Animated Jawas, eh? Between that and an ARF (?) trooper, I'm mildly intrigued. Every time I try to ecape this line, they lure me back in...
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Yeah, guess you're right. But the animated clones are 8$ each. buying 19 more would cost a lot.True, if you're filling them up with animated clones.
Most of us have enough realistic clones to fill several AT-TEs.
I saw this show up on the side show news letter:Quote from: Side Show CollectiblesWe would like to announce changes in the anticipated shipping dates of the items below.
Star Wars: Obi Wan Kenobi - General - Clone Wars 12-inch figure - #2175 & EX. #21751 Now October 2008
I really like the animated look of the clones. Wish more came with it
I liked Jason Bateman's character.
Jason Bateman deserves some kind of award for world's greatest career revival. He pops up all over the place in supporting roles and is absolutely brilliant in all of them.
I don't agree. I havn't seen one movie related toy line fly off the shelves this summer because of kid demand. Batman, Hulk, Ironman and Indy are all stinking up the pegs around here. I still haven't seen wave 3 or 4 of Indy. The pegs are too full. The only one that seems to be moving is Speed Racer just because its toy car based. That's the same reason Cars still does well at retail.
If Hasbro over does it (and they will) we won't be able to absorb these without alot of help from the kids. It sounds like alot of us aren't going to help the situation either. I know I'm not. I think we are in the last years folks.
You know, at least he figured out she was a complete psycho that was completely incapable of communicating her problems NOW, instead of getting married to her and taking half his assets when she inevitably divorces him. $800 is a small price to pay for figuring that out now.
Pretty sure he's in Cali - Justin
Just saw about 8 of these in a "dump" in the middle of an aisle at a Wal-Mart, with electronic blasters on the other half. $99.96 a pop for the AT-TE.