Although interesting overall, I do get annoyed with comparisons of $20 in China vs $280 in the US because it doesn't take into account the fact that in China, the value of that purchase is I think around 3x as high as in the US. And that's just raw purchasing power, it doesn't take into account the cost slide of the specific commodity: toys might cost significantly less in China than they do here, there's no reason they shouldn't since toys made in China don't have to go through the import and shipping process with its high costs. So comparing what a Chinese family spends on toys per year vs a US one without factoring in those 2 elements is comparing apples and oranges, and may not make the cartoon Asian kid as sad as shown.
Yeah, that's a shame, I hate that the powers that be rely on fans to carry everything, then complain the brand isn't growing enough.
None of that matters, all you have to do is actually proof-read it before you post it and you'll catch those. It's really easy to correct, the words should
I am trying to speak slow and coherently to my voice to text and that is still faster than typing on a little screen on my phone and having to prove everything.
I agree with Droid above.
Knowing this town, no.
It's a sad affair. My niece works summers for the Blaze and she's will be out of a job. So much for saving for college
I'm calling it now: Tokyo 2020 will "1up" every Olympics that came before it.
Not sure how many people would be confused by the chosen era of this show that are going to go to the effort of finding it on the platform it will be
To quote Lili Von Shtupp, it's twue, it's twue! Got an advertisement from an online shop just yesterday about them. The 100-card basic set starts at $7,
I've heard speculation claiming that by doing it in the Prime universe but before the events of TOS, it won't confuse fans who came in via the movies
So, I hear that there's a Chrome TFA set out now (soon?), that seems to be a hobby shop-only series. However, what I see seems to be just the same TFA