Welcome to the jungle. This is no place for collectors who dwell in the safe confines of AFA cases or between walls of MISB Japanese Transformers. The minibot collector and variant hunter has to get his hands and feet dirty travelling well off the beaten path. Digging up histories of countries not previously associated with Transformers and establishing priceless contacts are just the start of a journey with no perceptible end in sight. Packaging, if it can even be found, is a luxury for the minibot collector. So spare a thought for that special masochist, the minibot variant completist.
I asked a number of well-known experts in their field of Transformers collecting how conceivable they felt certain lofty goals were to achieve. I did this in order to gauge just how much of a task it would be to complete a specific type of collection. This week, Morgan Evans, Martin Lund, Colin Pringle, Leonardo Medina and Stephen Munson were quizzed on goals within the world of minibot collecting. We’ve already looked at AFA MISB G1 Transformers and Japanese Transformers, we will also be looking at pre-Transformers and prototypes. Our experts’ answers are as fascinating and insightful as you would expect from such esteemed gentlemen.Is It Conceivable? – Part 3 | Source Blog <- CLICK TO READ
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