awesome collection dntfeedthemnkys
Currently reading: Waid's run on Flash
Thanks mate.. it's growing.
Most of my comics are digital. But I'm buying more and more trades over time.
I bloody love the Keaton Batman and Nicholson Joker figures. It's like having Michael Keaton in the living room:
I've got the AC: Harley on pre-order:
And I'm currently deciding on whether or not to grab the Joker from Killing Joke: http://www.urban-collector.com/killi...otobukiya.html
But they're bringing out Joker 2.0 soon and I would LOVE to stick him in the glass cabinet.. just don't know if I can afford him:
Just looking back over the pictures and I realised that I've got Bat's belt on skewed and some of the other items are out of alignment on the shelf. Have OCD sucks. Gotta spend tonight fixing all that now. hahaha.
Very nice MrRoussis!!
How is the long halloween absolute? awesome??
Here's some quick pics of my collection
The comics are stored in magazine folders, with the images done with photoshop. I started doing it this way when my wife, who is an artist, said that the shortboxes were just hideous, so this was my solution to pretty it up a bit. I started this project a few years ago, and I am obviously behind on finishing them. Takes more time than I have free.
The one's in the cardboard boxes are because I ran out of room on the shelf. These include all the Animated series, Batman Chronicles, Gotham Knights, Streets of Gotham, Legends of The Dark Knight, and Shadow of the Bat.
I still need to finish the one's for Robin, Batgirl, Nightwing, Batman & Robin, and Batman Inc.
Right now I am playing around with designs to replace all the cardboard with wood, more a matter of time and money than anything else.
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My Batman and Detective Comics collection is a nearly complete run of about 40 years. I have been collecting off and on for about 20. All my issues that predate around 1982 are stored in a box under the desk, ready to be grabbed in an emergency.
For completeness sake, here is the rest of my collection:
I bought the spinner rack about a year ago, and I love it. Recent issues go there.
My collection is pretty small compared to many, it usually hovers around 4000 or so, but I tend to sale anything I wouldn't read again, which helps with my $25 a week habit. I work at a LCS, so I get a nice discount that helps stretch that 25 a bit.
Fantastic work with those boxes. Makes for an impressive way to display a medium (floppy single issues) which, by its very nature, is hard to display in an interesting manner.