I don't think anyone has posted this yet, so just to let everyone here know, Issue 64 of Scrye magazine will have an exclusive WITCHBLADE indyclix. She's only 63 points and has a dial with charge of 10, BCF all the way down, and regeneration on her last 2 clicks, as well as toughness and "eh" which I assume is enhancement, but i dont know why she would have that. I don't feel like copying down her entire dial stats, but u get the idea. Scrye #62 (august issue) shows her whole dial. The sculpt is the unique one, with sara pez in full witchblade armor with a burning sword, not the red dress one. I think I'll buy this one for it's sculpt only... So remember clixers, issue 64, with a sneek peek at it in this month's issue, 62. Anyone here gonna get it?
scrye isnt widely carried.. theres a huge magazine/newspaper stand near my house, and they just so happen to carry it. i'd try bookstores and hobby shops.. most regular newsstands dont have it. or you can buy it online.. plus 5.99 shipping :-p
ARRGGHHH!!! The next Inquest/Wizard Indy offer is Boon from Way of the Rat!!! I have no idea who that is! I'd very much rather have Witchblade! ARGH!!! I don't know anywhere that carries Scrye!! That is SO not fair...
I tried subscribing to get the coupon for the PSM Hulk offer, that was too much work and I didn't even get my issue. I ended up hunting it down and tearing it out of a PSM at one of the 2 San Francisco Libraries that carries it.
Well, the unique from the Scrye should have a different dial than if you pulled it. Berserker Wolverine is the same sculpt but painted differently. The Green Lanteren is the same sculpt except made with clear green plastic. One would assume that they do something different.
Yeah it is hard, but I've done it (look at my flag). Either you have to do an international money order - ask at your post office - but they are incredibly expensive. Or, if you have an international credit card (Visa, Mastercard) just supply your credit card number on the form provided in the magazine. The funds will be drawn out in US funds, you get a minimal exchange fee, and the card is billed to you in your funds (Euros or Marks - whatever you have now)