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  1. Rumor has it that to save on production costs, particularly in the effects and make-up departments that Senator Rick Scott from Florida will be assuming the roll of the Crypt Keeper. Producers are quite excited about this change as the Senator would not require an early call time to the set as zero preparation and make-up would be required to turn him into our living dead host.
  2. Well this is more of a related topic: I just picked up a BTTF II Marty and I would like to know if anyone has confirmed if there is a waste pivot under his red shirt. It feels like the torso piece is separate from the pelvic piece but I am not brave enough to take an exacto blade to the bottom of the shirt where it meets the Jean's. Has anyone already done this? I am really disappointed that NECA calls this an ultimate figure without waist pivot. Back To The Future Ultimate Marty McFly (Audition) Fi
  3. I just picked up BTTF 2 Marty at Target. Can anyone who has the figure help me out with this question?: Is there a waist swivel under the red shirt? It feels like there is some flexibility between the torso and pelvic piece but I dont have the guts to take a blade to the bottom of the shirt to cut it loose from the Jean's to find out. Has anyone done this yet?? It annoys me that NECA calls this an "ultimate" figure without a waist pivot.
  4. I typically enjoy the photo section more when the photographer accompanies their work with a blurb on the materials, items and figures used in the shot. For me it makes it more interesting. I get it if they just want the work to stand on it's own but I am a creative kinda guy and love the sharing of ideas and techniques. This is a beautiful shot. Very well done and dramatic. But for those that dont know, this looks to be the Disney 11 inch Vader figure that was breifly available years back. So i know the scale but would love to know where the backdrop is from and what technique or softwa
  5. Taking a pass on this one. If I want Pinhead Marty, I'll just RIP off his life preserver from the previous issue. BRING ON THE CAR!!!!
  6. Ok, I get that. I did not realize it was a repaint and minimal or no tooling was necessary. Suffice to say I am not a Kong collector so I was not aware of this.
  7. Agreed. "Some interest". But is "some interest" enough to put a time and money investment to tooling this and bringing it to market and then reap a profit? Or is it that the NECA owner has F U money and he can do what he wants? If this is the case, I get it,but anything outside of that, I get dont get it. I'd love a contest to guess how many units will be sold. I dont think it would top 1000 but there is no way NECA would let us know the answer. Right now even more popular and contemporary licenses like BTTF are warming the shelves of all the Targets in my area. Hazmat suit Marty shelf counts
  8. Again I puzzled by what NECA and similar companies bring to market. Things like this and Richard Simmons. Do they do any market research to see if they will make a profit on these figures? To me it seems it's more like "damn the torpedoes,full steam a head". Are people clamoring for a 1933 Kong? I gotta think that selling 50 of these is not worth the effort,while more popular and contemporary licences go overlooked. How is it that a company with a license like star trek wont make product saying that their research shows there is not enough demand while another company puts out 1933 Kong??? I w
  9. It's not "Jaws". Its not "damn shark". His name is Bruce!!!
  10. Would have preferred the 6 or 7 inch size as well This scale is still priced out of my budget.
  11. Wow, your work is awesome! No evidence of layers that 3-D printing is known for. If you paint your guy green and give him a wild boar head you have an instant Gamorrean Guard.
  12. Still waiting for "Delorean Marty". The one that comes with the Delorean time machine accessory. I'm a DeloreanMan not a Mandalorian.
  13. Someone had previously referred to this as "Pinhead Marty". I like the sound of that better than Audition Marty.
  14. I dont know if anyone else has considered this, but Mandos are not the swiftest race in the Star Wars galaxy and this figure is a prime example: I mean who wears a cape or rag right next to the open flame of a jet pack exhaust? To me that is just asking for trouble. Lol.
  15. Would love to know how many of these sell at release. My guess is 50.
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