Post a photo of your entire anime collection!

Joe

Great Teacher
Time to post some up-to-date photos of my collection, methinks.

First up, DVDs, which live on their own shelves above where my computer sits.





French DVD release of Evangelion. That Tokyo Godfathers set might also be the rarest piece in my entire collection, going by the current asking prices online.

Moving on to the bulk of the collection, is the big black bookshelf, where all of my blu-rays, manga and what little light novels I own live. All the shelves are two rows deep, otherwise I wouldn't have nearly enough room for everything!

First up, blu-ray, with DVD-sized cases starting out:



Front row of top-shelf:



Back row of second shelf:



Front row of second shelf, plus backlog stuff that hasn't been put into its proper place yet:



Moving on to manga, with the first shelf being only a single row deep due to housing the larger-format volumes:



The second shelf of manga is two rows deep, starting in the remainder of the larger volumes before moving on to the more standard size in the back row:



And then the front row:

Sitting on the back row are Japanese volumes of Toto's World, Honey and Clover and The Girl Who Leapt Through Time, plus all three volumes of the Nyoro-n Churuya-san doujinshi.


Sitting on the back row, Japanese volumes of Amanchu!, German volumes of Hyouka, and a duplicate Aqua volume 1 where the first few chapters are printed upside-down and back-to-front.

Then the final shelf of manga, starting with the back row:



And then the front row:

Sitting on the back row: Japanese volumes of Yotsuba&!, Nichijou, some Japanese Pokémon 4-koma set, ADV's volume 1 of Yotsuba&!, a duplicate Welcome to the NHK volume 1, and the Yotsuba & Monochrome Animals picture book.


Pictured at the end is the start of my meagre LN collection, Kizumonogatari, Bakemonogatari parts 1 and 2, and the first two Haruhi novels.

Then finally, the bottom shelf of the unit, housing NISA's Hanasaku Iroha blu-rays sets, since they're too large to really go anywhere else, and the remainder of my pitiful LN collection, Spice & Wolf 1-3:
 
Time to post some up-to-date photos of my collection, methinks.

First up, DVDs, which live on their own shelves above where my computer sits.





French DVD release of Evangelion. That Tokyo Godfathers set might also be the rarest piece in my entire collection, going by the current asking prices online.

Moving on to the bulk of the collection, is the big black bookshelf, where all of my blu-rays, manga and what little light novels I own live. All the shelves are two rows deep, otherwise I wouldn't have nearly enough room for everything!

First up, blu-ray, with DVD-sized cases starting out:



Front row of top-shelf:



Back row of second shelf:



Front row of second shelf, plus backlog stuff that hasn't been put into its proper place yet:



Moving on to manga, with the first shelf being only a single row deep due to housing the larger-format volumes:



The second shelf of manga is two rows deep, starting in the remainder of the larger volumes before moving on to the more standard size in the back row:



And then the front row:

Sitting on the back row are Japanese volumes of Toto's World, Honey and Clover and The Girl Who Leapt Through Time, plus all three volumes of the Nyoro-n Churuya-san doujinshi.


Sitting on the back row, Japanese volumes of Amanchu!, German volumes of Hyouka, and a duplicate Aqua volume 1 where the first few chapters are printed upside-down and back-to-front.

Then the final shelf of manga, starting with the back row:



And then the front row:

Sitting on the back row: Japanese volumes of Yotsuba&!, Nichijou, some Japanese Pokémon 4-koma set, ADV's volume 1 of Yotsuba&!, a duplicate Welcome to the NHK volume 1, and the Yotsuba & Monochrome Animals picture book.


Pictured at the end is the start of my meagre LN collection, Kizumonogatari, Bakemonogatari parts 1 and 2, and the first two Haruhi novels.

Then finally, the bottom shelf of the unit, housing NISA's Hanasaku Iroha blu-rays sets, since they're too large to really go anywhere else, and the remainder of my pitiful LN collection, Spice & Wolf 1-3:
A really nice collection! Out of interest, how much were the SAC sets with postage? I'd be very tempted!
 
I'm terrible at keeping track of time and it's actually been 2.5 years!
Even for 2.5 years that's crazy. Been collecting for 10 years now but I don't even have half of that. I dont do blind buys and I only buy what I really like and if there's a high chance to watch it again though.

Oh and yeah get some shelves :)
 

IncendiaryLemon

Captain Karen
AUKN Staff
Think I'll have to invest in some of those boxes at some point for manga. My shelf is pretty much full. Mind you, I'd have to sort a lot of crap from under my bed out first to have a place to put the boxes!
 
Out if interest, can I ask where you got your Kizumonogatari? I have AoA's and it's in a clear amaray, I thought they were all like that. Mine might also be slightly thicker, but that could be my imagination.
I uhh, re-cased it using one of the standard UK slim cases like the rest of the series, because I am a crazy person...

Original case is sat in the slip in a meta box of boxes.