Re: The Action Figure and Toy Collecting and Discussion Thread!
At least nobody ever has to worry about Hot Toys products shelfwarming and gathering dust in a warehouse someplace. They might be pricey, but high-end toys and collectibles like that are always produced in much, much smaller and limited numbers than the mass production action figures and dolls we see at your average Wally World or Toys 'R' Us, so the company eventually makes money on all its product and has terrific or outstanding sales(I imagine).
Human instinct is pretty strong. You can't expect us to change overnight.
-Captain Jonathan Archer, 2151