|Anon 2.0 Wrote:Yeah I remember someone saying that the Kevin Flynn figure was harder to find than the others. Up here in Canada, there was an abundance of KF figs.
Speaking of which, my local TRU still has one for about $7 lol
Unfortunately, you guys got those ultra-ugly French cards with all the writing on the back.
I'm a MOC collector, I would never settle for one of those, heh.
They weren't only just French on the back, they had multiple languages on them....aka the International version.
I do agree with you in that the US cards look way better as a whole. I am also a MOC collector but eventually bought doubles of nearly everything to open for display so for that part the packaging matters very little to me.
Some places in Canada DID get the US cards although most of the big chain retailers only got the multi language ones in.
Many comic stores who ordered the figures got the US versions in, and even some Dollar stores (Dollarama I believe) were actually selling the US carded version at one point as well for a few bucks each.
I had purchased Quorra and Jarvis from the online Disney store originally, only to find out from a member here that they had been later sighted at Real Canadian Superstore locations. I bought several of each (with thr tab still attached which was awesome) and guess what? They were the US versions! lol
It would've been nice to own all the figures (deluxe and basic) with US packaging, I didn't go out of my way to do so. I do have a mix of US and International Tron Legacy figures, including the small 2 packs. When it comes down to either owning the figure or not owning it, I'll take what I can get hehe.
Now if only I could get a MOC Castor figure, my collection would be complete and I can die happy!
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