He's A Doll (Part 2)
By Michael DeMartin
Despite some posters' questioning the Brian action figure, the collectible sold like hotcakes at Brian's show at UCLA last week. Because it's become such a hot item, the doll (being a limited edition) will be sold exclusively at Brian's shows, and not online as had been planned. Most likely, the Brian-signed boxed dolls will be sold out on the tour, but there may be un-signed boxes left to sell online after the tour. It's a bummer for fans not able to attend shows who want the autographed version, but it looks like the demand will more than meet the supply. Good news for those who will have purchased it, because it really does make it an instant collector's item. I wonder how much these will go for on eBay?
By the way, how cool would it be to have dolls from each facet of Brian's career. I'd love to have a 1976 doll myself...
P.S. The picture above is Brian signing 150 boxes last week. You gotta hand it to Brian: it's a lot to ask someone to do this leading up to a show, but then he's always been a gracious guy. This also authenticates the signed boxes!