Well, if customers bought their in-stock, high-quality merchandise, that amount would... oh, wait. Yeah.That is not going anywhere, they're putting up $200 mil cash and JUST need another $800 mil. ANOTHER. EIGHT. HUNDRED. MILLION. DOLLARS.
Does the studio series poleline means blackout was there? Or is just a smaller cars like stinger released? I might have some interest there.Target Culver City had some of the Solo stuff on Friday, no discounts. Also had Studio Series Transformers, whole line.
I never bought Blackout because he ...Target had Blackout, I bought him, you'll be frustrated that he's not taller and that his transformation is a LOT of panels and they don't all fit properly, but you'll still probably like him.
With Star Wars, Hasbro is counting on people like you to go through the motions rather than make discerning choice, it's important! ;-)
Well, this one is leader class, but it's short, the character has a lot of bulk so instead of being tall, he's thick. The vehicle mode is pretty big though. It's meant to be in scale with the new Studio Series deluxes.I never bought Blackout because he ...
1) wasn't Leader size (he's not?)
2) wore a backpack with the blades instead of transformed.
(Is it the same, again?!!!)
So I may NOT get him. I watch a lot of those reviews on YouTube now. Times have really changed and my presence has quieted because I have so much less time. (Writing novels is a wonderful thing, a fun thing. But to be professional about it, it's ultimately running a business. I'm quite surprised how that turned out, but I'm good with it - just busy all the time.)
But I will search for a YouTube review.
It's over, close up shop, when Tycho stops caring, Star Wars is dead.BTW, I just watched a good YouTube review on the New Millennium Falcon toy. I am not going to purchase it after all but I would have fun playing with it for about 15 to 20 minutes. I'm not sure less than a half an hour is worth $100 LOL. But I would probably play with it for another 15 or 20 minutes on another day.
As to the rest about Hasbro, I think E9 ( to go through the motions ) and an Obi-Wan movie (if it's what I want) are the last movies I will run for toys after. Key word: AFTER.
I'm not going to buy at "midnight madness" (not even cool w.o. TRU) or Force Fridays because I honestly want to see the film first.
Recent Star Wars purchases:Are you being selective? How so?