Cool & Collected Magazine -Winter 2013
Cool & Collected Magazine -Winter 2013Cool & Collected Magazine -Winter 2013

Cool & Collected Magazine: Issue #1 PRINT Edition (Winter 2013)

$7.99

The premiere issue of Cool & Collected Magazine. 

International shipping is not available at this time, but you can purchase the PDF version here.

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Product Description

The premiere issue of Cool & Collected Magazine. This issue includes 64 glossy pages featuring articles on the following:

  • Movie prop collecting
  • Superman
  • Lord of the Rings Collectibles
  • Kenner Super Powers
  • Retrocon 2013
  • Blind bag toys
  • Boba Fett action figures
  • Top Spider-man Comic Books
  • Artist Spotlight on Tom Whalen
  • Nintendo Entertainment System
  • Action figure photography tips
  • Hot Wheels Retro Entertainment Series vehicles
  • and more!

The magazine will be delivered “bagged and boarded’ right to your mailbox, along with a Cool & Collected sticker and postcard. You will also have a chance of finding a “Golden Ticket” which can be redeemed for a poster from 3DJoes!

International shipping is not available at this time, but you can purchase the PDF version here.

Reviews

  1. The Toy Box

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    It’s the magazine I never knew I wanted to read until I had it in my hands, than couldn’t put down until I went from cover to cover.

    Unlike most toy related magazines, Cool and Collected doesn’t want to sell you anything (with the exception of the magazine itself of course) nor does it want to be a megaphone for toy developers paying them for advertising to shill out word of mouth for upcoming products. Instead, it’s a magazine for collectors by collectors. Each amazing article is respectfully written by real people who want nothing more than to share their knowledge on the various collectibles and characters they love. It was easy for me to connect with each article because each person humbly appeared to have the same passion for the world of collectibles that I do, even if the subject in question wasn’t necessarily one I personally collect.

    I can’t wait for issue two and beyond!

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