Author Topic: What do The Creature, American Werewolf in London & Hitchcock have in common?  (Read 1866 times)

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Not a fan of this "style" but they do have some great characters! I'll try to get Frank, Creech, The Fly, Nosferatu, American Werewolf and Stripe.

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 Normally, I would buy most of these characters. I just HATE this style. It's just plain lazy.

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Imma get Cthulhu regular version. Its cute. :-[

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 I've gotta admit...Nosferatu's kinda cute, too.

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Where can you buy them, individually?
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Where can you buy them, individually?

Wait for ebay Creature King. Thats how Imma get Cthulhu and maybe The Fly.

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Wait for ebay Creature King.

That's what I thought. They're only sold as a set, or box full.
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Where can you buy them, individually?

These were solicited this week for an October retail and are "blind" packaged, so the big online market place will be your best bet. Given the sheer volume of Funko product that ships direct from just outside the factory doors you may not even have to wait until they're officially released.

 
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I actually like these figures. I've got several Walking Dead ones on my shelf.

Personally, I liked the lineup of wave one more, but there are several from this set that I'd like to scoop up. Cthulhu, Pinhead, the Fly, and Hitchcock stand out to me.
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Re: What do The Creature, American Werewolf in London & Hitchcock have in common?
« Reply #10 on: September 04, 2015, 10:33:29 PM »
Even though I am not keen on the style....If they Made Norman Bates and Mrs. Bates Corpse from Psycho---I would gobble them up. >:D

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Re: What do The Creature, American Werewolf in London & Hitchcock have in common?
« Reply #11 on: September 04, 2015, 10:39:29 PM »
These were solicited this week for an October retail and are "blind" packaged . .

The worst! Just like the Yanomans. I don't buy a pig in a poke. It's ebay for me!
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Re: What do The Creature, American Werewolf in London & Hitchcock have in common?
« Reply #12 on: September 05, 2015, 12:18:50 AM »
The worst! Just like the Yanomans. I don't buy a pig in a poke. It's ebay for me!

Especially if you concentrate on only one monster. 

This would work only if all the kids in the neighborhood were buying them and trading them like baseball cards. But they cost too much for that, and kids don't care all that much about many of the monsters included.
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Re: What do The Creature, American Werewolf in London & Hitchcock have in common?
« Reply #13 on: September 05, 2015, 11:28:27 AM »
This would work only if all the kids in the neighborhood were buying them and trading them like baseball cards.

Exactly! Even if you do collect all the monsters, you'll still end up with a bunch of doubles/triples to get rid of.
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Re: What do The Creature, American Werewolf in London & Hitchcock have in common?
« Reply #14 on: September 06, 2015, 11:33:09 AM »
I actually like these figures. I've got several Walking Dead ones on my shelf.

Personally, I liked the lineup of wave one more, but there are several from this set that I'd like to scoop up. Cthulhu, Pinhead, the Fly, and Hitchcock stand out to me.
Oh yes I am fond of the style, and I wouldn't mind owning most of the figures pictured.