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Wedge1021

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Re: Star Trek figures
« Reply #15 on: August 13, 2011, 10:12:44 PM »

Saw some six inch movie trek figures at Dollarama!! They were $2 each. Even at $2 I passed. Was tempted by old spock, but what am I gonna do with a random old spock? But wow, $2 at dollarama 2 years later!! The movie was really good, but the toys sure did flop!!

I saw those today as well. Looked like it might have been an entire set. I am a long-time fan, but the new movie just rubbed me the wrong way. Not sure about those toys either. It's just not the same as "real" Trek. I've got a bunch of Playmates figures from the 90s, and for some reason they seemed better than these. I too was tempted by the old Spock though, but yeah, what to do with one random Spock?
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Re: Star Trek figures
« Reply #16 on: September 18, 2016, 08:46:36 AM »

Here's another odd one from Dollarama! At 2 different dollaramas this weekend I found literally 17 Doctor McCoy Reaction figures priced $3 each. That's 17 of them at each dollarama. And no sign of any other Reaction figures. So if you want to army build Dr. McCoy, check your local Dollaramas.

Very odd!

PS: Be careful about the packaging though. As I was searching through the pegs, one of the tricorders fell out of one of the packages. The glue on the bubbles is terrible and some of the bubbles separate from the packaging if you look at it funny.
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Re: Star Trek figures
« Reply #17 on: September 18, 2016, 09:39:42 PM »

PS: Be careful about the packaging though. As I was searching through the pegs, one of the tricorders fell out of one of the packages. The glue on the bubbles is terrible and some of the bubbles separate from the packaging if you look at it funny.

Maybe that's why they ended up at Dollarama - perhaps a bad lot at the packaging factory.
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Re: Star Trek figures
« Reply #18 on: September 20, 2016, 01:16:34 AM »

I dunno. If that was the case they should have more than Dr.  Mccoys. A lot of the trek figures suffer from bad bubble glue. And I found a batch of karate kid figures at another dollarama today. So keep an eye out for random reaction figures at dollarama.
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