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E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial Blu-ray Amazon Exclusive Spaceship Limited Edition (Updated)

Posted July 25, 2012 04:56 AM by Webmaster

Universal 100thA new Limited Spaceship Edition pre-order listing of the 30th Anniversary Blu-ray Disc of Steven Spielberg's E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial (1982), exclusive to Amazon, has shown up for the US with a price of $104.99.

Update: E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial streets on October 9th.

On YouTube there's a video of what appears to be the Spaceship in symphonic action:



Bonus material included on the E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial disc:
  • Steven Spielberg & ET: A brand new interview with Steven Spielberg, in which he talks about his work with the children and talks about his current and comprehensive view of ET.
  • The ET Journal: Behind the Scenes material of the Oscar winner John Toll (cinematographer). This piece gives the audience the unique feeling of being on location and experience with stress, as it was offset to shoot the aliens.
  • Deleted Scenes
  • A Look Back: Making-Of, including interviews with Cast and Crew
  • The ET Reunion: The reunion: Cast and crew meet and express their thoughts on film.
  • The Evolution and Creation of ET: From idea to script, about the casting to the shooting.
  • The Music of ET: A Discussion with John Williams: interviews and footage of the long- standing relationship between John Williams and Steven Spielberg.
  • The 20th Anniversary Premiere: The composer John Williams on the occasion of the premiere of the new release of the film ET ET live music played at the Shrine Auditorium. This section allows us to look behind the scenes of this performance.
  • Original Trailer





Source: Blu-ray.com | Permalink | Canada United States [Country settings]

News comments (101 comments)


Turnda643
 - Jul 25, 2012

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Awesome collectible. Horrible price. Gonna have to hold off on this for now.

Lucif3r
 - Jul 25, 2012

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Same feeling here, no reason this should be $140.

mishal
 - Jul 25, 2012

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How is that going to fit in my blu-ray shelf?

Ashamed Pegasus
 - Jul 25, 2012

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I don't think I would pay $40 for this. Looks really cheap.

lgans316
 - Jul 25, 2012

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Everything looks bigger and beautiful in pictures.

nefilim
 - Jul 25, 2012

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waste of space.

glatze
 - Jul 25, 2012

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Waste of resources!

mjcavinder
 - Jul 25, 2012

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I Always wanted a Cappuccino Maker!

Irrob
 - Jul 25, 2012

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Far from an iconic display, would have preferred they did a model of the alien instead.

tridon
 - Jul 25, 2012

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And the overpriced, cheap-looking plastic toy makes it to North America! Definitely not worth the asking price.

beadelf
 - Jul 25, 2012

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looks horrific didnt realise kinder suprise made blu ray box sets!!!

paper tiger
 - Jul 25, 2012

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"No, it's a snowcone maker, that's what it is."

Looks really cheap, very overpriced, and not pretty enough to display on my shelf with all of my nice Blu-ray sets.

THGhost
 - Jul 25, 2012

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Looks like a piece of tat.

erlinmeyer
 - Jul 25, 2012

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still going to wait for the equivalent to the UK steelbook

Another_Dude
 - Jul 25, 2012

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Are the agents carrying guns or walkie-talkies?

Space2099
 - Jul 25, 2012

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I think this the only Blu-ray I've ever seen on Amazon that has no discount price. 30% off would bring it to just under $100.

tridon
 - Jul 25, 2012

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There's only two editions that I want for this; the Digibook and the European plush. Both of those together will probably still come out to $100 cheaper than this.

Dr.World
 - Jul 25, 2012

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Spielberg put the guns back in.

Scholer
 - Jul 25, 2012

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Couldn't they just have made a big enough box made or cardboard with a velvetty touch and the iconic original art with the disc in a steelbook or a digipack inside the box. Plus a real size reproduction of the original poster, soundtrack, and other paper material which may all be in a book of sorts. This box is really cheap looking and gimmicky.

jebbarr
 - Jul 25, 2012

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A bag of Reese's Pieces would have have more appealing.

popqazguy
 - Jul 25, 2012

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140? lol they wish....

indiana
 - Jul 25, 2012

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cheap plastic waste

hendersd
 - Jul 25, 2012

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This movie ain't famous for its cool spaceship. Maybe the original (George Pal) War of the Worlds would make an interesting bit of swag, but not ET.

Rayansb
 - Jul 25, 2012

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Am I the only one who thinks this actually looks ugly?!
I LOVE the movie but this spaceship model sucks, and so does the price!

David Dangelico
 - Jul 25, 2012

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Yeah--thats way to expensive for something that isn't even that cool. If they priced it at $40 or even $60 then i may bite...not $140.

UNCMT9
 - Jul 25, 2012

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Cool concept, bad price. $140 can buy quite a few Blus!

Can't wait for the movie itself, though.

BluToMe
 - Jul 25, 2012

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If the Blu-ray re-release of the movie has all the bonus materials minus the schlocky toy, I'll get the re-release only. Considering the plastic toy is made from oil, my car's gas tank is a better use of that resource.

KcMsterpce
 - Jul 25, 2012

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A better idea (still not worth the price, but MORE worth it) would have been to include the original toy from 1982 that was a prosthetic finger that went on your OWN pointer and lit up when you pressed it against something.

That was awesome, and I seriously think it would be cool to have one again!

I wouldn't pay $130 bucks for it, but it would make more sense than paying that for THIS piece of junk.

mordeckai
 - Jul 25, 2012

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tru blu
 - Jul 25, 2012

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Would be better off getting the Steelbook like the U.K

reidw
 - Jul 25, 2012

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Are the discs stored in it or is it just another useless trinket?

nycomet
 - Jul 25, 2012

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It looks like one half of Lady Gaga's bra ---> JAWDROP!

reidw
 - Jul 25, 2012

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It looks just like ET's ship in the movie but of course in the movie it is never shown in bright daylight. The details were always kind of fuzzy to hide the fact that it was never more than a only partially realised model. (As compared to the complete and detailed models in Star Wars, Close Encounters).

coolkev1701
 - Jul 25, 2012

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Uh, doing a huge pass on this one...

CF FilmFan
 - Jul 25, 2012

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Dumb.

ZoetMB
 - Jul 25, 2012

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Assuming there aren't tons of stupid people who actually buy this thing, I wouldn't be surprised to see it for $25 in six months.

fpas
 - Jul 25, 2012

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Get it below $100? Are you serious? This horrible, cheap looking, made in China piece of horse manure, wouldn't even get my consideration if I got paid for it. Never seen such a travesty. Universal, how dare you, in these times? For that price, you'd expect a more metal looking, more detailed model. Although the ship itself is not too fancy in design to begin with.
I'll stick with my exclusive (in a couple of countries only, like The Netherlands) digibook release.

The Great Artiste
 - Jul 25, 2012

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Is this a joke?

Obscene price for a cheap & butt ugly tchotke.

Tacky, tacky...

BLUEGRASS
 - Jul 25, 2012

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BIG PASS from me for the plastic toy.

I would rather see a cool SteelBook case that looks like a Speak and Spell.

moviebuffed
 - Jul 25, 2012

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Cool! it has a remote control too, just push the button and it flies right to you, no need to even get up. Wow

Swissangel4616
 - Jul 25, 2012

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mjcavinder
 - Jul 25, 2012

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Turns out the Cappuccino I made tasted like burnt plastic, make sure to wash it first.

Simonbergeron
 - Jul 25, 2012

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Is it possible that if Ed Wood ever attempted to do a flick out of E.T., the spaceship would look like this instead of like in the Spielberg film? I thought so.

Lexavi80
 - Jul 25, 2012

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Hehe! Is this a joke?

TTC1984
 - Jul 25, 2012

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These little collectables are cool, but not when they break the bank.

doctorD
 - Jul 25, 2012

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Cool prop...but way too expensive.

megafan999
 - Jul 25, 2012

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I do not need this... I do not need this... I do not need this...

Fenny
 - Jul 25, 2012

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For $140 the space ship should open up with a little robotic E.T. that comes out. Picks up the Bluray disc and puts it in your player for you. After it's done with that it should also offer to make you a sandwich and to give you a sensual massage while you watch the movie.

TheBlayman
 - Jul 25, 2012

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I know what this is,.. it's an espresso machine,.. no? Is it a water heater?

Mr.Briggs
 - Jul 25, 2012

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When did Ron Popeil start designing blu ray cases? Makes julienne fries too! And for the first 100 people who order we'll double the order & all you pay is sepaprate shipping & handling.

bullets
 - Jul 25, 2012

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What does it do?

kenkraly2004
 - Jul 25, 2012

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$139.00 for this? And it's cheap plastic come on Universal you can do better than that.

Ron Pulliam
 - Jul 25, 2012

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Amazon doesn't list this when I search for it.

paper tiger
 - Jul 25, 2012

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http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/ET-The-Extra-Terrestrial-Blu-ray/51426/

felix jones
 - Jul 25, 2012

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Looks cheap and, while they got the general shape of the ship right, it looks a fair bit different from the ship in the film. Like someone watched the film then made this from memory some time later.

xxBachelor1981xx
 - Jul 25, 2012

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No Thanks Hoping there is a Best Buy Exclusive Digibook....

DrWally
 - Jul 25, 2012

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John Toll was not the cinematographer on this movie - it was Allen Daviau. What's with that? On the plus side, it looks like we'll finally get to see the deleted Harrison Ford cameo.

Sarge
 - Jul 25, 2012

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At that price, i better be able to pilot it with a remote control.

Marciano315
 - Jul 25, 2012

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ill pass, im not paying over a 100 more dollars for a piece of plastic that takes up all that room on my blu ray shelf

BergKatse
 - Jul 25, 2012

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A crappy Atari ET game cartridge dug up from the desert landfill would be nicer SWAG than this atrocity

nathanp
 - Jul 25, 2012

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God that toy looks cheap, wouldn't even pay $14 let alone $140 for that thing.

Minimejer05
 - Jul 25, 2012

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No thanks. Regular edition for sure.

middleman6573
 - Jul 25, 2012

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I want to go to there.

darryl_05
 - Jul 25, 2012

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For me, this is awesome! E.T. is one of my favourite movies of all time and I will be buying this along with all the other exclusive editions!

Cant wait!!!

bigkatninja
 - Jul 25, 2012

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This thing looks like dump!!! I bet the disks just stack in the top like the Rambo grenade. Universal I hope you read the comments on this page. I think only one person Digged this lame thing.

ShellOilJunior
 - Jul 25, 2012

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Makes WB's Singin' in the Rain umbrella look cool.

DanaCameron7320
 - Jul 25, 2012

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Hideous! Doesn't even look like the ship. Total waste of money. Can't imagine Spielberg's happy about this.

Gosszilla
 - Jul 25, 2012

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E.T.'s favorite appendage should have been the exclusive pack-in item!

http://static.themetapicture.com/media/funny-ET-finger-toy.jpg

swansong
 - Jul 25, 2012

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I rather go outside and watch the grass grow.

Ray O. Blu
 - Jul 25, 2012

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I used to mail in 5 proof-of-purchases from Cap'n Crunch cereal boxes and get swag much nicer than this.

ChadFL
 - Jul 25, 2012

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I love E.T. and was looking forward to a collector's edition. But this isn't it. Looks tacky and VERY overpriced.

Canada
 - Jul 25, 2012

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for $ 140 Amazon can keep this.

DJD
 - Jul 25, 2012

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When I think of everything that $140.00 can buy, this is nowhere on the list. Things are getting insane out there.
MAYBE on Black Friday for $29.99.

Shakingman
 - Jul 25, 2012

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It'll drop. You'll see!

Mr. Joshua
 - Jul 26, 2012

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DasMan
 - Jul 26, 2012

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HaHaHa...for that price..E.T. can fook off home.

ogscorpion
 - Jul 26, 2012

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$140 bucks!? It's too early for an April's Fool's joke Amazon, c'mon. Definitely not worth it.

MoulinBlu
 - Jul 26, 2012

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Considering how incredibly cheap that thing looks, I think I'll wait a year to see if amazon tries unloading their surplus for 14.99 again, like with their Watchmen exclusive - definitely not interested anywhere near the current price.

Whirlygig
 - Jul 26, 2012

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Don't worry, it will be $20 in a year or two for some deal of the day or lightning deal. But even then I won't buy it since I'm all out of room for curios.

nathanp
 - Jul 26, 2012

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I'd almost pay $140 to NOT have that ugly toy on my shelf.

Aricson Tarasova
 - Jul 26, 2012

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To anyone who has the money to burn for this marketing monstrosity: can you lend me a few thousand bucks? I need a vacation.

Gosszilla
 - Jul 26, 2012

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that's Spielberg's son Max firing up that tub toy sitting proudly on top of Steven's toilet tank (seen here in the video)! What you can't see until you get this home is that E.T. is sticking his middle finger straight up at you!

reidw
 - Jul 26, 2012

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Seems unanimous here. No one thinks anything of this bauble.

ontiger
 - Jul 26, 2012

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yeah but does it fly?

DL87
 - Jul 26, 2012

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This is pretty bad-ass!!

supercutz
 - Jul 26, 2012

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How can anyone in their right mind think that cheap flimsy toy is worth an additional $115?

ifireun
 - Jul 26, 2012

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I would venture that part of the exorbitant listing price of this "cheap flimsy toy" is the high cost of shipping this over-sized monster...

The recently announced Lawrence of Arabia is a fine example of how to create an excellent collector's edition. At the far, opposite end of the spectrum, the E.T. Limited Edition will become an infamous example of how NOT to market a collector's edition.

codyap08
 - Jul 27, 2012

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The space ship design does look very cheap and only partially thought out and while I admit I would get a quick 5 minute thrill out of it it would go on my shelf probably just to collect dust. Given that the movie is already 30 years old why do they find it necessary that we still pay full price for it to begin with? Milking at its best.

kafziel
 - Jul 27, 2012

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I guess last month's release of the same package in Germany didn't generate the pre-orders they were hoping for, so now Universal is diverting their giant surplus inventory of crappy plastic spaceships to the States. Yay.

The Chosen One
 - Jul 27, 2012

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This is so worth the price ... if it was made out of high quality materials and weighted more then one of those plastic toys you get from inside those suprise chocolate eggs.

kryptonite1970
 - Jul 27, 2012

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cheap plastic...

whoislikegod81
 - Jul 27, 2012

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Saying goodbye to this one. The build quality seem crappy and it's overpriced! Getting the Steelbook instead.

ilikemytoys
 - Jul 27, 2012

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Now that the release date is set I know what I'm NOT getting for my birthday!

boulder_bum
 - Jul 27, 2012

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I always wondered why Japan and Europe got cool cases like Matrix Nebuchadnezzar ships, Alien heads, Hogwart's Castle, etc. while Americans get of a bunch of crappy paper products like books and postcards in our *gag* "collector's" editions; judging by this thread it's because that's what the peanut gallery demands.

You people are the reason American's can't have nice Blu-ray packaging.

That said, I'll probably skip this one too unless they publish how many will be made. I've been burned by too many "limited editions" that are limited only to the number they can possibly sell. It's more "collectable" if it's more rare.

Incidentally, I wish I would have been at ComicCon San Diego to order the iRobot head that was limited to only 250 copies. Drool!

kafziel
 - Jul 27, 2012

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You enjoy your plastic crap. I'll enjoy my movies.

Lucif3r
 - Jul 27, 2012

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@boulder_bum, then order it: http://www.foxconnect.com/irobot-3d-blu-ray-widescreen.html

boulder_bum
 - Jul 28, 2012

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@Lucid3r - thanks! I wonder if what they're selling online is as limited as the ComiCon sale, though. Cool looking case at any rate! I hope it's the same quality as the Japanese DVD bust.

lokir1
 - Jul 28, 2012

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I love these lil collectible props to go alongside my br collection but this looks waay too cheap and at that price im smh in disappointment

B Z
 - Jul 29, 2012

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Why would I buy that? My penis does the same thing when I see a woman I find attractive.

jeremys6
 - Jul 29, 2012

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$140 for a plastic toy and a blu ray??

ilikemytoys
 - Aug 20, 2012

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Price dropped and so did my resolve. Yes, I am now officially a hypocrite. Damn my hide!


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