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fr0sty Public Profile - Updated by fr0sty   
Friday, July 20, 2018

Current Projects: Mcfarlane dragons, upgrading the sideshow sculptures. I have a lot of figures and other stuff I'd trade to other collectors for stuff.
Favorite Series: Mcfarlane Dragons and Spawn
Collection Size: about 1500 pieces.
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Avanna_scream Public Profile - Updated by Avanna_scream   
Friday, July 20, 2018

eBay User Name: Jinx_littlrot
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Seven of Nine Character Profile - Updated by DAMartin   
Friday, July 20, 2018

A Borg drone designated Seven of Nine was stranded on Voyager after the crew survived an encounter with the Collective. Seven of Nine was confined to her regenerative alcove the Borg had built in the cargo bay. After Seven of Nine's connection to the Borg was severed, her human immune system began to reassert itself with a vengeance. The Emergency Medical Hologram (EMH) determined that the only way to save Seven of Nine's life was to remove the Borg implants. Commander Chakotay researched Voyager's data banks and found that Seven of Nine was once Annika Hansen, the young daughter of unconventional parents who fancied themselves explorers. Twenty years ago, they aimed their small ship for the Delta Quadrant and were never heard from again. Apparently, Annika and her parents were the first humans to be assimilated by the Borg. Although Seven of Nine refused to have her implants removed, Captain Kathryn Janeway authorized the EMH to perform the surgery rather than let her die. Seven of Nine faces a difficult future, learning to assimilate herself into a human collective and to let go of her Borg past....[See More]
Tom Paris Character Profile - Updated by DAMartin   
Friday, July 20, 2018

Flight controller of the Voyager....[See More]
Kes Character Profile - Updated by DAMartin   
Friday, July 20, 2018

An Ocampa who served as field medic of the Voyager...[See More]
Rigellian Character Profile - Updated by DAMartin   
Friday, July 20, 2018

Despite a race named "Rigellians" existing in Star Trek, the packaging of this Saurian crewman seems to imply he is named "Rigellian".
A lizard person, very able, excellent space officers. Learned to communicate in Earth tongue, have complicated vocal language of own. Have upright, direct posture. Intelligent. Can breathe a number of gases. Valuable in exploration of new areas because of enormous strength due to four hearts....[See More]
Hoshi Sato Character Profile - Updated by DAMartin   
Friday, July 20, 2018

Mordock the Benzite Character Profile - Updated by DAMartin   
Friday, July 20, 2018

Sincere. Eager. Polite. Efficient. These social traits seem to be the bases for all geo-structures on Benzar. Mordock is well-known throughout the galaxy for his strategic planning - in particular, the Mordock Strategy, which he developed prior to joining Starfleet. He is the first Benzite to attend Starfleet Academy, and he scored in the top 1% on the entrance exams. Mordock maintains a lasting friendship with Wesley Crusher of the U.S.S. Enterprise....[See More]
Gamling in Rohan Armor (with Weapons) Review - Added by Deaditor   
Friday, July 20, 2018

It’s almost perfect but hat headsculpt.... what did they do to you Gamling. You can tell it’s him but it’s the most strikingly non human looking headsculpt almost skeletal, I’m not sure why it’s just really off. Everything else is fine and he comes with a decent vinyl cloak that isn’t anoying like the Rohirrim soldiers ones as those stop you from putting a figure onto a horse. He has his sword and that’s about it, well articulated and well detailed just a bit of an off putting headsculpt....[See More]
Frodo (Super Poseable) Review - Added by Deaditor   
Friday, July 20, 2018

This figure boasts the super poseable but compared to other super articulated figures it misses some crucial points, takes some other aspects too far and overall the figure suffers for it. What I mean is the figure has A head that can move 360 and look up and down a bit, arms that can hinge outward and rotate, then double hinges elbows but no swivel at the upper arm. The hands rotate and have some movement but this just makes holding the sword impossible. There’s hip rotation, hinges legs that go forward and outwards, a leg swivel and hinges knees but when we get to the foot the toes did not need to be articulate as they look freaky, the swivel shin and hinge at the ankle are fine but his entire foot and calves seem too small. There’s some detailing present like the ring being moulded onto the torso and this is the only Frodo with an Elven cloak that includes his backpack. The headsculpt is ok but I feel Frodo like Aragorn is a hard head to find a decent likeness of so it’s luck of the draw when you come across one either it will be suitable or not.
Personally I’d recommend getting this figure if only to transfer the arms and possibly the legs but not the feet to a better looking Frodo. Ine other issue I have is stings sheath is practically grafted to his leg and tends to snap off unlike the removable versions which are ultimately better. It’s a shame that this super poseable figure leaves much to be desired in my opinion....[See More]
Ringwraith Character Profile - Updated by DAMartin   
Friday, July 20, 2018

Sauron transformed the Kings of Men, the wearers of his powerful magical Rings, into the mysterious Ringwraiths. The Rings granted their bearers immortality but it came with a price. They slowly became enslaved to follow Sauron's every command. Nothing remains of their physical bodies. Now all that is left of these former monarchs are their twisted spirits....[See More]
Sam (Mount Doom, Electronic Base) Review - Added by Deaditor   
Thursday, July 19, 2018

I think this is a really good rendition of a weary Sam, with high detail, super articulation and a really decent stun sword. He comes with a base that says 2 phrases: “I can’t carry it for you but I can carry you” and “ throw it in the fire” and it’s designed like the mount doom foothold. Defiantly worth getting!...[See More]
In need of a crash education on 3D printing action figures Topic - Added by TheRubicon   
Thursday, July 19, 2018

Hello, people of the realm!
i'd like to buy a 3D printer this year, but I don't understand the specs and feature/benefits of them. I want to be able to print ML quality parts to create never released toys and so on. I don't know where to start and I don't want to be the you-know-who who spends $3k on something and gets the same results as the $300 something and so on. please feel free to bury me in info and references! thanks!...[See More]
Henchmen4Hire -
Friday, July 20, 2018
From the print samples I've seen, it's not worth getting a 3D printer unless it uses resin, and it will most likely cost $1000+. The printers that use plastic filaments are okay, but they always leave those annoying ridges on the surface that you have to manually fix somehow. The fixes are easy on large flat surfaces, but it's a pain to fix intricate stuff like heads, clothes, etc.

I would suggest reviews, but when I was doing research all I saw were a bunch of apologists for how young the technology still is. (Or maybe they just want you to buy the thing so they can keep getting a cut and free stuff from the manufacturer.)

You order a 3D printer and it doesn't work right out of the box. You have to monkey with it a while to calibrate it for the setting you're using it in (level it, get ...
Henchmen4Hire -
Friday, July 20, 2018
I found an old comment I made on a youtube video, where the guy gave an honest review of a popular 3D printer and caught a bunch of sh*t for it. This sums up my experience while researching 3D printers:

"The fact that you blow hundreds of dollars on a machine and are then supposed to blow even more money fixing factory and design defects should have everyone saying "Hey! What the f*ck is wrong with these 3D printer manufacturers? Get your sh*t together!", not have everyone come after the reviewer for giving an honest review.

Is the part where your machine is going to be junk unless you modify it part of the "charm" of the DIY hobby? Because if I spend $500 on a belt sander, and the f*cking thing keeps lacerating me with shredded belts, you'd better believe I'm not going to go on youtube ...
First custom attempt--looking for advice Topic - Added by Simon Williams   
Thursday, July 19, 2018

I'm brand new to this. I've been collecting superhero figures for a while, and I have most of the 6-inch Wonder Man figures, but none of them look right. None of them look like they weigh 380. Most of them don't look like they weigh 250. I'm looking for suggestions about which figures to scavenge parts from to build myself a good Simon Williams....[See More]
TheRubicon -
Thursday, July 19, 2018
consider WWE figures? all the new ones are very well articulated, but they do approach and exceed the 7" range
Simon Williams -
Thursday, July 19, 2018
I would definitely consider them. Sentry is 6.75 inches. One of my Thors is 7.5. 7 inches is right in line with a lot of the Marvel "6 inch" figures.
TheRubicon -
Thursday, July 19, 2018
and of course the musculature id often exaggerated, so they make good hulking bases.
Good headsculpt for 3.75 inch figure? Topic - Added by Onlystargirl4   
Thursday, July 19, 2018

Namely my brother is wanting to find a good headsculpt to resemble Paul Rudd to remake that funny scene from Ant Man and the Wasp. Any ideas? ...[See More]