She had always seemed to be available mint-in-box, never loose, if/when I was notified of a Mama turning up on eBay. And always very expensive.
What puts you off MIB specimens? Just the higher price or something else as well?
Kaskits and Spook'ems by Therin of Andor, on FlickrA set now complete! For those who've been following my Kooky Spooky adventure over the last year or so, here is my customized Mama Kaskit "Kooky Spooky" (far left) meeting... the real thing: a recent eBay "Buy it now" find. She arrived this morning.To the right is a little guy I've renamed Little Formaldehyde, with customized death rattle (both concepts mooted by Patti Petacolas in her notes). He is meeting a pristine Baby Spook'em, complete with mint condition "Help" sign, thanks to the same eBay seller. (On the back, the sign reads "Boo!")Looks like I'll have to add at least one more slide to my PhotoPeach slideshow at:http://photopeach.com/album/g81g37
That's awesome! I still need to whip up a few of my own, using the glow-in-the-dark Fimo ... if I ever get over to Hobby Lobby, that is.
Toys should be free of their cardboard and plastic sarcophaguses! If I'd bought a Mama Kaskit mint-in-mint-box, I'd have had to remove her, to join her family, no matter the huge amount paid.
So then do you have a Kooky Spooky House?