#1 Posted by sheldontheemu (4 posts) - - Show Bio

Hey guys, google couldn't help me with this. I've seen some toy reviewers with speech bubbles on their toys. I love this idea, and as I kinda have a little story in my head as for how my figures are arriving on the scene ( for now anyways, only on my first one) and wanted to know how this is done. I don't wanna risk staining my figures with tape or anything, so do you guys have any clue?

#2 Posted by JediXMan (31289 posts) - - Show Bio

They probably do it digitally. I highly doubt the speech bubbles are real.

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#3 Posted by YourNeighborhoodComicGeek (20443 posts) - - Show Bio

@JediXMan said:

They probably do it digitally. I highly doubt the speech bubbles are real.

This, unless they have really thin wires that are attached to the figures.

#4 Posted by JediXMan (31289 posts) - - Show Bio

@YourNeighborhoodComicGeek said:

@JediXMan said:

They probably do it digitally. I highly doubt the speech bubbles are real.

This, unless they have really thin wires that are attached to the figures.

Which seems to me like an awful lot of work for something that can so easily be done digitally.

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#5 Posted by batkevin74 (11209 posts) - - Show Bio

@JediXMan: Bwhahahahahahaha

#6 Posted by sheldontheemu (4 posts) - - Show Bio

A late thank you for your input. Blasts! I was looking forward to being able to have a 3D comic books scene on my ledge!