I'm certainly not going to pay $2,000 for this, but hopefully this means that the set will show up at Marshall's or something. The only semi-interesting thing about the set is the battle droids, which are TPM tan repaints of the Geonosis Arena/Saga Legends versions; the only other way to get one in this color scheme is to get the TPM Blu-ray commemorative set, along with the same Maul, Obi-Wan, and Qui-Gon figures you already have 76 times over. And even this would have been more exciting before the release of the far superior Vintage battle droid. But more Gungan Warriors is always a good thing, even if it's just a repack with another version's accessories.
I wouldn't have bought this at retail. And while this auction makes it look like this particular item will be rare due to not being released, I don't think I'd pay 2,000 dollars for it. Just not interested in gungans, and I don't army build battle droids.
Only $2,000 for that 1999 Kaadu? Omigosh, someone's made an offer already! I need to get on the ball and bid!
Here is his IMDB profile. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0048652/?ref_=nv_sr_1
School's Out ~ Alice Cooper?
High 70's, with a decent breeze its not too bad of a day.
I heard most of those fans were Cowboy fans.
Well he is into Extreme History.
But its not the Olympics I'm searching for (hopefully LA 2024 happens).
That will require and even nicer ie more expensive stadium.
Kind of like when Hasbro seemed to blame collectors for not buying every Darth Vader figure they put out, or not stocking up on an entire case of Dengars
The white Imperial troopers:
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.