Thursday, May 01, 2008

Marvel Micros

I am a sucker for mini figurines and collectibles. The recent set that I completed my collection is Marvel Micros. It was sold in a box of three random figures which I cheated by ebaying the remaining ones to complete the set.

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I got all of them delivered today but left the package in the office. I intend to take a picture of the whole set before blogging but will save it for next time.

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I can picture my new house with cabinets displaying my cherish possessions from HeroClix to Miniature Gundam. If anyone of you intend to ask me to grow up, I am still a kid at heart. So don't even try!

I will be in London tomorrow and then on my solo weekend getaway to a place in Germany called Rhineland. I won't be having my laptop with me which means I won't be blogging during that time but will attempt to update on any chance I have.

Will be sharing my experience as well.

Happy Labour Day everyone!

7 comments:

Phil from I'm no electrician said...

Dude, they look awesome. Have you seen the Star Wars mini figures? Cannot remember what they are called.

Henson Ray said...

I also like collecting miniatures...not super heroes, although I have a lot of superhero figures...I understand the whole "completist" mentality though...

Pete said...

Would like to see your mini-Gundam collection. I don't know Gundam well, but do remember growing up with some of the anime. Cool stuff! I liked the bad guys with the single circle for eyes... whatever their names are :)

Rhineland... as you know I'm a WW2 buff, so whenever I hear that name, I think of the German re-militarization of the region in the mid-1930s. Are there any WW2 related sites there that you happened to have visited?

bennyong said...

Thanks. I am a sucker for mini figures and bet I have seen a handful of Star Wars ones.

bennyong said...

Finally, someone I can relate to in collecting mini figures! I have heaps of them.

bennyong said...

I will post in up when I am back home in Malaysia. It over the hundreds now with my mini Gundams. They are Japanese robots. As for Rhineland, it has a significance with the World War 2 whereby most of the castles were destroyed by the French if I got my history right.

Julie Wild said...

Hi, my 7 year old has collected all series 2 micro heroes, could you please please tell me where you purchased them from????