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PostPosted: Mon Feb 08, 2010 5:38 pm 
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 08, 2010 10:30 pm 
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I have:

Issue #1
1987 first print of the trade paperback ( I got this when it came out, and started there. Still holding together.)
1995 trade paperback with "new" cover
trade paperback bought in 2008 with John Higgins' re-coloured artwork (my "lending" copy)
Absolute Edition

Smiley DC promo button, 1986

Watchmen group portrait white t-shirt, 1989

Watchmen poster for DC Heroes RPG, 1987
Watchmen "Everybody Watches The Watchmen" merchandise promo poster, 1987?

Movie promos:
Smiley / "Who Watches The Watchmen" on back, black promo t-shirt
1-sheet movie poster
Comic-Con 2009 DVD huge promo bag

Crew items:
Quantum Creation FX "Costumed Vigilante Crew" t-shirt
"VFX Crew" t-shirt with glowing Manhattan silhouette on back
Manhattan/Comedian "Operation Wrath Of God" patch (not a replica)
scarf

DVD:
Theatrical Cut
Director's Cut
Tales Of The Black Freighter

Watchmen - Original Motion Picture Score by Tyler Bates CD

Other books, etc:
Watching The Watchmen - Dave Gibbons
Watchmen Portraits - Clay Enos
Watchmen - The Art Of The Film - Peter Aperlo
Cinefex issue #117

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 08, 2010 11:53 pm 
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Manhattan/Comedian "Operation Wrath Of God" patch (not a replica)

Is there any way at ALL I can get one of those - even if it's a replica?

Just bought today (on eBay for $10, $36, and $20 respectively)

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On Amazon for $16
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On Amazon for $16
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What... is... that?

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 15, 2010 12:46 pm 
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I'm returning those wall scrolls because my wall space is too limited.

Also, I came across this....does this win the most entirely unnecessary and insulting piece of Watchmen merch ever? :?

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vi ... %26otn%3D1

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 15, 2010 4:18 pm 
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http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&Item=270519947775&Category=41393&_trkparms=algo%3DLVI%26its%3DI%26otn%3D1

Hahahahahahahahaha!!!

Oh my god, What? :lol:

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 15, 2010 4:33 pm 
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So I got the Ozymandias journal today. It was £3.50 on play.com. For some reason they put it in a huge parcel (a shoebox and a half) even though the item is the size of a dvd. They must've spent quite a bit more on its delivery than they got in profit. Weird.

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So I got the Ozymandias journal today. It was £3.50 on play.com. For some reason they put it in a huge parcel (a shoebox and a half) even though the item is the size of a dvd. They must've spent quite a bit more on its delivery than they got in profit. Weird.


is it just a diary with ozy on the front? or is it blank pages?

i just found a pic of the inside of the SSII version, so every page has a little picture of ozy on?

edit: also found on play.com
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 16, 2010 4:41 am 
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AYBGerrardo wrote:
So I got the Ozymandias journal today. It was £3.50 on play.com. For some reason they put it in a huge parcel (a shoebox and a half) even though the item is the size of a dvd. They must've spent quite a bit more on its delivery than they got in profit. Weird.


is it just a diary with ozy on the front? or is it blank pages?

i just found a pic of the inside of the SSII version, so every page has a little picture of ozy on?

Apart from the borders with text (a crappy "Ozymandias" logo and the lazy tag "Trust Ozy!") they're blank. Suitable for doodling in.

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 16, 2010 8:24 am 
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Oh wow. They really are.

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Here is half of my collection. Once the other half is displayed this nicely, Ill post more pictures. My favorite item is the Press Kit, #53/1000. Other highlights include the Watchmen Archie flip-top watch and the Metro newspaper, New Frontiersman edition. I also got my hands on the display stand at Best Buy. Im working on making it sturdier, then Ill have a proper display case. Thanks for giving me a place to show this off, Im encouraged by all the other collections everyone has here.

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 18, 2010 7:47 am 
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Here is half of my collection. Once the other half is displayed this nicely, Ill post more pictures. My favorite item is the Press Kit, #53/1000. Other highlights include the Watchmen Archie flip-top watch and the Metro newspaper, New Frontiersman edition. I also got my hands on the display stand at Best Buy. Im working on making it sturdier, then Ill have a proper display case. Thanks for giving me a place to show this off, Im encouraged by all the other collections everyone has here.

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it's funny how one of the highlights of your collection is a free newspaper, and yet you have things like replica comedian guns and grapeling gun etc.

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JorelEsquire wrote:
Here is half of my collection. Once the other half is displayed this nicely, Ill post more pictures. My favorite item is the Press Kit, #53/1000. Other highlights include the Watchmen Archie flip-top watch and the Metro newspaper, New Frontiersman edition. I also got my hands on the display stand at Best Buy. Im working on making it sturdier, then Ill have a proper display case. Thanks for giving me a place to show this off, Im encouraged by all the other collections everyone has here.

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it's funny how one of the highlights of your collection is a free newspaper, and yet you have things like replica comedian guns and grapeling gun etc.

....Is it ironic?

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haha, good point, not easy to get your hands on a copy here in WA though. The next items to add are the Hot Toys figures and the HeroClix, come summer.

ps - cool sidenote, even though its not pictured, the pewter Nite Owl from the Mayfair games figure collection, is almost the perfect size to set next to the Archie replica. They look good together. Technically all the figures are about the right size, but I just have Dan displayed.

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....Is it ironic?


i suppose it is, but i could be wrong, i never said i was an expert on irony!

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I don't have any merch whatsoever.
From this movie or any other. Oh, actually, I have a really good 12" Hellboy figurine that a friend gave me a few birthdays back. It's in storage 8 1/2 thousand kilometres away.

I'm in the middle of moving from one country to another again, this weekend and next I will be enjoying getting rid of most of my stuff before the final move. It's down to 6 cardboard boxes, a suitcase, my big ol' lcd monitor and desktop computer, sweet ikea desk, a laptop, keyboard, small mixing desk, a microphone, practice bass amp, acoustic guitar, two ukeleles and two basses.

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I don't have any merch whatsoever.
From this movie or any other. Oh, actually, I have a really good 12" Hellboy figurine that a friend gave me a few birthdays back. It's in storage 8 1/2 thousand kilometres away.

I'm in the middle of moving from one country to another again, this weekend and next I will be enjoying getting rid of most of my stuff before the final move. It's down to 6 cardboard boxes, a suitcase, my big ol' lcd monitor and desktop computer, sweet ikea desk, a laptop, keyboard, small mixing desk, a microphone, practice bass amp, acoustic guitar, two ukeleles and two basses.

But no merch.

I just thought of a really cool title for a miniseries.

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I just nabbed a Comedian bust on Ebay for $9.99. That's a great price.

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 21, 2010 12:21 am 
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I just nabbed a Comedian bust on Ebay for $9.99. That's a great price.

Sure is! :)

You...do mean..a comedian statue, right?

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Well, good deal in any case. :D

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