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im going to orlando next week so can any one tell me the localtion of any comic shops or shops that might sell TF imports (takara reissues etc)



If all else fails, do what I did, use a phone book and a good map to help you find your way to them.


I plotted the general location of several stores in the Ft. Lauderdale area on a map and I pretty much found them all. (5 Targets, 2 Walmarts, and a TRU) I'm sure there was more than that to find, but, I was on vacation and I didn't want to spend the whole time doing nothing but searching for TF's.

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thanks ive been googleing and thiers a place that shows potential since they stock warhammer and comics so TFs arnt much of a leep


ive got 2 weeks to hunt so ive got plenty of time so im not going to rush it

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Finally found Alt Mirage & Prime in Palm Beach county. They had also Camshaft but I passed on him though. They were all at a Wal-mart.

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Found Menasor, a few Quickmixes, Wing Saber, 2 Alt Meisters, Camshaft, and Mirage at various Wal-Marts and Targets in Jacksonville. Quite a bit better distribution than in Missouri.

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Just picked up Alt. Mirage at the Target on 17-92 just past 436. They had Alt. Prime also but I left him, I want the metal one. They also had the wave of 3" Titanium with the "Ark" and the 2 6" figures. I picked up both of them. They have 1 6" Megatron left. The weird thing is they only charged me $4.99 for the 6" Titaniums!!!! I think they are supposed to be $14.99. Score!


Happy Hunting!

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