to my Office ... I really actually find it very uncomfortable to show off my
collection ... but many of my friends on the net always curious what my
collection look like... so here it is ... Paul L>'s collection exposed!
closet had been convert into display shelf ...they house mostly my old
12" Star Wars stuff. Believe it or not it was the Star Wars
toys that got me into collecting Microman again. Most of the new
Transformers toys are on the bottom shelves and floor (my kids play with
them). Some Henshin Cyborgs on the right corner.
is probably my most favorite display case .. my collection of vintage
& LED Powers toys took up one of the showcase top along the east
wall. Mostly the Robotman toys and some carded figures from the
Most of my
Microman and other toys are in my office at home. They are pretty much
surrounded my computer desk. My house guests often have some kind of
remarks about this room. Guys usually think its cool and many
remembered the Micronauts from their childhood, female guests on the other
hand (mainly friends of my wife) think I need to seek counseling.
View of the room as you walk in ... You
might notice the red Robocon & Transformers Go-Bot in the corner which
look a bit out of place ... actually the Robocon came from Felix the
first time I met him at the Shrine show and Go-Bot came from Rik Ruff as a
Christmas Gift ... sometime I think these things are actually worth more to
me than the rare toy in the show case.
is closer look at the north
wall. They are mostly Microman Replica in acrylic display cases. Micro
Force and Palisades 1.5 & 2.0 are on the book shelf which are mostly Microman
manga and Microman-21 boxes. (see the picture below)
west wall has mostly the vintage Microman figure in the acrylic cases. The left
side of the computer are MyClone and reissue Transformers toys. The small
shelf unit you see on the left are Mech Warrior clix figures ... funny thing
is that little shelf unit used to hold my entire collection of
Microman. On the far right you can see Microman puzzle hang on top of
the computer monitor.
east wall are three bookcases that house mostly vintage Microman toys ...only
a lone Micronauts toy, a boxed Tron no less, is sitting behind the Connig
Station (Astro Station) ... also a gift (this one from Dave Waugh of Inner
Space.) Various Transformers Convoy line up the top along with Magne
& LED toys. These cases also house some of the rarer stuff in my
collection such as the Conning Tower that I got from my friend -
Bryan Wilkinson and a mail-away vinyl Invader Z from another friend Jay
Prasong is in the far left bottom shelf along with various exclusive
Henshin Cyborg toys and the vintage Cyborg Station.