Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Pop Culture League: Future Toys

Future Collectibles

What will be the hot collectible in 2046.

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The full range of Z-Bots figures, vehicles, and play sets can be quote daunting for a Z-Bots collector. There don't seem to be many Z-Bots fans.  It was a weird toy series, especially being under Galoobs Mirco Machines banner.  Luckily, I am not a completionist, and while I may be envious of those with super rare series 4 figures and hard to find play sets, I am quite happy with my collection.  Here it is!

Not even close to a complete collection, but still an impressive little army.  Gathering them all together for one group shot was no east task, and I can see I missed a few.  If you want to see some closeups of my collection check out the Z-Bots & Voids page of Toy-Disorderly .

Other future toys and collectibles:

Brother Midnight






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    1. Thank you! It's one of my favorite collections.

  2. I loved these Micro Machine spin off robots! My brother had a huge collection of these guys.

    1. My brother and I are only 1 1/2 years apart and we played Z-Bots often, it was a lot of fun!

  3. I am a huge fan of the Micro Machines, was even as a kid, but still shocked that I not only never had this particular version, but only heard of them a few months ago! I need to get my hands on at least one one day for my collection! lol Great collection you have btw.

    1. They're very different than than the usual Micro Machines stuff, but I would still highly recommend them to Micro Machines fans. Some of the fairly common series 1 figures shouldn't be to hard to find.