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Michael Cross
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Bottom of a Frenz on the right, Isherwood on the left..
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Gerry Turnbull
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Bowen are setting up an auction service " to help you, the true collector, to complete your Bowen Collection of Sold-Out and hard to find busts, statues, and model kits.

Be forewarned that this is called Rocky's Vault and not Rocky's Bargain Basement, for a reason. It's called Rocky's Vault because these are rare, top notch, top dollar, and inspected pieces.

You may be asking: Where do these pieces come from?

In most instances, they were purchased long ago by us (Rocky and Randy) personally from our corporation: Bowen Designs, Inc. and they are our personal property.

Items will be made available on a first come, first serve basis. "

more details here http://www.rockysvault.com/home.php

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Wayne Osborne
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Oh no, Gerry. I think I'm in trouble because it's going to be hard to resist
the busts the second time around.

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Didier Yvon Paul Fayolle
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Wayne, you can afford it !

As for me, can't wait for the Wonder Woman statue ( I may even go for a Superman ! ).

Thank you for the link, Mister B.

And Neil, if you do come to Hong Kong one day. I can show you a lot of shops selling all those neat statues and busts !

Prepare to empty your bank account !

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Posted: 14 September 2007 at 12:29pm | IP Logged | 5 post reply

New arrival, by Bowen Designs.



Something in the postion of the arms and legs has
me almost convinced this is based on a drawing of
mine, but I can't place it.
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Gerry Turnbull
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maybe this?

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Something much more specific. The way the left arm crosses the body, the right arm is cocked, and the legs are tucked up and under. Even the way the left hand is turned outwards. I KNOW I have done that pose --- altho I suppose it's possible it wasn't the Beast!
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the beast in the centre spread of The Aof John Byrne also looks quite similar
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Nope. The specific pose. Not something like it.
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Courtesy of my pal Paul, up in Canada (and today's mail) I have now added the Hulk to the line-up of the lead figures. I was resistant about getting this one, since it's more steoidic than I like, but I know I am never really going to find that "slab" Hulk I so much prefer, so, when Paul mentioned he'd seen on in his LCS, I asked him to pick it up.

Must say, it just feels "right" to have the Big Green Guy in there with the others. however he is portrayed.

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