So does she get bumped up on the list now?
Personally, I'm not a huge fan of her. She's ok though, but just not "wow" enough with all this competition.
And she's also too good for Brad Pitt. I mean, how tough must you be to please, ya know?
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As a matter of fact he PM'd me about something I was selling, showing interest, and never got back to me... I hate when people do **** like that.
How can you have head variants on Capt. Panaka? That's like saying make a Darth Maul with head variants
While you do make some valid points, we also have to take into account where the production costs lie, will it be based on the single figure, or the full 4 pack of figures. But I don't know much on that front so I won't assume anything.
Reasons for the higher price on these items:
1) EE always has higher prices (their shipping rates are the real killer)
2) These are super-articulated (I don't seem to recall many people on rebelscum threads complaining when they bought 20 or more VOTC stormtroopers at $10 a piece)
3) Limited quantities
The only reason the super-articulated clone troopers sold for $5 last time was because they were done in a low production as a test market figure.
I do not thing the price is that bad at all:
Limited product(exclusive) $5
EE premium(always) $5
Anytime a toy company produces an exclusive(20,000 units) the per-unit cost is a bit higher than a regular production run(150-300,000 units).
LucasFilm is not ripping us.
Hasbro is not ripping us.
Entertainment Earth is not ripping us.
They are all just giving us a great product(that we ALL have asked for) for a decent price.