What fun kits would you like to see?

For some reason, the 'ebay madness' thread got me thinking crazy thoughts which took me to....
Wouldn't it be great to see a Dale Gribble bug killer van, from the
King Of the Hill series, along wth a skinny shirt-less Dale posing beside it!
Or, the four man line-up, standing in front of the fence.
What fun kits would you like to see?
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Richard Brooks wrote:

A 1/72 scale F-302 from "Stargate SG-1".
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Non resin kits from the Aliens movies.... A fun kit for me would be a WWII subject w/o PE 1/32 Japanese WWII aircraft - almost all naval planes have been ignored in this scale The Aurora Superboy/Dragon kit from the 1960's A Hoshi Soto kit from Star Trek Enterprise
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With alternate uniform for ~Empress~ Sato from the Alternate Universe...
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In the past there was an "Elvira, Mistress of the Dark" kit
What about Lara Croft as the "modern" version?
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Max George said the following on 27/04/2008 09:05:

Oh yes, I remember the Elvira model.
I was asking as a serious question really as the UK Wallace and Gromit and Dr. Who series has been produced and they're a kind of niche market so why not other series - unless there is no money to be made in any of the tv spin-off's?
I'd have thought King Of The Hill, Family Guy and Futurama would have at least gone plastic.
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On Sun, 27 Apr 2008 23:21:11 +0100, Richard Brooks

Figures modeling has died the death of a thousand pre-paints and action figures. Even the resin garage kit market is a shadow of it's former self.
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Sun, 27 Apr 2008 23:21:11 +0100, Richard Brooks> >
Of The Hill, Family Guy and Futurama would have> >at least gone plastic.> > Figures modeling has died the death of a thousand pre- paints and> action figures. Even the resin garage kit market is a shadow of it's> former self.> > WulfNot in 1/72 it hasn't. Twenty years ago there were almost 1,000 individual and sets in all mediums. Today there are over 4,350 with more released every week. The selection is just plain amazing. I'm doing eight vignettes of Russian WWI and Revolution using a different set for each. Some, such as the old Atlantis figures, need a lot of work. Most such as Strelets, Orion and Hat, are superb in both details and poses.Tom
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futurama has. i have a battery op stewie that i never put batteries in because it talks.
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snipped-for-privacy@some.domain said the following on 28/04/2008 00:17:

I was thinking more in kit form. Maybe the Bender character came with a casino, with Blackjack tables and hookers? On second thoughts forget the casino and Blackjack.
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forget the flapjacks.
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on 4/27/2008 4:05 AM Max George said the following:

Or "Seven of Nine" (Jeri Ryan in 'Star Trek Voyager')
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willshak wrote:

Or maybe Xev from "LEXX"...
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Xev or Zev? Personally, I preferred Zev...
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Wulf Corbett wrote:

They could do a whole series. First Zev and Xev. Then Lyekka and maybe Bunny.
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Never underestimate Giggerota...
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On Tue, 29 Apr 2008 23:43:42 +0100, Wulf Corbett

Just to reply to my own message, I just looked up Ellen Dubin on IMDB... damn, man, *I* underestimated Giggerota!
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: : Just to reply to my own message, I just looked up Ellen Dubin on : IMDB... damn, man, *I* underestimated Giggerota! :     I only saw a few (of the last) episodes of LEX, but I was amused to see Nigl Bennet (Prince) as part of the cast. I really liked Bennett for his role as "LaCroix" in Forever Knight. His radio personna of "night crawler" was excellent.
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yeah, great inustrial noise guy.
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Oh yeah! Now you're cooking.
Aside from Erin Gray I would love to see the return of any of the Disney-themed models along with new ones. The Revell Capt. Hook Pirate Ship and the Strombecker Rocket To the Moon are not models of vehicles, they are 1/72 scale models of the Disneyland structures. In other scales there were the Pirates of the Caribbean sets, the stagecoach and several other attractions.
Top of my list for new Disney-themed kits would be a 1/700 Disney Magic and Disney Wonder cruise ships. They are identical, so decals for both should be included. In 2011 the new Disney Cruise Line ocean liners shall be ready. No announced names yet, but I can IMAGINE with some FANTASY what they will be. There are solid models in two scales of the Wonder and the Magic available on board. I have both and they are really beautiful, but I want a kit that I can put some real effort into with etched metal details and all the bells and whistles.
I'll be in Japan next month and shall be keeping an eye out for the airliner kits in Tokyo Disneyland logos. There are four and I have two already.
Tom
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