be holding onto those.
The big question is, however, do I get rid of the toys that I started collecting again upon adulthood? They were purhased to display, not to play with, and I just don't care about them anymore.
First up is a random assortment of Xena figures and dolls. I know why I bought the Bruce Campbell one, but do I really need 12" dolls of Xena, Gabrielle and Ares? I wasn't even a fan of the show.
Next is a collection of all the figures and dolls that came out with the first Tomb Raider movie. Somehow I got it in my head that a complete set would be worth something a few years later. No such luck.
Finally, I think I'll be selling off my Buffy figures. I still love the show, but was never happy with the toys. The sculpts were always lacking. I only have two of the Suncoast/Sam Goody/Media Play box sets, so they shouldn't take very long to unload.
It's sad, getting rid of my childhood playthings, but I'm not a collector. It's time to face facts.
And on that note, it's time for bed. Hopefully I won't be plagued with
dreams of Robot Chicken characters seeking revenge for my abandonment.