I finally opened up the 18" Gipsy Danger last night. What an incredible figure! I can't wait for the upcoming Knifehead.
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I think I have a problem:
Passed on these for sooooo long. Which sucks now because I have held wave one in my hands numerous times year or two back when they first came out. Anyway finally caved on the Walgreens Rick a few months back. Then wanted Maggie, but found Glenn first. Then got Maggie. Then bought comic Governor. Then remembered the sports card shop by me had some WD stuff so stopped there and bought Tyreese, wave 3 Michonne and wave 2 Shane all for $13.95 a piece which is an awesome deal for Michonne and Shane. Then stopped into TRU with my 15% coupon and bought the lone Daryl/Merle 2 pack they had. And had to buy a Bicycle Girl off ebay. Good God. My wife is going to kill me.
Yeah the bulk vehicle sets are tough to swallow if you want more than one. I'd like that Flint (classic looking) as I don't have one for my meager ARAH shelf.
are these vehicles supposed to be in the same size range as the earlier "shrunken" offerings, like Slave 1 and the Jedi Fighters? Also how tall did the walker appear to be? From the pics the vehicles seem fairly large, but there isn't really anything to compare with.
In-between. Definitely not "super-small" like the 2012/2013 stuff. Closer to the old vehicle scale, but also not surprisingly smaller ship choices as a result. The Phanton is small... but it's supposed to be.
The walker is pretty tall, not any smaller in height than the AT-ST. Lots less articulation than the ATST which is why it's cheaper I'd say. Should make the legs sturdier for posing/standing it up though compared to the last ATST.
One other note... these have a $25 price tag on them now.
Didn't take long for the all-new, all-smallish Class II to creep back up again, did it?
Thanks Greg. My take on offers is that its ideally helping out both seller and buyer. If you intend to sell an item for $100, you're going to have to pay eBay and paypal fees of at least $5-6. And after being up a whole week, you have no bids, so chances of selling at that price are greatly reduced. Then someone comes along promising to buy direct for $90. The buyer clearly saves $10 vs. the initial price, but the seller is only getting $4 less than he intended with no fees and no Ebay siding with seller complaints. I typically get buyers to see the light, but amazes me how many people don't get it.
It makes me kind of wonder - how many folks are really going to be excited for an accessory-less Jabba at $40? He looks awesome... but I can already hear the complaining about value at $40 since most folks were expecting a Dais or carbonite han or crumb or whatever.