View Poll Results: Who collects the Kubricks' Star Wars?

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  • I do!

    20 7.87%
  • Not me.

    137 53.94%
  • I'm thinking about it.

    27 10.63%
  • I would if they weren't a Japanese Exclusive!

    70 27.56%
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  1. #21
    They are basically a pure cross between the real figs and the regular lego versions. Which is better for me because I always thought that plush toy's etc. of that nature, was demeaning to the charachter's form. I like the new Captain Kirk one.
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  2. #22
    They're cute, but not worth more than a couple bucks each. Without question the $100 price tag is exhorbitant and unjustifiable.

  3. #23
    Buying about 4 or 5 sets of those could instead send you to Japan, where you could by them for cheap cheap and have fun in another country at the same time.



    I posted above that I like them, I did NOT however realize how much these suckers were, definitely not worth the plastic they are molded in!
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  4. #24
    What's the deal with this $100+ price? Is that Brian's secodary markup or something? I'd read that the "early bird set" was out for around $32 originally and the bounty hunters were priced at around $6.50 each.

    Again ... these Star Wars sets are a limited release thing. Most Kubricks sets are much less expensive.
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  5. #25
    original quote
    "What's the deal with this $100+ price? Is that Brian's secondary markup or something?"

    You betcha! This price is insane! I ordered a full sealed case of 12 from a Japanese online vender and paid $98 which includes sal shipping (the quickest and most secure way to ship from Japan). By ordering a full case I'm guaranteed 1 full set, a chance to get the chase Fett, and 6 additional figures I can use for trading. These Kubricks retail for about 6.50 in Japan, keep that in mind when you see people trying to rip you off with these crazy prices.

  6. #26
    Originally posted by harbinger
    original quote
    "What's the deal with this $100+ price? Is that Brian's secondary markup or something?"

    You betcha! This price is insane! I ordered a full sealed case of 12 from a Japanese online vender and paid $98 which includes sal shipping (the quickest and most secure way to ship from Japan). By ordering a full case I'm guaranteed 1 full set, a chance to get the chase Fett, and 6 additional figures I can use for trading. These Kubricks retail for about 6.50 in Japan, keep that in mind when you see people trying to rip you off with these crazy prices.
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  7. #27
    No interest in there little buggers at all.

    By the way, whats a PM?

  8. #28
    Private Message. Look along the bottom of the persons post. You should see a small blue/purple box with PM. You can send that person a private message.

    I'm still waiting to get the 6 I won on eBay. I should have gone with the unopened case of 12 Kubricks. Oh Well.
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  9. #29

    Why the name "Kubricks"?

    Sounds very un-Japanese . . .
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  10. #30

    Re: Why the name "Kubricks"?

    Originally posted by jeffonthego
    Sounds very un-Japanese . . .
    un-Japanese? What did yo want them to name them, Japabrickes?
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