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  1. #21
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    Default Re: HOW many people that is collecting hot toys predator stuff?and is an adult?

    Quote Originally Posted by tylerd View Post
    your annual violation?
    Yeah, he has small fingers.

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    At 12 I was out playing baseball practically non-stop. "Collectibles" were basically the Tops baseball card lines...
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  3. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by yu-kit View Post
    Just wondering guys... Cuz i seen alot of big collectors and small collectors that is collecting hot toys predator stuff is an adult. I got a Chopper,Wolf,Grid Alien and trying to get A.P.A.V.
    And lots of other stuff.. But i am 12? is that too much expensive for an 12 year old boy to buy? cW1C
    Little bro you almost own as much as i do, i dont have as much as some of these hardcore collectors, just the ones i REALLY want
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    I'm 23, the ONLY other things I've collected were punk records (never will part with them), and WWE Figures , I had since I was a kid, up until last summer.

    I sold off all of the WWE collection to fund a trip to Albuquerque, then in November I ran across Pitu's videos, and got into the Hot Toy's Predator line, and bumped my (then) small Predator collection into overdrive.

    Honestly, if it wasn't for Pitu, I probably would have never come to this forum, got into collecting Aliens/Predator outside of stuff I already had, or knew existed. I used to think $12 for an action figure I would only display was pushing it, now I look back at those and realize how crappy they were, and how truly amazing Sideshow, Hot Toys, and other companies are.

    Sure the prices are higher, but I buy this stuff much less frequently, and since they go on pre-order months in advance, I'm spending LESS on these, than I did on the WWE crap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdamBombOi View Post
    I'm 23, the ONLY other things I've collected were punk records (never will part with them), and WWE Figures , I had since I was a kid, up until last summer.

    I sold off all of the WWE collection to fund a trip to Albuquerque, then in November I ran across Pitu's videos, and got into the Hot Toy's Predator line, and bumped my (then) small Predator collection into overdrive.

    Honestly, if it wasn't for Pitu, I probably would have never come to this forum, got into collecting Aliens/Predator outside of stuff I already had, or knew existed. I used to think $12 for an action figure I would only display was pushing it, now I look back at those and realize how crappy they were, and how truly amazing Sideshow, Hot Toys, and other companies are.

    Sure the prices are higher, but I buy this stuff much less frequently, and since they go on pre-order months in advance, I'm spending LESS on these, than I did on the WWE crap.
    how much are the little wrestling figures worth ?
    I have about 5 million here collecting dust from years ago.

  6. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by uscmhicks View Post
    how much are the little wrestling figures worth ?
    I have about 5 million here collecting dust from years ago.
    There were some I sold on Ebay that made me a REALLY pretty penny. All depends on condition, the ones that I didn't think would sell very well I threw together in a lot that sold for $340, I had a couple that sold around $60, and about three that fetched $150+.

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    I sold one of my Jakks WWE figures that netted me $80!!! Some are really wanted.

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    What's considered an adult? I'm 28 and don't really feel like an adult yet. Maybe when I have kids?

  9. #29
    k guys my family is not rich okay? I have a very good job.. 8 dollars per hour so about a month i get about 950 to 1050 dollars so there.

  10. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by yu-kit View Post
    k guys my family is not rich okay? I have a very good job.. 8 dollars per hour so about a month i get about 950 to 1050 dollars so there.
    in america, child labor laws prohibit 12 year olds from working. unless of course you're working a family business. then you can work whenever you start walking. i remember an aunt that had her 9 year old nephew tend bar for her. after the doors closed to the public.

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