Post by greyelephant on Jul 16, 2008 21:13:03 GMT -5
Today at 3:41pm, greyelephant wrote:BTW- Galactic Heroes were off the market for about 2 years. They've been running now for around 4 years straight since. And don't give me the garbage about them not being comparable. They are a toy driven by a children's market just like our beloved toys.
They are absolutely not comparable. They have plastic and franchise names in common, but aside from that they're vastly different. They're a game that moonlights as a toy, so it will sell and has sold like a game, not an action figure.
Driven by a children's market? That may be the target audience, but look around and tell me who drove this line. Sure, kids picked them up every once in a while when curiosity hit, but you can't deny how much cash WE, the adult consumers, have spent on these. A random child buying one or two packs, or people like me that emptied toy shelves on shopping trips? I know that I'm not alone.
You don't belive me then have Radar ask Brian and see what his response is. And if we are who drove it, then that IS why it failed. Bottom line.
Post by superflytnt on Jul 17, 2008 11:00:52 GMT -5
Well, at this point I've read all I need to read, and we can certainly do it. We have to buy 5K$ in products (any products) in case quantities, and you can mix and match. That means that if we want all the Tix they have in a warehouse somewhere and it's only 3200$, we need to buy 1800$ in other products. I can't even determine at this point if it's viable because nobody has been able to tell me if Attacktix SKUs are available for order from 'Bro.