It’s getting pretty late and I need my beauty rest, so this one covering the SDCC Exclusive Toy Story Buzz Lightyear is going to be pretty brief.
I’m not sure why I took pictures of the outer box. It’s black. It has what I presume is the Buzz Lightyear logo on it. It also picks up fingerprints like one of those beautiful people on CSI: Miami. The goods are inside. Buzz’s rocketship are held in place by a couple of cardboard inserts that help protect those wings. It’s been a long time since I’ve watched the first Toy Story, but the packaging is close enough for my poor memory. It evokes the packaging from the movie, even if it’s not accurate to it.
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Just getting more San Diego Comic-Con pics cleaned up and posted. In this installment, I’ve got Futurama figures from Toynami and a bunch of robots from Bandai.
Futurama – I became a big fan of the show after a friend relentlessly badgered me to watch it after it had been canceled. I never picked up any figures, just not my style, but with the new Toynami figures coming out, there’s an opportunity for folks looking to start up a collection now that more episodes have been picked up by Comedy Central for 2010.