Yeah, I'm wondering how big of a success it is too. Its difficult to judge, because like others, our Target and TRU have room for more figures it seems - but I'm not sure that they're really stocking them anymore (since the movie opening/sale period earlier). I haven't been at Wal-Mart in a few weeks now, but like Scott mentioned, they had a ton of them last time I was there as well. Target has just a few figures, and the same with TRU. Like I said though, I don't know if it is a consistent sell through, or just the fact they haven't restocked in awhile at this point. Like I've mentioned in other threads, the basic Indys seem tough to come by, so it does seem that maybe a lot of people are just buying "an Indy" and that is that. I do seem to see Raiders figures more than Skull ones, which is surprising I guess. Vehicles are pretty rare (although I've seem them all at least twice), and the deluxe sells pretty well too. I can say, aside from Indy, I could probably find any of the basic figures if I looked hard enough throughout town.
The comparisons mentioned seem about the same here too. Iron Man seems to be the clear best seller, with nothing left on the pegs usually (as far as the regular figures go anyways). Hulk stuff doesn't look like its moved at all, but the movie isn't opening until Friday, so we'll see. Speed Racer seems to be as big of a dud as the movie was, and I'm not sure about the Narnia stuff (don't pay close enough attention). The Dark Knight stuff (Movie Masters in particular) seems to be moving a bit though, a month before the movie is released.