- Aug 24, 2001
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San Walmart- Picked up two of the Science Xcavations sets just to check them out. I was hoping for a Zabrakian, Trandoshen or Gamorrean. Ended up with one Gamorrean and one Monkey Lizard. They're cute. I really like the containers as I think they'd work well in dioramas for storage containers.
Did you see my name in the credits?I just watched a documentary on Netflix called "Elstree 1976" about how Star Wars affected the lives of a few lesser characters. Surprisingly David Prowse and Jeremy Bulloch were included. It was a pretty decent movie to watch and hear about some of the experiences a lot of them had and the very positive attitudes about all of it. All except one... Gold Leader. He seems very bitter that he's not a major star making major money.
Those look cool I may pick up a couple Jabba reminds me of Jack Skellington. How big are they 6 in size skulls ?? I want a couple Gam Guard skulls for Jabba's Palace either for the wall or for a Rancor dungeon.
Did you see my name in the credits?
I backed that project on Kickstarter. So you can kinda thank me for making it happen?
Nevermind, we only got credit on the website.
Yes you had to back at this level which didn't make a lot of sense for me because I wasn't going to buy plane tickets to London for the premier.It is so funny you say that because I told Desiree to watch for your name. They listed a whole mess of people in alphabetical first name order and I assume it was the list of backers, so we checked, but did not see your name. Maybe you didn't back it enough to get credit in the film. Just online.
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I actually had him sign both versions of the 300th figure Boba Fett. Not sure why, but I did. Glad I did now for sure. Also glad I got pictures with him, Maureen and my entire family.Sad to hear Jeremy Bulloch is retiring but it's understandable. I was lucky enough to meet him at a toy show in Glendale years ago and he signed my Special Edition 300th figure Boba Fett; I didn't talk to him for too long but he and his wife were very nice.
Lauren at Zavvi said:Unfortunately, sometimes, we do not always have estimates of release dates. I am so sorry about this!
I bought some from a guy on the RPF that had a run produced about 3 days after the movie was out. Now there are tons of people doing them.I ordered a set of Han's dice that went up for pre-order this morning. $19.99 + FREE shipping. I figured they'd look cool hanging next to my DL-44.
No idea when they're supposed to ship. There's no indication of a date on their product page. I have emailed them asking.
UPDATE: They have no idea when it's going to ship.
FLW/101- I grabbed the two after work.flw had a case this afternoon.
I left 2, I have an extra if anyone needs one. I'm in west valley.
FLW/101- I grabbed the two after work.
I almost didn't go, because Brickseek said they were out of stock. Brickseek said all the Targets in my radius were out of stock. Brickseek hasn't been accurate lately so I had an employee at Pavillions Target run the DPCI for me and there were a handful of stores that showed 1 or 2 stock, including FLW/101.
I bought some from a guy on the RPF that had a run produced about 3 days after the movie was out. Now there are tons of people doing them.
They are $10 more but you can bet being an RPF member they are more accurate and better quality than most. He is now selling them on Etsy.com
He also sells a "Death Star Plans Data Disk" from Rogue One that looks great that I might get someplace down the road.
He has a few cool prop replicas from different movies.
The other thing is that the one you listed would be an additional $15 after shipping. The one I ordered was $19.99. No tax. No shipping. So I'm good for now. The one you posted does look good though.Zavvi said:Thanks for getting in touch about your order.
I am very sorry this information is not clearer on site. I can confirm thisitem is fully licensed by Lucasfilm.
If there is anything else we can help with please don't hesitate to ask.
What I don't understand about this is why is this coming out now so late after the movie release. AMC had replica dice for their fan events on their Thursday release night events.I was going to comment on this last night saying that I wanted the licensed version and then I wondered if what I ordered was actually licensed since it's not stated anywhere on the product page. So I contacted them and according to the response, it is.
The other thing is that the one you listed would be an additional $15 after shipping. The one I ordered was $19.99. No tax. No shipping. So I'm good for now. The one you posted does look good though.
UPDATE: Actually I did see on the product page where it states "Officially licensed by Lucasfilm". I'm wondering if that was added after they received my email last night. The print on the box seems very questionable.
What I don't understand about this is why is this coming out now so late after the movie release. AMC had replica dice for their fan events on their Thursday release night events.
Lucasfilm licensing seems to be off of their game on getting this out. Especially considering the dice actually played prominently in The Last Jedi also.
I guess what they are trying to say is that it takes a Power Droid, Mouse Droid, and Chopper to capture the show on video. A very weird concept for sure.Have any of you ordered this GG statue?
I just can't say it does that much for me and I have no idea what it has to do with The Star Wars Show except that it's printed on it.