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Forgotten Ferraris: Felber Ferrari 365 GTC/4 Beach Car

Forgotten Ferraris: Felber Ferrari 365 GTC/4 Beach Car

Welcome to the first entry in our new series looking at some of the Ferraris you might not have heard of – and the models made of them by Looksmart! Meet the Felber Ferrari 365 GTC/4 Beach Car . Ferrari’s 365 GTC/4 is little-known enough a Ferrari as is. Produced for just 18 months between […]

Introducing Devil’s Due Comics: The FIRST Comic Publisher to Join the hobbyDB Archives

Introducing Devil’s Due Comics: The FIRST Comic Publisher to Join the hobbyDB Archives

We’re super excited to announce that Devil’s Due Comics is the FIRST Comic Book publisher to bring their massive creativity and pioneering outlook to the hobbyDB Database. Devil’s Due is a North American based comic book publisher and pop culture content creator. With hundreds of comic books carrying the Devil’s Due brand name since its […]

Here’s Another Collection of the World’s Largest Collections

Here’s Another Collection of the World’s Largest Collections

We recently shared a large collection of the world’s largest collections, ranging from diecast cars, Funko Pop figures, and James Bond memorabilia. In each case, hobbyDB has a pretty good start on documenting those segments of the hobbies. For example, we have over 40,000 distinct variants of Hot Wheels in our database. And we have […]

Wreck Royale Vehicles Are Smashing Good Fun

Wreck Royale Vehicles Are Smashing Good Fun

In 1970, Kenner’s SSP Smash-Up Derby toys crashed their way into the rec rooms of kids everywhere, inspiring good, wholesome vehicular violence (you remember the jingle, right?). Fifty years hence, there’s Wreck Royale from MGA Entertainment. This series of seven vehicles are designed for explosive impact and maximum chaos with multiple parts that fly off […]

The Ultimate Poser: DC Sculptor Tim Bruckner Captured Iconic Moments

The Ultimate Poser: DC Sculptor Tim Bruckner Captured Iconic Moments

A few weeks ago we introduced you to Tim Bruckner, who spent about 20 years sculpting action figures and statues for DC Direct (now known as DC Entertainment). As his career there evolved, he spent more and more time on statues instead of poseable characters. A lot goes into the decisions on how to represent […]