Found a Kmart in my area that actually had some Hobbit stuff and scored quite a few items on the cheap. Mostly just goblins for my "army" that I really just let my son play with.
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The Axel death was a shocker. He does sneak off and kill some of the women in the comics, so I'm sure the writers switched that one around to surprise the fans of the book. He would have been too predictible as a killer from within and the group's spread pretty thin as it is until Tyreese gets back. Speaking of which, were they too far away to hear all of the gunfire? I wonder where they snuck off to...
That's something Star Wars can't get away with too much. Night Strike Luke Skywalker and Jungle Camo Vader seem unlikely to be approved by Lucasfilm.
4.) There still appears to be strong demand for some kind of modular Death Star playset. Can you tell us if anything like this is on the horizon or even under consideration?
Here's a Q "I was reading that Iron Man figures were going to be 6:00, and have less articulation. Is this the way that SW is going?"
Personally, if they did this with style, like the Bespin Luke fro the recent Battle Pack, I'd be ok with it. If they made the main line, simpler, and more cost effective, and then 20-25 Vintage style figures a year, I think that would be good.
It won't be answered but I hope someone asks about the declining quality of plastic/paint, specifically on the first wave of 2013 Class I vehicles. The ships look like they're cheap Happy Meal toys and the paint on the figures is awful. The Yoda's eyes are painted on his cheeks... that's worse than the Indiana Jones line