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FREE Bonus Incentive Art Print (Only from BigChiefStudios.com)

Pre-order your’s today and choose to pay either via monthly payment plan, or in full and receive a unique lithographic print of the specially commissioned box art by artist Lee Sullivan.
Offer ends 31st December 2019.

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John Koenig was assigned command of Moonbase Alpha to oversee the launch of a deep-space probe and to investigate the outbreak of a mysterious virus. Arriving at Moonbase Alpha, Koenig discovered that the crisis was much worse with eleven men having died from an unknown condition.

Alpha's chief medical officer, doctor Helena Russell, believed that the men had died s a result of radiation exposure. Tests of the two nuclear waste disposal area came up negative, However, when Nuclear Disposal Area One suddenly flared up and exploded, the conclusion was that a new, previously unknown form of magnetic radiation had killed the astronauts.

Not only was everyone on Moonbase Alpha at risk from the radiation, but if Nuclear Disposal Area Two was also affected, the colossal amount of nuclear waste stored there would cause the greatest explosion in human history.

Koenig ordered the removal of the nuclear waste containers, dispersing them across a wide area of the Moon's surface, thus reducing the concentrated mass of nuclear waste and the risk of a catastrophic explosion. Unfortunately, Koenig’s measures were too late, and the nuclear waste violently exploded.

The Moon was pushed out of orbit by the rocket motor-like thrust of the explosion and sent speeding from the solar system into the unexplored and unimaginable void of deep space.

With the Moon's high velocity and rapidly increasing distance from Earth, Koenig made the hard decision to not attempt an evacuation. Instead remaining on Alpha, where the base's personnel could sustain themselves and search for another planet on which to settle.

BIG Chief Studios present the first in a series of collector figures based on the characters from Gerry Anderson’s classic series Space 1999. From the stunningly life-like sculpt of Commander John Koenig to the expertly tailored uniform and faithfully replicated props in miniature, the figure will stand as the centrepiece in your Space 1999 collections.

What's in the Box
1 x Commander John Koenig Portrait Head featuring a fully realised likeness of Martin Landau
1 x Anatomix Male Body (Standard) with over 30 Points of Articulation
1 x Moonbase Alpha Personnel Command Jersey with Zippered Left Arm
1 x Pair of Moonbase Alpha Personnel Flared Trousers with Zippered Left Leg
1 x Specially Tailored Body-form Padded Under-suit
1 x Faux Leather Wide Belt
1 x Pair of Moonbase Alpha Personnel Boots
8 x Interchangeable Hands
1 x Commlock Personal Communication Device
1 x Stun Gun
1 x Holster
1 x Display Base with Stand
1 x EXCLUSIVE: FREE Bonus Incentive Art Print by artist Lee Sullivan

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Ran Out of Space, Collection Fun Time! - Sat Aug 03, 2019 3:39 am



Just sharing a video of my little toy collection from a few days ago, coming from the point of view of someone who already ran out of space. I don't have a big place (just an apartment) but I love toys, so eventually I ran out of space to display them. Right now, most of the newer stuff are in boxes on top of my piano (which is on top of my bed...). I'm probably gonna end up selling ones that I don't have much attachment to, which is hard since if I own it, I probably fell in love with it at some point in the past lol! Oh well, but gotta make space and turn some of them into extra money for Dragon Ball stuff.

I still have some brand new, sealed stuff that I haven't opened up simply because I barely have time to relax now. Work work work, not much time to have fun. Make money to pay important adult stuff, by the time the fun stuff arrives, I'm already back to working again. Eventually I lost interest in some of them, like in the Dragon Quest 11 characters and I couldn't muster up the energy to have fun with them. The Star Wars stuff like Count Dooku, Princess Leia, and some prequel characters, I also just lost energy to open them. I'm probably gonna sell the Force Awakens/Last Jedi stuff (not shown because they're in... another box!) because I'm not really digging the new Disney Star Wars trilogy with Rey as the star. I just prefer the original trilogy (and Natalie Portman from the prequel!) so I'm just gonna keep those. The Iron Man MK 50 Nano Set 2, at first I wanted to open it, but since I already have the MK 85, I also lost interest in it. I just prefer the "final" or most powerful version of characters majority of the time unless it's a special character like Goku from my favorite Dragon Ball series.

As for why they're in boxes together, I just don't have the energy to dig up their boxes and put back all the accessories in the plastic trays anymore. Normally what I do is I open them up, display the main character, then put their accessories in ziplocks. I've got separate boxes organized in terms of brand or series they came from. For example, I have a Figuarts Accessories box, but I also have a Figuarts Dragon Ball Accessories box that's separate because I want all Dragon Ball stuff to be together.

So far, there doesn't seem to be any negative effects for most of the toys to be hiding together in a box that I've noticed. I'm in California so the weather here can get hot, very hot as in go beyond 90 or 100 Farenheit! Paint Rubbing issues are rare so far (they've been in boxes together since March 2019). I've only noticed it on Evil Buu (the tall big pink guy) and there was a black paint where there shouldn't be. I just used tissue paper and water to wipe it off and it's gone. What you have to watch out for are those Hasbro Lightsabers for their Black Series toys. Those are too soft and they get bent easily, just like what happened to Darth Raven's light sabers (the guy with metallic mask wearing a hood and cape near the beginning). The little TBLeague lady seems to be fine, no problems, no paint stains at all.

Anyway that's my story for now. I hope my situation somehow entertained you or gave you insight as to how some people deal with suddenly running out of space for toys lol!

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