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The DC headquarters is home to one of the greatest collections of comic book memorabilia and one of the most celebrated artists in the game, Jim Lee. The co-publisher and Mark trade favors and end up with their very own pieces of pop culture.
Mark's affinity for Godzilla leads him to collector Scott Zillner, whose home is filled with thousands of monsters and robots and whose passion transcended his home and led to the creation of Power Morphicon.
Jeff Bond's garage holds thousands of handmade spaceship models, and he even played Dr. McCoy in a fan-made Star Trek series. So Mark sets him up with a visit to the most iconic spaceship model of them all, the Nostromo.
How do you collect something the size of a pinball machine? Mark visits collector Gene Lewin, owner of the Vintage Arcade Superstore, to find out.
One of the greatest collections of Hollywood film props ever amassed resides in the quiet suburbs of the San Fernando Valley. Mark takes a rare look inside the home of world famous collector, Bob Burns.
When the Guinness Book of Records gets involved, you know it's serious. Mark Hamill meets Jordy Gellar, curator of one of the largest Nike collections ever assembled and creator of the world's first Shoezeum.
Some collectibles are shrouded in rumors and mystery. Join Mark as he explores the story behind one of the most notorious Star Wars figured ever, the Rocket Firing Boba Fett.
Movie cars are as iconic as the heroes they transport, but to collect them takes a museum. Join Mark as he explores the Hollywood collection at the Petersen Auto Museum.
Mark meets collector Brandon Alinger, who took boots-on-the-ground collecting to the next level when he convinced his family to travel to Tunisia in search of movie props.
Mark meets with DreamWorks Animation's Chief Creative of Global Franchise Group, Rick Rekedal, and high-end statue creators at Gentle Giant to learn more about the journey toys take to reach our mantels.
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