Big O figures sightings on Ebay

Big Big Moon 12-04-2006 09:49 AM
For those of you who (like myself) have been crestfallen at the lack of Big O collectibles in stores, take heart! A weekly Ebay search ritual has snagged me the following:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie...em=260059345269
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie...60039047184&id=

Unfortunately, I contacted Cosmic-King to see if they had any more figures in stock for you folks, but they replied that Big Duo was a "rare vintage find."

Along with these two, I've found a South Carolina seller who occasionally puts up a bundle of Big O/Big Duo sealed figures (although his prices are a bit too high for my tastes), a cosplayer who put up a Roger Smith replica watch (which was snatched from my grasp at the last second Mad ), the occasional DVD set, and of course a seemingly endless stream of Big O minifigure sets.

And check out this little beauty:

http://cgi.ebay.com/Light-Sign-The-Big-O...tem300056597508

Summarized, keep searching! The goods are definitely out there.
The Ghost of Ember 12-04-2006 08:11 PM
quote:
Originally posted by Big Big Moon
a cosplayer who put up a Roger Smith replica watch (which was snatched from my grasp at the last second Mad )


That was probably me. Who snatched it from your grasp, that is. Haha, Sorry. I'm pretty much done with my Big O shopping excursions though, so you probably don't have to worry about future competition from me at least.

Also: Christ that Duo sold for little. I spent $60+ on mine. On the subject of the neon signs, that's been the subject of some debate in my house, due to their low price and high shipping cost. My sister insists it must be a scam of some sort, while I tend to agree, I think it's a scam on Ebay, not on the consumer.
Capt. Quekolis 12-16-2006 10:21 PM
They have that sign on there alot I think they have a bunch of them in bulk and just sell them one after another. I also remember seeing several other figurine sets.