Action Figure Stands

Discussion in 'Chicago, IL' started by Bobafemme, Sep 10, 2005.

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  1. Bobafemme FF Jedi Council Member, Chicago IL RSA Emeritus

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    I know there are plenty of collectors in CF.

    What is your favorite source for action figure stands: 3 3/4 inch, 6 inch, and the 12 inch? My desk is littered with fallen bodies from SW and LotR.
  2. MusicTrooper Force Ghost

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    Feb 22, 2005
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    /gets up.....looks around.....nothing is standing/

    really.......they have stands for 12-inch for Star Wars,

    Ed
  3. Lt_Dak-Ferris Jedi Knight

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  4. Schph_Gochi Jedi Master

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    I don't know about stands for 6" or 12" either....just the 3 3/4" figures...
    the 3 3/4" figures even have a hole in the bottom of the feet on the figures to accomodate the stands...
    do the 6 or 12" have holes?
    If not...then I would say that stands don't exist...
  5. Lt_Dak-Ferris Jedi Knight

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    In the 40 year old virgin you can see these stand that hold his 12in figs up. But I've never seen them for sale anywhere.
  6. Jedi_Dajuan Admin: FanForce and Games

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    I've seen 12" figure stands in the craft section of Walmart before. A couple different types too. I have a few and they work great.
  7. Schph_Gochi Jedi Master

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  8. DarthAstuart Jedi Master

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    funny if they turn out to be barbie stands, as my wife bought me a 12-inch Obi Wan back after AOTC came out and then referred to it consistently (and sarcastically) as my "Star Wars barbie."
  9. JediJeff13 Jedi Master

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    Nov 27, 2000
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    Probably is some sort of doll stand you can get in the craft section of Walmart.

    May I suggest you paint it up really cool-like.
  10. Bobafemme FF Jedi Council Member, Chicago IL RSA Emeritus

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    thanks for all of the tips!
  11. Malakiili Jedi Knight

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    I'm not much of a collector, except maybe of books, so this might seem stupid, but. . .
    If you like to display your figures above eye level (atop a hutch, fridge, bookshelf, whatever, where you can't see their feet), double-sided picture mounting tape (craft store), sticks 'em down great. But if you want real, earthquake-proof mounting, you can use double-sided accesory mounting tape from the auto parts store.
  12. Bobafemme FF Jedi Council Member, Chicago IL RSA Emeritus

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    I used poster putty before and it worked great...as long as you don't mind discoloration or marring the surface.
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