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Re: where next!

Postby ODB » 29 Mar 2010 20:38

Variants is a calling. There must be a near limitless number of combinations. Should keep you entertained for a while.
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Re: where next!

Postby AnnieM » 29 Mar 2010 20:48

I'd like to see dome other movie/tv figures like Black Hole, Tron and Terrahawks. I do like the carded Ewoks cartoon figures, too.
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Re: where next!

Postby skyline » 29 Mar 2010 21:10

Yeah I would go International to figures like Satan, Ninja Ku and Cobra de Aco make a collection look so much better,

or even the Con exclusive stuff.
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Re: where next!

Postby Jimbobx » 29 Mar 2010 21:26

I know you won't like this, mate....but there's always 25th anniversary figures :-P
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Re: where next!

Postby Andy1672 » 29 Mar 2010 21:47

There are some nice International figures .. If I had the time and money I would love to own a few of these guys ............ ive only managed 2 so far :(

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Re: where next!

Postby Red Baron » 29 Mar 2010 22:00

Thought on one of your other posts you wre building vintage Action Man intel, or have you ufinished that collection now? With all the ideas here, I'd say you've got enough targets for a few lifetimes. Could it simply be time to just enjoy all your Action Force and GI Joe treasures?
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Re: where next!

Postby skyline » 29 Mar 2010 22:01

Andy1672 wrote:There are some nice International figures .. If I had the time and money I would love to own a few of these guys ............ ive only managed 2 so far :(

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Re: where next!

Postby gung-hoeddie » 29 Mar 2010 22:13

Red Baron wrote:Thought on one of your other posts you wre building vintage Action Man intel, or have you ufinished that collection now? With all the ideas here, I'd say you've got enough targets for a few lifetimes. Could it simply be time to just enjoy all your Action Force and GI Joe treasures?
the action man thing won't take long i'll just buy what i want in one go, i think the variant thing seems interesting i might very well have a pop at that and carry on with building my shadow army.
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Re: where next!

Postby SteveD » 29 Mar 2010 22:21

AnnieM wrote:I'd like to see dome other movie/tv figures like Black Hole, Tron and Terrahawks. I do like the carded Ewoks cartoon figures, too.
Take it from me - terrahawks is difficult. Not that expensive , but tricky to track down. Be it loose or moc. Black hole is possibly easier, but only a small range. I love them both though - nice, obscure 80s nostalgia!
Flash Gordon? Battlestar gallactica? Both similar vein to above.

Or, series 2 moc?
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Re: where next!

Postby ODB » 29 Mar 2010 23:30

SteveD wrote:
AnnieM wrote:I'd like to see dome other movie/tv figures like Black Hole, Tron and Terrahawks. I do like the carded Ewoks cartoon figures, too.
Take it from me - terrahawks is difficult. Not that expensive , but tricky to track down. Be it loose or moc. Black hole is possibly easier, but only a small range. I love them both though - nice, obscure 80s nostalgia!
Flash Gordon? Battlestar gallactica? Both similar vein to above.

Or, series 2 moc?
Modellers Loft had a near complete set of the vehicles at their Caterham shop before it was closed. Wasn't cheap though. I thought Black Hole stuff goes for serious money?
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