Posted 28 July 2015 - 03:01 PM
Thanks to Big Show and his intimate (tee hee, I said "intimate") knowledge of all things Wallgreens I got myself their exclusive ML Ant-Man today.
Although the first Walgreens I went to that allegedly (I have to say "allegedly" for legal reasons) had them, in fact, did not the second Walgreens I went to I hit the jackpot (MJ Watson pun may or may not be intended).
I sauntered over to the aisle where they keep the toys and right at the front of the aisle was a U-boat of merchandise yet to be packed out.
On this u-boat was a cardboard display with Ant-Man artwork on it. So me being me I take it upon myself to remove it from the U-boat to examine exactly what it was.
Well lo and behold there were eight untouched ML Ant-Man figures. I went through them all and found one in both a mint box and a perfect paint job. Just the way God intended.
Thanks Big Show, you're swell!
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