I just recalled I have a collection of very unique army soldiers that I think might well fit in with some storyline with DC action figures. I’ll be back in a bit.
I hope we’re not the only two with collections to show in your toy world!
May I humbly present the awesome Cosmic threat of …Darkseid the Blue Surfer (this is perhaps right after he humiliates Galactus).
What chance do the micro soldiers have?? Thankfully they have a trusty robot who may well save the day.
… although Darkseid has also brought along a friend from the world of Johnny Quest.
Surf city here we come
I love this!
-And the last order the soldiers could process was shoot the giant god on the blue surf board before the Anti-Life Equation rattled through their brains. And then there was no room for friends, family, hobbies… only Darkseid. All was vanity in the face of Darkseid… And so the soldiers holstered their weapons and took their orders. And every now and then, they would have a private laugh about all the things they used to worry about before. Because, now, there was only Darkseid… forever and ever, amen.
That’s a great pic, @Don-El !
Thanks thanks. They never had a chance, did they? (sob)
Against the god of evil? What chance do any of us have? Except… for maybe… Taruu!
If only I was there.
Dude, do you want the Omega Sanction again? Y’know, the death that is life…?
“Cower, soldiers of Earth, for Darkseid…is.”
Very cool pic.
The ASP-7 Droid was a favorite of mine, when it debuted in the fall of 1997.
As always, amazing action figure knowledge @Vroom !
This is a robot figure I picked up in a bin years ago, I had no idea what it was but I’ve enjoyed it and had several children begging me for it when I had it on display in my car years ago and I wouldn’t let them have it bwaaahaahaaa!
Thank you. Feel free to post photos of other figures and let’s see if I can identify them as well.
No ASP-7 Droid for you, kiddies!
Don-El drives away, then backs up
Oh, and the Easter Bunny? That’s just a guy in a suit! Mwa-ha-ha!
Don-El then floors it to the Eden Prairie Center mall while saying “Gotta try that new cookie stand, which is most definitely not part of the food court.”
Pic of all my Superman figures with some of my older issues:
And the pic edited for the McFarlane Discord with applicable issues:
I like your toys
So, credit where credit’s due, I stole this idea from a user on the McFarlane Discord who goes by “Winkz.” “Winkz” was showing pictures of the Batcave they made which included some nifty-looking weapons display walls. I managed to track those walls down on eBay, so I could make my own Bat-armory:
I really like them, but there’s one catch: I was sent four walls with only eight hooks between them. That’s not enough hooks to recreate what I did up there with all four. Any thoughts on how I can recreate those hooks?