Posted by D_Martin on March 28, 2005 at 02:31 PM CST
As an odd twist, it appears that Canadian collectors may find a series of card variations with the new ROTS figures. Historically, Canadian toys rarely see any variations even when they are appropriate, and when a variation is discovered it is usually in super low numbers. In terms of percentages, some Canadian variations are produced in single digits, making production of them in the very low thousands. That being said, Canadian collectors will have to scan the aisles with an eagle eye, as it appears that some figures are showing up with the ?action stickers? on the blisters. At this time it is uncertain if the figures in question will continue to have the stickers throughout their entire run. Thanks goes to Rebelscum reader Brian for the images.
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