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New Releases May 7, 2018

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The following new release items have a hard release date of Monday, May 7, 2018. 
 

Bones Fantasy Plastic Miniatures
77577___ Manticore by Julie Guthrie $5.99
77584___ Large Air Elemental by Julie Guthrie $4.99
77619___ Hangman’s Gibbet    by Andrew Pieper $5.99
77622___ Avatar of Wisdom (Giraffe)by Jason Wiebe $3.49
77627___ Shipwreck Revenant by Jason Wiebe $24.99
77635___ Graveyard Archway by Bob Ridolfi $2.79
77636___ Death Shroud    by Julie Guthrie $2.79
77638___ Graveyard Column (x2) by Kevin Williams $7.99
77639___ Graveyard Shrine by Kevin Williams $2.79
80079___ Blackstar Corsair Delta by Chris Lewis $3.29
80080___ Blackstar Corsair Echo by Chris Lewis $3.29

 

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