Cameron Collectibles wrote:Brian, we talked about doing a chase piece and I thought it was a good idea. Mike Becker used to do a 480 and blend them in the cases but the dealers would grab them all and overcharge for them. If I remember correctly we talked about sealing the wobblers in black plastic so no one could see the wobbler inside without tampering with it or putting the wobbler in backwards and then sealing it. I don't know that it would be considered a member benefit but it would be fun especially with Easter coming.
Not intending to offend my wobbler pimp Brad, but I, for one, would not be interested in buying any wobbler that may turn out to be special. I need to know what I am buying before I commit to buy. I don't want to spend $$ on something on the chance it could be special.
I do like the idea of some chase pieces, but they would need to have some major differences from the standard. Different base color is a good start. How about special printing on the front of the base? All of them signed by Rob S. Wilky / Brian? Color changes on the wobblers bodies / heads? Tattoos? Designs on their bodies (sim'l to Cameron logo on Freddy)? Freddy Funclub Artist Series?
School Lunch Freddy (dat ok, Jim?).....