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N Scale manga and anime figures?

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Martijn Meerts

I have a lot of the TomyTec figures, car collections, bus collections, truck collections etc. Most of them I haven't openend, so no clue which cars / busses/ trucks are in the boxes.

 

I just ordered them whenever they came out for a while, but never had a layout to use it all on.

 

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cteno4

My office looks more like a Japanese model train shop stacked high on shelves to the ceiling! I am so glad I bought many things when I did as now when I go looking many are oop and very hard to get and/or expensive. I’m glad I picked up a few extra sets of vehicles here and there on big sales for future use or trades. 

 

I do miss the hay day of Tomytec vehicle collections when our club lunches had about 10 min at each of vehicle swapping and sales from our collections.

 

jeff

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nscaler711

Hmm, man I'd kill for a 1/150 Sterlizia model. No trains in DitF but something about 02... 😍

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Martijn Meerts

There are some Strelitzia models, but the smallest one I've come across is about 16cm, which would likely be out of scale by a few cm. A 1/144 Gundam is around 13cm, but no idea how tall Strelitzia would be compared to the average Gundam.

 

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cteno4

That looks like the old pro hobby series of pewter 1/144 scale figures.

 

cant remember what happened to them but they have pretty much disappeared from all the usual shops. Great odd pewter figures and etched brass detail bits. They definitely created and odd niche.

 

jeff

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gavino200
1 hour ago, Drunkenclam said:

Just spotted these K'on style figures, for those who like that anime. I suspect a Marketing or licence issue with this one

 

https://global.rakuten.com/en/store/sakatsu/item/1395mls01013/

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks for posting. The drumset doesn't look fantastic but the rest of the figures look good. I wonder if they could be repainted to look like "Babymetal".

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cteno4

they are pretty tough peweter figures so i would guess the paint would strip well and hold up to scrubbing to get them clean. the bases are always a bit bulky and heavy and a bit of a pain to cut down/off well. 

 

i really dont remember what happened to prohobby, i loved their stuff, really odd little bits. hobby world use to carry the whole line and would have good sales on them at times. also hlj.com. 

 

https://www.1999.co.jp/eng/search?typ1_c=104&cat=rail&target=make&searchkey=Pro-Hobby

 

jeff

 

 

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