Wal-Mart Drops Spawn Samurai Warriors Two-Pack

by Jay Cochran
April 24, 2004


Spawn.com is reporting that the second Spawn two-pack (following the Manga Robot set) announced several months ago has been slightly delayed as retail plans for the item have changed. WalMart -- the initial retailer -- has chosen not to take the product.

They also indicate that Mcfarlane Toys in on target to closing a deal with another as of yet unnammed retailer to carry these figures. They also indicate that a limited number of these will be made available thru the store at Spawn.com.

The Samurai Warriors set features a refreshed version of Samurai Spawn from Spawn Series 19 and the never-before-released Takeda the Archer figure. To see more images of these two figure be sure to go Here.

UPDATE:
The second Spawn two-pack (following the Manga Robot set) announced several months ago is coming to a KB Toys store near you.

Look for this item in all U.S. KB stores beginning in mid-May. A very limited supply of this item will also be available for direct purchase through the Store at spawn.com at the same time they're available at retail.





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