Marvel Legends & other figures.

moonmaster

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Yeah, and that's juts a department store aisle. I grew up less than ten minutes from a Toy R Us, and I still live right by it, and it was even more amazing than anything any kid growing up these days could imagine.
Toys R Us rocks.
 

Joe Kalicki

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So I was at Target today waiting in line to buy my paper towels and they had these Hot Wheels two-packs hanging by the register. One of the cars was a 60s TV show Batmobile! So, I bought it. It was only two bucks for the pack. These things are cheap.

Then, I bought a Tide stick that was hanging next to the Hot Wheels.

I'm so impulsive.
 

thee great one

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So I was at Target today waiting in line to buy my paper towels and they had these Hot Wheels two-packs hanging by the register. One of the cars was a 60s TV show Batmobile! So, I bought it. It was only two bucks for the pack. These things are cheap.

Then, I bought a Tide stick that was hanging next to the Hot Wheels.

I'm so impulsive.

Like the time you bought a belt.
 

ProjectX2

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Gemini showed me the DC figurines that Eaglemoss (the guys that do the Classic Marvel Figurine Collection) are doing. OMFG I WANT THEM NOW.
 

ProjectX2

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Yeah, the DC ones already look a lot better. Their poses are more varied too.

They're not perfect, but they're still quite good. The special Batman figure is amazing.

http://www.eaglemoss.com/dc/
 

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