Collecting this much is pricey, though Martin has put a limit on what he allows himself to spend on single items. “I really try to keep my budget to under $500 an item,” he says. “Some of the statues were around $800 but I don’t really like to pay over $500 for anything.” His collection has ended up pretty diverse, including oddities like a Mario shower head for a power shower. “It’s Mario and Luigi holding up what looks like a pipe,” he says, “but it’s just one of the weirdest items that I have—who thought of that?”
Martin also shows off his collection on his YouTube channel, where he does unboxing videos and reveals his latest hauls. His last video was on very rare Kirby plushies.
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