Batman merchandise has practically taken over Mr Kua Way Hao's bedroom — collectibles include eight figurines of Batman and related characters such as Catwoman and Poison Ivy; a life-sized bust; 10 framed movie posters; and assorted items such as singlets, leggings, a Batarang and tissue box.
This laidback homeowner started collecting the prints and figurines in his late teens, but could not display them properly when he was living with his parents. Now, the 36-year-old can proudly display his belongings throughout his 1,184 sqf bachelor pad in Sengkang.
This three-bedroom maisonette blends a mixture of different styles for an eclectic look! A large, vivacious artwork of Batman bought from Taobao turned the L-shaped staircase into a visual feast for the eyes.
Mr Sia has spent more than $8,000 on Superman-related merchandise, including 200 action figures, 30 medium-sized statues, seven movie posters and 10 DVDs of the movies and animated TV series. He also has Superman-themed T-shirts, stationery sets, tumblers and two sets of cabin luggage.
6) TV host Lee Teng's HDB home is filled with shoes, toys and clothes!
“When I’m free at home, I’ll take out my toys and play with them, like changing their postures or moving them around,” Lee Teng says. He collects figurines of Marvel characters such as Thor and Ironman, as well as DC Comic characters like Batman.