Thanks to Ryan for the extra Saga figs and for somehow talking me into buying your marvel legends figures. (Actually, a very good deal at $3 a pop!)
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Mikey, if you want to use Oakdale for dumping until July, go ahead. Honestly, I won't mind if you dump .. there since it is already filled with useless junk.
I do Suburban/Woodbury/NSP, Matt does Midway/WSP/Suburban, and you do VH/Shoreview/NSP pretty regularily...
I started buying up the Iron Man figures. Iron Man had always been a favorite of mine, from the comic series through the animated series, the original Iron Man Toy Biz line and onto Marvel Legends. The figures are actually pretty cool so far. I managed to get both exclusives. Not sure if I'll buy everything, but so far the 6" figures have been pretty cool. Although I think the Iron Monger should probably be larger.
Am I the only one that thinks Transformers shot themselves in the foot by getting rid of the Alternators line? Those things always sold out at the stores I hit and I bought close to every one of them even at $20 a pop.
I certainly don't. There was more than enough of these things sitting on the shelves constantly with the exception of a few characters. These were very complex in the transformations so that probably led the kiddies away even though the ALTs were obviously aimed at collectors.
Hasbro was also running out of ideas for cars, with Prime being the only execption as one of the larger vehicles and Screamer to some degree, but he wasn't marketed as an ALT. Takara/Tomy is starting to reboot the Binaltech line with a repaint of Decipticharge as Arcee, and I think a yellow Prime.
There's still a few vintage characters they could touch on, but look at the last two releases - Ravage & Rumble? Those were tapes...Not automobiles. I would love to see this line continue, but I think it's been put to bed.