And the greatest part is they put out 3 or 4 versions of that piece of **** so far and every single one of them is an underscaled midget.
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I'm much happier with rereleased figures when they good strides are made towards making the figure more movie-accurate. This was probably the best Grievous to use, and now that he actually is painted correctly, he's a very cool figure, I think.
WOOT! I hit the local Target store today over lunch and BAM! Coruscant, baby!
I am allfor clones without a doubt but their distribution ends up short changing us.
It's all a matter of perspective though. Beleive it or not, in some areas, clones are no more popular or hard to find than any other figure.
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I'll pass thanks. The thing that's so appealing about the original unleashed line is that it WASN'T done in the 3 3/4" scale.
Funny, the reason I don't collect the larger Unleashed or the minis is because I'd rather stick to a 3-3/4" scale. Variety in that line is what appeals to me, and this scale has been the bread and butter of Star Wars figures since their inception in the vintage days.