More Mega Blok’s Mini-Figs & GPK Flashback
Friday after work, I swung by my local Wal-Mart(I’m sure you already knew that), to get some more of those cool Mega Bloks Marvel Universe mini figures. Just like the Lego mini-figs, there are certain numbers on the bag(above the barcode), to coordinate with the figures in the bags. After receiving a tip from Chunky B. and Jboypacman, I headed to Wally World with my “cheat sheet” in hand. Here are the 2 that headed home with me.
I figured I’d get the classic Spider-Man because it would accent the Venom that I already have. I got Green Goblin because of the sweet accessories, and because he’s the super-rare figure of the set. And it seems like we will be seeing a second series. The checklists that come with every figure say “series 2 coming soon”(sweet!).
Along with the mini-figs, I also picked up Howard the Duck on DVD for five bucks, as well as this sweet impulse buy, right near the register.
These Garbage Pail Kids are titled “Flashback” because they are reprints of the original ones from the eighties(with a few minor changes from the originals). Let’s take a look.
These are Series 2, so I didn’t expect to get the good ones, but there are a couple of ones I do remember(Jolted Joel, Alien Alan). The Unzipped Zack is a pink bordered parallel(1 in 3 packs). You’ll notice that the last card pictured(Bad Art), is missing the Flashback under the GPK logo. This is because it is a “Lost” Garbage Pail Kid. This was one that never made it into the series we got as kids. I think that is pretty cool, something old, yet new. The ones I got, for the most part, just have pieces of puzzles on the back. I was hoping for some with those gross awards on the back(remember them?).
At $1.98 a pack, I think they’re a bit over priced(they used to be 25 cents a pack back in the day), but they are pretty fun, and I wouldn’t mind getting a few more. I did pick up a few other thing that will get worked in here at some point this week. Including Transformers, trading cards and an all-new Beverage Review! For now, I’ll just leave you with this.