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Old 04-03-06, 01:47 PM
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Iím really fond of the Sideshow Kroenen figures and mask that I got.

Iím surprised that they havenít announced a V for Vendetta figure. Iíd buy that one up in a second.

Who knows? They havenít announced their convention exclusives yet. Maybe thereís still some hope.
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My local Suncoast was not on the list of stores closing. I'm thinking of heading to the mall to look for some figures. Anyone been by there lately to see if any where on clearance. Last time I was there, they had the 19" Jason for around $35. I want to get that one. I think they also had one of the Robocops.

The Bram Stoker's Dracula box set has been released. I would like to get that one as well. I used to collect the smaller ones, but I think I'm going to stricly buy the large figures and boxed sets.
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I don't know about Suncoast, but I picked up a 12" "Brain" Gremlin from one of the closing Sam Goody stores. I didn't pick them up but they also had some of the Sin City and Family Guy figures.
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T2 fans...

I might pre-order my first bust ever since this one looks very good - http://www.sideshowtoy.com/mas_asset.../8334-QTVR.mov

They also will have a 20 inch and 60 inch Hunter Killer prop - http://www.sideshowtoy.com/behindtheshow/?page_id=1723
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Nothing for me as far as exclusives from Comic Con this year. I end up fleaBaying them anyways.
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I have a few exclusives in mind. I want to see 'em in person first.
Old 07-18-06, 09:11 PM
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The only Sideshow thing that I've orderd was this. Still waiting for it to ship though.

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Wow, they just announced a whole bunch of new figures. Lots of 12 inch Star Wars figures including Jabba, and more Life Size Busts. My favorite was Yoda Life-Size bust, but imagine how much that is going to cost. Does anyone know if these are Con exclusives only, or can anyone order these?

I've ordered a whole bunch from Sideshow already, I think I'm addicted. I have these all on order:

Jaws Marquette
Jigsaw 28 inch puppet
Darth Maul 12 inch
Freddy Kruger (from Dream Warriors) 12 inch
RoboCop 12 inch
Chopper Predator (from AVP) 14 inch
Elder Predator (from AVP) 14 inch
Scarface final battle 12 inch
Zombie 12 inch

I already have in my Celtic and Scar Predators too from previous orders.
Old 07-20-06, 08:11 PM
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Originally Posted by Kudama
Iím surprised that they havenít announced a V for Vendetta figure. Iíd buy that one up in a second.
He's coming soon from NECA!


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Old 07-20-06, 11:43 PM
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Jack Sparrow Cinemaquette
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Has anyone seen those Star Wars Transformers? Are those new?

Slave 1 <-> Boba Fett
Palpatine <-> Imperial Shuttle(IIRC)

...and so on for other characters.
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So Indy is "pending approval"? Is there an estimated MSRP? I want that...
Old 07-21-06, 09:56 AM
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So Indy is "pending approval"? Is there an estimated MSRP? I want that...
Both are pending approval. Chances are they won't be for sale until next year.

Sparrow is suppose to cost $1500. Not sure about Indy.
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I want that Indy. I'm gonna start saving up.
Old 07-30-06, 07:47 PM
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Those Cinemaquettes are amazing. I thought their Arnie Terminator was flawless, but they've really outdone themselves.

Their Aragorn, unfortunately, is their first "off" likeness, which is a killer considering how expensive those things are.
http://www.rebelscum.com/sdcc06/sdcc...e/IMG_0920.JPG

I think the problem is it looks more like the gaunter, slightly older History of Violence Viggo.

This angle is really bad:
http://www.rebelscum.com/sdcc06/sdcc...e/IMG_0921.JPG
That one reminds me of the Undertaker from WWE. Contrast to the Indy and Jack Sparrow, where they look incredible from every angle.

A gallery with many shots of all of them:
http://www.rebelscum.com/sdcc06/sdcc...te/default.asp
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That Aragorn looks more like Peter Stormare.
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Wow, the Indy and Jack Sparrow cinemaquettes look amazing! (IMO Jack Sparrow looks the best)

$1500 is pretty steep but if I had the extra money to through around they would be mine.

I can't tell if it's just the angle or if Indy's nose is kinda fucked up.
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Originally Posted by GoldenJCJ
I can't tell if it's just the angle or if Indy's nose is kinda fucked up.
Maybe they used an old mold from an Owen Wilson figure?
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Originally Posted by Giantrobo
Has anyone seen those Star Wars Transformers? Are those new?

Slave 1 <-> Boba Fett
Palpatine <-> Imperial Shuttle(IIRC)

...and so on for other characters.
They are crap. I bought one, and nearly broke it 10 minutes after opening the package. Cheap POS. Returned it.

Originally Posted by GoldenJCJ
I can't tell if it's just the angle or if Indy's nose is kinda fucked up.
Harrison Ford has a fucked up nose. Always has. But I see what you are looking at. Not sure. He needs more stubble.

Sparrow looks amazing.
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Loving the Indy, a must cop.
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Oh, some of the Marvel fans might have liked this piece with an edition size of only 50.

Gray Hulk VS Spider-Man:
I bought that one (green hulk) for my boyfriend! We have to put it in a case before my kitty finds spideys fingers! (he a chewer)
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Whoah! Lucky guy. If you ever need a new one let me know.
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I have the Aliens dropshop/APC combo, it's DEFINITELY worth the money, it's mostly die-cast and has lots of moving parts. The cannon on the APC even rotates and slides back on it's track!

I am also waiting on the Jaws maquette to show up as well.

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