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The Prequel Trilogy / Re: Tarkin
« on: June 2, 2003, 12:26 PM »
I think I have the perfect actor for Tarkin....

Jason Isaacs

Peter Cushing

And personality-wise, I think he's perfect for the role.

The Original Trilogy / Original Trilogy on bootleg DVD
« on: June 2, 2003, 12:21 PM »
I've seen the Original Trilogy out there as a bootleg DVD set for some time.  This weekend, I was definitely tempted to buy theatrical versions of the OT as a set for $50.  So, here are the questions:  

-Are you for or against bootlegging in general?

-Do you have the Original Trilogy as bootleg DVD's?

-If you did, what did you pay?

-Did you get the Special Edition, or the Theatrical Releases?

And lastly, how long do you think it will be until the original trilogy comes out on DVD?

Star Wars Universe / Re: Trivia EP2 aotc
« on: June 2, 2003, 12:16 PM »
He's a Vurk.

Other Collectibles / Re: Autographes
« on: June 2, 2003, 12:15 PM »
These fine folks were appearing at Wizard World East in nearby Philadelphia.  Each autograph cost $20, but it was definitely worth it to get Daniel Logan.  He routinely charges $40 per signature.

I caught it.  A great episode.  Nate just keeps spiraling into depression, and I think he might've hit rock-bottom.  It looks like there's a lot of potential for nect season.

And immediately after, I watched the season premier of The Wire.  I only caught the first season in re-runs, but it's really good!  And this first episode was definitely interesting.

Watto's Junk Yard / Re: Fighting the urge to scalp.
« on: June 2, 2003, 11:15 AM »
I fought the urge this weekend.  I heard that Toy Fair Vader's with signatures were selling for at least $200.  Cash would be nice, but it wouldn't be cool to do that.  I'd rather get my Toy Fair Vader signed and keep it myself.

Power of the Jedi / Re: Masters of the Darkside
« on: June 2, 2003, 10:50 AM »
I saw one on a pretty dinged up card for $25 this weekend.

Other Collectibles / Re: Autographes
« on: June 2, 2003, 10:48 AM »
Added some good items to my autograph collection this weekend.

-Kit Fisto signed by Zach Jensen
-SAGA Plo Koon signed by Matt Sloan
-Aayla Secura signed by Amy Allen
-Silver Anniversary R2-D2 signed by Kenny Baker
-SAGA Boba Fett-Kamino Escape signed by Daniel Logan

8" x 10"s signed by...
Zach Jensen
Matt Sloan
Daniel Logan as Boba Fett with Jango Fett
Daniel Logan as a Clone Youth

Watto's Junk Yard / Re: Star Wars references in other movies?
« on: June 1, 2003, 12:37 PM »
I think there's a Stormtrooper in there, also.

Watto's Junk Yard / Re: Favorite Band = Led Zeppelin
« on: June 1, 2003, 08:21 AM »
I'd say I'm a fan.  While I was only a whipper-snapper when Zep was still touring, I grew to appreciate them in college.  Even moreseo, after I took up playing bass.  I count John Paul Jones as one of my musical mentors.

I've also seen the remaining members live.  I saw Page & Plant twice when they were supporting their Unplugged album.  And more recently, I saw John Paul Jones and his band opening for King Crimson.  And he didn't just rock.  HE RAWKED!  

JPJ's original material is awesome, if you haven't heard it.  He's got a couple of fairly recent CD's in stores, Zooma and The Thunderthief.  Both are worth buying.  What was more remarkable about his show was the Zeppelin tunes he threw in.  He sang "That's the way" while playing mandolin, and his band accompanied.  He also did instrumental versions of "Black Dog" and "When the levee breaks".  The most remarkable thing about those songs was that he didn't play bass.  He had a guy playing a bass-like instrument called a Chapman stick.  So, that guy held down the bottom, while Jonesy wailed away on an overdriven lapsteel guitar in a way that would put Jimmy Page to shame.  "When the levee braks" was probably one of the most intense live performances I've ever seen, and I've been to a lot of concerts.  King Crimson actually had a hard time measuring up with their headline slot, and they're not exactly musical slouches.

How about this one:  bad spelling.  You can only imagine my plight on message boards, where it runs so rampant.

Other Toy Lines / Re: McFarlane Sportspicks
« on: June 1, 2003, 08:08 AM »
I saw the Super Bowl exclusives yesterday at Wizard World in Philly.  A dealer wanted $175 for Ladainian Tomlinson and Junior Seau as a set.  Still way too rich for my blood.

Toy Reviews / Re: Imperial Forces 4-Pack
« on: June 1, 2003, 08:03 AM »
I bought two of these sets last night.  Pretty cool.  I'm quite fond of the whole set, to be honest.  While I know that every single thing in this set is a kit bash, for an Army builder like me, it's not bad.

The only thing approaching a gripe that I have is the finish of the figures.  It just feels a little less smooth than normal.  It was most noticeable on the Stormtrooper.

Saga '02-'04 / Re: New Army Builders?
« on: June 1, 2003, 07:31 AM »
-Battle Droid-Invasion of Naboo.  Use the POTJ Security Battle Droid sculpt and plastic

-Naboo Royal Guard.  Different head sulpt, better articulation

-Clone Trooper.  White, well articulated

-Clone Trooper Sergeant.  well articulated

-Clone Trooper Lieutenant.  see above

-Clone Trooper Commander.   see above

-Imperial Scout Trooper with speeder bike.  Articulation should be similar to the SAGA Clone Trooper (Red/Captain)

-Death Star Gunner with control panel or turbolaser

-Death Star Trooper/Imperial Naval Trooper.  Better sculpt/articulation, and give him a functional holster

Saga '02-'04 / Re: Mysterious Jedi 4 pack
« on: June 1, 2003, 07:02 AM »
Well, they did finally get around to getting the Geonosian detention device out.  Albeit, with figures we already have.  The only glimmer of hope is the Nikto Jedi, who's barely different at all.

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