Collectors Laptop Cases
In the 1970s, Kenner, a relatively unknown toy manufacturer started a revolution with their line of Star Wars action figures. Today, collecting those action figures has become a way of life for those of us who are a part of The Star Wars Collectors Galaxy! Show your love for the best toy podcast in the galaxy by purchasing this all-new Star Wars Collectors Galaxy t-shirt!
Tags: star-wars, podcast, darth-vader, luke-skywalker, lukeskywalker
As a toy collector myself I run into other people in the hobby that get violently angry at being called a toy collector. "THEY"RE NOT TOYS, THEY"RE COLLECTIBLES" is the battle cry and now the collectible collector can wear their hobby on their chest! PS Don't be mean to your fellow collectors, it's all in fun.
Tags: fun, toy, collectibles, star-wars, kenner
This nerdy old-school 8-bit tee has a few pixelated video-game controllers illustrated on it, along with the sentence "Choose Your Weapon". It uses a font with the biggest pixels possible-that's it, back then in 80's, graphic details were ugly! In eighties & nineties, you could find arcade coin-op machines with tons of awesome games to play; platform & puzzle adventures or beat'm-up & scrolling shooters were popular in 90's. Prepare your joystick or gamepad, you're about to get back in time 8-bit consoles collectors are pretty popular nowadays. Who said that old-school videogames were not fun? There are tons of nice titles to play. You don't need the most powerful hardware to have fun with videogames. You might be surprised of how many retro games you could find out there!
Tags: video-console, nerd, gamers, collectors, lasergun
Gotta love old school tech. It's really the most fun in retrospect, but in the now, we're always happy having newer, better media. I still have some floppy discs somewhere... :c) Original art Copyright © Tina Lavoie. All rights reserved.
Tags: home-computer, floppy-drive, vintage, collectors, tech-nerds