Yeah, this is my feeling as well. We are going to see stacks of these not selling. And if they turn the 3 3/4 line into toddler toys with the 5 POA, at least I'll have some money to spend on the new scale Dr. Who figures and more Hobbit figs.$20 for 6 inch figure? **** you hasbro. I hope you crash and burn.
You mean those mini-statues on the lazy Susan turntable display bases? I wouldn't say there's any comparison at all, other than improved sculpts and scale. These are a totally different beast.I'm gonna have to try hard to not get many of these. I cant let myself become a completist and really I am gonna try and resist getting any at all. I have got too much invested in the 4" line.
I wonder if this will be a success with so many adult collectors possibly in the same boat. Those around long enough will remember the Epic Force line, which was a similar venture. I was hugely excited about it back then, but it wasnt a success, and was very short lived. I wonder how this will go?
My thoughts exactly. Bring on Yoda!First of all, that article more or less confirms TVC will continue in 2013! Yes!! Second of all, that 6" Luke rocks my you-know-what. Sold. At $20 a pop, I will not be a completist with this line, but no way could I pass up a figure of that quality.
If they did make an X-Wing in this scale, just imagine how much it would cost considering one figure is 20 bucks a pop.Hm, 2 seconds ago the thought of new scale Luke pilot was about as interesting as Wampa poop. I do kinda like the idea of a 1/9 scale X-Wing though...