I decided to order one of these online yesterday. Not only is it $70 off, but you also get free shipping to boot. I think thats about as good as its going to get on this.
I'm really glad I got this from Kohl's the first year it was released. Total price with shipping and tax was around $95.
I saw a big pile of these today at TRU while making a Toys for Tots donation, and didn't realize the last $10 of this savings were a special gig. As faithful as the classic box is, it sure does stand out as looking old-fashioned compared to smaller stuff like the figures, and I wonder if that'll affect sales.
His name is Hans Olo. They spelled it wrong on his driver's license and he didn't think it was worth fussing over.
Maybe he's related to Boba Fett! I'm sure someone would think that was neat..
Or maybe we'll find out that Woody Harrelson was the first
The week before, I was in an X-Wing Miniatures tournament at a local game store. There were ten competitors. I won one of my four games, but the win
He's an Organa, so his name should be Han Organa Solo Organa; and he's Leia's step-brother husband. It's meant to explain Kylo's messed-up attitude?
I didn't see a thread for the new Han Solo movie, and I couldn't find a post about this.
According to Disney CEO Bob Iger:
Oh, yeah, it is acting squirrelly, I'll have it looked into.
I liked the "Zero Hour" two part season finale. I'm glad that the show didn't get rid of Thrawn, who is such a strong character, the way that
Timothy Zahn must've LOVED these two: Interdictor Cruisers, Thrawn in ground battle gear, his plans would've been flawless were it not for the (blatantly-obvious)
Mostly grading and TVing: saw the girls basketball team come up one game short of a STATE TITLE (still a great season, ladies) and other sports and cartoons
And speaking of the least-surprising news in the history of sports news: a certain dad's son declares for the draft the very next day.