Felt like sharing my toy shelf. Which is temporarily sharing space with my main manga shelf, because I'm low on room space atm. Apologies for the shitty lighting.
I don't have as many MLP toys as a lot of people do, because I only got into the franchise with FiM, and I don't currently consider myself part of the fandom anymore. The plushies were a gift from my grandmother's friends, while the toys were from a McDonald's promotion.
The little horse sitting next to the MLP's is a TokiDoki Unicorno named Bellina. Unicornos are little winged unicorns with tattoos instead of Cutie Marks. They're neat.
Finn was a free, exclusive promotional figure from New York Comic Con 2011, the first year I went. He has 'NYCC '11' on his t-shirt.
Jack Skellington, Epic Mickey, Stitch, Kevin, and Vinylmation Mabel Pines make up the Disney section. There's another Vinylmation behind the Plants vs. Zombies figurine-- he's based on a gargoyle outside the Beauty and The Beast-themed Disney Parks restaurant.
I have other Simpsons merch besides Apu, but sadly, Reboot!Sulu's the only Star Trek merch I own.
You can't see Heavy very well due to the lighting, but I placed his weapons and extra set of hands in front of Egon, for lack of a better place to put them. He's the only figure I own with extra attachments, so I wasn't sure how to swap them out, or store them.
Egon's the only Funko POP! I own, and I don't know if I'll get any more. They're all really nice and cute, but they all look kinda samey. (To be fair, a lot of Egon figures all look the same, regardless of who makes them-- he's never doing anything except frowning and pointing the PKE meter at stuff.)
Most of the Pokémon figures are from McDonald's, with the exception of Ho-Oh (HeartGold pre-order bonus), and both Dragonite and Pikachu (gifts my brother brought me from Japan).
Yami Yugi is from my preteen weeb days, but Yu-Gi-Oh! recently came back for a milestone anniversary, so I got all nostalgic and dragged him out of storage. He had a Millenium Puzzle around his neck, but it was attached with string, and idk if I even still have it.
I don't know the story behind the geisha figure. I know it was a birthday present, but I don't remember who gave it to me, or know where they got it.
Kid Goku was a birthday present. I have an Adult Goku figure around somewhere, too. The Kid one came with a chunk of the tournament stage to display him on, but I don't know where that went.
Emmett was a blind bag figure, too. Our local theatre had a deal where, if you saw The LEGO Movie, you got a free Minifig and a poster. They'd run out of the Minifigs by the time I got there, so I bought one to make up for it.