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Patrick A. Riley

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  • Birthday 06/29/1979

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  1. Updated today http://forums.toynewsi.com/index.php?showtopic=2028346 Or just click link in my sig
  2. Updated today http://forums.toynewsi.com/index.php?showtopic=2028346 Or just click link in my sig
  3. Finally! Thanks to Ottobratte at Joecustoms.com http://www.filedropper.com/cobrasrevenge
  4. Same here. My SDCC Destros were shipped from CA (with no packing material), not from PA as HTS orders usual are
  5. First game is tomorrow! Don't forget to enter and save your picks! Deadline is 5 minutes before each game
  6. Go here: http://football.fantasysports.yahoo.com/pickem/register/joingroup and under "Join Private Group" enter the Group ID# and Password Group ID#: 3916 Password: yojoe and then click Join Group Only a limited number of spaces are available Good luck!
  7. My Marshall's only had sets #1 & #2 just like every other store in Delaware (or so it seems)
  8. Dojo & Banzai (they have ponytails - Dojo is bald w/o it) and I guess Zanzibar & Buzzer too Hannibal's hair is also kind of long
  9. Early on, I would crack open the chest of a (good) figure just to get the O-ring to use on another figure. I don't think I had a proper screwdriver or else the screw was stripped Also, when I got back into collecting in late 2001, I sold or traded off complete sets of accessories from my 91-94 figures (which were no longer mint anyway). I wish I didn't because I kept everything in great condition and once I decided that a complete collection of figures was a possibilty, it was kinda hard (and much more expensive) to get everything again. Of course, some of the accs. were not in the same condition as the stuff I sold Other than that, I've sold a few things for much less than I could have gotten and paid too much for some things too. But it all evens out
  10. Same here But then again, that is the only reason I have bought any 25th style figures: for certain accessories
  11. I included the punctuation for Mindbender and BAT and got them right. Their answers did not, but still said mine matched Did you type it the same way you did above? You would probably need a space between Dr. and Mindbender
  12. That's something I agree with and failed to mention in my earlier post. I had already done that by buying the JvC and VvV lines. They were similar but each differed in size from ARAH (as well as from each other) and were not entirely compatible. They simply don't fit in size-wise with my ARAH stuff, except for the VvV women. The 25th line is not similar to any of those three and that's enough of a reason
  13. I have bought a few, but mainly for the cool new accessories which are the highlight of the line. I also had to get all the MASS Device packs to just for the MASS I like that we finally got a "silver pads" Major Bludd and a cartoon shirt Ripper. I simply don't like the look of them. The gap in the chest and the bobble head bother me. It's not that bad with figures like BAT, Nemesis and Wraith or ones with some sort of covering for the chest, but it really sticks out on the others. The fact that they're difficult to take apart is another negative (boil water and pop open with sharp objects?) More articulation = more that could go wrong. It doesn't matter to me anyway if they can't bend at the waist. But neither 25th or ARAH are perfect. I judge an ARAH figure's articulation by seeing if the hands can interlock directly above the head (the equivalent of real people touching their opposite elbows) Many cannot lock hands due to short or bulky arms (and the necessary design of the arms in the torso) or wide V-shaped torsos. Money is another issue, but if I liked them, I would have found a way to collect them all. But if I sell the ones I have for sale, everything I've kept will be free
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