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Mortal Kombat XL - PlayStation 4

$18.73

Easy, my ex was a manager for kb toys before it collapsed, and they got all the extra jazz ware crap that didn't sell at TRU. They couldn't sell it either. I have 3 local TRU stores, and several Walgreens stores, they have had the same night wolf and clear raiden toys for almost 3 years. There is 3years worth of dust on them. One of my local TRU stores even had Shao Kahn's throne for two years on clearance... They don't sell.

Infinite concepts planned wave 2 at the same time as wave one. Neither ever achieved mass release. A VERY small number was released to test markets, but IC died before they could secure mass release deal. I know, I constantly emailed them, and called local toy and comic stores every week for months when they were supposedly released.

Street fighter was far more successful than the mortal Kombat Hasbro toys. I saw those in 1995 when I was hardcore into MK, and I was one of the few that bought them all at retail. They ended up going on clearance a few weeks after release. No one wants toys based on those figures. Not in a mass market sense. Statues, made in very limited number, can sell. There are enough nerds to buy 2000 statues... Mass marketed toys need to sell 10 times that... And MK really doesn't have that pull for toys. The major selling point of the games is gore, which doesn't translate to mass market toys. Mommy isn't buying little jimmy a scorpion toy with removable spine.

Easy, my ex was a manager for kb toys before it collapsed, and they got all the extra jazz ware crap that didn't sell at TRU. They couldn't sell it either. I have 3 local TRU stores, and several Walgreens stores, they have had the same night wolf and clear raiden toys for almost 3 years. There is 3years worth of dust on them. One of my local TRU stores even had Shao Kahn's throne for two years on clearance... They don't sell.

Infinite concepts planned wave 2 at the same time as wave one. Neither ever achieved mass release. A VERY small number was released to test markets, but IC died before they could secure mass release deal. I know, I constantly emailed them, and called local toy and comic stores every week for months when they were supposedly released.

Street fighter was far more successful than the mortal Kombat Hasbro toys. I saw those in 1995 when I was hardcore into MK, and I was one of the few that bought them all at retail. They ended up going on clearance a few weeks after release. No one wants toys based on those figures. Not in a mass market sense. Statues, made in very limited number, can sell. There are enough nerds to buy 2000 statues... Mass marketed toys need to sell 10 times that... And MK really doesn't have that pull for toys. The major selling point of the games is gore, which doesn't translate to mass market toys. Mommy isn't buying little jimmy a scorpion toy with removable spine.

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