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Marvel Legends and Chap Mei

Monday, January 31, 2011

Using X-Men Classics Stealth Cyclops from Marvel Legends, we are able to see just how notorious Chap Mei weapons and accessories may become not only for Marvel Legends figures collectors, but for G.I.Joe fans. 


Some true artists have used these 6" figures to customize classic G.I.Joe characters for a while now. The results are truly great and examples are all around. Chap Mei may give the edge to some of them! 


CM designs perfectly fit the G.I.Joe universe. And while most are too big to fit the 3 3/4" lines, when it comes to 6", one can confirm the exact opposite: Most fit!


Heavy weapons from Soldier Force lines, chainsaw from Police Force lines.


Rifles and SMGs from Soldier Force lines.



 Even melee weapons from Legends of Knights.


Some of the bigger backpacks can be used and an array of weapons and accessories from Dino Valley/ Quest to Ninja series.


Status: Check CM Surplus Fan Markt for some of these and many other weapons and accessories for your Marvel Legends collection and customs.

 

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Star Wars Episode I Flashback Photo

Sunday, January 30, 2011

European editions of this concept revealing before and after images of Star Wars universe charaters. From Senator to Emperor Palpatine, Princess Leia and her mother, and old and wise... to older and wiser Yoda, a nice bunch of figures that no Star Wars collector should avoid.


Trade value: 12€


Trade value: 9€


Trade value: 9€


Trade value: 9€

Mint, Loose, complete with full back card with flashback photo.
Trade value: 9€


Trade value: 9€


Trade value: 9€

 Status: Available for trade

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Action Man ATOM Thunderquad 3000

Saturday, January 29, 2011

A 2-in-1 vehicle to help the A.T.O.M. team defeat Evil Crime Lord Alexander Paine and his band of crooks!


Thunderquad 3000 is a cool looking vehicle with lots of playability. Which is actually, A.T.O.M. line premise.


As a quad, it has very decent lines, especially its front.


The coolest thing is its second form. A defense "mech", or battle suit.


It has a wheel-punch action activated when buttons are moved outwards. When releasing, wheels quickly go back into place. Fun. Very "Transformers".


As far as scale goes, it is actually too big for a 5" figure. And way too small for the original Action Man 12" line. Maybe Sigma 6 G.I.Joe figures could use it! For a perfect quad for these figures, be sure to check Chap Mei and Action Man Atom figures.


Status: Available for trade

  

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Star Wars Deluxe Snowtrooper

Friday, January 28, 2011

 One of my very favorite Galactic Empire troopers in a Deluxe pack!


Nowadays, you have all articulated Star Wars 3 3/4" figures. In the 90s era, you had the 5 articulation points figures, and people went crazy for this one. All things considered, it was only natural.


The tripod mounted E-WEB heavy repeating blaster is a beauty.


"Keep your heads down or that E-Web will take them off!" The gun came complete with its own generator box (pretty cool) and it was actually one, if not the best looking (and working) accessory in the collection. The handles look great, figure stands very stylish behind it, pivoting revolving motions... what more to ask for?




Figure: Snowtrooper. If all good was said about the E-WEB, the same does apply to the figure. Ok, so it was done specifically for the mount, but why not create a figure that could actually stand without it? You need a stand to keep this figure from falling on it back. Sad. Great sculpt, though.


http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/E-Web_heavy_repeating_blaster


For G.I.Joe fans, this is also food for thought. The fact it looks like a conventional weapon and the hi-tech look makes it perfect for the Joe universe.


Blasting those joes!

Status: Available

  

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POTF2 Boba Fett´s Slave I

Thursday, January 27, 2011

 "Slave I was a modified prototype Firespray-31-class patrol and attack craft used by famed bounty huntersJango Fett and his cloned "son", Boba Fett. It was greatly modified with advanced weapons systems by both Fetts during their respective use". in http://starwars.wikia.com

Figure not included
 One of the most cherished vehicles in Star Wars universe, this ship became famous from the very first appearance on screen during Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back


Menacing look, and a very cool toy. 20% to 30% smaller than the new release, it may be out-of-date, but to me, and many other vintage toy admirers, you can´t recreate and compare. This is a sole survivor!  


Long before Jango, the only Fett in town, was Boba. The lone bounty hunter and the most feared in the entire galaxy. And THIS is his ship, Slave I.

 Trade value: 40€

Status: Available for trade

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Action Man A.T.O.M. Night Ops Axel

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Another great figure from a great line of toys by HasbroAction Man A.T.O.M. (Alpha Teens On Machines).


Excellent as a toy, and great as a figure, that´s pretty much what to expect from these 5.5" figures. 


Figure and weapon, the included parts.


Accessory view. Highly detailed Sci-Fi pistol.


Figure: Night-Ops Axel.


Nice detail, very stable (big feet help a lot) and articulated enough to cover some of the common battle positions.


For a really cool look, we´ll always have Chap Mei


A big difference with the right weapons.

Status: Check available weapons for your 5.5" and 6" figures at CM Surplus Fan Markt

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Chap Mei and Star Wars

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

 While most of you use Chap Mei items with military lines, the truth is CM is a huge power source for many other lines. Another example, the universal hit, Star Wars.


"Imperial AT-ST  and  troops on Endor".


The trees with their platforms perfectly fit 3 3/4" figures as stands.


Or you can use them as a set background and also show off your collection.


You can reenact some of the scenes from the original trilogy. Some examples from Return Of The Jedi.


... or Empire Strikes Back.


 For your dio-stories.


In front or in the back, figures look more alive.


Your imagination fits Chap Mei... or is it the other way around?

Status: Check out CM Surplus Markt for many parts, accessories and figures you can use for your needs.

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Star Wars 4" loose figures

Monday, January 24, 2011

All figures include correspondent back card, unless stated otherwise.Figures are in C9 condition.

 With FF slide - Trade value: 7€

Trade value: 6€

With FF slide - Trade value: 8€

With FF slide - Trade value: 7€ (CM stand not included)


Trade value: 5€


Trade value: 6€


Dagobah Luke + Yoda. No back card included with Luke. Yoda figure included has card.  Trade value: 10€


Trade value: 10€


Trade value: 7€


Trade value: 6€


Trade value: 5€

 Batteries not included. Darth Vader figure (and its accessories) not included.

Trade value: 7€

  Batteries not included. Obi-Wan Kenobi figure (and its accessories) not included.

Trade value: 7€

 Luke set not included. Trade value: 9€


 Han Solo set not included. Trade value: 9€


Trade value: 5€


Trade value: 5€


Trade value: 3€ (Some dirt scratches on the plastic garments).


Trade value: 6€


Trade value: 6€


Trade value: 5€


Trade value: 6€


Includes "Shadows Of The Empire" (Spanish) comic. Trade value: 12€


 Includes "Shadows Of The Empire" (Spanish) comic. Trade value: 12€

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