Oh TRU Times Square. That's easy enough to find. Is F.A.O. Schwartz still around. Are there any really cool, comic/toy shops I should keep my eye out for?
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Ah , good ol' NYC. They have a HUGE (3 floors....like 3 regular stores in one!) , it's great for finding rare , and easy to find figures.when I say great...I mean GREAT!
hope you have a good time , when you come here.
whoohoo! I just pulled a Veers... from my friendly neighborhood collectible store!!!
Went for a kubrick run at lunch today. I didn't get a box of 12 because in this series i was only interested in the TIE pilot and X-wing luke, but when I got to the store they had a brand new box of 12 that hasn't been touched. Thanks to all of you who posted the locations of the chases and regular figures, led me right to the death star trooper with the Veers inside. I love this community~!
Pics to come tonight when I get off work.
Let's see. You've got John Ratzenberger coming to your work to do a job and you want to ambush him with signing a few pieces of plastic from a movie he was briefly in over 20 years ago.
I'm sure he'll love that, since he'll have all the time in the world to fulfill your fantasies. And won't you have a job to be doing somewhere at the company while he's there?
Why not just talk with him? You could choose to be cool and helpful to Mr. Ratzenberger instead of rabid. "Here, hold up this Creature Cantina Sucks sign... What's it mean? Uh, it's kind of an internet inside joke kind of thing... Oooh - Take a picture with me like we're friends..." Instead, ask him questions. He's had an interesting career outside of his role as Derlin.QuoteJohn is the only person to voice a character in all 7 of Pixar Animation's feature films - as Hamm in Toy Story (1995), PT Flea in Bug's Life, A (1998), Hamm again in Toy Story 2 (1999), the Abominable Snowman in Monsters, Inc. (2001), School Fish in Finding Nemo (2003), the Underminer in The Incredibles (2004), and Mack in the upcoming Cars (2006).
Personally, I'd rather have you bring back a cool story about meeting John than a few signed figures and a photo of him holding up a sign.
The last two regular waves have been Prequel stuff, which to me is the equivilant to a Power Ranger figure.