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#1 nik62es

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Posted 09 July 2011 - 03:58 PM

I am not even sure if this should go under M.U.S.C.L.E. (just because we europeans call everything Exogini..I am sure there will be more then one purist objecting to the placement of this post..and I promise not to be upset if I get send elsewhere..forum-wise, that is..) :
I would appreciate your help on the matter of this lot, currently for sale on eBay.
If it is a wonderous mega-bucks find - be my guests, go for it, outbid me, I really really don`t mind, as - you may have noticed by now - I am only interested in a few reference figures to proof my Gormiti origen theory (I am trying for a doctorate at the LRG university, european branch, Gormiti chapter)...

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Posted 09 July 2011 - 04:14 PM

yeah ninjamites have nothing to do with muscle and were released by a completely different company originally in the US.
here is a thread for them -- http://www.littlerub...hp?showforum=88

but as ive found the uncommon to common they got yellow, red then black being the most common. There arent any "rare" ones in the US line much like the exogini that were released in more colors, and in different colors depending on country.

As to what they are worth:
Black figures usually go from $1-$6
Red figures usually go from $3-$8
yellow $5-$10

but there have been instances where European collectors have paid many times over these prices for the figures, usually unknowing that they aren't popular here in the US.

Most US collectors of different LRG toy lines look down on Ninjamites, since they are kinda blah figures (Sub-par sculpts with bad paint apps), and wouldn't pay more than $.25 -$.50 cents for them.

hope this helps.

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Posted 09 July 2011 - 04:21 PM

yeah ninjamites have nothing to do with muscle and were released by a completely different company originally in the US.
here is a thread for them -- http://www.littlerub...hp?showforum=88

but as ive found the uncommon to common they got yellow, red then black being the most common. their arent any "rare" ones in the US line much like the exogini that were released in more colors, and in different colors depending on country.

As to what they are worth:
Black figures usually go from $1-$6
Red figures usually go from $3-$8
yellow $5-$10

but there have been instances where European collectors have paid many times over these prices for the figures, usually unknowing that they arent popular here in the US.

Most US collectors of different LRG toy lines look down on Ninjamites, since they are kinda blah figures (Sub-par sculpts with bad paint apps), and wouldn't pay more than $.25 -$.50 cents for them.

hope this helps.



...that was excellent, if I could rate you, give you action points or simply invite you to a can of root beer, that`s what I`d do right now...but alas this cruel world has made us turn up on opposite parts of the big puddle, so I limit this to a big :hi: ...as in I take my head off to you for such a quick and complete reply. I am bidding US $ 5 plus an amazing US $ 15 shipping, so all in all a bit over one buck for each... I suppose the high prices you quoted are what european and other dummies pay for them, whereas the 50 cts is local value...so if I really get them here at the current bid, I should be happy enough. As you know these guys are still called Exogini here, so it is simply a graphic explanation of it all (I really need to start looking seriously for a Q man, Ultraman or some of that range..as the mother of it all, so to speak..)

Again Ericnilla, thanks a million.
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