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Thread: Coheed and cambria

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    Coheed and cambria

    I have no clue who these guys are, but Neca think its a good idea to release figures of them.

    https://store.coheedandcambria.com/a...eUULJyQLV9CoQY

    http://thefwoosh.com/2020/11/coheed-...edium=facebook
    Last edited by alex; Nov 25, '20 at 6:04 AM.

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    Listened to a couple of songs. They are pretty good. Never heard of them until now.
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    I know somebody in my household is a fan because I know who they are.
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    I’ve heard of them but I have no idea what their music sounds like and had no idea they had comic book tie ins. I give Neca all the credit in the world for taking shots with unlikely properties.
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    Cool that NECA continues to riff on music properties! I'm hoping they keep this concept up along with visual artists… as no one is really catering to these themes outside of Asia.

    I don't think this one is much of a stretch/risk as the band has had a healthy indie following for years, and NECA seems to be running these types of licenses at/near 3000 piece editions. Reminds me when they did the Scott Ian figure a while back.… soon to disappear and become chased in the secondary market.

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