So, the way Sideshow has been presenting this figure has been confusing since its unveiling at Comic-Con. Tamashii Nations is a brand, or a company, or something that encompasses licenses while being owned or something by Bandai, and they've worked with Sideshow on this piece... or something. I dunno exactly, the sign had 5 company logos on it.
Anyway, I'm interested to see what they're going to do with this chogokin figure (die cast) in terms of price, it's got a lot of great sculpting so I'm tempted to pretend like I can afford it, but the reality is that A] as a die-cast figure with this level of movement and accuracy it's going to be unholy expensive (the Japanese price is about $400 or so) and also B] the sample at Comic-Con had a matte finish and so does this preview, and no matter how good the sculpting is a matte finish for C-3PO makes little sense to me, basically it's the Hoth look?
I'm also a little curious to see what they were talking about with the asymmetrical knee back sculpt as I don't see it in the prototype.
Was that Cheerios with water or Cheerios with a glass of water?
I think its bonus stuff, I didn't listen to the commentary so I can't really comment on that.
Fuel ~ Metallica
Had a quick workout in the pool running then headed down to Milwaukee to distribute flyers for the marathon that I'm a part of and to find a pair of racing
Why was it delayed?
I saw most of this wave at Target nearby, they want $11.79 and that seems to slow sales of not-Plagueis.
Target Culver had a TBS 4" Cmdr Neyo. I went to stash him only to notice that his helmet was horribly mispainted, so I put him back.
Very powerful. I'm at a loss for words on this, except thanks for bringing him that touch of the Force, and I mean that in a real way, making sure what
Glad to hear it, but I haven't seen an image yet that convinced me that Obi-Wan's not a disaster of bad paint and that Luke's not suffering a wonky likeness,
Today they had a delayed Closing Ceremony for the Paralympics. I only watched a little of it.