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On the Walls…

– A piece of Zachary Baldus art that accompanied a story I wrote for the Official Smallville Magazine titled “Toy.” We couldn’t use the Toyman so we did our own version.

– A Batman movie poster signed by Adam West who also told me, when asked if he had any advice for a young actor, “Brandon, get out of the business.”

– An Independent Publisher Book Award and a PubWest Award for my book, The Dark Knight Manual.

– An original Alex Toth Black Manta model sheet from the Superfriends which is one of my most prized possessions as well as a piece by a guy on Tumblr who goes by DocGold13. Huge Black Manta fan here.

– A Cliff Chiang Teen Titans/Breakfast Club that’s the only thing I was able to salvage from a very long, very drunken night at NYCC years ago.

– A Superman print by JJ Harrison who did the art for a story I wrote for the Regular Show comic book called “Hot Tub.” He’s a great artist and an awesome guy.

– The Joker was a gift created by Travis Kramer using foam.

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If you’d like to see your collection featured here on Robot 6, here’s what you need to do:

1. Take some photos and save them as jpgs.
2. Write up a little something about your collection.
3. Send them to me in an email. Please put the text into an email and attach the images as separate files; don’t embed them into a Word doc. Uploading them to Dropbox or a similar service also works.

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18 Comments

WOW. Just WOW.

Chillisaucesalad

May 3, 2014 at 1:34 pm

Amazing stuff, really amazing.

I hate this collection and have a serious dislike for you sir! Only because you posted this and made me insanely JEALOUS!!! Wow!!

nice collection espically love the black manta art sheet from the old super friends cartoon when they were dealing with the legion of doom.

No single issues or boxes?!! Nice collection though. Nicely organized.

Where did the Teen Titans/Breakfast Club poster come from?

I keep thinking I’ll upload my collection but then get so dismayed at such a colossal haul! Fantastic selection though!

Is that a custom Dex starr mini fig??! AWESOME!

That Toth Black Manta illustration in just priceless. Wow. Thanks for sharing.

Jimmy Stuart

May 3, 2014 at 6:41 pm

Brandon, or anyone else, can you tell me what line that large Mr. Freeze head is from? And the little Hall of Doom figure in front of it? I collect all of the stylized figures for DC & Marvel too, and I -need- those two.

Sean Fewster

May 3, 2014 at 8:52 pm

Utterly beautiful. Precise and yet warm and friendly, inviting the eye in for a much closer look. Love it!

Lost of HC’s and TPB’s, impresive indeed. But too much superhero-centric for my taste. For me that’s like a candy store full of chocolate cake, and nothing more. Chocolate cake here, chocolate cake there. The further away from the DC/MARVEL nucleus seems to be some Vertigo or Icon -or similar- sparkles (which are owned by Marvel/DC).

May i recommend the owner to try some TEZUKA, try some MOEBIUS, try some JODOROWSKY, try some CRUMB, try some TRILLO, try some CLOWES, try some OTOMO, try some SATRAPI, try some LOISEL, try some DELISLE, something underground, something japanese or european, try something different. Specially if you are an adult, i’m sure you are gonna enjoy a lot of readings more according with your age and intellectual faculties than just tons of muscle guys in tights fighting each other.

My two cents… sorry.

Hey Guido:

Try not being a comic snob
Try shutting up and just appreciating
Try not looking down on other people

My two cents… sorry

Thanks for all the kind words everyone! The Teen Titans/Breakfast Club poster is by Cliff Chiang. Got it from him at NYCC a few years ago. Great guy.

I picked up that Teen Titans/Breakfast Club print from him at Heroes Con a cpl years ago. He offers a lot of 80s movie posters/Superhero theme mash up prints.

love it — I hope you used butterfly wall anchors or screwed the uprights into the studs
Your toy display looks like a dusting nightmare, but what an awesome mash up of action figure fun :)

Love how neat and organized your stuff looks. Great collection.

Don Cornholious

May 7, 2014 at 11:16 am

Hey Guido,

Try not commenting, as I don’t think the collector in question or anyone on here really cares about your “eclectic, I am so cool, look at me, I am not into superheroes” schtick. That is all and a good day to you.

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