Cyberjet #7 wrote:Editor wrote:No worries CJ7. I see how my post could have been read the way you read it.
I am bothered a bit if Kicks isn't doing well, because the few times I went there it seemed like a decent store, but beyond that my only complain about Washington is that I can't go down and check up on stuff more often these days. The few times recently I've gone to Bellingham, has been when almost nothing is on the shelves. But at least I can see friends at the same time.
and get Jack in the Box. love that stuff.
Well, you can even ask the guys over at TFW2005, I've always been of the mindset that people in Canada that are having trouble catching up with some TFs should definately network the guys in the States. Is there anything you're looking for in particular? I'm in the WA northend, so meeting someone halfway to help them get stuff they may be having trouble finding is not too bad of a drive for me.
So, yea, if you need help; just shout out. And get a list together. I can either find exactly what you're looking for or I can at least point you to the better stores in WA; so you're not wasting a trip.
FuRiOus_StyLeZ wrote:I'm definitely going to start posting more often here on seibertron. Those mods at TFW2005 are total nazis...I'd copy/paste what they wrote me via PM but I'm sure that'll get me banished which would not be cool.
Cyberjet #7 wrote:I used to shop at Kicks, but now I mostly just hit TFsource.com. Reasonable prices, plus they do a great job with shipping things in very minty condition - which helps me as I tend to keep the Japanese stuff either MISB or MIB (even if I open some, the boxes are good for storage).
I think maybe Jose will stock more in the coming months so that he can ride the ROTF gravy train.
Anybody looking for anything right now? Seems like alot of people are just holding out for the ROTF stuff.
Cyberjet #7 wrote:After seeing Star Trek for a second time, I went out to grab some of those figures. Before they get swept away by the juggernaut that will be the ROTF toys.
Cyberjet #7 wrote:Black Omega - welcome!
Or at least, welcome back... or something like that... wait you've been here longer than me... ahhh...
I think you get what I'm saying.
Yea, Star Trek has really surprised me. I didn't have high expectations, but I was impressed. Enough so that I have two of 12" figures and six of the 6" figures, plus the Hot Wheels scaled Enterprise D - I'm mostly a TNG fan, myself.
Wolverine wasn't very good. I was hugely dsappointed there.
Terminator doesn't look too great - I'm not very confident about that one, but I'll still try to see it this week.
And sadly, ROTF doesn't really look that great to me. I still can't get over Devastator and Megs.
Cyberjet #7 wrote:Nice. What else was on the endcap? Did it look like they were just running a bunch of different toys, or did it look planned?