The West wall displays my spaceship collection, brought together from many different films, tv series, video games, anime, and more.
Three low Billys and another bookshelf can no longer contain all my ships. I need more shelves.
Billy #1 is topped by larger-sized Star Wars vehicles. The first shelf is (mostly) Starfleet ships of Micro Machine and Japanese make. The second has Star Wars Micro Machines, and the third some random large items.
Billy #2 continues the large Star Wars on top. The first shelf has non-Starfleet Star Trek ships. The second has vehicles from a variety of properties, including Babylon5, War Planets (Shadow Raiders), Aliens, Predator, Starship Troopers, Terminator, MIB, and Titan A.E. The bottom shelf includes Buck Rogers, Zoids, Gundam, Thunderbirds, Godzilla, and Xyber 9.
Billy #3 is crowned by the Star Wars Titanium collection. The first shelf is more Starfleet, mainly Furuta with some Hallmark, Johnny Lightning, and others. Below that are a couple of mixed shelves.
The oddly shaped bookshelf has Battlestar Galactica ships on top, along with some Deep Space Nine and the Hallmark Death Star (doesn't that sound odd?) in the corner. The three shelves below are very varied. More details below.
Mini Godzilla figures.
Tiny toys! Let's see... there are Transformers, Air Raiders, Birdman I-Men, Army of Darkness, Lord of the Rings, Marvel Minimates, Kubricks (Reservoir Dogs, Tron, Planet of the Apes, and real and bootleg Star Wars), old style Star Trek Minimates, Star Trek micro figures, Star Trek miniatures, and micro figures from Predator, Alien, Terminator, MIB, Star Trek, Johnny Quest, Xyber 9, Final Fantasy, and probably more...
More minis: Digimon, Pokemon, Yugioh!, Escaflowne, NASA Micro Machines, Playmobil, M.A.S.K., Zoids, Thunderbirds, Gundam, Battle Beasts, micro Starship Troopers and G.I. Joe. Also cars from NASCAR, Blues Brothers, Ultraman, Dukes of Hazzard, Fast and the Furious, and Back to the Future.
The good guys of Starfleet. Mostly Micro Machines, there are a few customs: three clear Defiants, an Equinox, and some resin ships. The left side has small scale Japanese ships.
Star Wars Micro Machines. I've got almost all of them, including some of the rare "book" sets. Toward the left of center is a full set of customized Rogue Squadron X-Wings. Front left corner are three clear ships from Australian Jedi sets (you should see me in my Jedi braids).
Star Trek ships from non-human cultures. Micro Machines on the right, with a few customs in the back and one in front next to the "vintage" Corgi Klingon cruiser. In the front is a random resin Defiant prototype and customized (by me) Reliant. Farther over are Furuta alien ships, the Hallmark Reman Scorpion, and a Cardassian micro series toy.
Babylon5 ships on the right hand side, both from Micro Machines and from the action figure line (love those Minbari ships and White Stars). To the left are more Micro Machines, from Starship Troopers, Aliens, Men In Black, Titan A.E., Terminator, and Predator. The quartet of black ships is from War Planets (Shadow Raiders).
Star Wars Titanium! Not the entire set, but I've got a lot of them (not all are pictured).
Starfleet. Most are Japanese Furuta ships, which are really cool. In the back left corner is the NX-01 from Hallmark, and in the front are some Johnny Lightning, an old micro series Defiant, the Hallmark Delta Flyer, and the rare-ish Captain's Yacht.
This shelf is a mish-mash of things, mostly Japanese ships. The back right is dominated by the two versions of the title aircraft from the anime Yukikaze. Then there are vehicles from Gundam, Thunderbirds, Harlock, Starblazers, and more.
The bottom shelf has some larger-scale ships. Most are from Gundam (don't ask me what their names are), and there are a couple of Alien ships in the front. The red one on the blue stand is the title ship of the anime Outlaw Star.
Battlestar Galactica! Mostly Titanium ships, including the large Galactica on the right. Mixed in on the left are some Japanese Konami BSG ships, as well as some resin models. In the back are two Deep Space Nines, the larger one from Japan and the smaller from Hallmark. Hanging over the scene is the Hallmark Death Star.
Let's see... clockwise from the back left we've got various NASA vehicles, Dragonball Z ships, some flying saucers from Japan and Men In Black, Lilo and Stitch, Independence Day, Podracers, Batman, Terminator, MIB Micro Machines, and more Batman. Coming across the front is the X-Men jet, Darwin from SeaQuest, Airwolf (I was on that show!!!), new Batmobile, Johnny Quest Micro Machines, Buck Rogers starfighters, more assorted stuff, and vehicles from the film Armageddon. Whew!
Another mix. In both back corners are vehicles from Mega Force, an awesome toy line from the 80s. In between those are some Godzilla jets and spaceships and two items from the anime Blue Submarine 6. In the front right corner are G.I. Joe and other military vehicles, then moving to the left are a few Transformers items, and a lot more Godzilla vehicles. You can see on the bottom shelf some other weird stuff, including the rare Predator Action Fleet ship, Kubrick Tron cycles, and Planet of the Apes.