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  • CollectionDX Network

    About CollectionDX

    The goal of CollectionDX is to provide reviews, news and information from the world of Japanese Toys, Action Figures and Pop Culture. Although our content focuses on Japanese toys, it really comes down to whatever we think is cool at the time.

    History

    Back in 1999, I started a small on-line store in my basement called CYBERTOYZ. It was mainly to supplement my collecting habits, but I quickly found out that I was not cut out for the world of retail toy selling. I sold the domain in 2001.


    cybertoyz.com, circa 2000

    I was happy to be out of the business of selling toys, but I missed the aspect of cataloging them. I thought, for my next experiment, I would make a web site that would basically be a gallery of my toy collection. I thought it would be good for insurance purposes. Thus, in 2001, CollectionDX was born. Initially, I had collections of all kinds listed - from Robots, to Star Wars, to Barbie, but I decided to just focus on what I like.

    CollectionDX.com, circa 2001
    CollectionDX.com, circa 2001

    In 2003, with the help of Russell Cox, I switched the site to a rudimentary content management system. We began to solicit advertisers, and at this point, we were able to cover our operating expenses.

    CollectionDX.com, circa 2005
    CollectionDX.com, circa 2005

    In 2006 we moved to the open source Content Management System, Drupal.

    Once we had the ability for users to register and comment, things took off. Our membership grew, and so did our traffic. During this period we produced original toys with Kaiju Big Battel and Onell Design, and Josh co-wrote a book. New contributors came on board, and it was in 2008 a partnership was formed, and CollectionDX LLC was registered. By 2009 we had outgrown our server, and our software was aging rapidly. Frequent downtime plagued the site so a plan was formed. We would upgrade. CollectionDX V2 as it was known to staff members was shut down to new content in October, 2010. Rising in its place was a new and improved CollectionDX, with increased speed, stability, and a host of new features.

    The Future

    In the coming years, we hope to continue to grow and bring you the best coverage in Japanese Toys and Action Figures. We will be rolling out new features all the time, and we are always looking to hear what you think about CollectionDX. We are always looking for people to contribute collections and content to the site. The CollectionDX family is always expanding.

    Staff

    Joshua Bernard (JoshB)
    President / Editor in Chief / Owner / Giant Robot Pilot

    Andrew Collie (VF5SS)
    News / The Veef Show / Writer

    Ben Mininberg (Prometheum5)
    Copyeditor / Writer

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    Writer / Super Sentai Series specialist, LEGO maniac, Trans-fan,
    EVA nut, Browncoat

    Rob Braun (mobilesuit_rob)
    Writer / Gundam toy and model master

    Dave Keymont (Nekrodave)
    Writer / Jumbo Machinder freak, Monster collector

    Leonardo Flores (modcineaste)
    Writer / Director / Mod

    Robby Musso (rex_203)
    Artist

     

    Jeremy Kaufman (Ginrai)
    Destroy All Podcasts DX / Writer

    Michael En (Dkun)
    Writer

    Josh Reed (Jmann)
    Writer / King of Space

    Josh Larimer (The Enthusiast)
    Writer

    Charles Diaz (Chachipower)
    Writer

    Dan Rundlett (Anavel)
    Writer

    Sanjeev Selvaraj (Sanjeev)
    Writer / Jerk

    Alumni

    Roger Harkavy

    Mason Fitch

    Russell Cox

    Dan Webber (Shogundan)

     
    日本播放一区二区三区
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