Oh wow. Considering that was a few years ago, I believe, I doubt something like that will happen anytime soon xD. If it did, the Rotten Ringmaster would be a good choice, considering other sites may sell him for considerably less than what "Spirit" is.I believe the original price was around $450 and then got reduced to $350.
I don't have this prop so can't comment on assembly or defectiveness. I wanted this for 50% off after Halloween but couldn't locate one.https://spirit-halloween-store.fandom.com/wiki/Spirit_Halloween_2019:_Latest_News#Animatronics
So far it looks like 7 animatronics have been revealed for 2019. Last year it was around 25 in total, if I'm not mistaken. I'm surprised no one's talking about the ones returning. I expected Hugz the Clown and the Pumpkin Patch Prowler, and the Cocooned Corpse and the Nightmare Harvester were also relatively talked about. The thing that really surprised me, though, was Man's Possessed Friend. Considering how he wasn't extremely popular, in my opinion, and his set up was nightmarish, I'm surprised he seems to be returning. Any thoughts?
I think it was only year before last. I remember because I finally found one for $189 with free shipping.Oh wow. Considering that was a few years ago, I believe, I doubt something like that will happen anytime soon xD. If it did, the Rotten Ringmaster would be a good choice, considering other sites may sell him for considerably less than what "Spirit" is.
I agree. I wish the currently innocent face looked slightly more menacing in disguise.
I pretty much agree with your ranking. Crazy Create really depends though, I personally would rank them last as the durability and quality of their props can be pretty subpar most of the time. Especially that vulture. That thing has the quality of a $20 Walmart prop.So how would you guys rank the most popular companies Spirit uses? I would go Seasonal Visions International, Gemmy Industries, YJ Toys and Crafts, Pan Asian Creations, Crazy Create, and Tekky Toys, from highest to lowest quality.
Compared to the doll replica from Trick or Treat Studios, that is actually a bargain. While theirs looks more accurate, it is $500, I believe I can see this one being a big seller, especially with the new movie just out.I'm not going to pay $90 for what is basically a Good Guy doll. If you're a collector, I get it, but this one doesn't interest me at any price point.
I'm assuming this was Spirit's logic when pricing this: