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granbeetle

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  1. I have him but, it was from BBTS as Hawk pointed out.
  2. I really think Hasbro is dropping the ball by not having her out yet but, if we ever get a Scarlett, I think the hair should look exactly like this. http://afigures.com/g/?mode=view&album=200...ze=800&start=15
  3. Thanks for your responses. I appreciate it. I'm looking foward to this figure.
  4. try reading & then you wouldn't have to ask So far the only difference that we know of is some more accessorys, I think these guys like to do different heads & things too for theres though... This is why I don't post often on most boards. Perhaps I should rephrase my question so I don't get accused of not reading again. I did read and realized there is an extra accessory but, I was wondering if there was any other differences that are known. I don't keep up with all the star wars news and don't even know what other boards to go to find out such things, but I am interested in this 12" in line. Any help with info would be appreciated. Are there any differences between the exclusive and regular, other than an extra accessory,?
  5. Does anyone know around what time on the 11th this will go up for preorder? Also, what is the difference between the exclusive edition and regular edition?
  6. I think the new figures are pretty cool but, I understand why the 3/4th GI Joe fans are upset. Hopefully Hasbro will keep the 3/4 inch line going for those collectors. My biggest gripe with the new figures is the price, it seems high. Still, I like the designs and articulation of the new figures and am looking foward to them.
  7. Awesome, just awesome. I'm happy just to see what these figures would look like. Now I'll really be happy if they officially say when they are going to be released.
  8. Budget and time. Can't afford to go now. Maybe next year.
  9. I don't know if I was the one who said the Yamato 1/48 was superior to the toynami but, I sure as heck will now It is all a matter of opinion and somewhat subjective but, I'm more then willing to state my opinion that the 1/48 is more detailed, accurate and complex than toynami's 'veritechs.' I am careful when transforming all my toys but all that aside, I still think the 1/48 is not as fragile as some would like to make it out to be. Definitely no Bandai chunky monkey (those guys are unstoppable) but, pretty darn sturdy. And yes, I have transformed my 1/48's multiple times. However, I do agree that the 1/48 is more a display piece than a toy.
  10. Yamato 1/48 all the way. If you are a Macross fan you cannot go wrong. I own 3 of them and will probably get more. My favorite toy around. If money is a concern you can always get a yamato 1/60 strike. And no, the 1/48 is not as fragile as many make it out to be. Toynami Valks come last in my book. If you like models check out hasegawas VF-1 valks.
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