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4-28-2008 @ 2:11PM
You're totally right that any good company should be careful about its licensing, and I can assure you that as someone who has tried to secure a Blizzard license that they are exceptionally picky (in a good way). The thing to keep in mind is that this is a pretty exciting new technology - the fact that unique full color 3d models can be printed at anything close to these prices is simply amazing.I think it's awesome to have as an option - if you want more vibrant colors or bigger figures, you can grab the plastic "action figures" or the minis coming from Upper Deck. Personally, I'm willing to pay a premium for *MY* character, and just wish I'd gotten lucky in the lottery.One last thought - there are several pictures of finished Figureprints on their website and they all show the "dustiness", so I can't see how someone could act all surprised by it. It's not like the Figureprints folks are hiding that or performing some sort of bait-and-switch with photoshopped images.
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