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Quadruple your fun with four submissions in today’s Shelf Porn

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We’ve said before here on Shelf Porn that it isn’t the size of the collection that matters, only the passion of the person submitting it. Sometimes it’s also not about the number of pictures submitted, either. With that in mind, here are four collections I’ve received recently that had a lot to say in a few images.

First up is David Nunez, who tells us: “Here’s my shelf porn! About 700 trade paperbacks. 636 of them Marvel. The rest, Batman.”

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Next we have Alan Harding, who shows us his Spawn collection. “I need a new bookcase. The 4 binders on the right hand lower shelf hold signed Spawn comics (67 of em). The ones on the left have cards, pogs, prints, postcards, phone cards, stickers, patches and some random swag,” Harding said.

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Next up is Todd, who tells us: “Hi there, this is my display shelf featuring Stan Lee picture and autographed comics. The bottom shelf changes monthly, this month The Green Goblin is featured.”

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Last one by far is the best. That is a pretty sweet Star Wars collection and the first appearance of John Stewart on the shelf is just icing on the cake.

love the star wars collection including those goofy and mickey vaders mixed in. and also love all the green goblins in the first one.

Pog. That is all.

Where did you get those shelves that your comics are on?

Cool collections, but let me say… I will NEVER get the thing with keeping your figures in the box. Never. Why would you want a 3D tangible object, if cannot appreciate it from all sides and not touch it? I am a geek since over 20 years, but that will always seem stupid to me. It also looks weird on the shelf.
I am not a figure guy, more of a statue collector, but its still weird to me.

Great stuff, guys! Glad to see your Spawn stuff get featured, Alan!

One of these days I’ll get around to snapping some pics of my stuff and submitting.

I got the shelves from IKEA for the comics

Marius–I leave figures in the box, but I do take out statues and some items such as the Star Wars Unleashed figures. I feel those are meant to be displayed.

Hey!

You guys found the one guy who still buys SPAWN!

Great collection but I have to agree with Marius. I absolutely don’t understand keeping the toys in the packaging if you’re really a collector and not just a speculator. And if you’re speculating on action figures and collectibles at this point, you’re naive. Free the toys from the plastic prisons!
I also feel the same way about slabbing comics but that’s another rant. I just don’t understand how “collectors” derive enjoyment from items that they can’t handle, hold, manipulate, etc. Boxed toys and slabbed comics are no more valuable from a collecting standpoint (not speculating on re-selling for more down the road) than a high-quality digital image of the item, IMO.
Sorry for the negative vibe of this comment. I do love the collection and the presentation.

Ransak the Elders

November 18, 2013 at 9:43 am

Nice collections!

Seems everyone has their niche collection

:P Is the Spawn collector Calgarian? There is a lot of hometown fanboys.

nice collections, all round the goblin stuff and the star wars stuff was great.

would have loved to see the Spawn pogs cards etc, instead of reading about them.

I like the shelving. It gives off a comic shop wall vibe.

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