got me into records again was I had a Thorens td 147 Jubilee table restored (didn't need much and cosmetically was perfect) and I wanted to use it regularly.

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 05, 2012 1:09:10 pm 
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I collect toys... mainly GI Joes and random toy lines from the 80's :)

I also looooooooooooooooove books in general :) We're finally getting our bookshelves put up within the next few weeks! So excited - the books have been in boxes for over a year since we moved. They yearn to be free! :)

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 06, 2012 9:57:43 am 
I'm Chiclo. My strong Dongs paid off well.
I'm Chiclo.  My strong Dongs paid off well.
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Serpymatt wrote:
I collect toys... mainly GI Joes and random toy lines from the 80's :)


Do you collect Dino Riders?


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 06, 2012 10:55:31 am 
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I collect toys... mainly GI Joes and random toy lines from the 80's :)


Do you collect Dino Riders?


Not right now... currently, I'm picking up the occasional He-Man figure and there are a few lines that if I see and have the cash, I try to grab like Visionaries, Spiral Zone, and Inhumanoids :)

Eventually, I'd like to get back to MASK and COPS :)

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 06, 2012 8:07:33 pm 
scratch 1 for the coog guys
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80s had such a huge line up of cool toys


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 06, 2012 9:10:55 pm 
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80s had such a huge line up of cool toys


It was pretty awesome being a kid during the era of 30 minute toy commercials :)

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 06, 2012 9:30:31 pm 
scratch 1 for the coog guys
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yep i liked it alot as well


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 29, 2012 6:43:06 pm 
Wanna see an unpublished Shadowman page?
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I also collect Blu-ray movies but because of money issues have had to slow that WAY down..

I still have about 252 Blu-ray movies and 103 HD DVD movies in my collection right now.

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 29, 2012 6:57:27 pm 
I felt 'used car salesman' kind of dirty.
I felt 'used car salesman' kind of dirty.
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I also collect Blu-ray movies but because of money issues have had to slow that WAY down..

I still have about 252 Blu-ray movies and 103 HD DVD movies in my collection right now.

-Brian


Do you have separate players, or did you buy an all-in-one?

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 29, 2012 8:27:37 pm 
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ya my blu ray plays both but blu looks better


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 29, 2012 8:32:39 pm 
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betterthanezra wrote:
I also collect Blu-ray movies but because of money issues have had to slow that WAY down..

I still have about 252 Blu-ray movies and 103 HD DVD movies in my collection right now.

-Brian


Do you have separate players, or did you buy an all-in-one?


I have a LG BH-200 it plays all formats. Blu, HD DVD & DVD.

I also own two other HD DVD machines that are back-up units.

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 29, 2012 8:33:56 pm 
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superman-prime wrote:
ya my blu ray plays both but blu looks better


Come on Prime there is NO difference between HD DVD & Blu-ray in picture quality they are both 1080P.

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 29, 2012 8:36:30 pm 
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it might be the sony player lol for some reason blu looks a touch better but they have been improving and hd has been gone a while so it might be the newer ones just look better due to newer tech.


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 29, 2012 8:39:48 pm 
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it might be the sony player lol for some reason blu looks a touch better but they have been improving and hd has been gone a while so it might be the newer ones just look better due to newer tech.


Wait a minute SONY ??????? They Never made a unit that played both Blu-ray and HD DVD...

Panasonic made a Duel and LG made a duel machine that was it. The format war ended before anyone else would throw there hat into that fire.

The unit (machine) you are talking about plays regular DVD movies and Blu-rays NOT HD DVD the losing format (in the red cases).

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 29, 2012 8:42:35 pm 
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humm i only have like 2 so i might have tossed in the regular dvd
the only 2 i have are a harry potter (like goblet and transformers )
lol time to toss them out and replace then


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 09, 2012 8:05:55 am 
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In addition to comics, I also collect 1:6th Scale "Action Figures" from the companies "HOT TOYS" and some SIDESHOW'S"

here's some pics

Jason Voorhees from Sideshow's "Friday The 13th Part III"

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Freddy Kruger from "A nightmare on Elm Street Part I" by Sideshow

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Marcus Wright from Terminator Salvation By Hot Toys

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Darth Maul from Star Wars Ep. 1 TPM by Mattel? I can't remember

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T-800 from Terminator 2 by Sideshow

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My favorite piece, ROBOCOP by Hot Toys.

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Jason Voorhees from Friday The 13th Part VII: The New Blood by Sideshow.

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Jason Voorhees from Friday The 13th Part VII: The New Blood by McFarlane Toys

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Jason Voorhees from Friday The 13th Part VII: The New Blood by MEZCO

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T-700 from Terminator Salvation by Playmates

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Sarah Connor from Terminator 2 by Hot Toys

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T-800 from Terminator 2 by Hot Toys

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T-1000 from Terminator 2 by Hot Toys

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John Connor from Terminator Salvation by Hot Toys

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Figures in Movie Scenes and other randomness

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