Phoenix was a arcade video game developed by Amstar Electronics in 1980. It featured the typical (for the day) top-down fixed shooter similar to Space Invaders. It, along with Galaxian, was one of the first color games and was noted as being the first video game to feature a “boss” character presented in a separate game challenge.
Forget the big-brand retailers. Geek Slop understands geeks (because we are geeks) and their pop culture collections!
We take great care to ensure the collectable arrives to you in the same condition it came to us. All items are wrapped in tissue and padding to help prevent scratches and reduce the risk of damage. We use only the highest quality boxes and seal all corners and seams to reduce risk of water/liquid damage during transit.
We monitor the pop culture market including the value of our customers’ collectibles even after we’ve sold them – and we let our customers know when the value of their collectible has increased.
- National Flags of the World Domino Set - 100-Piece Wooden Domino Set with flag and country name in four different languages. $19.99
- MacFarlane DC Multiverse Death Metal Batman 7-Inch Action Figure with display base and collector's card $27.99
- Baby Yoda with Egg Canister Funko Pop - Star Wars: The Mandalorian The Child with Egg Canister Deluxe Pop Vinyl Figure #407 $29.99
- Corpse Bride Emily Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure #987 $14.99
- Dr. Fauci Christmas Ornament - "Keep Calm and Wash Your Hands" Dr. Anthony Fauci Ornament $29.99