Hi, all. My name is Kyle. I live in the Atlanta suburbs. I've been actively collecting toys for about fifteen years. I bought a house about 2 years ago, and finally have my own "man cave" that serves as a music/video game/computer room as well as a place to display my collection. This represents what I think is the culmination of a lifetime of accumulating cool stuff. Here we go...
A wide shot of my X-Men shelves.
On top of the bookshelf.
...and here's a slightly out-of-date shot of what's on the bookshelf.
Mojo, Longshot, and Spiral MLs.
A few miscellaneous figs on top of my vintage Final Fantasy poster.
I call this the Scott & Jean Shrine.
The Cyclops side.
The Jean side.
A close up of the Scott & Jean Shrine - Heroclix, Minmates, etc.
X-men, top shelf. Sort of a classic-themed battle scene.
X-Men, lower shelf. Sort of a '90s-themed group pose.
Desk area. I'm quite fond of the Excalibur mobile. It was given to me by a comic dealer friend, and I've never really seen another one.
Some misc. stuff on top of a speaker. That's the oldest X-Men issue I own.
A shot of the room. My guitars and stuff.
The upper desk shelves - Universe X-Men, Sentinel, and misc. Marvel stuff.
Marvel Universe X-Men and ML Sentinel. I was so happy when I managed to track down three Multiple Men!
TMNT, Silverhawks, Thundercats, etc.
X-Men Minimates, Maxx, etc.
These are my custom X-Men vinyl figures I made myself. I'll be posting some more pics of them at some point, if you guys like 'em.
Heinlad and Atari 5200 games.
Beast Wars Transformers shelf #1
Beast Wars shelf #2 (Transmetals)
Classic Transformers shelf - all of my G1, G2, Movie, Reissue, Classics, and whatever else.
Classic TF shelf - mostly Autobots on this side.
Classic TF shelf - this side is mostly Decepticons and/or tapes.
Not a very clear shot, but this is what the Transformer shelves look like.
Fantastic Four shelf.
Fantastic Four close-up.
Lil' Thing & Doom, Medusa bust.
So, that's about it. I hope you guys think my collection is cool. I'm pretty happy with it myself.