All the items for sale are listed with title, details, condition, and price.
★Fullmetal Alchemist: Art of the Anime - A hardcover book containing official artwork, details, and screens of the FMA anime. 96 pages.
★Fullmetal Alchemist: Conqueror of Shamballa Official Guide Book - A softcover book containing character introduction, director and voice actor interviews/comments, screenshots, and anime designs.
★Fushigi Yuugi Illustrations: NOT the US version of the book, but the original Japanese release. A softcover full of illustrations by Yuu Watase and an interview as well. In extremely mint condition.
Condition: Extremely Mint
MANGA: BUY 2 GET 1 FREE
All books are in extremely good condition (like new) with the exception of Fushigi Yugi, which has slightly bent edges. Each book is priced at $3, but the FY one is $2.
MAGAZINES: BUY 2 GET 1 FREE
These Newtype issues range from June 2004 to May 2005 (12 issues). Each one is in like-new condition, and have their original posters/inserts and the DVDs that come with each. Each magazine is $3, but for the whole lot, you can make an offer.
SHOUNEN JUMP: BUY 2 GET 1 FREE
All the SJ issues are in good to like-new condition. Only the 2003 issues have some standard age wear on their covers, but that's about it. The June and July 2006 issues are brand-new and still in their plastic. Also $3 each, and can also be sold in a lot.
Front and Side views
The available issues by year:
2003 - June to December
2004 - January to December
2005 - January to May, Sept, Dec.
2006 - January to Oct.
★Final Fantasy VII Vincent Valentine Kotobukiya Resin Statue
My camera is currently dead, so the following is a stock photo. It's new and in the box, and is not to be confused with the newer Advent Children action figures. The Kotobukiya resin figure series are the ones that were released way back in 1997, keeping with the older game art style, and are also extremely rare. I did take it out to check the condition, but other than that, it's been in the box. I'm asking for $85, but as always, I'm willing to negotiate.
EDIT: PICTURES ADDED;
TOP & BOTTOM
FRONT & BACK
Note: The close-ups are of the official ART-FX logo (compare to Devil May Cry figure box here) and the back sticker. The back sticker has the Kotobukiya+ART-FX logos and the distributor's logo as well (Diamond Comics Distributors; a large importer of Japanese PVC figures). If you look close enough, underneath this label is the original Japanese label, hence the second "lighter" Kotobukiya logo and lighter black/red text in Japanese. The figure information on the back of the box itself is also in Japanese.