Wow, I haven't been into this line so far, but I may have to partake of that one, that looks outstanding, pretty much the holy grail of classic collecting realized.
I was really impressed with it and can't wait to see the packaging for it!
Oh, and I just noticed that it's a J-hook Fett, not an L-hook one, which is definitely the better choice since they were more rare in the smaller scale (the little J hook would break on the 3.75" figures, but here it won't).
It would be cool if they broke with tradition and did try-me missile firing packaging.
That was totally staged.
I was thinking about heading to Frank and Sons this FCBD since there's an animation show and it's close to my mom's place. Not sure if I'll make it,
But the text and descriptions were only okay, not as strong as the first volume (I didn't learn as much as in the previous). I wonder how the third ROJ
It must be because there are no comic book films out this year to tie into.
I'm considering attending although I'd like to make it into a Disney World visit as well which would up the expenses greatly.
That carbon fiber bucket is an interesting idea (though don't wear it, that stuff can be cancerous), but that join in the back is hideous. I can forgive
I might have tossed him out the window if he did that to one of my props.
This year's FCBD offerings are abysmal, I'm avoiding altogether.
The Tower (1985) - a Canadian ultra-lazy tv movie, sci-fi in premise but not execution. This was gruelingly slow, boring, and badly produced.
I haven't seen it in years and came across it last night just before it aired while channel surfing. I hadn't put this together