This is more of a question than an ad, years ago I collected like mad all the Thundercats production print material I could find. Promo photos, marketing plans and advertisements, catalogs, scripts, newspaper & magazine ads, characters sketches and designs, LJN catalogs, storyboards, etc etc. I copied it all into 5 bound volumes for my shelf. But now I sit with all this print material, a lot of it rare and original. I tried selling some on ebay a while back and it didn't garner even close to the price I paid. No one seems to care about print/production thundercats material, well no one that wants to spend money on it. If a catalog from 1985 with thundercats in it, can only be sold for 15 bucks, I'd rather keep it, knowing I'll probably never see it up for sale again. I was just wondering if that was the general sentiment, like print/production material is cool to see but nothing you would pay for. Seems like toys are the only thing that gets ppl excited. I have 2 kids now and it would be awesome to be in the green for a little while if I could. Was just looking for some opinions/advice. Thanks!