The Nightmare Before Christmas Nendoroid Jack Skellington From Good Smile

by Jay Cochran
October 12, 2018
From Tim Burton's famous movie, "The Nightmare Before Christmas" comes a Nendoroid of Jack Skellington!

While maintaining his signature appearance, he's been brought down to Nendoroid size! He features multiple points of articulation in his arms and legs allowing you to easily recreate your favorite scenes from the film!

Jack's pet, the ghost dog Zero, is included along with a jack-o-lantern, present and more, allowing you to enjoy posing him in all kinds of situations! You can pre-order this figure now at BigBadToyStore.com.
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sXeblues - 2018-10-25 @ 5:59 am
On 10/23/2018 at 11:26 AM, FASVB said:

Everything I have is in there. So you see, not a lot.

Ah, yea I feel you.

FASVB - 2018-10-23 @ 3:26 pm
1 hour ago, sXeblues said:

Sounds pretty cool... Im assuming that is chiefly where you display some, or all, of your collection?

Everything I have is in there. So you see, not a lot.

sXeblues - 2018-10-23 @ 1:50 pm
On 10/21/2018 at 2:49 AM, FASVB said:

I also live in a two bedroom, but one was converted into a home office. my wife and I commissioned a furniture piece that has a desk for two, cabinets. bookshelves and she let me design an integrateddisplay with glass shelves and lights on top. The doors are made of aluminum and glass. the rest is made of MDP.

Sounds pretty cool... Im assuming that is chiefly where you display some, or all, of your collection?

FASVB - 2018-10-21 @ 6:49 am
4 hours ago, sXeblues said:

I definitely agree with this sentiment... Which is why Ill air out my own collection from time to time, so as to check on them, and appreciate them. Sharing a small, two bedroom apartment, there just isnt much room for shelf space, even if I had the funds to purchase, or build, one. But, Im also constantly working it out in my head; Like, what can be gotten rid of, if anything, to make room for a display case, or shelves. Its a lot harder than youd expect. But, thats the long term plan, for me. I want my stuff out and on display. But, I also want to make sure whatever kind of avenue I go down to do that, offers up an enclosed display space, so dusting and upkeep only needs to be at a minimum.

I also live in a two bedroom, but one was converted into a home office. my wife and I commissioned a furniture piece that has a desk for two, cabinets. bookshelves and she let me design an integrateddisplay with glass shelves and lights on top. The doors are made of aluminum and glass. the rest is made of MDP.

sXeblues - 2018-10-21 @ 2:37 am
11 hours ago, FASVB said:

If you want to collect something, you will want to be able to appreciate it. Look at it from time to time and maybe show it to people. Also, if you separate a nice place to put your collection it shows that you really cares about it and are not just one of those accumulators.

I definitely agree with this sentiment... Which is why Ill air out my own collection from time to time, so as to check on them, and appreciate them. Sharing a small, two bedroom apartment, there just isnt much room for shelf space, even if I had the funds to purchase, or build, one. But, Im also constantly working it out in my head; Like, what can be gotten rid of, if anything, to make room for a display case, or shelves. Its a lot harder than youd expect. But, thats the long term plan, for me. I want my stuff out and on display. But, I also want to make sure whatever kind of avenue I go down to do that, offers up an enclosed display space, so dusting and upkeep only needs to be at a minimum.

FASVB - 2018-10-20 @ 3:24 pm
7 hours ago, sXeblues said:

If I didnt have mine stored away in boxes and such, I wouldnt be able to collect anything at all, sadly... I only have a few pieces actively on display, for the same reasons that you list. And it sucks, because I want to be able to see and interact with my modest collection, as much as possible. But, Im barely afforded the chance.

I have a friend that never takes anything out of the box. HE has a whole room of figures. Like shelves of Marvel Selects. He has almost every single release except for the Disney Store exclusives. HE keeps them as books The Hot Toys are still on the mailing boxes. Which is dumb because how does he knows if they aren't damaged or missing any pieces? I tried to convince him to hire someone to build him a display case, but he refuses and says that he rather spend money with figures than build a nice display space for them. I find that highly unreasonable. The way most collectibles are stored, mostly the hot toys, they will degrade.

Well, I may be wrong, but that is what I think. If you want to collect something, you will want to be able to appreciate it. Look at it from time to time and maybe show it to people. Also, if you separate a nice place to put your collection it shows that you really cares about it and are not just one of those accumulators.

sXeblues - 2018-10-20 @ 7:19 am
16 hours ago, FASVB said:

I see. even then is much more space that I have. I have one display that is almost packed and I have no other place to put figures. I am not gonna leave them in boxes.

If I didnt have mine stored away in boxes and such, I wouldnt be able to collect anything at all, sadly... I only have a few pieces actively on display, for the same reasons that you list. And it sucks, because I want to be able to see and interact with my modest collection, as much as possible. But, Im barely afforded the chance.

FASVB - 2018-10-19 @ 3:05 pm
10 hours ago, sXeblues said:

Its just a closet. If I took out the shelves, its just big enough that I could walk into it and shut the door. Standing room only.

I see. even then is much more space that I have. I have one display that is almost packed and I have no other place to put figures. I am not gonna leave them in boxes.

sXeblues - 2018-10-19 @ 4:48 am
On 10/16/2018 at 7:55 PM, FASVB said:

You have a storage room? Damn

Its just a closet. If I took out the shelves, its just big enough that I could walk into it and shut the door. Standing room only.

FASVB - 2018-10-16 @ 11:55 pm
On 10/15/2018 at 8:43 PM, sXeblues said:

Yea, exactly... Between the lack of funds, and the lack of space for a lot of stuff, it can be pretty monotonous at times. I only just realized recently that my chief storage closet in my apartment has no room left in it for anything else. So, my last few figure purchases are now strategically placed around my bedroom, until I can figure out some other alternative, lol.

You have a storage room? Damn

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