What's that? My ears are burning!
The collection that was displayed behind me during my past Round Up's has only been a very small portion of my overall collection. Believe me, I've got boxes and boxes and boxes full of assorted Boba Fett collectables and knick knacks. Sadly, space has always been an issue and I've never been able to set them all up for a proper display. "It belongs in a museum" I say, and hopefully one day I'll have the space to get the entire collection out of packing and make a video tour of the entire lot... even if it has to spread through the entire house! (I can hear my girlfriend moaning in despair already!)
I saw a lot of familiar items in his collection. Some I haven't gone to the same extent as him such as getting a mexican AND japanese AND chinese AND european version of the one pack. At the end of the day, it's not a competition to see who has the most, or the best or the most expensive stuff. This can be an extremely expensive hobby, and you should only seek out the pieces that you truly want, not just every piece of plastic with a Fett logo on it.
As for being the most famous or biggest Boba collector, it's obvious that I'm not. Naturally Jeremy Bulloch would have a sizeable collection since he was the actual man behind the mask, but lets also not forget the king of Star Wars collecters: Steve Sansweet.
I'm glad that there is interest in my Boba Fett Roundup, and now that I've finished moving my stuff and am back online in a more permanent way again, I hope to present more shows. Who knows... one day the entire collection will see the light of day
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