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Ryan Maxwell
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I wonder how much a spray dullcote would take the shine off of Spider-Man. Way too big and expensive just to experiment. 
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The Eaglemoss Phase II concept USS Enterprise (yeah, I was weak)...




The ship portion of magazine covers Matt Jefferies' design work, the building the TV model, with a third of the pages devoted to the Phase II character of Xon, as played by David Gautreaux
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DC Bombshells Green Lantern
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William Roberge
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So I picked these up....thank you girls for modeling!
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Michael Roberts
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Isn’t she a little short for a Stormtrooper?
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Jeffrey Rice
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To be fair, the other one is a bit short for a Sith Lord.



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This doesn't strictly belong in any of the categories named in the thread title, but I couldn't really think of anywhere to put it.

Fragment of a meteor that fell in what is now Argentina about 5,000 years ago. Estimated to be something on the order of 5 BILLION years old, which is older than the Earth.

Yes, this is literally older than dirt!

On a scale, clocks in at 18 pounds, but feels MUCH heavier. Nearly solid iron. I suspect there's some kind of mass/inertia thing happening.

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Darren Taylor
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That is way cool, JB!  
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Lars Sandmark
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JB, you have some quirky flea markets where you live!

Where the heck did you get--...no, nevermind. I don't even wanna know.

Wash your hands when you're done playing with it.*



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John Byrne
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Not from a flea market. From a shop in SoHo called Evolution. Walking in was like stepping into a steroidic version of my house!
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Joe Hollon
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That's so cool!
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Greg Kirkman
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Yep.

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Bill Mimbu
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Well, more of the same letters in the alphabet...

Eaglemoss Andrew Probert concept version of the USS Enterprise-C:





The magazine only had the first two pages featuring the concept version. The rest covered Probert's work on TNG.

I also picked up the reissued DS9 USS Defiant, since I missed that on the first run.
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James Woodcock
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Eaglemoss update - Battlestar Galactica comes out during July in the UK

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John Byrne
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Hm. I may have to get that!
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Robbie Parry
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James, my birthday is in November. Just saying. 
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John Byrne
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Just ordered a large scale model of the original Galactica. The show was uninspiring, but the ship was pretty cool.
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James Woodcock
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Dream on Robbie, dream on :-)
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Bill Mimbu
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Got that BSG-75 on order with my LCS.
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Shaun Barry
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Anyone know if Eaglemoss is doing the original Galactica?  I'd snap that up in a heartbeat!



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Posted: 06 July 2018 at 10:00am | IP Logged | 22 post reply

This maybe counts as a statue? Anyway, I want one!!

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Robbie Parry
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Posted: 07 July 2018 at 9:43am | IP Logged | 23 post reply

I've seen some shite as far as bootlegs go, but this is like nothing I've ever seen:


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Greg Kirkman
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“Warning: Choking Hazard. Don’t eat the spiders, man.”


Huh.
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John Byrne
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Grandmothers will buy those.
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