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The Rules Anonymous 04/11/2020 (Sat) 22:14:06 No.17 [Reply]
THIS BOARD IS NOW THE BUNKER BOARD, HEAD TO ANON.CAFE FOR THE MAIN BOARD 0. Global Rule 1. This board is intended to cover both toys and collectibles (yes, statues come under collectibles) 2. While NSFW toys are allowed, I ask that anything NSFW is spoilered 3. No hotglue threads or anything similar 4. No sex toys 5. No YouTube/e-celeb drama Of course these rules are a work in progress and anyone willing to make a suggestion should do so in the meta thread >>31 READ THIS Main board: https://anon.cafe/toy Bunker board: https://prolikewoah.com/toy/

Merry Christmas Soldier 12/25/2020 (Fri) 19:58:27 No.582 [Reply]
Merry Christmas from /co/!
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/toy/ is the missing link between /co/ and /animu/ HAPPY NEW YEAR!
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Merry Christmas once again, /toy/. I hope there were lots of goodies under your trees!
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Another year, another card. Merry Christmas from /co/!
Merry Christmas, /toy/ !

Meta thread Anonymous 04/11/2020 (Sat) 22:29:51 No.31 [Reply] [Last]
Looks like we're starting from scratch (again). I'm sure we can rebuild ourselves, though we need some more anons to keep the board going. I'm fine with this place being advertised, but only when and where appropriate - no spamming links please.
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>>845 I don't know if anyone will be reading this at this point, but the board has been dead for while and BO gave up and left.
>>846 Then how come the board got migrated? someone did made the petition after all
>>847 It was shortly after the board moved here
RIP this board

Toy identification thread Soldier 04/24/2020 (Fri) 21:36:58 No.215 [Reply]
Figured these posts are inevitable so we might as well contain them here
Before the site was wiped someone was asking for help on finding more information on these...
>>216 Turns out they were sea divers from Hong Kong in the 60s/70s
>>215 Someone made a Columbo plush bear?
>>216 I remember these. Goodie two shoes kids who weren't allowed to play with violent toys and had to go to church more than once a week were forced to play with those. I used a few for target practice.>>217

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Forgotten_toylines_0000362 Anonymous 04/11/2020 (Sat) 22:38:36 No.35 [Reply]
These are images from /toy/ saved with BUMP >t. julay
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>>651 >so that children can re-enact human sacrifices That's totally rad, I wish there were some Aztec playline toys..I feel like Playmobil would be great a choice for that, but I doubt they will have the balls to pull that. >The only disappointing aspect of them is that they feel like they were statues that were cut and given joints Bummer, to me it's only seems true for that hinge hip joints. >Only have 1 small playset (it's more of a diorama piece, really) and 3 small vehicles - 2 motorbikes and the horse Cool, nice collection you got there, anon.
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>>35 Man I really liked Gormiti figures but the cartoon was completely retarded, it turned me down really hard.
>>707 The toys had lore in the fucking papers that came in package.
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Anonymous 09/22/2021 (Wed) 17:14:37 No.851 [Reply]
>toys grow up autistic nigger soys
>>851 Lol he mad.

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Transformers_0000253 Anonymous 04/11/2020 (Sat) 23:42:01 No.133 [Reply]
good luck /toy/ j
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>>220 Enginreeing haven't been the strongest side lately of neither Takara nor Hasbro. I think changing the position of legs would've help and even go as far as making the legs from diecast, but that would've required an extra effort and budget from Hasbro and their half-assed "adult collector" wannabe line.
How do this thing with those "3rd party" not transformers Transformers work? How do they avoid getting sued? i can see they are chinese but they seem of good quality and also not cheap
>>322 Because China doesn't abide international copyright laws. As for the high quality of 3rd party TF; don't forget most products are made in china and ranging from low quality to high quality so it's not impossible to have high quality products by Chinese companies despite being less common. 3rd Party companies are founded by passionate fans so of course they want and try to make high quality and original figures by themselves.
>>322 How much high quality is Ocular maxs Assaultrus?

Warhammer toys Soldier 04/22/2020 (Wed) 22:51:25 No.200 [Reply] [Last]
So GW has finally started opening up to other companies making merchandise, what do you think? So far we've gotten: -Bandai Primaris Ultramarine -Chibi Series -Funko Pops -Upcoming McFarlane Primaris Ultramarine and blank Primaris Marine body
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>>649 But it would've fit better there
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Look what arrived 2 weeks ago! -The arms, heads, helmets, and accessories are fully compatible with genuine LEGO -LEGO legs can be put into Koruit torsos but not the other way round -LEGO and Koruit hands are not compatible at all as the pins are completely different sizes The quality of these is quite good, especially considering many LEGO purists insist Chinese bootlego is horrific quality. The legs are slightly loose on all the figures and this is the only real quality issue. There is slight blurring in the printing of some of the figures but ironically the quality of the printing is still far better than LEGO at the moment.
>>685 Also the Chinamen thankfully undervalued my parcel and shipped it as a "product sample", which was pretty nice.
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i know this board might be dead, but just in case, some anon mentioned a toyline named "Archecore" It might be chinese or japanese but has a 40K vibe (and is kinda expensive too) Listed as pre-orders in BBTS and such sites
>>849 >i know this board might be dead It is, but maybe it can be revived once again? Hope you're still here. >chinese It is. >but has a 40K vibe Further proof it's chinese. I don't like those specific designs and I'm just a filthy casualfag, maybe actual 40K fags would like it.

Soldier 10/09/2020 (Fri) 07:27:11 No.716 [Reply]
Toy Soldier appreciation thread
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>>722 >Technolog or Tehnolog Tehnolog These are awesome anon and I'm saying it as someone who isn't really into miniature figurines. I just searched for them and found out they're sold on Amazon too (not a scalped price). I don't know if the company changed it's name..it says by Fantasy Battles. >kinda expensive Seems like they have good reason behind that, it's not just the company itself being Russian, but it's also being made there.
>>716 i remember seeing once a Alien vs space Marines (from the Alien movies) plastic soldier stuff, also a Gundam-esque japanese one some years ago.
>>722 Fuck those are good, very warhammer-esque >>724 >Alien vs space Marines They're great, its just a shame about the price of them - its $17 for 10 of them
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>>723 >>725 Tehnolog made some REALLY warhammer esque figures back in the 90s. I think GW told them to cut it out, or they decided to stop for better chances at exporting their figures. They're right on the edge between "serious" miniatures and plastic army men. They use hard and soft plastics seemingly interchangeably in their molds, and most of their models are bigger than common western gaming scales. It's a tradeoff for a little more detail in cheap plastic. I use their castles and industrial walkways as cheap terrain for /tg/ stuff, but listings for the figures don't seem all that great value to me. Their giant robots are (were?) nice and chunky though.
>>726 last thing i saw from Tehnolog were these Cyberons stuff, they were around ebay, but were kinda expensive. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wfJkMRrbcgk (ignore the male vtuber)

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Photo Thread Soldier 10/08/2020 (Thu) 08:24:51 No.728 [Reply] [Last]
No theme just post them
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>>807 I love seeing well loved toys, there's something so heart-warming to them.
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