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What are some good online stores, that have a good selection of older to newer figures that everyone uses. I am trying to fill some holes in my collection from 2008-2012.
The Ontario Collectors Con is Sunday, January 29th at the Hilton Mississauga/Meadowvale Hotel – 6750 Mississauga Road, Mississauga, Ontario from 10 am to 4 pm with FREE PARKING.  To get full event details check out http://www.ontariocollectorscon.com

WWE Legend The Honky Tonk Man the Greatest Intercontinental Champion of all time is best known for his run with the WWF, where he held the WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Championship for a record 454 days, and hitting his opponents in the head with his guitar. He will be available for autographs and photos all day.

Voice actor David Sobolov also joins us this year, he has voiced a long list of characters including the Decepticon SHOCKWAVE in Transformers Prime, DEPTH CHARGE in Beast Wars, DRAX in the Guardians of the Galaxy cartoon, ROBOCOP in the Robocop cartoon, LOBO in Young Justice, GORILLA GRODD in The Flash TV Series and many more roles. He too will be available all day for autographs and photos.

01 Jan 2017 - Peg warmers

Now that Christmas is over what is everyone seeing for peg warmers. I was at TRU yesterday and they had a ton of 6" Hovertank and Snowtroopers. At Walmarts I am typically seeing 3.75" BS Finn, Leia, Phasma, Han. Overall there are quite a few figures of all kinds on the pegs and I am worried nothing new will new coming out until all the old stuff is gone.

01 Jan 2017 - HAPPY NEW YEAR

HAPPY NEW YEAR - everyone. :artoo: :artoo: :artoo: :artoo: :artoo: :artoo: :artoo:
So I moved last summer, and only recently have I managed to get my collection of ships home from the storage locker. I'm faced with going through & in some sad cases having to choose one version of a ship to keep. There have been some pretty good versions, but I honestly really haven't had to struggle too much, other than making the choice to let a few go to other homes. I know for a fact I've missed various versions of the ships as well - don't hesitate to holler about your favourite if it didn't make my list (I likely never owned it). Here's what I came up with - and I'd love to hear your opinions!

Millenium Falcon

Vintage
POTF2
OTC
BMF

My choice? OTC - and it's all a matter of size. The BMF is an alarming piece. The quality is incredible. There is literally NO comparison between any version of the vintage Falcon & the BMF. All that being said, to me the OTC Falcon is the "bes
Just saw this on the news seconds ago. I'm still in shock. It was to be expected given she stopped breathing for 10 minutes and that greatly reduced her odds of surviving. But still.

A very bright, shining star at the center of the Star Wars galaxy has been extinguished. In response, a million voices cried out, "Why take her? It was NOT her time!!!"  but there was only silence.

RIP, Carrie Fisher... you will be greatly missed.

http://www.blastr.com/2016-12-28/14-times-carrie-fisher-was-hero-we-were-looking
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Fisher also understood the immortality granted by a role that was such a massive part of pop culture. At her August appearance at Wizard World Chicago, Fisher was asked about the passing of her Star Wars co-star Kenny Baker (the actor inside R2-D2) just a few days prior. “I don’t really connect with the fact that he is gone,” Fisher said. “If you’re in Star Wars, you really never go.” —Denny Watkins
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