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Here's a photo of a gift my friend got for me when he visited Switzerland. An unlikely item if ever there was one... a Gyonsi (hopping vampire) mini-fan! :nerd:

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Here's an awesome gift I received from "Moose"... a "Chinese Spirit Pot" that he hand-crafted! I thought it only fitting to put my Thai ENCOUNTERS OF THE SPOOKY KIND poster as a background for the photo (still have to get a proper black, back-matte to put behind the poster before I hang it though).

When I got this big box in the mail my wife and were so curious what it could be, and we opened it together. When she saw she said "Wait... what's in it? Isn't this how horror movies begin?! You get a mysterious sealed container in the mail... and then... Whatever you do, don't open it!" :xd::tongue:

Anyway, I had to share this with you guys as I knew you'd dig it. What a cool present!

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The pot and the poster are nice, but I especially dig that Godzilla figure. :tongue:

:wink: I really should take a photo of all my Godzilla figures to share with you and all my fellow kaiju-eiga fanatics. The one in the photo is the second (and much improved) version that I have of the 1954 Godzilla.

That's a pretty awesome gift there Kung Fu Bob.

Yeah, I was (and still am) stunned by it. Of course I immediately started thinking of the best place to display it in the Temple of the Dragon Monkey (my booby-trap filled underground fortress of awesomeness), but my wife said she'd love it to stay upstairs where she could enjoy it too. Hmmm... we'll see. :neutral: LOL Kidding! For now it's a centerpiece on the kitchen table. You could say we have, uh, unorthodox methods of decorating. :tongue:

Oh, and he included extra "spell papers" in case of emergency. :bigsmile:

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The spell scroll is very obvious on the first pic - really cool addition there.

:wink: I really should take a photo of all my Godzilla figures to share with you and all my fellow kaiju-eiga fanatics. The one in the photo is the second (and much improved) version that I have of the 1954 Godzilla.

Looks like it has a lot of details. I don't have any Kaiju figures, but I guess if I had I would need a Kaiju corner in my room, just like I redisposed everything so that my Shaw Bros DVDs would be on the shelf under your Centipede artwork - yeah, I'm a bit maniacal as far as keeping related things together goes. :xd:

Of course I immediately started thinking of the best place to display it in the Temple of the Dragon Monkey (my booby-trap filled underground fortress of awesomeness)

Didn't know Chu Yuan had been involved in the housing business. :tongue:

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The spell scroll is very obvious on the first pic - really cool addition there.

Yes, it's all beautifully done. He showed me photos of the raw materials, and in-progress shots of it too. The pot itself was just plain white to start out, and he colored and textured it like that! :smile: I showed pictures of it from both the front and the back so everyone could see all the details he put into it.

Looks like it has a lot of details. I don't have any Kaiju figures, but I guess if I had I would need a Kaiju corner in my room, just like I redisposed everything so that my Shaw Bros DVDs would be on the shelf under your Centipede artwork - yeah, I'm a bit maniacal as far as keeping related things together goes. :xd:

Nice! :bigsmile: Yes, it's got a decent amount of detail for it's size (about 7" tall I think). I really like it. Right now the 1954 Godzilla is on the windowsill in the kitchen, the 1985 Godzilla is on top of the refrigerator in front of my Zatoichi cane sword (displayed on a little stand), and I have a super articulated 1964 Godzilla on my computer desk.

I do have a couple of shelves in the "Temple" that are dedicated purely to kaiju-eiga films and figures. All the other Godzilla and foes figures are there, along with Johnny Sokko's Flying Giant Robot and Ultraman. :nerd:

Didn't know Chu Yuan had been involved in the housing business. :tongue:

It is purely a construction of my own design, with inspiration from a few films (ie. HOUSE OF TRAPS, THE RAZOR films, BURNING PARADISE, ENTER THE DRAGON...). :khi3h:

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Yes, it's all beautifully done. He showed me photos of the raw materials, and in-progress shots of it too. The pot itself was just plain white to start out, and he colored and textured it like that! :smile: I showed pictures of it from both the front and the back so everyone could see all the details he put into it.

Really impressive work.

Nice! :bigsmile: Yes, it's got a decent amount of detail for it's size (about 7" tall I think). I really like it. Right now the 1954 Godzilla is on the windowsill in the kitchen, the 1985 Godzilla is on top of the refrigerator in front of my Zatoichi cane sword (displayed on a little stand), and I have a super articulated 1964 Godzilla on my computer desk.

I do have a couple of shelves in the "Temple" that are dedicated purely to kaiju-eiga films and figures. All the other Godzilla and foes figures are there, along with Johnny Sokko's Flying Giant Robot and Ultraman. :nerd:

Sounds like you got one hell of a collection, Brother Bob. Not sure what Kaiju figures I'd buy first if I started a collection.

It is purely a construction of my own design, with inspiration from a few films (ie. HOUSE OF TRAPS, THE RAZOR films, BURNING PARADISE, ENTER THE DRAGON...). :khi3h:

Dang, I wanted to get myself some secret underground cave and a bunch of moving bamboo canes surrounding my house - you know, like the house in which the Bat without wings is kept. :tongue:

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