Discussion in 'Super7 Showroom' started by Geobukgan, Jul 2, 2019.
Pretty sure this is the stuff of nightmares, but sign me up!
The above is base on this strip.
I am looking forward to these.
Gotta check out https://www.instagram.com/super7/ for all the previews. Tons of cool stuff.
Got the email notification that there will be Peanuts clothing! Any chance of getting them through the S7 store I wonder?
I'm liking S7's offerings for their Good Grief pop up shop! Will definitely have to make my way over there. That Charlie figure is very cute.
So that masked Snoopy is supposed to be life-size... crazy!
The action figures really capture the look of the comics well. Packaging looks excellent too.
The proportions of the toys look great. These look way better then some of the other initial reaction toys.
Most likely buying a lot of this. Love that 1:1 scale Snoopy! This gift shop opens the same time I'll be at Funko Fundays. Might stop by afterwards or wait til Saturday morning.
These are incredible! I need all the keshi!
$195 doesn't seem too bonkers for that giant Snoopy. The daily that it is based on really caused my brain to crackle when I first encountered it. I don't think disarming, meta and genuinely hilarious are the first qualities that come to mind when folk usually think about newspaper comic strips from the '50s.
I can very much appreciate the scale, and might well consider the adoption if I were more comfortably able to shoulder the cost, but for reasons completely outside of finances I do wish that the footrest was actually of a a similar size to the dollie that Medicom beat them to the punch with back in '12:
Their whole '50s line from that year was quite well done.
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