Fun Publications debuts Action Figure Display System

Every collector has this dilemma– how best to display your loose figure collection?  There are never enough of the proprietary action figure stands that are usually included with most figures in a line but those aren’t always the most exciting things in the world.  Plus, nothing is more boring than row upon row of figures stacked in front of each other in a relatively static environment.  After all, a good display can really make a collection “POP!”  Enter a new solution from Fun Publications…

Fun Publications introduces a new and dynamic way to display!

Fort Worth, TX – April 19th, 2011 – Fun Publications, Inc, the promoter of BotCon, GIJoeCon and the operators of the Official Collectors’ Clubs for both Transformers and G.I. Joe under license from Hasbro, is proud to present a new and exciting offering to the action figure collecting community!

The company has developed an “Action Figure Display System” for use in displaying different brands of 4″ action figures such as G.I. Joe, Star Wars, Marvel Universe and many more. What sets this system apart from other “figure stands” on the market is the wide variety of ways it can be integrated into almost any collection. It is MORE than just a “stand”.

“We wanted to create something that gave collectors options for displaying their figures and give them the ability use their own imaginations in the process”, says Brian Savage of Fun Publications. “We think that collectors will come up with other uses beyond what we’ve already envisioned and that they will look forward to the additional add-ons and upgrades that we are already discussing.”

Diorama style backdrop cards can be used to create mini-environments utilizing an upright clip arm and another clip at the rear foot of the base. The upright arm can also be removed and the foot clip used to display file cards or other package elements. Carded figures can also be displayed along side an “out of package sample” as well.

The bases have two individual foot pegs, which allow unique posing ability for single figures, giving maximum stability, or two figures can be displayed together by allocating one foot peg to each figure. The stands can be aligned and share a common backdrop if so desired.

The multiple applications and modular construction are why this is called a “system” and not “figure stands”. The unique design will allow for the addition of other elements and modifications in the future to add even more flexibility to the “Action Figure Display System”.


For over 15 years, Fun Publications, Inc. has been a Hasbro licensee offering fans and collectors of pop culture memorabilia news, exclusive product and family events through different print offerings, websites, collector clubs and brand specific conventions such as GIJoeCon and BotCon.  Located in Fort Worth Texas, Fun Publications reaches a large audience, serving the United States and many other countries such as Japan, Great Britain, Brazil, Australia and Canada. For more information visit,,, and

To order your own Action Figure Display System (AFDS), just visit the Club Store today!

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