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Prometheum5 has been a contributor to CollectionDX since 2009, covering all things Iron Man, ThreeA, and whatever other Real Robots strike his fancy. He is an avid collector of Iron Man toys and comics, Ashley Wood’s toys and comics, all things Takara SFLand (Henshin Cyborg, Microman, Timanic, Transformers), and vintage mecha model kits. When not buying toys or talking about toys, he is busy making toys. Check out PrometheusRising.net for a look at Prometheus Rising Heavy Industries, Ben’s line of 3D printed mecha action figures. Ben has had his custom toys on display in galleries on both coasts of the United States and in Japan, and has been recognized as a top 3D printing innovator to follow on Twitter. Follow Ben on Twitter, Instagram, or Tumblr (@Prometheum5 on all three) for the latest updates on his toy making efforts.
I am a collector of mecha anime figures/video games who writes on collection dx usually in the summer. I do post reviews other times but rarely. My focus, is on transformers and Gundam, but I like to stray occasionally in my reviews. I typically like solid figures, with few loose parts that don't feature a reliance on gimmicks, and are fun and Engaging without them. I am considering reviewing figures from bionicle and hero factory as well, considering that there are very few on collection dx. outside of Collectiondx, I'm also an aspiring fencer, and a huge fan of Visual Kei
I've always been a big fan of robots, which is part of the reason I'm drawn here (even if the site does cover a vast aray of toys). I was always drawn to anything that I could use as a robot, or any character that had a cool face-obscuring mask, just so I didn't have to look at the plain human face of the figure. After that, if they had a sword, I was set! My interests are simple: robots, skeletons, and ninjas always take precedence, and then the accessories are considered afterward (though, as I said, swords are always a major factor!)
So those have been my interests over the years, and they haven't changed much, even from when I was little. I haven't really been "collecting" toys all this time, because when you're a kid, you don't consider it that way. Granted, I don't play as much as I used to when I was little, but I'm far from setting them on a shelf and just looking in awe at the beauty of how much I've managed to accumulate. I buy toys 'cause I love 'em just as much as I did when I was young. Eventually I want to have the same fun I did back then with kids of my own, and then I can pass all my junk onward. They'll get old and break and get thrown away, but such is the life of a toy.
i mainly collect transformers both new and old. mostly new but that has to do with price. laelty have developed a new appreciation for Go-Bots
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Life long lover of Transformers with a collection ranging from G1 to Dark of the Moon. Lover of giant robots and toys in general. I collect mainly TFs but anything robotic, monstrous or capable of turning from one thing into another may find it's way into my collection.
what can I say...I like toys!
I started off collecting with Transformers after catching a glimpse of a CGI G2 commercial at around 3 or so and watching the movie and some of the G1 stuff. I then branched out into Power Rangers (sold all the zords I had bought dor money and space but did get the new Mighty Morphin zord which I always wanted), Super Human Samurai Cyber Squad (though only got the 1 Kilokhan figure I think, which I lost), Crash Test Dummies (lost them), TMNT, Thundercats (re-runs), Silverhawks (re-runs again), Universal and wing era Gundam (got a few MSIAs [US] and recently got a MG Zaku II), Big-O, the DC stuff (mostly got Batman which I only have 2 figures of left), 2000x He-man, Marvel (haven't collected any of yet).....Various anime, Kamen Rider, and Super Sentai soon followed as well as Doctor Who. I'm also a huge Gamer which started with the nintendo (first game was Super Mario) and Sega Genesis (no idea what happened to them), then I was introduced to PC gaming, the N64, PS2 (sold), and now the 360. the genres I play are shooter, RTS, RPG, Sci-Fi, Actiony stuff, fighting, and horror (Dead Space franchise so far xD). Also a huge Warhammer, Star Wars, and Command & Conquer fan; among other things like Gears of War, CoD, basically anything good. My collection so far is Transformers but I try to get other stuff when I have the money
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My collection (in order of purchase):
PG RX-178 Gundam Mk. II AEUG colors,
PG RX-78-2 Gundam,
HGUC RX-78 Gp01 fb,
HGLM Eva 01,
MG RGM 79C,
SD Wing Zero Custom (I cut the parts from the sprues and cleaned up the parts, my brother actually put the parts together with my help),
PG MS-06S Zaku II (Char's Zaku),
MG MSZ-006 Zeta Gundam 2.0,
MG RX-93 Nu Gundam,
1/60 Yamato VF-1 Valkyrie Ichijo's Valkyrie,
MG RB 79 Ball ver. Ka,
MG RX-78-2 OYW version
This is cathy and I am a costume lover. I love my halloween costumes to scare everybody.
My collection is a mix of Gundam models that I've painted, 80's vintage toys, and recently released toys.