Dave Galanter
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Subj: Re: BP figurine & magazine info
Posted: Sun Mar 18, 2007 at 03:00:25 pm EDT
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Posted: Fri Mar 16, 2007 at 10:23:51 am EDT

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Some time back here their was an inquiry in regards to the BP figurine and magazine item solicited in PREVIEWS last year but no one actually had one in order to describe it. I can now do so regarding the magazine- (from my site's news page): Last year I saw that Eaglemoss International were producing Marvel figurines combined with a magazine about each
character and there was one based on Black Panther. The PREVIEWS solicitation had limited info and the figurine was not
based on the Sal&Bob design so I did not order the items. Fast-forward to 2 months ago when I found out that my pal Ernie
Pelletier was collecting these figurines but giving away the magazines to his nephew. When I asked what was in the BP
magazine (issue#30) he confirmed that there were 9 Sal&Bob images within the glossy 19 page issue & that it was a great book containing the history of BP
and much further info (stats, famous covers, supporting cast, enemies, secrets, behind the scenes, etc.) as well including art reproductions by many artists over the character's history from Kirby to Eaton, from Byrne to Romita, Jr., etc. He gave me his copy and I must agree. If you are a fan of T'Challa you need to get this merchandise
IMO and if your retailer cannot order it you can order it directly from the link (below) to this British company (in fact, you might be able to order the magazine separately from the figurine but I cannot confirm that):
http://www.marvel-figurines.co.uk/index.html

> Some time back here their was an inquiry in regards to the BP figurine and magazine item solicited in PREVIEWS last year but no one actually had one in order to describe it. I can now do so regarding the magazine- (from my site's news page): Last year I saw that Eaglemoss International were producing Marvel figurines combined with a magazine about each
> character and there was one based on Black Panther. The PREVIEWS solicitation had limited info and the figurine was not
> based on the Sal&Bob design so I did not order the items. Fast-forward to 2 months ago when I found out that my pal Ernie
> Pelletier was collecting these figurines but giving away the magazines to his nephew. When I asked what was in the BP
> magazine (issue#30) he confirmed that there were 9 Sal&Bob images within the glossy 19 page issue & that it was a great book containing the history of BP
> and much further info (stats, famous covers, supporting cast, enemies, secrets, behind the scenes, etc.) as well including art reproductions by many artists over the character's history from Kirby to Eaton, from Byrne to Romita, Jr., etc. He gave me his copy and I must agree. If you are a fan of T'Challa you need to get this merchandise
> IMO and if your retailer cannot order it you can order it directly from the link (below) to this British company (in fact, you might be able to order the magazine separately from the figurine but I cannot confirm that):
> http://www.marvel-figurines.co.uk/index.html

I've had this for about 2 months when I got it at a local con I took my son to.

http://510500864.slide.com/p/0/At+the+Phoenix+Comic+Con

It's sweet but the lead warning label on the figurine was pretty shocking, that's why we never took it out of the box. It said something like wash hands after touching figurine or..........you'll die, DAMN! At least that was my impression


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