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Shelf Porn Saturday

Hello and welcome to Shelf Porn Saturday, where fans share their collections with us. Today’s adamantium-laced submission come from Eric Jaskolka, who shares a Juggernaut-sized collection of X-Men toys and merchandise. Seriously, it’s gotta be seen to be believed.

If you’d like to see your collection here, it’s easy — just send a brief write-up on your collection and some pictures to jkparkin@yahoo.com.

And now here’s Eric …

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My name is Eric Jaskolka and I have been collecting comics since 1989 and then started collecting X-Men toys in 1991. As you can see I have a HUGE X-Men collection, unfortunately I don’t have enough room to display everything (I have variant figures, multi-packs, trading cards, posters, etc. packed away), but I think the pics are a great representation. I also have thousands of X-Men comics.

Items range from licensed, boot leg, prototypes, unreleased prototypes, items from many different countries. Categories include toys, food, food premiums, jewelry, sporting goods, costumes, statues.

I have been featured on local news stations and wrote an article for Tomart several years ago.

Enjoy the pics and let me know what you think.

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92 Comments

While I personally wouldn’t collect stuff like backpacks or food items, this collection is awesome.

Great googily moogily.

I dunno…stacks of mechandise laying on the floor transforms this from a collection to a hoard. But that’s probably why I just stick with books.

HominahominahominahominahominaHOLY COW!!!!! How can you afford all this??????????

I always wondered how Marvel stayed financially afloat.

Now I know. :)

Lots of merchandise . . . but where are the X-Men comic books?!?!

Good Lord! (Gasp)

Everyone – Thanks for all the great comments.

DirtyEarsBill – at first I only collected action figures and toys, then about 1994 I started collecting all things X-Men, including food products, it’s crazy!!

Manglr – as you can see space is limited. the room is only 10×24 and I’ve pretty much maxed out. I don’t like placing items on the floor, but until the kids are gone and I can claim the rest of the basement, this is my space to work with.

Acer – I’ve been collecting for 20 years, so it takes a while to get all this stuff. I buy what I can afford, I have my limits. As you can see I don’t have a lot of the large statues, I can’t afford the high end stuff, but once in a while I get lucky and find a deal!

JohnG – not only Marvel, but ToyBiz, Hasbro, MGA, Maisto, etc, etc

thew40 – the comics are in the closet on the right side of the room. I could show a picture of 40+ comic book boxes, but I think the pics of the room are cooler.

I’m happy to answer any questions or show close ups of any of the shelves. Not everything is shown, I realized I forgot some pics.

Surprised he doesn’t have a bunch of bookcases filled with every X-men related book ever.

Scud – all my novels, comics, etc are packed away, not enough room to display all the novels, maybe some day…

Wow. Amazing stuff. I’m a collector too, but nowhere near this level.

Do you have things that you’re still looking for? Any “holy grail” of your collection that you still haven’t found? And what’s your favorite of all the stuff?

Also, I’m curious….in the pic with the minimates and heroclix, what are the figures just above the heroclix? That Archangel figure to the left looks really cool, but it doesn’t look familiar.

OMG Maximum x-men, hehe. This is greatest self porn ever. How the wolverine stuff is arrange, i bet he your favorite x-men. That display with wolverine’s claws is so awesome.

wow man. thats a very impressive collection! you got stuff in there I had when I was a kid that I had completely forgot existed until now. keep it up man, you cant stop now! you should put a sign on the door saying “Danger Room”.

omg talk about a true x-men fan for some of that stuff never new was out mostly all the x-men food stuff plus love the replicas of wolverines claws and cyclops visor. cool collection eric.

Neal – thanks for the compliment. the Archangel is a pvc, this was a line from around 1991. As far as still looking for, I still need the marvel legends psylocke variant. As far as favorite, probably the unproduced wolverine figure that is in pic 7 from Hornby – this is also shown in an article I wrote for tomart about 4 yrs ago.

What do u collect?

Wow…

Wow very nice. At first I thought I was looking at a store.

Awesome X-Men vault

Now that’s dedication.

Seek help

Just when I think my room may deserve a shot at Shelf Porn, a room like this pops on. Sheeesh. As for the $ and time it would take to amass such a collection, I don’t know what to say but I do have one question…How do you keep your kids out of the room???

Also, in the last photo, the ‘severed and melting’ Nightcrawler face is creepy….

As for the comics, I would love to see more of people’s actual comic collection and prized comic books, I mean this is COMIC BOOK RESOURCES afterall, not ACTION FIGURE TIMES.

Wow. This is messed up.

you should try to start a wolverine museum in your house

Wow….just….wow. How do you dust all of that? I love obsessive collections like yours. Totally cool.

@Cap Canuck – Shelf Porn is what people send CBR. If more people sent them photos of their comic colleciton, they’d feature that more often.

Neal – something else I’m looking for are the 3 ToysRUs exclusive Giant Size X-Men heroclix (1 of each). none of the ToysRUs in my are are participating stores.

Thanks again for all the continued compliments and posts. I do have a second shelf of minimates, Kubricks from Japan and Marvel Beanz that I forgot to send in.

BR – my kids think I should charge admission to the room!

tom – i have seeked help, unfortunately it’s incurable. LOL

CapCanuck – my kids are allowed in, they are very respectful. they actually like to show their friends when they come over. That Nightcrawler is a mask. I need to get a styrofoam head to place it on. I also have a Sabretooth mask and several more Wolverine masks, but I don’t have enough room to display them properly so they are on the shelf. I pulled out the Nightcrawler mask for the pics.
I can surely send in pics of my 40+ comic books, they are all in boxes, but I guess I could pull out some key issues.

anthony r – with all the Wolverine stuff that is made, one could have just a Wolverine store!

jen4280 – i don’t dust, that is why i have white shelves. in my previous house I had black shelves and it was a pain to dust and if I every moved things around like figures, their foot outline would remain. I actually don’t have a lot of dust in my room and i also run a dehumidfier June – October.

@ jen4280
I am aware of how it works and I did not mean that as a “negative” thing, just a joking thing as that I personally would love to see people show more of their actual comic book collection off.

@ Eric – I am sure they love the room! Is that their drawings hanging in the first pic? If so, a nice touch! I figured that was a mask, but perhaps it was the real Nightcrawler and a teleportation mishap…While all this stuff is awesome, comic books are what started all this, so that is why I like to see books and maybe the story behind their acquisition, but that is probably just me.

Next to that one other guy’s Spider-Man collection that was featured here awhile back, this is probably tied for biggest collection…

If the kids need a lunch box, back pack or pajamas, do you ever grab something from the room?

@CapCanuck – yes that is a couple of pictures one of my son’s drew fro me. I agree comics started it all, since I don’t have them displayed, didn’t think of sending in pictures. As far as the story, some of my friends were collecting, I needed some escapism and started reading all comics. My former sunday school teacher owned the local comic store and in 1991 indicated I would enjoy X-Men (which I hadn’t started reading yet). I started with Uncanny 268, then with the X-Tinction Agenda started with New Mutants and X-Factor. I started selling off back issues of other comics (death of superman, knightfall, Valiant comics) and purchased back issues of uncanny. Then I started buying back issues of New Mutants, Wolverin, X-Factor, etc to complete those series.
As far as the collection I have uncanny 7, 16, 21 – present (exception – between 30-93 i am missing about a dozen issues). I have all variant comics except for two – Uncanny 500 Turner sketch and the current Wolverine series #1 Wolverine dressed as Deadpool.

@Eric – no if they need a lunchbox or whatever, they don’t go down to the room, nice thought tho. I have purchased some x-men items for them as they become interested. My daughter is into all superheroes, but mostly the female ones. My first son likes Spider-man, my youngest son is into all superheroes.

Sorry I helped get you into all this…

At this point, however, I would give most of the credit to your wife for allowing you to continue your hobby!

The room looks great – it’s expanded since the last time I’d seen it!

@Brian – yes you did start it – I believe it was the Mike Grell Green Arrow you showed me. Yea my wife puts up with a lot from me. Thanks for the compliment on the room.

Wow, that is an incredible collection!

this is wild. but i am so happy to see that someone else has that wolverine “jet” thingy with the pop out claws from some fastfood restaurant back in the 90s, i have it sitting on my shelf next to other random fastfood giveaways. speaking of, i need to send in my pictures.

Oh man, I didn’t even know about those Giant Size X-Men Heroclix….just looked them up, and the nearest TRU from me that carries them is 100 miles away. Dang. Now I might have to make a drive.

Do you have some old 90s games in there too? I remember having X-Men Alert and a card game called “Deck the Mutants” – both pretty bad, if I remember correctly.

@pDUB I believe that wolverine jet was from McDonald’s. Definitely send in your pics.

@Neal – call toysrus b4 u go. I have been in contact with corporate, they said they’re discontinued. They were able to find me an apocalypse but need to work with the store to get it to me. I had to buy the sentinels on eBay.
I do have those games, never played them. I didn’t take pics of that side of the big pile of boxes that have the puzzles. I even have the X-men kids scooter set that include the pads. Probably can’t see it, bit its next to the 4 boxed fans in that section.

You’re certainly a dedicated collector.

What Stan/Jack, Roy/Neal, Len/Dave, and Chris/John have unleashed is a thing of fury.

If I had the ability to get a boner….I would have a giant one right now. Will you marry me?

BTW, if you ever have time to kill….(around preparing for our wedding, of course :P)…. I keep a “record” of Gambit related goods on my site…I collect like you do, but I have NO WHERE near what you have (I wish I did!)…if you ever wanted to work together to see what I was missing and maybe help me fill in the pieces with pics and info I would be forever grateful! I cannot get over the great stuff in that room! I don’t know which would make my head explode faster, your collection or a room full of kittens!

This is amazing! You should take a picture of your Emma Frost items and send it to aimee@emmafrostfiles.com, so I can add it to the Emma Frost collection post!

@Courtney – well i think I can spare some time from our wedding plans. Just to clarify, who’s wearing the Rogue costume and who’s wearing the Gambit costume down the aisle? LOL
I would be happy to help u with your collection, drop me a line at ejaskolka@hotmail.com and let me know what u have.

@Aimee – I will take some time and do that for u. Do u know about the sdcc Emma frost clear kotobukiya statue this yr? It is available for pre order on action figure express. I ordered mine a few wks ago.

OMG, that collection is awesome! Where did you get that shield with the claws on the front door? As a fellow X addict, it’s crazy to look at the photos and see a ton of stuff I either own or owned at some point in time (I thought I saw some Xmen pogs in there, so its nice to know that there was 1 other person in the world that owned those lol). Great collection man, hopefully you can take over the rest of the basement soon!

@Knight – thanks man!! I do have all the X-Men pogs, I have many more in my card binders. Including the Target, hi-c, skull caps. I have to wait a few more years to take over the basement, although I do have my X-men evolution pinball machine outside the room.

@knight – I got that claw shield from Collectible Concepts after the first movie

Very cool collection!!

Any idea where can I get those staggered shelves (the ones that look like stairs) for the figures? Are they custom made?

Otis Del Mundo

July 2, 2011 at 4:54 pm

truly pornographic.

How do you enjoy that?

@Rich – thanks. Those are expandable spice racks. Walmart carried them yrs ago, but u can find them by doing a Google shopping search. Although my wife just the single of those at Walmart for under $5.

I just got some really cool X-Men First Class movie promo stuff from the UK. Backpack, stationary set, silicone watch, battle disks, spiral notebook, mousepad, hat, and tshirt.

Also got a X-men last stand promo item from Japan. It’s a weird cylinder thing, I suppose it could be attached to a backpack.

This is inspiring good sir. WOW. I mean, WoW! I like it.

Amazing collection of Statues and busts…are you planning on tracking down the Varint Blue costume Dazzler bust..i saw the Disco version next to Long Shot but didn’t notice her in Blue anywhere.

@Eric – Thanks for the reply, I’m gonna look into it now. Keep up the collecting!!

He’s obviously a closet DC fan.

:P

You donating any of the triplicates to charity? The Nick xmen charity fund needs your help ;)

Love to see someone so passionate about their collection. Kudos on all the work you have put into this. My own meager collection is a hodgepodge of comics and related items. For any who need them I believe I saw some of the larger size HeroClix figures at the Toys R US in Tupelo, MS. I know I saw the Sentinel. Good luck on continuing your collection.

You.Are.A.Huge.Nerd.

And I’m jealous!

There is no doubt that it can be argued that The X-men are the biggest/most important pop culture/story of ALL_TIME. In all of human history, there is nothing like The X-men.

Outstanding collection! Although, it does make me glad I collect Daredevil, because there is so much less of it to go after. I had my stuff on Shelf Porn a good while back, and my collection really pales in comparison.

This went from “Hey, that’s a pretty cool collection” to “this person is psychotic” in about 3 images.

Unbelievable amount of swag and level of display!
I don’t know whether to be awed or use this as a sign that maybe I’m also headed down a dark path….

I guess this is a good place to discuss the type of mania involved in such collections like yours… and mine.

I’ve got what could definitely be considered to be one of the top (top 2…?) collections of DOCTOR STRANGE (and assorted mystic characters), and MAN-THING swag in the world.
I’ve got darn near EVERYTHING he’s/they’ve ever appeared in, on or about.
Comics, books, toys, statues, promo stuff… everything.
But nowhere near what you’ve got going on here.

Sure, I’ve got a LOT of stuff, collected over a 30-year period from when I really got started collecting in 1980, but it took a long time to accumulate, as there was always just a little bit of merchandise being released each year.
But, now, there’s just too much coming out from too many sources. It’s becoming maddening.
Marvel reproducing EVERY damn story in TPB and HC formats each month is not helping.

How someone can keep up a level of a collection like yours? – I mean… X-MEN!!! That’s like trying to collect every grain of sand from every beach in the world… a truly brobdingnagian endeavor!
But, I know, and understand, it’s a labor of love.

Like Darediva, above, I was glad to be a collector of a “minor” character – because there wasn’t a HUGE amount of stuff constantly being cranked out by the merchandising departments of every company on earth.
I remember speaking with the president of Heroes World (an old collector’s mecca, distribution chain – you’ve seen there ads in old 1970′s – 1990′s comics) and he asked what I collected (as he might have some old items I might be interested in).
When I told him that I collected “anything Dr. Strange” he almost laughed, and said; “Why? Why not collect something worthwhile, like Spider-Man?” My answer was that there was just waaaay too much of that kind of stuff and I’d always be frustrated and broke by attempting that type of endeavor.
Plus, Doc (and Man-Thing) was my favorite character.

I DO need to send in my shelf porn pics, but each time i come close to finishing my “Sanctum” I get derailed by life. Being downsized from my nice-paying career position 2 years ago has been a blow from which it’s almost impossible to recover.
This economy is making it hard to continue – or feel justified in any way trying to do so.

Sideshow collectibles released a Man-Thing comiquette a year or so ago.
I would LOVE to have got that – but it was priced at $500 retail. Now the 2ndary market has added another few hundred.
It’s insane.

But seeing your collection makes me look and realize just how much I do love my insane hobby.
And… just what levels of insanity to which it can lead.
Delightful insanity, Indeed… but in this “new world” … I just don’t know how I’ll continue.
Sadly, it’s something I love.

I know I’ll be selling off everything that I have that isn’t Doc/Manny related.
I’ve got an insane collection of comics, tpb’s, toys and swag from the silver age to now… I just have to get organized to sell it all.

Ah well… do what you love (just try not to let it kill you).
So, I say; “Nice job, to a fellow lunatic!”
LOL

~P~

smalltropolis

July 3, 2011 at 8:45 am

what the…?! where are the books? the comic books? great collection, dude!

smalltropolis

July 3, 2011 at 8:49 am

I’ve forgotten something: how often you brush dust? ;)

What is that rectangular item sitting on the floor in the 12th picture from the bottom? The one with the picture of the whole x-men team, and it has a blue border?

I ask because I have an aluminum food tray (you put your plate on it when you don’t have a table) that has the exact same picture. I believe it is drawn by Joe Madureira and I’ve had it ever since I was very young.

Cheers on the collection, it brought back a lot of memories. I think that black and yellow jacket with wolverine on the back is my favorite bit.

@bcwflash – i do have that Dazzler bust, , it is behind the disco Dazzler

@batfan86 – i do have a small Batman collection. Batman is my next favorite after X-Men. I probably have about 20 batman figs. I only collect ones in his original blue, gray or black costumes.

@Nick – i’ll keep ya in mind!!

@Trey – I admit, I’m a nerd. Growing up, I wanted to be Alex P Keaton from Family Ties.

@Darediva – yea, not a lot of Daredevel individual items, but he is grouped on lots of items with Spidy, Cap, and Hulk.

@holycrap – i get that alot!!

@Sanctum Sanctorum Comix- it’s nice to hear their are collectors out there collecting what they like, Dr. Strange and Man Thing. I don’t think I’ve heard of anyone collecting those. It would be great to see your pics. It is hard in today’s economy to collect it all, unfortunately I cannot. I do have my limits and all the statues and dioramas that are high priced get missed. I do get lucky once in a while and find deals. I have saved up to get a few. I would have loved to get the Colossus/Cyclops light up sentinel when it came out. I almost did, but passed, now it is 4x the price. It’s crazy. Keep collecting and I look forward to seeing your pics. Thanks for the compliments.

@smalltropolis – comics are all in boxes, kinda boring, but you are not the only one who has asked. I did miss sending in some pics, so I will take some pics of my “comic vault” and send those in with the other missed pics. As far as dusting, i honestly don’t that’s why I have white shelves. My room does not collect much dust and I have a dehumidifier running to keep moisture out, especially in the summer months.

@OnionKnight – that is rug. My friend had found it in Walmart for me at that time, I think 1994. I never saw one in the store. That image is also on the tray, which I have. the tray is kind of taupe in color. That jacket is a promo item from Fox Kids. It fits and once in a while I’ll wear it for a few minutes.

Thank you to all for the continued compliments.

Good to hear you have actual comics around. I’m old school. Thousands of comics, but only one Wolverine bust that a grateful seller from Atomic Ave. sent me at X-mas. I attended the San Diego Com. Con. in the 70′s when the biggest draw was Neal Adams, not cosplay and Hollywood Studios. Different time, I know, so I can’t really disrespect others comicphilia.

Great Scott! As long as you enjoy walking into your room than there is NOTHING anyone else can say to diminesh your pride. Its fun to see all this stuff. I was drawn to your 70′s 7-11 Slurpee cups. Good for you! I enjoyed looking at these and I know that means you 10 times enjoyed collecting it.

I am SO amazed at your collection. Your room(s) look like a store. I was thinking that if you really want to share your collection or share your passion, you could make a child’s day by giving away some of those toys. I am not be sarcastic or mean-hearted. I love Marvel and the X-Men just like any other comicbook collector. What I see here is a great donation to maybe a Boys and Girls Club, charity group that works with children or even a homeless shelter. Just think how much happiness you can bring to that child/children. Some food for thought, if your collection was destroyed by a disaster (ie fire, flood, etc) who would really get to see it again? It also would be a great “excuse” to clean-up and get pieces you really want. :) BTW I am loving some of your pieces.

@Spike – thanks I appreciate the thought.

@Annie Hall – it seems u assume I do not make donations? We do donate toys for orgs like toys for tots, age appropriate new and current toys. I do get your point tho. Keep in mind most of my collection is old and may not appeal to a kid when things like pokemon, khung zhu, lego, harry potter, Batman, spiderman, etc are more current. And the only things missing from my collection are the high end statues; while it would be great to have those, personally I’ve always liked to buy the cheap stuff and have a large variety of items. I think that makes my collection unique and more awesome.

I apologize if I seemed to assume – so glad to hear that you give back :) I totally feel you on your point, some kids might not be dazzled at this collection, I guess my inner kid is. To me this would be my personal toy store. I might even charge a fee for entry. What I liked most were the plushies and action sized X-men. It made me want to play in Rogue’s and Storm’s hair all day :) Thanx for sharing with all of us. You got our inner children green with envy.

@Annie Hall – My kids like to show their friends, one of their comments is usually “this is a huge toy store!” My daughter has stated that I do need to charge admission, although she still lets her friends in at no charge… I’ll have to work on that. I have different favorites for different reasons. I like my “miniature” section (Beanz, Heroclix, Hand of Heroes, MiniMates, Kubricks, PVC’s, lead figs); I like the foreign and bootleg section because of the uniqueness; the top shelf of my X-Men dioramas because it goes from (left to right) 1st appearance X-Men, giant size, phoenix saga, Jim Lee.
I appreciate your comments and compliments. Although sometimes I do have to ask myself when will I grow!!??

I think I want to play at your house.

I’d like to make some critical comments about being obsessive, but (Eric) you have been very gracious in your responses. I guess you enjoy all of this stuff, and (in some ways) there is no harm in that.

If you put half the energy into being a good husband and parent that you do into this extreme collection, then I guess all is good.

I do suggest for most people that you might find alternate ways to spend your money and to select items of a more worthwhile nature….

SIncerely wishing you all the best….

@Tony – my room is a “look don’t touch room”. LOL

@TonyJazz – thank you, I have attempted to b gracious, glad its coming thru. My wife says I am a good husband and father, I always put them first.
Please keep in mind this collection didn’t happen overnight, its been growing for 20 yrs. While it is large its small expenditures over time. Just like other collectors you start with one item then as your interest increases, one day u realize either u r obsessive or must amassed a large amount of items.
I do my share of donations to worthy causes, whether its my religious org or the numerous 5k’s my son and I run that help causes like cancer, organ donation, local police, etc.
But I do understand what r stating. I appreciate your thoughts.

wow that is incredible. i would love to see someone who had all the spidey stuff. wait you have a wife and comics you are a lucky dude

@warren – thanks. when I met my wife 17 yrs ago, it was a package deal, me, the X-Men and the dog. sadly the dog has passed on. My wife is very supportive, looks for stuff when she is out shopping.

HEY GREAT NEWS!!!

This Saturday, more pictures of my collection will be posted. I had missed some shots when I sent them in initially, plus pictures of the comic collection will be added. It may be a new article, not added on to this one, so stay tuned!!!

Again, I truly appreciate the comments, thoughts, and dialogue with all of you, thank you – Eric

OMG. Eric.. I stand in complete and utter awe. I thought my X-Men room (my “danger room” as I call it) was expansive but you sir have me beat., You have things I have never before seen for sale and a lot of things I have not had the money to buy. Although I do have an X-Men sleeve tattoo, if something ever happens to me I will bequeath my arm to you for your collection.

looks like heaven

@Greg – do you have pics to share of your room? I’d like to see it, i’m sure you’ll have some items i may not have. Well, I hope you will be alright for quite a long time, you need to enjoy life and the sleeve tattoo!!

@Anju – it’s heaven, but if something falls down, i’ve got a domino effect, then it’s not so nice and pleasant. Believe me it happens every couple months, some toy decides to attack another.

OMG!!! OMG!!! Is it even real!!!! I’m soo jealous!! :P

wow!!!

ur the father of wolverine collectors!!!!!!

i’am also a wolverine collector

Awesome!

@Jean Grey – it is very real!!!

@ryan torres – yea there are so many wolverine items, it’s crazy, probably too much. Did you post pics of your collection?

Hey by any chance could you help a fellow collector identify a few items? on picture 155 there is a brown costume wolverine with a big head little body next to another wolverine and magneto. Also in the same pic there is a small psylocke figure ive never seen.
In picture 161 there is a Iceman figure next to cyclops at the top back left side. Do you have a name for that particular figure?

oh yea btw. Your collection is absolutely amazing. Very inspiring. Thanks for posting.

@Sean – absolutely – The Psylocke is a keychain, part of the same series as the Wolverine and the Magneto. They are japanese. The Wolverine one is quite often on ebay, the others are not on there as much. I can’t remmeber the brand.
The Iceman, Wolverine and Cyclops are all cup holders. They stand on a base and each one of the figs on one of their arms has a lip to hold the cup. I did purchase these MOC and the cups were not included. I think it’s supposed to hold a standard kids plastic cup.

Thanks for the compliments!!

in picture 11 i saw some x-men evolution stuff what are they and where did you get them also i love x-men evolution do you no like what are the merchandise from x-men evolution other than the action figures?

@Josh – r u referring to the video game bags and cases? The top shelf has about 4 different Gameboy video game bags. Each bag has about 4 – 5 different characters. The shelf below has 6 different Gameboy Advance game console faces ( u can only see 2)
Some of my other pics show a few shelves with figures, puzzles, and koozies.

in the same picture 11,top left corner what are those x-men evolution things…..and also what other x-men evolution stuff do you have :D ?

I have a ton of action figures -x man and more in the original boxs. I live in redwood city. Do not have cash to be sending things out yet because I just started need money for medcal bills and more I need to know where to sell at a good price. I am deaf so this is my only way to get answers. I don’t have the amount u do but I do have a lot. Well untill I get a answer we shall see or I shall sell or look for a buyer thank u for your time. Also I do nont owen a computor just a small side kick. Thank u susan owens

Hey what is that cardback’d storm in this picture
http://robot6.comicbookresources.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/X-Men-Room-June-2011-154.jpg?

This would have been my dream as a kid, I get nostalgia everytime I see the old cardback ToyBiz stuff.

Sue- without pictures, I could not determine if there are items I would be interested in. If you are looking to sell, there are several online auction sites, eBay seems to be the largest.

Steve – that Storm, along with the other X-Team figures are bootlegs from China. They are exact duplicates of the Toybiz 5″ figures, but in about a 8″ scale. On the bottom shelf, the X-Team has 3 dolls (wolverine, gambit, cyclops) that are about 10″ tall and are soft vinyl. Those have more of a bootleg look.

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