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Modern Classifieds / Re: RyanMan's For Sale list
« Last post by RyanMan12 on Today at 04:35 PM »
Bump. A major want has been posted
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Watto's Junk Yard / Re: The Walking Dead
« Last post by McMetal on Today at 03:13 PM »
And now she's on Girls. But Lena Dunham is the one alyways getting naked.

Curse you, cruel irony!
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Star Wars Rebels / Re: Recents Finds and/or Purchases
« Last post by GrandMoffNick on Today at 01:51 PM »
I saw the 20" Biker today and (for the best probably) wasn't that impressed.
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LEGO / Re: LEGO 2014
« Last post by Jayson on Today at 10:59 AM »
Z-95 Headhunter - only $36.99 on Target.com
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Other Toy Lines / Re: The Walking Dead
« Last post by GrandMoffNick on August 28, 2014, 11:39 PM »
Swear I posted this already in this thread, but don't see it now......

Anyway I received my Andrea last week and grabbed a Rick same day at TRU. Great wave. Love the scars on Andrea's face. I'll probably cave on Dwight the next time I see him.
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Watto's Junk Yard / Re: The Walking Dead
« Last post by Jesse James on August 28, 2014, 11:08 PM »
Ah she's from Mt. Lebo...  Overprivileged brat. :)

I think Dave Filloni is from there as well.  I know he's from that area.

I still don't have a clue who she is, but damn she was cute on TD.
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Star Wars Rebels / Re: Star Wars: Rebels - Class II Vehicles
« Last post by Jesse James on August 28, 2014, 11:02 PM »
Wolf Pack podcast did a little early review of the AT-DP and Phantom from this line...  I watched the AT-DP video and I gotta say, that thing's a beast.  At least as tall as the new AT-ST sculpt, maybe a tad taller actually, which would be accurate I believe.

The seating does accomodate TWO pilots, as it should, and in tandem seats, as it should.  I think it's not very detailed in there to fit figures with the lower articulation count, but I can see spiffing that up a bit.  I'm just glad it fits two.

The detail on the outside looked quite impressive IMO.  Lots of recessed panel lines.

I'm excited in part because I have coupons for TRU and free $ basically lying about, and in part because I'm so into getting these new vehicles.  Is it the newness?  No.  I think it's the quality.  These are looking pretty nicely scaled.  If anything isn't it's the Phantom, but it doesn't look terrible either.  Otherwise these look to have a solid bit of detail to them.  Simplistic, priced nice, but still delivering some decent quality.

Anyway, these are out at TRU in Cali right now...  Look for them if you please.
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Other Toy Lines / Re: The Walking Dead
« Last post by McMetal on August 28, 2014, 09:04 PM »
Saw the new comic series figures today at my local comic shop...man, those came out well. It was tough to walk away, but I've made my peace with sticking to the TV stuff.
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Star Wars Rebels / Re: Recents Finds and/or Purchases
« Last post by McMetal on August 28, 2014, 09:01 PM »
And picked up Kanan today after work. Gonna have to try to hold the line on just the animated figures in the 20" scale, but it is tough.
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Watto's Junk Yard / Re: The Walking Dead
« Last post by Matt on August 28, 2014, 08:25 PM »
Sorry to quote something from last November but I just found this out today, and it's important. In reference to a guest on Talking Dead early last season:

No clue who the girl was but she can sit around looking cute too I guess


So not only is she hot, funny, and into zombie shows, but she's also from your town, sir!

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Gillian Jacobs was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Her mother, Martina Magenau Jacobs, was a Carnegie Mellon University director of alumni relations at the Heinz College. Her father, William F. Jacobs Jr., was an investment banker.[3] She was raised in Mt. Lebanon, Pennsylvania.[4] She is of French, German, Irish, and Scottish descent.[5] Her family owned the Jackson Koehler Eagle Brewery, established in 1847 in Erie, Pennsylvania, where her grandfather, John Martin Magenau Jr., served as President and CEO until its closure in 1978.[6]

Jacobs began studying acting at the age of eight, and attended acting classes on Saturdays at the Pittsburgh Playhouse while growing up.[4] She performed with the Pittsburgh Public Theater, where she was a perennial contender in the Public's Shakespeare Monologue Contest, leading her to be cast as Titania in its production of A Midsummer Night's Dream.[7] After graduating from Mt. Lebanon High School in 2000, Jacobs moved to New York City to attend the Juilliard School, where she was a member of the Drama Division's Group 33. She graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2004.[4]

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