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Postby Nightwalker » Mon Sep 21, 2015 12:22 pm

Today I got the Steelbook edition with the model. So now I have everything I ordered or pre-ordered that was Mad Max related.
So, this is everything I've got so far. A few things older. But most of it is of fury Road.
In this topic you can show us everything you have that's Mad Max related.

A small French MM1 poster. Unfortunately with a crease in it. But I just call is the "white line nightmare" :mrgreen:
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Not Quite Hollywood poster. About the Aussie films. And Max is there on it too. Personally signed by Richard Brennan and Brian Trenchard-Smith.
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One of the two Fury Road posters I got from the local cinema.
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All the novels I have of the 3 old movies and an extra book.
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All the record albums of all the MM movies. Including the limited edition two-coloured marbled nr. 914 of 1000 and the limited edition Shiny and Chrome from Mondo (with thanks to Biolumen who helped me get it to Europe)
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All the DVD's and Blu-ray versions I have now. Including some models.
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The two art-books. All the comics. The opera-house carshow pamphlet. And all the cinema tickets.
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And all the magazines I collected so far. Most of them Fury road related.
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"UNDERSTEER" is when you hit the fence with the front of the car.
"OVERSTEER" is when you hit the fence with the rear of the car.
"HORSEPOWER" is how fast you hit the fence.
"TORQUE" is how far you take the fence with you.
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Re: Show us everything you've got!

Postby Lonewolf » Tue Sep 22, 2015 2:32 am

Here is my collection of Mad Max memorabilia, including Blu-ray's, dvd's, original first addition Australian Mad Max 1 and Mad Max 2 Vhs tapes, Mad Max style genuine Rositer boots, signed autograph by the lovely Ms Virginia Hey, complete first series action figure set, posters and magazines, books and cd's and other little tidbits.
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Vhs originals and dvd's
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More action figures and magazines
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Rositer boots and signed autograph
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Re: Show us everything you've got!

Postby Lonewolf » Tue Sep 22, 2015 2:38 am

My stuff continued.
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First series 1/18 Autoart Interceptor
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Cd and other little bits
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Re: Show us everything you've got!

Postby PL-12Airtruk » Mon Nov 09, 2015 10:45 am

I have all the usual soundtracks, DVDs and posters in my collection.

I do have the MMBT re-released soundtrack of the Jarre score which is actually quite good.

My best piece is my Aoshima Interceptor kitset which is my take on what the car would have looked
like somewhere between MM1 and MM2. So it retains the MFP logo and minimum dirt build-up but has
the gas tanks.

The leather jacket is almost 90% the same as the film ones but the stitching differs slightly - I picked it
up in an army surplus store in the early 1990s.
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Re: Show us everything you've got!

Postby Morrisminor » Sun Nov 29, 2015 11:48 am

I came across these two books on ebay. The first, Eiga Hihou EX MAD MAX MOVIES Japanese magazine Special Issue 1 2 Making, is from Japan consists of over 220 pages on the making of the Mad Max movies. I can't read Japanese but there is a lot of visual enjoyment to be gotten from this book in particular a section of amazing color photos from the making of MM2 that I had never seen before.
The second book, Artbook Mad max Fury road Carnet de voyage Collector Neuf PS4 XBOX WII, seems to be a promo available with French editions of the new Mad Max game on various platforms. This book is an overview of the movies and the game with an emphasis on the latter. There is some concept art in here but from what I know of gaming production we are only getting the tip of the tip of the iceberg so to speak, there is an incredible art of Mad Max game book waiting to be published someday!
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Re: Show us everything you've got!

Postby seriz » Mon Nov 30, 2015 1:04 am

Morrisminor wrote:I came across these two books on ebay. The first, Eiga Hihou EX MAD MAX MOVIES Japanese magazine Special Issue 1 2 Making, is from Japan consists of over 220 pages on the making of the Mad Max movies. I can't read Japanese but there is a lot of visual enjoyment to be gotten from this book in particular a section of amazing color photos from the making of MM2 that I had never seen before.


Yes, it's Tomo's book. Tomo is the guy in Japan who organised the Mad Max Conventions in June 2015 and the year before. He runs the McLeod Company and is a very good fella. Most of the unseen pictures come from Masenobu Amemiya's own archives. Amemiya is the stunt guy who came from Japan to Broken Hill to shoot for the Japan TV the 1h30 documentry about the Mad Max 2 shooting.

The second book is mainly made by a french journalist who work for Mad Movies Magazine (Alexandre Poncet). It's interesting but sometimes full of actual mistakes (the same you can find everywhere)... At least it's a very nice gift with the videogame...
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Re: Show us everything you've got!

Postby Taipan » Mon Nov 30, 2015 2:32 am

seriz wrote:Japan TV the 1h30 documentry about the Mad Max 2 shooting


wh..what? how come have I never heard of this?
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Re: Show us everything you've got!

Postby seriz » Mon Nov 30, 2015 8:05 am

yes you know it... A short bit of this doco is known as "the chase continues"... The full doco was screened in December 1981 on the nippon TV...
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Re: Show us everything you've got!

Postby Taipan » Mon Nov 30, 2015 8:47 am

Do you (or anyone else here) have this full documentary? That 6 minute 'documentary', for years I thought that was the only behind the scenes documentary of Mad Max 2, turns out there's a whole 90min thing!!
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Re: Show us everything you've got!

Postby seriz » Mon Nov 30, 2015 3:10 pm

nope, i hope one day...
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