I posted a few photos of my purchases from New Jersey Collector's Con, but I also have a few photos I took at the show. The first photo I wanted to share is of a Terrordrome and Defiant Space Shuttle. The vendor also had a USS Flagg sitting right next to the shuttle, but I didn't get of photo of it. It's funny that i was so excited, since I own all three, but to see the three Holy Grails in a row was kind of mind blowing.
This photo is the 2nd most insane thing I saw at NJCC. I could not belive that anyone had this many Master Piece Grimlock and Soundwave figures. These figures are crazy expensive and pretty hard to find.
I don't really know if they moved many of them, but I saw a lot of people looking at them. I have Soundwave, but not Grimlock. I'm not really a big Transformer Collector, but those figures are incredible.
The funniest thing was that in addition to all the Master Piece Transformers the guy had a bunch of Frozen Dolls.
The last three photos I have are of the awesome custom figures that were on display at the show.
Previously I posted about the Two Bad (Masters of the Universe) themed Ewok figure.
In addition now they had an Ewok figure based on the two-headed monster from Sesame Street. I wonder if he made a mold after he combined the initial two Ewoks.
Otherwise I can't imagine cutting four figures apart and sculpting over the seems twice.
I really loved this Trap Jaw (Masters of the Universe) themed Stimpy figure. I just think he's super cool.
I do belive I previously posted about the little Buddha Hordak figures. Nto only is Kevin Watts great at sculpting, but his painting is superb.
I don't know how he made that bird skeleton, but that this is incredible. I wonder if it has any articulation.
The last photo I have to share is a cool Oscar the Grouch / R2-D2 Mash-Up. I looks like he made a mold off the vintage R2 and an Oscar PVC figure.
I just think it looks great. I like that he had a blank slate as well as a fully painted sample of this figure.
As usually I had fun hanging out with my buddy Nick and Meeting up with other collector friends. Kevin B. and Mike B. to name a few.