DC Universe Classics Series 1 for Best Pal

Posted: Saturday, April 12, 2008 by Shaun in Labels: , ,
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I'm so gonna regret passing on these figs down the road...


...but I need to keep disciplined and stick to sixth scale figures only. If only.











Scored each fig for Best Pal for only S$21, way lower than Singapore's retail price.

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12 comments:

  1. neoconvoy says:

    i am getting a bit worried...i hope the next set of pictures will not be posing ones...

    man, the red tornado yellow paint job is quite crappy...

  1. Shaun says:

    you'll be as likely to find a red tornado with a great paint job as finding an ironman from the first batch with a great paintjob.

    Look forward to the next set of pix, you might just see metamofo in the flesh!

  1. Ha! I'm the exact opposite. I pass on the 12 inch figures because I need to stay disciplined to my 6 inch collection.

  1. Shaun says:

    to each his own, dash. :) have u picked up these beauties?

  1. Yep! Couldn't leave Toys "R" Us without 'em!

  1. Speaking of Toys "R" Us- have you checked out their exclusive 13 inch CYBORG SUPERMAN from the DC Classics line?

  1. Shaun says:

    Dash MacBastard said...
    Yep! Couldn't leave Toys "R" Us without 'em!


    Ha! good to know. :)

    Dash MacBastard said...
    Speaking of Toys "R" Us- have you checked out their exclusive 13 inch CYBORG SUPERMAN from the DC Classics line?


    Correct me if I'm wrong, he's from Mattel and in 12" scale? It goes for about US$60 here, which is a price I am unwilling to pay.

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  1. Shaun says:

    what has the above comment got to do with this post?

  1. Shaun, YOU are correct.
    And I am a lousy typist.
    Curse these freakishly huge fingers of mine! I should get myself a custom made keyboard with 3 inch by 3 inch keys to accomadate my meaty, ungainly digits!
    The Cyborg Superman IS 12 inches, not 13.

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    Has Skynet taken over the Fortress..?

  1. Shaun says:

    Dash MacBastard said...
    And I am a lousy typist.
    Curse these freakishly huge fingers of mine! I should get myself a custom made keyboard with 3 inch by 3 inch keys to accomadate my meaty, ungainly digits!


    I'm sure the hoochies appreciate them digits, Dash, so I wouldn't worry too much about the keyboard. :)