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  1. Already went there and it does not mention the issues that are missing. The TPBs have all of those. I got the TPBs that they just released this past summer that includes Bane: Vengeance. What I need are the issue numbers of these events: Bane meets Killer Croc and breaks his arms Batman learns Bane was responsible for the assault on Arkham Riddler gets attacked by Bane Bruce's quest to save Tim's dad from Santa Prisca Catwoman's mission to Santa Prisca and any other issues that supplement the Knightfall/Knightquest arc
  2. Okay, so I got two of the Knightfall volumes and I can already tell that certain issues that contain key events that are referenced are missing. Can anybody tell me which issues of Batman that take place during Knightfall & Knightquest are missing so I can track them down? (ie Killer Croc's first encounter with Bane, Bruce's quest to save Drake, etc.) Thanks in advance.
  3. Well so much for a street date. Only TRU had gotten their shipment and it was only a case of the 3.75". Thery had to bring them out from a FedEx drop shipment. Every other place had no stock. Glad I just ordered online. I only needed Grinnah from the 3.75" anyway.
  4. bgiles, where? Were you the one who found them in Cherry Hill in Jersey? Which other figures were there? And finally please post the item number.
  5. Well after getting psyched up at the pics, I just got some bummer news that weakens my confidence in The Bridge as they cancelled the Azog 6" figure. Considering they only showed the dwarves, Bilbo and Gandalf and now the cancellation of a big antagonist, this makes me wonder if Bridge is only going to focus on the main characters and not make others (despite what the pre-order listings showed on BBTS). I do not take that as a good sign for those of us who want an extensive selection of characters. Hopefully they will not cancel the 2-packs as one of them has Bolg.
  6. BBTS just listed The Bridge Direct's Hobbit Toys. No specific figures mentioned but they have the assortment types listed including a 3.75" Goblin Battle Set. Gee I wonder what that could be? Here's the link.. My pre-order came to around 400 for this stuff. Hobbit Movie Toys Listed
  7. spystreak, It's not going to be just 12" figures. here's an excerpt from the press release: "Timed to reach consumers prior to the December 14, 2012 release of the first film, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, The Bridge will debut a multi-category toy line. The battle begins with Basic Action Figures, Adventure Packs, Beast Packs, and highly detailed Collector Figures. Fans can become real-life heroes with premium role play items including a Basic Sting Sword, a Basic Orcrist Sword, a Dwarven Battle Axe, and a Deluxe Sting Sword that features a blue glow just like in the film, bringing the thrill and the fantasy of the two films to life. The Bridge will reveal the 2012 product line to key retail partners in the coming weeks."
  8. Wow. Suddenly it's the end of the world for some of those guys (maybe it will be by the time the movie comes out...). I will reserve judgment until Toy Fair 2012 when I can actually see the product. I am curious though as to what standards a studio uses to award licenses to toys for anticipated blockbusters and how this smaller firm was able to beat out the veterans of several 3.75" movie lines. Curiouser and curiouser. My only other concern (as this is a relatively new toy company) is if they will recognize that the Hobbit franchise has a large and well established fan base and many of the people buying will be adults and be able to throw atleast a few bones acknowledging them (ie not just solid assortments of Bilbo, Thorin and Gandalf but occasional characters like goblin warriors, Beron). Four months til we know.
  9. Robbie: A person on Marvelous News called the Hasbro Shop CS number and they confirmed that they have the exclusives and they will be up today, but they do not know when they will be listed.
  10. It's now official. Mattel has the rights for The Hobbit. Here's the source: Coolest Toys This means for us to have any hope of getting the figures we will have to stick with online stores or order through the comic shops. My eyes will be glued to BBTS.
  11. They also said that to a limited extent, they will do the traditional style figures (0-ring). Of this style, I would really love to see more of the obscure army-builders like the Mega-Viper, Old school EELs, etc. Also, a non-arctic Quinn would be sweet.
  12. I'm stuck in the past. I don't need any new-fangled GI Joes. However, I would love to see a lot of the classic vehicles updated. Hmmm, separate thread maybe.
  13. What are the odds Mattel will ever get around to doing Granny Goodness and the Furies in DCUC style? I absolutely love those sadistic femme fatales and my New Gods collection will just empty unless those gals surround my Darkseid. I only collect New Gods and select Bat Man characters and need good reason to get back to DC collecting. Please Mattel, hook me up.
  14. Well, thegd.com has closed down. Sad really, I loved going over there. time to continue the discussion here. I can't stand Mattel taking the license since their distribution is so poor. Just get me a company that will copy Toy Biz'z style. I don't care if I have to pay a bit more for the quality, I just need to finish up what was started with LOTR.
  15. Thnx for some insight. If any of your friends can get info please share as much as permitted. Toy Industry News eh?
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