I get that - it always has been for sale. But it just seems strange to me that, what, I presume kids? Are sitting at home playing with action figures of their favourite band. Really? What do they do - arrange them like a live set on stage and move them around like they're playing a gig?elxsound wrote: ↑Wed Feb 24, 2021 10:48 amPop Culture is for sale!kritikon wrote: ↑Mon Feb 22, 2021 4:47 pmYou can buy action figures of bands?
Jeez, I've obviously been under my rock for a long time. I can just imagine what merchandisers could do with, say, action figures of Amy Whitehouse with syringe in one hand. Or Rolling Stone action figures-falling-out-of-tree. My mind had just been boggled.
I get toy cars, action men type figures, my little pony etc. Bands just don't seem like a thing kids would either want or use - I was never into music as a kid of the age that had action figures. Or is it adults? I suppose if people collect daft things like beer mats, maybe it's no stranger to collect band figures. Just doesn't seem like a thing to me.