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Iron Man Arc Reactor Signed Stan Lee

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Dynamic Forces Galactus Bust
Bowen Silver Surfer bust

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Hugh Jackman Signed Wolverine Pic
Bowen Wolverine Gold 25th Anniversary bust Signed by Herb Trimpe
Dynamic Forces Origin bust
Wolverine Claws Letter Opener

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Dynamic Forces Rick Grimes bust
Dynamic Forces Daryl Dixon bust
Walking Dead 1 art Signed Kirkman and Moore

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Gentle Giant Darth Vader damaged bust Signed by David Prowse
George Lucas Photo Signed by Lucas

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Legends in 3D Boba Fett Bust Signed Jeremy Bullock

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Tardis and Sonic Screwdriver

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V for Vendetta Mask Signed by David Lloyd

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Superman Cape Signed by Brandon Routh

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Boondock Saints #1 comic Signed by Norman Reedus and Sean Patrick Flannery
Celtic Cross and Box Signed by Norman Reedus and Sean Patrick Flannery

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Micro Machines Millennium Falcon
Snake Eyes sword Signed by Ray Park

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Snake Eyes Sword Signed by Ray Park

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Army of Darkness 1 Signed by Bruce Campbell
Dynamic Forces Ash bust Signed on Chainsaw by Bruce Campbell

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One-Eyed Willies Skeleton Key Signed by Sean Astin

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Photo of Stan Lee and me

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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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great looking collection; i don’t even want to know how much your home/tenant’s insurance is though…

cool collection espically having stan lee sign not one thing of yours but three things plus also the actor who played boba fett signature too. not to mention love the bust of the king of comics jack kirby

So many signatures! How incredibly awesome! Though I don’t envy your having to lug statues etc through conventions, it was clearly more than worth it – just fantastic. A brilliant, clean, focused and eye-popping collection, well done!

How did you get a George Lucas autograph?????.

fascinating- especially the Kirby bust. Neat.

Not to be a buzz kill, but I can’t imagine a comic collection based on overpriced sculptings taken from images from comics. I hope these sculptures bring a lot of joy to the poster. I would spend my own money differently.

Respect for the fans out there who give Kirby the props he deserves.

Thank you the kind words I love my collection and to answer a few questions
1. I don’t carry the whole statues in to get signatures, ie boba fett sideshow most of their figures come in pieces to be assembled.

2. George Lucas autograph was given to me by a friend did not meet him in person

3. And to answer def’s question I have many great comics put away graded and signed I do not have room for them now sorry.

Finally to updat this post these pics where taken a while ago and I have added a superman premium format sideshow statue and autographed tarsus

Again TY fist all the kind words and keep calm and collecting

Man! How did u get all those signatures? Did u carry all those Marvel pieces to Stan Lee and get them all signed at once? For that matter, where did u get that picture of Stan Lee?

Awesome collection!!

Yes I carried the bases to stan at different conventions with VIP badge you get a picture with him

Collection is awesome. The shelfs you use to display really highlight the pieces.
Two questions.
1. Where did you get them?
2. Do you store comics in them?

Love the Kirby piece!

Hi there the shelving is ikea lol and yes I store comics and fraded comics in the bottom

JOSHUA NELSON

June 21, 2014 at 9:26 am

Great collection. Curious about the photo and dog tag behind
the Doc Who. Bet that is worth more then all the expensive stuff
in that room.

Yes Joshua if it a prized photo Of My relative from WW2

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