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Ideal figures question

Discussion in 'Action Figures' started by MIKEB97, Aug 3, 2002.

  1. MIKEB97 New Member

    What if Sesame Street figures were made under the Palesides line?
  2. FellowWLover Member

    Whelp, it has been brought up before, but without too much enthusiasm here I must say. Personally, I would like to buy good quality SS figures, but most people seem to think that anything Palisades would make would not be appropriate for children safety-wise, and would then cause legal issues for the company. I think it would be cool though, but I am not buying the Muppet figures so my opinion might not sway folks.
  3. Jimbo504 New Member

    I would buy maybe a few figs, but only like my favorites.

    I would definately buy a Grover fig if they made one!

    What about Fraggle Rock too?
  4. MIKEB97 New Member


    Fraggle Rock figs would be great! Palesides could make a naked Grover and a Super Grover! I would also purchase Grover including Bert, Ernie, Cookie, Oscar, the Count and Herry. Big Bird would be bigger than the others. What about Mr. Snuffleupagus?
  5. beaker Well-Known Member

    >>>What about Fraggle Rock too?<<<
    FR seems to be a more likely chopice than Sesame given the fan market...but with the recent Japanese Sesame products and nostalgia factor, its a possibility some sort of Sesame colelctor products stateside will be made.
  6. BlueFrackle Active Member

    Cory,

    That Japanese stuff isnt recent, Just find your way to a Japanese Auction site, You will see lots of it dating back to the early Eighties !

    See ya

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