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    Whatīs that big He-Man figure you got there? It looks amazing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tobbe_85
    Whatīs that big He-Man figure you got there? It looks amazing!
    Looks like a customized wrestler. And where's the big He-man display in this shot from?

    http://i37.photobucket.com/albums/e9...e/DSC01742.jpg

    Looks pretty neat.

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    Sadly, some of my things like the other PoG dinosaurs, variants, boxed/carded stuff and the accessoire sets are missing in those pics cause we're moving soon.

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    Sweet collection Sir Reilly!
    Do you think you could get close up pics of those model kits?

    And I just love how followermovie has his flying battle scene there!
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    Great Sir Reilly !

    Nice collection

    I made the same thing with my 2 castles GreySkull !!!

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    wow, the loose flying figs and accessoirs scenery is pure sweetness!
    great idea!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ook
    Looks like a customized wrestler.
    Yeah it's a custom of Tytus, from the POG line, that I did. If I can ever get that large Incredible Hulk figure, I'll make a Megator too.

    Sir Reily: I LOVE your set-up. If I had more space and a few more vehicles (I only have a couple, not shown in my pics), I'd like to have a huge battle scene like that. And that's a cool way to set up two Grayskulls.
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    Folks around here know the grumpy old dragon can never resist these threads:

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    Is that a custome Maleckta (spl?) ya have there scott metzger?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pig Boy
    Sweet collection Sir Reilly!
    Do you think you could get close up pics of those model kits?
    I once took some pics for my reviews of them, you can find them over there:
    http://www.planeteternia.de/cgi-bin/...ID=1;newID=561
    http://www.planeteternia.de/cgi-bin/...ID=1;newID=562
    http://www.planeteternia.de/cgi-bin/...ID=1;newID=563
    They ain't top-notch, but the best I could do with my crappy digicam. :-/

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    Master of Good Hair Eamon's Avatar
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    Those model kits are really cool Sir Reilly.I may have to keep an eye out for those. How big are they compared to the toy versions?

    They are kind of odd though. Why would mattel allow a release of model kits based on existing toys and base them on, what looks like, the original coceptual art for these vehicles?
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    They are around the same size as the original vehicles. The Monogram Talon Fighter ain't as bulky as the original one, but it's longer. The figures are supposed to fit into the vehicles. They fit perfectly into the Roton and quite well into the Attak Trak and Talon Fighter (if they don't wear bulky armor).

    I've written everything I found out about them into those reviews.
    It's been said that back then the model kit magazine "Model Maker" held a contest to retool existing MotU vehicles, and that Monogram donated the prices. The contest winner was a guy named Pete McLoughlain with that retooled Roton. At the same time, Monogram aquired the MotU licence for model kits and thus produced those three retooled vehicles.
    I can't tell whether or not this story is leggit, though. :-/

    I can highly recommend those Monogram model kits. Although they all have working actionfeatures, they can break easily during play. But for display purposes, they're awesome!
    The Roton is the easiest to get, the Attak Trak is the hardest (I paid € 50,- for mine). You can't tell which color version you have inside of the box, but both were produced evenly, so you always have a 50/50 chance to get the one you prefer. And the boxart is very nice, the vehicle pilots would make for some great custom material.
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    Thanks Sir Reilly!
    That sucks that the Attack Track is the hardest to get as that does look the coolest. It's really cool that the figures fit into them too.
    Bummer I can't read German though as I'm sure that article you wrote is quite interesting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pig Boy
    Is that a custome Maleckta (spl?) ya have there scott metzger?
    Yep, Malaktha was one of my favorite characters from the Filmation series, so I made one a few years back to go with the original figures.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Reilly
    The Roton is the easiest to get, the Attak Trak is the hardest (I paid € 50,- for mine). You can't tell which color version you have inside of the box, but both were produced evenly, so you always have a 50/50 chance to get the one you prefer. And the boxart is very nice, the vehicle pilots would make for some great custom material.
    Damn. And to think hat I trashed my monogram Attak trak, broke it and tossed it into the trash want I was 7 years old!

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    Those are some awesome collections, i'm still rebuilding mine.
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    Not as big as others...

    I took a bunch of pics of mine when i completed the figures. There are no vehicles in this pics, but a friend of mine took them with a pro camera in very interesting poses...Here it goes, enjoy!

    http://s44.photobucket.com/albums/f44/clampchamp/
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    That is simply a beautiful display you've got going there, Blanka! Your friend has a real eye for angles! I love the way you've categorised the characters into their affiliations too.

    ...wanna give them all to me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blankabrazil
    wow!
    these are amazing pictures! never thought 'static' figures could look so dynamic!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by discosupafly
    That is simply a beautiful display you've got going there, Blanka! Your friend has a real eye for angles! I love the way you've categorised the characters into their affiliations too.

    ...wanna give them all to me?
    Thanks!!

    About giving them...Hmmmmm...let me think...
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    alot great collections there!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blankabrazil
    I took a bunch of pics of mine when i completed the figures. There are no vehicles in this pics, but a friend of mine took them with a pro camera in very interesting poses...Here it goes, enjoy!

    http://s44.photobucket.com/albums/f44/clampchamp/
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    Great collection.

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    Heres my collection of MOTU figures and also some books and vids/dvds. Still need to do pics of my comics, vehicles and playsets.


    http://s61.photobucket.com/albums/h73/rodster6/
    Last edited by Rodster6; May 18, 2006 at 10:38am.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodster6
    Heres my collection of 80s MOTU figures and also some books and vids/dvds. Still need to do pics of my comics, vehicles and playsets and also my NA and 200X collections.


    http://s61.photobucket.com/albums/h73/rodster6/

    Am...how are we supposed to see that dude?
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