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.
106ºF today but in a chilly classroom. 107ºF tomorrow teaching in a hot hangar. Can't wait....
Another week end invaded by relatives on my wife's side of the family.....
Indeed. My dad had dementia, but he also had lung cancer. About a couple months after he started treatment for the cancer, his mind kind of gave out.
And now, disc #2. There certainly was a fun aspect to them (especially the Indiana Binks and Windie Scott in the Jedi Temple of Bombad ones). Will try
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,