Marvel Universe Nick Fury Figure Shows Up At TRU In Singapore

Marvel Universe Nick Fury Figure Shows Up At TRU In Singapore


Jay Cochran - May 29, 2009
It appears that the 3 3/4" Nick Fury figure that is slated to be exclusive here in the United States is being sold overseas at TRU stores for the same cost as a regular Marvel Universe. At least that is according to some folks over at the SGCollect forums.

Though no official details about how those of us here in the states will be able to get to it, early indications are that you will need to subscribe to an online comic subscription from Marvel. For more details on that, click here.

June 1 is when Hasbro is supposed to reveal the "offical" details on this so stay-tuned for additional information as it becomes available.





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coolninjadude - 2009-07-23 @ 6:30 pm

file card and figure. Joints are nice and tight and holds his bfg pretty well.

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coolninjadude - 2009-07-23 @ 6:21 pm

my mail away nick fury came in!

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pooda - 2009-06-21 @ 9:57 pm

fury looks like malcolm in the middle

RodimusVTS - 2009-06-21 @ 8:03 pm
Small request: Does anyone have the Marauder Beret and second Punisher? I was thinking of making What If... The Punisher became an Agent of SHIELD with a 3rd Nick Fury, but I need to see how the hat fits first on Punisher II's head. Thanks.

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You could always just use the Cobra Flint head.

thedevilsdue06 - 2009-06-21 @ 5:35 pm

check your spam folder, or contact customer service. there should also be a button to re-send incase it was deleted by mistake.

ahamilton24 - 2009-06-21 @ 5:19 pm

sorry if this has already been discussed somewhere in this thread, but has anyone who already had a digital comics subscription tried to get the form needed for the nick fury figure?

i extended my subscription (i know it's a divisive topic around here, but personally i love being able to just read a quick issue on my laptop whenever i want, and the selection of classic comics is really great) and got a message saying customer service would be sending me an e-mail shortly. that was week ago. i don't want to miss out on the chance to get one!

thanks!

shadowmachine - 2009-06-17 @ 4:30 pm

Small request: Does anyone have the Marauder Beret and second Punisher? I was thinking of making What If... The Punisher became an Agent of SHIELD with a 3rd Nick Fury, but I need to see how the hat fits first on Punisher II's head. Thanks.

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Goldbug - 2009-06-17 @ 5:31 am
Yeah, I went the Ebay route as well. I doubt there's much of anything I wanted to read on the Marvel Digital Subscription that I already haven't or don't own a hard-copy of, so wasn't worth it. I was also wary about Marvel automatically charging my credit card to renew the service after 3 months--which I guarantee they will do, so any of you who don't want it after 3 months, be sure to go on the site and CANCEL the service if you don't want to be charged for an additional 3 months.

I paid an extra $15 including the shipping from Singapore, and I'll probably recieve it in the next 2-3 weeks (I bought and paid for it last week). And I won't have to worry about canceling the Digital Subscription service, and I'll receive the figure at least a month sooner.

Looking forward to Nick Fury! Now I want an Ultimates / Movie version (they're interchangeable, really).

Another option for people who would not want Marvel to auto-renew would be to use a temporary credit card number. Then afterwards when they try to renew it will be declined. That'll show 'em. :wolverine2:

I'm almost positive that's fraud. Do you have any other bright ideas?

Umm no it is not fraud. You have to check if your credit card company has that option. I know for my Bank of America MasterCard I can create a temporary number to use online. They have this to prevent online ID theft or fraud. :p

thedevilsdue06 - 2009-06-16 @ 8:09 pm

if using a temporary credit card was fraud they wouldnt sell them in convenient stores.

cjflan32 - 2009-06-16 @ 7:45 pm
Yeah, I went the Ebay route as well. I doubt there's much of anything I wanted to read on the Marvel Digital Subscription that I already haven't or don't own a hard-copy of, so wasn't worth it. I was also wary about Marvel automatically charging my credit card to renew the service after 3 months--which I guarantee they will do, so any of you who don't want it after 3 months, be sure to go on the site and CANCEL the service if you don't want to be charged for an additional 3 months.

I paid an extra $15 including the shipping from Singapore, and I'll probably recieve it in the next 2-3 weeks (I bought and paid for it last week). And I won't have to worry about canceling the Digital Subscription service, and I'll receive the figure at least a month sooner.

Looking forward to Nick Fury! Now I want an Ultimates / Movie version (they're interchangeable, really).

Another option for people who would not want Marvel to auto-renew would be to use a temporary credit card number. Then afterwards when they try to renew it will be declined. That'll show 'em. :wolverine2:

I'm almost positive that's fraud. Do you have any other bright ideas?

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