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Now this is a very dark psichological question i may ask u guys: WHAT HAPPENS TO YOUR GODZILLA COLLECTION WHEN YOU GET OLD AND ARE ABOUT TO DIE?
I am turning 15 now in february and i already feel old ,so asked my self this question for a few times. What happens to my figures, or my comics or games? will some one throw it all away? will it be selled? or will there be a future family member who keeps all together in honor ?
Write down what do you want to do with you collection( handle it over some kids or whatever)
id want one of my children to take it as long as i find that they care about it as much as i did and would be will to take care of it
Uh, you're only 15 kid... I'm way, way older than you and I don't even worry about that kind of thing. Just enjoy it while you're young, man.
Your right Gmans887, but he is smart to think ahead of time. I will give to my children, if I have any or my mom or sisters.
you know that really scares me about the future.
I will give it to my children, if I have any, or give it to either my best friend or my sister.
"There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self." - Ernest Hemingway.
my niece is 8 and turning into a Godzilla fan so she'll probably get the collection
Yeah I would do the same, I would pass them on to my children then they can pass them on to their children and so on.
I don't like it when other people besides my mom or my best friend handles them, so I would have them buried with me, or give them to my friend.
FOR SCIENCE OF COURSE!
Personally, I plan to be buried with the first Godzilla I recieved from my dad when I was 4 years old. I will probably end up buying my kids Godzillas to play with when they reach the age appropriate because my collection consists of a couple that you should not remove from the shelf. When I die I want my first Godzilla buried with me and the rest either my kids can split or they can be sold and the money used towards my grandchildren's college funds. And just for kicks I'd probably have "Requiem" from Gojira or "Requiem" from Godzilla vs. Destoroyah played at my funeral hahaha :D
Well since things like video cassettes are already near useless and that's what most of my Godzilla movies are I doubt they'd survive for the amount of years it'd take for me to die anyway
@DURPOO4 - Yeah that is very true, last night I watched Godzilla vs The Sea Monster on VHS which is like 30 years old and it was in such terrible shape. Imagine it in like another 50 years or so...THE DAMN THING WON'T EVEN BE ABLE TO PLAY!!!!