Wednesday, May 2, 2012
Now That's a Lot of Servbots
Die hard Rockman fan CapKobun recently showed off his impressive collection of Servbot memorabilia for all to see. It's practically an army! And look at that: it's our one-armed friend smack dab in the middle! It seems he's finally found a good home.
Keen-eyed collectors will no doubt spot a few rarities like those promo plushies and cookie jars. There's even a few things in there I don't recognize at all!
How does your Servbot collection compare?
Source: CapKobun (thanks, Tom!)
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*removes glasses* Mother of ServbotsReplyDelete
Probably the best Servbot collection I've seen. Although I seem to have something he hasn't obtained yet. The set of squeezable stress-ball like Servbots that were shipped as promos for those that pre-ordered Legends 2. Also came with a small Misadventures of Tron Bonne poster...that has vanished. :( Haven't seen another one yet. The Servbots can be hard to come by too it seems.ReplyDelete
Nightram here for the Video Game Memorabilia Museum.ReplyDelete
I love it! I'd like to see some individual shots.
Does this collector have those little glass keychains? I have some of those, along with some data monkey ones.
I'll go ahead and ask him.
Wow, impressive! Only things I didn't recognize were the clock and the bath toy (at least I think that's what it is!) kobun. I bet he's the one that outbid me on the 3" kobun store display (cardboard holder thingy). I saved the auction photos of it, though :)ReplyDelete
Somehow... I'm not impressed. I mean its a good collection, but I don't see many servbots for a reason, more like things that have to do with them. I've seen some collections that have many servbots that you can actually call them a servbot army. He doesn't have those from the Yujin line?ReplyDelete
I forgot to mention in my comment on the full size kobun post, he has a button that makes him say things! Unfortunately it was broken in that unit. I would have loved to try and get it working, had it not sold for so much (over 50,000 yen) :( At least it went somewhere it would be fully appreciated :)ReplyDelete
Looks like the one-armed friend got cleaned up a tiny bit since the last time we saw a photo of him. Looks like he ended up in very good hands.ReplyDelete
I felt bad for our one-armed friend there, so I'm very glad to see he's got a good home, and is amongst friends. :3ReplyDelete