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Random non Star Wars question about Gremlins

Postby Darth Bobby » Wed Jul 24, 2019 5:53 pm

I’ve started buying Modern NECA Gremlins 6” figures And I want to buy some toy stands for them... I’m getting conflicting advice online. I don’t suppose anyone knows which toy stands fit the hole in the foot?
Thanks, Scott.
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Re: Random non Star Wars question about Gremlins

Postby Palifan » Wed Jul 24, 2019 8:48 pm

Can't help you unfortunately Scott but these look to be a great line to get into and I've been pretty impressed with the Neca output for years now. I have quite a soft spot for their cloth Mego style figures they put out and there looks to be some great additions getting release later in the year.

Hopefully someone can help you out but I'm surprised you're having trouble standing them up with the look of their feet.

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Re: Random non Star Wars question about Gremlins

Postby Darth Bobby » Wed Jul 24, 2019 9:24 pm

Palifan wrote:Can't help you unfortunately Scott but these look to be a great line to get into and I've been pretty impressed with the Neca output for years now. I have quite a soft spot for their cloth Mego style figures they put out and there looks to be some great additions getting release later in the year.

Hopefully someone can help you out but I'm surprised you're having trouble standing them up with the look of their feet.

Ian


They are very cool and pretty good value at around £30 each, the sculpt and paint are fantastic. Vintage is so expensive at the moment that it’s nice to treat yourself to something without spending loads of cash. I’m not really a modern collector but these look
retro to me, I’d have loved them as a kid. The feet are pretty good but they tend to be a bit top heavy when loaded up with the accessories, plus if one falls they all go down. Plus, remember they are gremlins so can be pretty uncooperative.

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Re: Random non Star Wars question about Gremlins

Postby chiffy » Tue Jul 30, 2019 5:34 pm

That made me chuckle. I'm 45 years old and still get pissed off with the domino rally effect when one of your display figures nosedives and takes the rest of the collection with it! :mrgreen: I swear they come to life like toy story as more often than not it ends up in a pile on with Princess Leia on the bottom. Usually a scrap between Hulk Hogan, Mumra, Trap Jaw and Amanaman to see who can get in her knickers quickest :lol:
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Re: Random non Star Wars question about Gremlins

Postby Darth Bobby » Tue Aug 06, 2019 3:07 pm

chiffy wrote:That made me chuckle. I'm 45 years old and still get pissed off with the domino rally effect when one of your display figures nosedives and takes the rest of the collection with it! :mrgreen: I swear they come to life like toy story as more often than not it ends up in a pile on with Princess Leia on the bottom. Usually a scrap between Hulk Hogan, Mumra, Trap Jaw and Amanaman to see who can get in her knickers quickest :lol:


Ha ha classic, poor old Leia.

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Re: Random non Star Wars question about Gremlins

Postby Ruby2511 » Tue Aug 06, 2019 5:59 pm

chiffy wrote:That made me chuckle. I'm 45 years old and still get pissed off with the domino rally effect when one of your display figures nosedives and takes the rest of the collection with it! :mrgreen: I swear they come to life like toy story as more often than not it ends up in a pile on with Princess Leia on the bottom. Usually a scrap between Hulk Hogan, Mumra, Trap Jaw and Amanaman to see who can get in her knickers quickest :lol:


Funny :lol: :lol: :lol:
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