Last year’s visit to this monthly toy show was fruitful. Time to go back for another round!
What happens when you combine a Voltron with another Voltron?
I’m not going to bother posting photos of the walls of Funko Pops, but there were also these cutesy-looking figures too.
Star Trek Alien Beans! You don’t know how tempting this was. I used to see them all the time in Spencer’s Gifts in the ’90s (the Targ was my favorite), but I didn’t have the heart to break up this complete set. It’s all or nothing, and I chose nothing.
Now this belongs in a museum!
Most relatable Pokémon ever, am I right?
I prefer Careless Whisper.
I love that every minor character gets their own card. I think she was onscreen for 3 minutes max?
Eat your lunch in style! And for the love of God, wash these before you use them.
Had no idea there was a Dinosaurs board game!
I’m starting to see more and more Mighty Max toys at cons/shows.
Quite a few Marvel Legends all up in here.
Lincoln Hawk – Sylvester Stallone’s character from Over the Top! I’m guessing he was made from a Rocky mold for a quick cash grab?
A bootleg figure; very rare, very pricey!
I went over to a Babylon 5-centric table manned by a pair of nice ladies who were just happy to talk about the show (and were huge fans of Claudia Christian).
They had an autographed reproduction of a PPG prop from the show, plus this G’Kar mask.
Bruce Lanning says
Indy does belong in a museum even if he looks slightly Robot Chicken-ish.