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  • Ingis

    My name is Ingis. I’m from Belgium, a little country in the middle of the Western-Europe. I’m born in 1985. I’m getting old.

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  • Ikaryas

    I’m Ikaryas, I’m the one who came up with this idea and decided on the name given to this little project. Did I Mention I’m Crazy comes forth out of the strange looks we get when people see our collection.

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Did I Mention I'm Crazy?

Max Factory

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    Figure, Review / April 8, 2013

    I won’t break you. Yet.

    Sometimes, we catch a break and get lucky.
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    Figure, Review / October 5, 2012

    What’s past is prologue.

    I really love Nintendo merchandise. Especially from characters that I've liked for years. One of those characters already has a semi-nice statue but this PVC really blows that one out of the water! And all others like it as well!
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    Figure, Review / May 25, 2012

    This isn’t the time to be dead.

    A little bit more then two months ago, I reviewed the European special edition of a really weird, but good, game. Even before that I mentioned that the two ladies of that game are being made by an this so far unknown company. But before even that, Max Factory released the naughtiest of the two ladies; Catherine!
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    Geek Stuff, News / February 17, 2012

    Some nice game merchandise announcements!

    Two times a year there is the Tokyo Wonder Festival, at this moment the winter edition is almost at an end. At the same time in another continent, the NYC Toy Fair in full swing. Both fairs are announcing some pretty nice game related merchandise. We here at DIMIC are so friendly to share the news with our beloved readers. Yeah, I mean you...
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    Action Figure, Figure, Preview / September 14, 2011

    Samus here, Samus there, Samus Everywhere.

    If you think of Nintendo licences most likely Mario or Kirby will pop up in your head. But there is also Metroid, one of the most ancient series in the Nintendo universe. Metroid on the NES shocked many gamers when the end credits were scrolling over the screen. The protagonist was a female, which was unseen at the time and left many gamers with an open jaw staring at the screen. But if you think back and give this a very good thought you can only come to the conclusion that it was insanely brilliant.