I was able to pick up a Defend Kamino BP after work for $12.99 @ TJ MAXX. They also had a fresh case of the DVD sets. Good times.
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I was just rereading your last sentence and laughed, in the last 4 months there was a giant Kree invasion in the pages of the Fantastic Four. #600-604.
What I think is hilarious is the way some people across the community are freaking out over the inconsistencies in how Walmart is handling Star Wars. I mean, we are talking about WalMart here. There's not a great level of standardization in how their stores operate. We're not talking about Target, which runs a pretty tight ship nationally and manages their inventory ruthlessly. We've only seen minimal Star Wars price glitches with Target in the past year or two. WalMart is a mess in comparison, and has been for some time.
Four Marshalls in four days and nada to show for it. I guess they're just not hitting my area.Great success on my lunch run yesterday...TJ Maxx was a bust but I found a whole case of these at Marshall's and bought them all.
I don't see what happens to Rick being able to carry over to the show.
I was browsing through the "local" Wal-Mart last night and found the MArvel 3-pack box sets were marked down to $9 for some reason. They only one White FF set and the Space guys, but I bought up both at that price. Might be worth checking out your local WM if anyone's still looking for these. I was just looking at them at Target a few minutes prior, where they are still $22.
I'm loving realistic Anakin.
As a die-hard fan of the animated line, I still don't know what to think of these realistic "cross-overs." I really don't have a problem with Hasbro making realistic versions of the core characters from the series, since we already have animated versions available for those of us who prefer to see these in animated form. But I think that I may shed a small tear into my Coke Zero if Hasbro releases a realistic version of an animated character before that character is made in the animated line.