Anons, what is this? New line that's only 300 yen? Apiece? There's also a black version of the character and a black version of the cart. Then there are accessory packs similar to pose skeletons. Whatever this line is, talk about it here!
Ya... my thoughts exactly. We must find a way to acquire.
As an aside, I'm liking these cheap, roughly 1/18 figures from Japan. A nice change of pace and fun little lines to collect on the side.
We talked about these in a gashapon thread a month ago. Some guy found a site but it was like minimum 20 pieces an order, so we opted to do a group buy when it came out. I think it releases in march.
I think it was just the home page for Epoch. No idea if they ship overseas. They usually don't.
Middleman after it comes out is the best bet.
I think I'll be in Japan when it comes out if it's March....I should buy all I can and resell them muahahaha
Fair is not bro price. It's not a markup either. It's essentially a group buy. Split the shipping equally then everyone puts in however much they want for whatever they wanted. So 4 pieces would be 1200 yen plus whatever the split shipping is.
You're real smart...
just keep an eye out or search the site for another store that ships overseas
>You're real smart...
Yes I am, actually.
What >5402734 is doing is basically complaining about >5402650's rather blatant joke about buying them and selling them at a higher price.
Perfect example of you poorfags crying about "bro prices" and "let's work together and not make money off each other"
Myself? If I had the time or the interest to track some of these down, I'd buy as many as I could, and I would sell them for a good size markup, either here or some other places. Best case, I'd make a little dosh. Worst case, I'd have some trinkets to give out as gifts or something.
Unless I'm specifically part of a group buy, what's fair is whatever I can get away with charging. I owe no one here anything. Especially "bro prices" because you expect them.
Just got my friends in Japan to keep an eye out for these and get me as many as possible as well as any sets they find.
Feels good man.
I'm not sure there's anything to be jealous of. Assuming you're the wannabe salesman, you're not going to undersell the folks on eBay, which means that you'll not even make back your initial investment, as I guarantee you they've got wholesale connections whereas I doubt you even read katakana let alone know the ins and outs of Japanese small goods markets.