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Other Toy Lines / Re: Transformers
« on: March 15, 2006, 11:10 PM »
Transnemesis Prime Alternator.  Can't wait to see when the true pics finally pan out.

Next Masterpiece??  Starscream.  Many o repaints coming out if this holds to be true.

Gen 1 Revisited Astrotrain due out next year supposedly with other bots.

Watto's Junk Yard / Re: 2006 DVD Releases Thread
« on: March 11, 2006, 06:47 AM »
Picked up the single disk HP at Wal-Mart for $13.87.  Still on edge if I should keep it or not as I really enjoyed the extras from the previous releases.  I just can't see myself paying $23 for a double disk set when I picked up all the previous ones for half the price if not less.

Oh, and Gamestop is running their buy 2 get one free sale.  Picked up A Christmas Story Anniversary ed, Ring 2 (probably sucks, but what the hell), and Creepshow 2 - always loved that movie for some reason.

I hate people watchers.  Can't stand being stared at by other people for prolonged periods of time.  There's nothing fascintating or grotesque about me, just don't like eyes all over me.

Watto's Junk Yard / Re: What's spinning?
« on: March 11, 2006, 06:12 AM »

Picked up the Target exclusive w/bonus CD+DVD last week at Target for $9.99.  Really loving the DVD that's set with music to both trilogys.

Watto's Junk Yard / Re:'s I Love Toys.
« on: March 11, 2006, 05:46 AM »
Opps.  I missed last night's episode.  I sure hope VH1 reairs it sometime soon.   ::)

Oh and I have nothing against MIB, I too find his non-expressiveness to be humerous at times.  He's just....odd.

Watto's Junk Yard / Re:'s I Love Toys.
« on: March 9, 2006, 10:20 PM »
Didn't anybody see Michael Ian Black ask the 8 ball how many more of these shows he'd have to do for VH1?  There's something really wrong with that guy but that's besides the point.

Power of the Force 2 / FX X-Wing
« on: March 8, 2006, 02:41 PM »
I just picked up a FX X-Wing and I'm wondering why the box is so freaking big.  I have the Saga editions, even have a few hanging from the ceiling but I can't quite figure out the box size.  Did Kenner just try and make the ship appear larger than it actually is or are my eyes deceiving me?  I'm not opening this thing, so I'm just wondering.

Feedback / Arctic Ackbar's feedback
« on: March 7, 2006, 11:01 PM »
Thanks to Tony for hooking me up with 2 white ringed Blys at a BOGO free price!  Nice to finally meet you - glad you could make our meeting tonight.

Feedback / Re: knashdx's feedback
« on: March 7, 2006, 10:57 PM »
Uber thankness to you Ryan for the massive amount of goodies you hooked me up with tonight!!  Now I just need to find room for all this stuff.  ;)

Here ya go guys..

Watto's Junk Yard / Re: 2006 DVD Releases Thread
« on: March 1, 2006, 10:39 AM »

$19.99 at Target.  Sadly it's the only season of 24 on sale.

Found w4 and also the newest wave (w5?) here in MN at a couple of Targets this morning consisting of the Trade Federation Tank, Sith Infiltrator, UGH Slave, and I beleive the blue starfighter.  I'm somewhat colorblind so I'll try and post a pic after school this morning.

Revenge of the Sith / Re: ROTS Recent Purchases
« on: February 22, 2006, 03:56 PM »
TRU double pack of 501st.  Hopefully my last ROTS purchase.

Those big tubs full of DV's gold pics Tie I've seen kinda tick me off as I thought it'd be another TH ship, yet it's a convention exclusive.   :(Hopefully they'll offer some extras of the ship up on

There was also the Autobot ship from TF: The Movie previewed there as well

What's up with the single TF ship????  I saw the packaging for the BG stuff and it's the same except for the label.  Are they just going to mix this one Autobot ship in with the SW or BG assortments or are there more Titanium TF's that I didn't see??

Found this blub from, but it doesn't really answer my quest:


PAWTUCKET, R.I. (February 2006) – Intergalactic spaceships that are powerful enough to shuttle heroes and villains across a variety of sci-fi universes at the speed of light are now small enough to fit in your hand (or on your bookshelf). Hasbro, Inc.’s (NYSE: HAS), TITANIUM SERIES, a line of die-cast collectibles featuring intricate micro-detailing and action features, will be available nationally in early 2006 and is expanding to include new 3” vehicles, 3.75” figures and TRANSFORMERS robots!

The first wave in January 2006 will feature the following Star Wars 3” vehicles: speeder bike (with Imperial scout trooper and features a rotating gun turret); Republic Attack Cruiser (with working landing gear); Clone Turbo Tank (with working wheels); and a Limited Edition White TIE fighter (with opening cockpit). Each vehicle comes complete with a display stand.

Also available in January 2006 will be the TITANIUM SERIES Ultra Vehicles. These hefty die-cast vehicles feature moveable action features and include a premium display case. The first vehicles available are the ARC-170 Starfighter (with opening cockpit) and the Trade Federation Droid Fighter (with rotating cockpit).

Darth Vader and Boba Fett will be the first Star Wars 3.75” figures available from the TITANIUM SERIES Collection. The intricately micro-detailed figures each include a custom base and premium display case and will be available in March 2006. Collectors will be interested in limited-edition versions of each figure featuring a patina finish.

Throughout the year, the TITANIUM SERIES universe will continue to expand with the addition of vehicles and figures from TRANSFORMERS and Battlestar Galactica: The expansions will feature the following:
• TITANIUM SERIES die-cast collectibles, to be introduced in July 2006, will include a variety of unique 3” robots as well as fully changeable 6” robots. Each one comes with a display base.

• The TITANIUM SERIES Battlestar Galactica line will be available in June 2006 and will include 3” vehicles and 3.75” figures from both the classic and new TV series.

The TITANIUM SERIES all caps Collection vehicles and figures will be available at toy stores and mass merchandise outlets nationwide. Suggested retail price for the collection: 3” vehicles and robots: $4.99; 3.75” figures and 6” robots: $15.99; and ultra vehicles: $19.99. Recommended for children ages 4 and up.

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