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About jedicrippler

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  • Birthday 08/27/1975

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    Carbondale, IL
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    SW, wrestling, comics, G1 TFs, Godzilla, anime

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  1. One of the local Southern Illinois WMs had Battle Cat, He-Man & Skeletor yesterday. I'm assuming it's just He-Man & Skeletor in the first case as my buddy said they had 3 & 2 respectively.
  2. At the very least, I really want to get that Evil figure. The accessories are amazing!
  3. Qui-Gon Jinn. Never even saw the original release in stores at all. Would be nice to have a second shot.
  4. Dang, that really does seem like it could be the inspiration for this new movie version. Not bad at all.
  5. Yeah, who cares about those who could lose their jobs due to business being down. And also losing their health coverage because the only way they could get any was through said job. And then getting sick & not being able to afford to go to the doctor. And then spreading that sickness farther. You're absolutely right. The effect on the toy industry (or any industry) is totally unimportant. Maybe if there was, I don't know, some sort of ability for every single person to have health coverage without having to worry about being in permanent debt due to the greed of the healthcare industry. God forbid, people think about each other instead of just themselves.
  6. He did. I usually had to put his gun in it (it's just the loop sticking up) because I had the version with the right hand that couldn't actually hold the blaster. LOL
  7. No, there was no BoP commercial. And the WW84 was just a product tie-in for the Tide running gag commercial. That ran way too long.
  8. I'd guess it's because they've seen that at least three realities have now been merged into one. So they're assuming that everything else is still gone. And the showrunner for Crisis, Marc Guggenheim, has implied that it's a plot point, apparently.
  9. The second transport was there the whole time. It was sitting right next to the one they put Chewie on.
  10. Lucha Underground is pretty much dead. Most of the roster had to threaten lawsuits to get out of their contracts because nothing was being done and they were prevented from working most other promotions.
  11. Yeah, that extra little crossover was a surprise. And the ending and everything that it set up is awesome. And some more teases of things to come (and something that came before, oddly enough). Very fun. As comic shows should be.
  12. Unless they're strictly Cobra troopers/officers/CGs/BATs/every other type of Cobra grunt or some generic green shirts for the Joes. Those multi-packs they put out in the mid-00s were pretty nice.
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