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PostPosted: Fri Jul 01, 2011 6:58 pm 
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 02, 2011 9:06 pm 
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hey has anyone seen the imaginext dino ridersish line yet? VERY COOL!!!
heres a link to a pic i took of the one I found today!
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I saw a couple of the Dino Riders at Target today and a Samurai/Ninja line.


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ooh samurai ninja havent seen those yet! imaginext is incredible thats for sure

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I believe you can see a small picture of the Samurai/Ninja line on the back of those Dino Rider sets. So far I have only personally seen some sort of Dragon coach with a samurai. Still, it was pretty cool.


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also for the record the imaginext aircraft carrier is on sale for 22.00$ at toys r us until the 16th im really thinking about buying it even tho I have no room.

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See? I'm sure all of us are at least eighteen years old. We even love the toylines that are not aimed at those who are old enough to vote and such.

Now, why can't Mattel think out of the box and treat each and every DC toyline as if collectors, fans, and kids of all ages enjoy and purchase them?

Those Dino-Rider ones are neat-o.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 04, 2011 11:16 am 
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kevfett wrote:
I believe you can see a small picture of the Samurai/Ninja line on the back of those Dino Rider sets. So far I have only personally seen some sort of Dragon coach with a samurai. Still, it was pretty cool.


The Samurai/Ninja line is a Target exclusive according to FP. I may have to pick some up since I think they would make some good henchmen for the DC line, especially the Ninjas.

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Howard the Duck wrote:
See? I'm sure all of us are at least eighteen years old. We even love the toylines that are not aimed at those who are old enough to vote and such.

Now, why can't Mattel think out of the box and treat each and every DC toyline as if collectors, fans, and kids of all ages enjoy and purchase them?

Those Dino-Rider ones are neat-o.



To be honest I prefer pre-school aged toys. Superhero Squad, Imaginext, Action League, WWE Rumblers, Galactic Heroes etc... All my favorite lines of those particular characters.

I'm even super-excited for the Playskool Marvel Adventure Heroes and Jedi Force.

And yes, the Dino Riders are neat. I love the computer keyboards the riders sit at.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 05, 2011 6:57 am 
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Saw the Armored Dinos, missed the Samurai/Ninja...

What the Frack! I need to get those NOW-ish!

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I stopped at Target today and only saw one of the new dinos and a Samurai battle wagon. Passed on both of them. Although, I will say that the Samurai/Ninja line looks cool. It looks like they will have a building available (or castle). On another note though, it seems that the Target near my work has received some of the Toy Story Imaginext toys. I found this a bit odd since only TRU had carried these items and now they are finding their way to Target. Target also had some of the HeroWorld toys as well, again a line that I had only seen at TRU.

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 06, 2011 5:45 am 
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Fisher Price has a habit of giving a retailer an exclusive "window" (usually 6 mos. to a year) before offering a line to other retailers.

The Space Cops are now showing up at Toys R Us in addition to the other examples you cited.

It could also be a case of only one retailer being interested in a specific line, seeing the success that the line showed, and then wanting to pick it up for resets.

Either way, the more available toys are, the more people have access to them. Win-Win in my eyes.

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Ninja henchmen are good. I'm hoping one looks like Kyodai Ken (sp?) from BTAS. Then he'll join my Imaginext villains officially.


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 06, 2011 7:55 am 
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kevfett wrote:
To be honest I prefer pre-school aged toys. Superhero Squad, Imaginext, Action League, WWE Rumblers, Galactic Heroes etc... All my favorite lines of those particular characters.

I'm even super-excited for the Playskool Marvel Adventure Heroes and Jedi Force.


I agree. For me it's the simplicity. No hyper detail, no hyper articulation just sheer playability. (not that I actually play with them... much)

Hasbro has some of the new Imaginext style Marvel and Star Wars on their website now. The Star Wars look ok, the Marvel ones... not so much. Hulk looks like he's anorexic and Thor's head just looks odd. Might pick up a Spiderman and Wolverine anyways.

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Hasbro has some of the new Imaginext style Marvel and Star Wars on their website now. The Star Wars look ok, the Marvel ones... not so much. Hulk looks like he's anorexic and Thor's head just looks odd. Might pick up a Spiderman and Wolverine anyways.


I went and check them out and started laughing.. Hulk does look like he has been on a diet. I like how they look like a pretty good matchup with the DC Imaginext line. I noticed Hulk's truck is a repaint of the Iron Man car from the Super Hero Squad series.. I figured we be getting some reworked vehicles with these.. makes sense too, they had some decent vehicles.. but the characters couldn't sit in them.. now they can.

Still nothing in Salt Lake City regarding Cat Woman.. Anyone else have any luck?

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