Question for those with Classics...

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  1. butz

    butz slippery when wet

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    A question for anyone who has managed to get their hands on a Classics figure already (like Draven, for example): what is the UPC number on the box (the number under the barcode)??? Doesn't matter which figure; any Classics UPC will do.
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  2. Draven

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    whatchoo need that for? can you call stores with it to see if its in stock?
     
  4. butz

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    Thank you sir!
     
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    Austrailia has funny telephone numbers.

    LOL
     
  6. butz

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    Came up with 5 UPCs for the group, but obviously one of those is the group UPC, so 4 Voyager figures planned thus far... really hope the fourth is Soundwave.
     
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    Banshee MvC2 online! woot!

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    Prime, Megs, Jetfire, Magnus.

    Do I win something? :) 
     
  8. Sol Fury

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    Unfortunately, Magnus has already been proven to be a part of a Target Exclusive two-pack (Battle For Autobot City, with a repainted Starscream as Skywarp), so all you win is this consolation cookie.
     
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    What's funny about our phone numbers? Do you just not understand their format?
     
  10. Altercron

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    that's probably what he was impying yeah, given the fact that in the US its a ten digit number which in my case (770) the area code then a three digit part followed by a 4 digit part

    from wikipedia:
    # Area code - only necessarily dialled from outside the code area, from mobile phones, and (especially within North America) from within overlay plans. Area codes usually indicate geographical areas within one country that are covered by perhaps hundreds of telephone exchanges. Must usually be preceded in the dial string by either the national access code or the international access code and country code. Non-geographical numbers, as well as mobile telephones outside of the United States and Canada, do not strictly speaking have an area code even though they are usually written as if they do.
    # Local number - must always be dialled in its entirety. The first few digits in the local number typically indicate smaller geographical areas or individual telephone exchanges. In mobile networks they indicate the (original) network provider. Callers from a number with a given area/country code usually do not need to include this particular area/country code in the number dialed, which enables shorter 'dial strings' to be used. This is an issue when the number must be keyed by hand, but where the dialling is automated (increasingly common) it is not an issue - and it is arguably better to include the full number with access codes in devices that dial automatically.
     
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    By all accounts thus far, the fourth Voyager is indeed Soundwave.
     
  12. The Spider

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    It's just an in-joke.
    Hey, except for that one thing that rumored Soundwave, what else have we heard?
     
  14. The Spider

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    I think everything on the list (except for Kup) is all we've heard so far. Maybe they'll mention more at Botcon.
     
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    Don't get me wrong, I'm happy as hell that Soundwave will not only be a Classic but be a Voyager class as well... I just wish that they would have done Shockwave first... to go with Jetfire. I fear we may never see another version of Shockwave, whether it be Classics or Commemorative.

    And no, that sorry Shockblast Alternator does not count in my books :) 
     
  16. The Spider

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    I dunno, considering they managed to finally get the Shockwave name I imagine they'll have to use it for something other than a minicon (since they wasted the chance with the Alternator and the Energon one).
     
  17. Sol Fury

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    I'm thinking if Soundwave is a Voyager he'll be about the size of a Deluxe, but come with a bonus basic toy or two who make up his cassettes. Maybe they'd be Minicon sized, in which case we might even get Ravage, Rumble and Laserbeak. But I think two would be the most, maybe with a couple released on their own later?
     

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