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  1. Case in point, instead of using their social media to get our real helpful information about their products we get pointless tweets like this
  2. The Target employees i talked to told me not to expect anymore Cobra Island figures. Now IDK how truthful that is but most stores got their cases of each of the single packed figures with 6 figures. I dont think there were plans for more right now. It was the bad communication with when to release and sell them that was the biggest problem on those. Now Baroness obviously has been delayed for whatever reason, and delays especially this year are perfectly understandable. Again however, the problem lies with bad communication. If Baroness wasnt going to be out this month it would have taken Hasbro seconds to make a tweet on social media letting people know or Target. You right Hasbro relies primarily on methods of free advertising to promote these things, but had they put the word out sites like this one would have def helped get the word out to those that are actually interested in buying them.
  3. A number of folks have written in about finding at Target stores what seems to be a most unannounced 8" Cloth Retro Bill And Ted's Excellent Adventure Ted "Theodore" Logan figure from NECA. The figure itself appears to be a re-release of the figure that came in the previously released Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure Two-Pack. The weird things for this set however is the price Target stores have been reportedly charging for the figure which is $60. That's as much as the original 2-pack cost that had both Bill and Ted. Well indications are that Target has made an error in their price and that is should only cost around $30. Now if you happen to come across the figure in the wild and its still showing a $60 price tag, good luck on convincing someone to change the price for you, but I would recommend you hold off on buying it until they do. If for some reason you already bought one for $60, then I'd probably go back to the store and ask for a refund of the difference in price. Thanks to folks who sent in word on this one.
  4. The Frazetta One:12 Collective Death Dealer Vault Collection The One:12 Collective presents Frank Frazetta’s Death Dealer; based on the genre-defining works of master artist, Frank Frazetta. Included in this authenticated vault set is a limited edition Death Dealer One:12 Collective figure, a unique hand silk-screened art print, and pin set - all inspired by the legendary artist’s work and endorsed by the Frank Frazetta Art Museum in PA. About the vault’s contents: The One:12 Collective Death Dealer includes a range of battle-ready weapon accessories, glowing eyes, and posing FX to invoke the dark atmosphere of the original paintings and illustrations. Outfitted in combat garb including his horned helmet, fortified and changeable armor, and a removable cloak, the Death Dealer is ready for the grim tasks at hand! An ancient tribe spoke of a figure draped in darkness with eyes as bright as fire, so powerful that he had an army of the living dead at his command. They called him the Death Dealer. With one swing of his axe, Death Dealer would execute any who visited his domain. THIS EXCLUSIVE VAULT COLLECTION CONTAINS: Death Dealer Art Print – a limited edition, hand silk-screened art print featuring the foreboding executioner standing over a slain opposer. Enamel Pin Set – three limited edition enamel inlaid pins. This pin set features rubber clutch backings and is perfect for a shirt, jacket, lanyard or backpack. THE ONE:12 COLLECTIVE DEATH DEALER FIGURE FEATURES: One:12 Collective body with over 30 points of articulation Two (2) head portraits with light-up eyes Hand painted authentic detailing Approximately 17cm tall Eight (8) interchangeable hands Two (2) pairs of posing hands (L&R) One (1) pair of weapon holding hands (L&R) One (1) pair of fists (L&R) COSTUME: Necklace (removable) Tattered cloak (removable) Reinforced shoulder armor (non-removable) Two (2) styles of interchangeable chest armor Sleeveless tunic with collar Chainmail skirt Two (2) styles of interchangeable armored belts Mid-calf armored boots ACCESSORIES: One (1) shield with battle scar detailing One (1) dagger and sheath that attaches to belt One (1) battle axe One (1) scimitar sword and sheath One (1) blood splatter FX (attaches to battle axe or scimitar sword) One (1) blood splash FX (attaches to battle axe or scimitar sword) One (1) decapitated head (can be held by hair) One (1) decapitated head in pool of blood One (1) One:12 Collective display base with logo One (1) One:12 Collective adjustable display post Each One:12 Collective Death Dealer figure is packaged in a collector friendly box, designed with collectors in mind. Product Details Expected to ship Ships May - July 2021 Cost $150 You can pre-order it now on the Mezco website
  5. LOL, I was to busy posting what was said to read the comments, but that is funny.
  6. Pre-order is live. Looks like shipping is a little better on this one. Says I would only have to pay $14 for shipping on this one. The Super Shredder I was gonna have to pay $22.
  7. The Fall wave coming in September. They go up for pre-order today. In Space Yellow Ranger with alternate unmasked head. Zeo Red Ranger Black Ranger Goldar, comes with winglet pieces. They might do a fan poll in the future. They will be doing more of MMPR. They are looking at doing more multi-packs.
  8. Will be updating this thread with whatever new products are revealed in today's video live-stream event. So stay-tuned for more.
  9. During the Battle of Hoth in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, Luke Skywalker piloted a Snowspeeder, led the Rebel Alliance against the Empire’s ground forces, and instructed the other snowspeeder pilots to use their harpoons and cables to aim for the legs in an attempt to take down the massive Imperial AT-AT walkers in order to give the Rebels enough time to evacuate the snow planet. In celebrating the 40th anniversary of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, Hot Toys is excited to introduce a series of collectibles based on this iconic film! Now, Hot Toys is delighted to officially present the 1/6th scale collectible figure of Luke Skywalker in his flight suit and helmet that he wore on Hoth, as the latest release of The Empire Strikes Back 40th Anniversary Collection! The highly-accurate Luke Skywalker collectible figure is expertly crafted based on his appearance in the movie, features a head sculpt with newly sculpted hair sculpture, finely tailored Snowspeeder outfit and life support unit on chest, a LED light-up lightsaber, an interchangeable lightsaber blade emulating the weapon in motion, a highly-detailed flight helmet, a grappling gun, a blaster, a thermal detonator, a snow-themed diorama set-up with a figure stand all in the specially designed retro style packaging!
  10. I saw on linkedin that Bryan Flynn from Super7 has put out a request for folks laid off at DC Direct to contact him about possible job opportunities, so hopefully folks in need of work will be able to find it elsewhere in the industry.
  11. As far as I can tell Baroness was never available. Can't say I am surprised, seems like she has just been flat out delayed but amazing to me no one like Hasbro bothered to inform people as such at any point during this.
  12. I havent seen any indication anyone was able to get Baroness. I does now say out of stock as opposed to pre-order out of stock but IDK. As I type this Roadblock is available but none of the others.
  13. Bronze figures just like sometimes silver is a thing companies do for chase variants like this. I don't get the appeal but not a terribly uncommon thing to see.
  14. Last month McFarlane Toys announced that new DC Multiverse Chase figures where coming and they showed blacked out images for an Arkham Joker and Arkham Origins Deathstroke figure. Well it looks like the Joker figure has already started showing up at Target stores, and it's not what anyone was really expecting. Turns out instead of being some kind of bloody variant many were hoping for, they simply repainted the figure with a bronze paint. The headsculpt appears to be new as well. You can check out images of the figure below via eBay, though despite that sellers hope this is one of a kind figure, it's not. It is showing up at Target stores now, and from the number of reports I am already seeing for the figure, my guess is that it will be as common to get as the blue and grey BTAS variant Batman figure also on shelves now at Targets. We are told the DCPI# for the figure is 323-011-071, though on Brickseek that number comes up as something else. The UPC# on the packaging appears to be the same as the regular Arkham Joker figure. Since Joker is Bronze, that likely means the Deathstroke chase figure also teased by McFarlane will be bronze as well. Thanks to everyone who wrote in about this one.
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