True. The 'collector' part of me wants to purchase this figure just because he exists. But really, I have little affection for this character, I think that the 'wings' just look pretty ridiculous (I can't say that I remember seeing them in the show), and the figure looks odd. Add to this, that he is impossible to find, and I just won't buy him. If I saw him on the pegs, then Hasbro would have had a sale. They left money behind.Really glad I have no interest in this figure, but I feel for those who do. Hasbro is truly ridiculous
yeah, people tend to forget that minor technicality, especially when they hear Hasbro make enthusiastic comments like, "Oh yeah, [B"Product X"[/B] was a GREAT seller! We're so proud of it!" yet when going to Wal-Mart, target or wherever, "Product X" is piling up the store shelves collecting multi-layers of dust.Actually, if you saw him on the pegs, then Hasbro already had the sale. It's the store that would have had a sale to you if you purchased it.
No, he means Hasbros sale is to the store. They could care less what happens after.uh? Yeah, that is what I said. If I saw him on the pegs, then Hasbro would have had a sale.....
The sellers of that product might beg to differ.Exactly. I ran into my friendly neighborhood Hasbro rep the other day at TRU and we got to talking about the state of the line. I mentioned the 6" TIE and how poor of a seller it was, and his response was "We did VERY well on that. VERY well."
That seems to be the most popular reports, but I kinda recall a Mexican find, but not 100% sure. Those folks, me included, that ordered a fenn, got it through a distributor based in Canada that has a fc in NY. My order arrived w/ a shipping label w/ a shipper/return address in NY and arrived in a USPS domestic priority box in less than a week of ordering. So from a certain POV, fenn did reach a USA warehouseIs Canada the only place where they have been found?