Saturday, 7 August 2010

Naruto Trading Figures @ Batam














This is my team mate Raymond the Botak! Lol...


A rare first occasion to see Raymond buying anime trading figures which I presumed only the beauty of Naruto have this kind of influence on him. He's not a toy collector but more like buying the figurines of the characters he likes from the anime. Goes to say that buying anime figurines ain't child's play anymore in today context unlike those days when most toy collectors were branded introvert 'weirdos'. In order to nicely display his latest possession, Raymond had also bought a plastic casing to house them all. I had even suggested to him to get blue-tag.

5 comments:

chrismandesign said...

hahahaha... i was remembering that i watched some chapters of this long series, in a TV channel i don´t remember right now, but for my occupations i lost the threat of the story & just leave it in the oblivion... i liked its doses of humor & the evolution of the characters... it´s catching indeed... i like the most the superdeformed Naruto & the transparent plastic case is a great idea for exhibition, specially if the dust is the greatest enemy...

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

I have only watched a few movies on this anime hence not a guru about Naruto. I are very right about dust being a threat to toys. My toys get dusty even when kept in glass display cabinet. Next is yellowing.

G.G. said...

I also have some Naruto figures, but they are the Toynami ones, not deformed one.

Naruto is one of the best long running series IMO. 2nd is One Piece.

I am finding a lot of people who loves watching anime but never touched Naruto. And so I always hard selling the idea of trying it to others.

Bluedrakon said...

My son loves to get the boxed figures of Naruto. It is fun watching him try to put them together and then gets me involved when he gets lost.

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

>> G.G
I think Naruto is a great anime that I would most probably watch in future and I think those toynami ones are more detail.

>> Bluedrakon
Like father like son, your jurior is a big fan of anime and has he great collection too.

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