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.
Bowl of mixed yellow box and Honey Nut Cheerios.
The box has lights and sculpted elements, I think. But yeah, I never understand why Mattel gets away with charging so much for SDCC cars. Sure, they have
My Science Project (1985) - I remembered this movie more fondly than it deserved, as it took 40 minutes to get to the real movie. It's not bad, but there's
I knew Buddy was up there in age and not in the best of health, so his passing wasn't a huge surprise. I'm very surprised that Alzheimers took Pat so
$50.00 for four cars, no thank you.
A lot of those NECA video game figures end up at TRU, I have to assume they didn't invest in that tooling merely for one SDCC exclusive run. Actually,
Mattel has a new vehicles-as-characters car set that's an SDCC exclusive, with the trench run recreated as a race:
It seems that Angie Tribeca is becoming an actual, story-based TV show, and not just a gag-a-rama. This one with the "old people pushed down stairs"
And other sports person: USC announcer Tom Kelly at 88.
Pat Summit's last few years were tough.
From sports - Buddy Ryan and Pat Summit
From entertainment - Bernie Worrell (apparently he was living up in my area when