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    Which packaging do you want

    I was looking at Lobo's packaging from the DCU line and I really like it. The way they have it the blister can remove from the cardback but then be re attached on these brackets. So you can open it and then reseal it later if you want.

    What kind of packaging do do you want?

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    Classic packaging!!! Bubble Glued to the card, no freakin TAPE!!!

    Avatar, The last air-bender type packaging. Thick and Sturdy shiny card with a bubble sealed and no use of tape! The bubble should be shaped like the originals.
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    Lobo doesn't have tape... The plastic has like this snaps that conncet to seal it.. so you can ondo them and open him and the card is there inside. its very cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patreek View Post
    Lobo doesn't have tape... The plastic has like this snaps that conncet to seal it.. so you can ondo them and open him and the card is there inside. its very cool
    Oh, I know. I'm just talking about lines like the TMNT movie where the figs are literally falling off the card

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    oh ahhaha. See the thing is... alot of my 200x and stactions the glue is digrading and the blister is opening up on its own and they just sit on a shelf... i hate that and it look bad

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    I think a resealable type of packaging would be cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patreek View Post
    oh ahhaha. See the thing is... alot of my 200x and stactions the glue is digrading and the blister is opening up on its own and they just sit on a shelf... i hate that and it look bad
    Yeah, I know. The same thing happened to couple of my MOC figs as well The trick is to have them lying flat so that gravity and the figures weight doesn't put any extra stress on the seal and bubble. So far havn't had any issues

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    I want something... Special.
    I like the idea of a re-sealable type packaging... Something that the figure would look cool in, yet retain many of the classic elements of the original packaging.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patreek View Post
    I was looking at Lobo's packaging from the DCU line and I really like it. The way they have it the blister can remove from the cardback but then be re attached on these brackets. So you can open it and then reseal it later if you want.
    What he said

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    Give me the reseable
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    A plastic blister shaped like the classic line that slides into a box frame, leaving the blister open to the air and preventing damaging when opening.

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    boxed like past exclusives.

    I don't plan on supporting this line unless they make good on their promise of "All Eras", but if they do, I want the figures I buy to be easily removable from their boxes, if I so choose.

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    boxed would be fine i guess that would allow for taking out and resealing... but i really love these Lobo cases... does any other figure/toyline utilize this or something similar?

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    I'm going with the concensus on this one. I'm all about resealable. That makes me want to track down a Lobo figure even more now.
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    I'm all for resealable, but does anyone have a picture of the DCU resealable cards?
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    Cheapest packaging possible.

    My figures will be standing on a shelf somewhere not sitting in their bubbles Its bad enough that articulation costs money, but I don't want to pay through the nose for a BOX!

    Tell you what to save 5$, if they want to, they can stick mine in a ziplock bag, package it with shipping foam peanuts and tape a plain white box shut with a stamp on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phantom1592 View Post
    Cheapest packaging possible.

    My figures will be standing on a shelf somewhere not sitting in their bubbles Its bad enough that articulation costs money, but I don't want to pay through the nose for a BOX!

    Tell you what to save 5$, if they want to, they can stick mine in a ziplock bag, package it with shipping foam peanuts and tape a plain white box shut with a stamp on it.
    lol

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    According to toyfare mag, 4H crew says the packaging will come on a blister card that will share similar color cues (as grayskull´s) and will include comic art and bios on the back.

    I support that.
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