I had just taken the camera out of my shirt pocket to take a picture when one of the ladies there asked me what I was doing. I explained it and she asked me to not take pictures. But the only thing I wish I had a picture of that I didn't buy was a sealed boxed 90s Toy Biz X-men Danger Room playset. It had no price on it besides a Toy's r Us clearance sticker of 8 bucks. I am sure they wanted more. Anyways I did grab something from this booth. Stuck in the middle of all the $5 to $8 90s Extreme/Image comics was this.
I walk down and notice the huge booth wth everything camo was gone. The corner booth that was always books was gone. Lots of empty spaces.
Then I hit the back corner and see the comics had been restocked. But had two things on the toy shelf that caught my eye.First I saw a snackbag sized baggie with 3 toys in it.One of which was this.
The comics were one set price. No discount if you bought a bunch. But the price was good.I just went thru and grabbed stuff either I had heard was good or looked interesting.
So I put the rest of the comics from the bin that I don't want back up. And glance behind all the Nascar models on the toy shelf and find.
Yep a Peter Pan Book and Record of Jules Verne's 20,000 Leagues under the Sea.I see it is priced higher than the comics.So I open it up and see why.
Yep it still has the 45 in it. And it looks to be in great shape. Not that I have anything I could play a 45 on.
Overall not a bad trip to Vendors. The comics all look decent. The Thing toy was great. Same with the Book and Record set. I do hope some of the now empty booths get replaced with at least one that deals in books.