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Old 08-11-2019, 04:35 PM   #1
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Karnis Man-Cave v2.0

Here's some updated pics of my Mancave-display room-media room, I recently had some floor work and waterproofing done and changed things around a bit. I've been collecting for many years now, all sorts of different companies, media and scales. My 5 Prime 1 Studio statues are the centerpiece of my collection now, and I have a couple of their Batman busts as well. 65" 4K DV/HDR10 display with Marantz-based 7.2.2 Atmos setup for you A/V geeks. I hope you enjoy the pics & thanks for looking!











^^^ During the heaviest of rain storms I would get water coming in underneath the hearth near Superman and Batman, so I installed a mini channel on front of it to catch the water and send it to a dedicated sump pump in the corner of the room.<see below>









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Old 08-11-2019, 04:57 PM   #2
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Great collection. Thank you for sharing.
Superman Hush is stunning
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Old 08-11-2019, 05:09 PM   #3
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Very cool.Thanks for sharing. Saw a lot of similarities with my collection. You put the 66 Batman Hot Toys with the Tweeterhead Bat-computer?
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Very cool.Thanks for sharing. Saw a lot of similarities with my collection. You put the 66 Batman Hot Toys with the Tweeterhead Bat-computer?
Yeah, it wouldn't fit in the shelf with the statues but it did fit in the Detolf with the Hot Toys. Nice catch!
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Yeah, it wouldn't fit in the shelf with the statues but it did fit in the Detolf with the Hot Toys. Nice catch!
I also have the same Spy vs Spy set.


Who put out the USS Reliant? and the Robot B9 from Lost in Space?
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Old 08-11-2019, 06:08 PM   #6
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Love that Death Dealer shield. Wish I would’ve picked one up. Great display.
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Can't make out all the diecast cars you have.
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Old 08-11-2019, 07:42 PM   #8
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Who put out the USS Reliant? and the Robot B9 from Lost in Space?
Both of those, as well as the USS Enterprise, are model kits I built. The Enterprise is fully lit w/ spinning nacells. B9 Robot has a single LED in it I change once every eon or so.

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Love that Death Dealer shield. Wish I would’ve picked one up. Great display.
That thing is an actual honest-to-goodness battle ready shield w/ huge leather straps and very heavy. I was stunned when it arrived, N/S. When they said 1:1 they weren't kidding.

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Can't make out all the diecast cars you have.

TOP: 1966 Batmobile, 1992 BR Batmobile

MIDDLE: Goldfinger Aston Martin, Ghostbusters ambulance, 1958 Plymouth Fury from Christine, Godfather Packard, BTTF

BOTTOM: Starsky & Hutch Gran Torino, Bullitt 1969 Mustang, The Munsters Coach, Gone In 60 Seconds Mustang, Smokey and the Bandits II Firebird

I have the Batman Forever Batmobile stashed on top of the Tweeterhead cabinet as well.

Thanks everyone for the kind words, much appreciated!
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Old 08-11-2019, 09:35 PM   #9
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Wow. Very nice collection and cleanly displayed.
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Old 08-11-2019, 10:58 PM   #10
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Thank you for sharing your collection! Looks very organized and well displayed! I like the Batman Shakespeare Head Bust! Ahh the memories of Batman with Adam West!
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