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Reenact some of your favorite IT moments. Stanley Uris and Mike Hanlon represent a couple of the members of The Losers Club, ready to fight The Bowers Gang, Pennywise and any other horrors the town of Derry, Maine can conjure. Pennywise the Dancing Clown is ready to strike terror and turmoil into the hearts of the town’s residents. Look for this set hitting shelves now. You can pre-order this now at BigBadToyStore.com.
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I think these are a bit overpriced. I guess they have licensing fees to pay and all that, but these Reaction style figures should be a few bucks less in my opinion. 

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1 hour ago, Thinwheat said:

I think these are a bit overpriced. I guess they have licensing fees to pay and all that, but these Reaction style figures should be a few bucks less in my opinion. 

Agreed... It’s like they’re trying really hard to make the ReAction figures a line of niche collectibles. Take the previous releases of con exclusive Golden Girls, and then Married, With Children sets. I personally think they’re overreaching.

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56 minutes ago, sXeblues said:

Agreed... It’s like they’re trying really hard to make the ReAction figures a line of niche collectibles. Take the previous releases of con exclusive Golden Girls, and then Married, With Children sets. I personally think they’re overreaching.

 These aren't reactions. The reaction line was returned to Super 7. These have better sculpts and more articulation.These are more like the Stranger Things, Disney Afternoon, and Batman 66 figures.

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On 11/5/2018 at 6:44 PM, AlexisLasek said:

 These aren't reactions. The reaction line was returned to Super 7. These have better sculpts and more articulation.These are more like the Stranger Things, Disney Afternoon, and Batman 66 figures.

Ahh, okay... I remember hearing that a while back, and didn’t realize it was already a thing. Thanks for the heads up! ?

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14 minutes ago, ShemShem said:

What a waste of money. (for me). i just don't like basic figs. Articulation is a big selling point in collecting action figures.

I think there's something really charming about these throw-back type lines. The simplified articulation just adds to that.

Plus, tell me a better way to have Buffy the Vampire Slayer team up with TVs Flash against Michael Meyers, Pennywise the Clown and a Xenomorph!

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On 11/7/2018 at 6:44 PM, ShemShem said:

What a waste of money. (for me). i just don't like basic figs. Articulation is a big selling point in collecting action figures.

I can agree for the most part, the style is not my preference either. That said, if they were able to capture one of my fav interests in plastic form in this style, I’d probably waiver and buy it as a desk topper for work.

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