Toy Aisle Trolls > Dearth Maul

Toy Aisle Trolls is a feature highlighting acts of vandalism to in-store toy items. If you find a ruined package, a stolen figure, a swapped-out figure, or any other such acts, take a photo (cell phone photos are fine if they’re not blurry) and email them to poe@poeghostal.com.

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Submitted by: Kurtis Harris

Found this at a Target in Webster, Texas. One lightsaber looked like it was from a Count Dooku, and the other (with hand) from an Anakin Skywalker. The cloak and head of the figure looked right, but the body was wrong. It had a black torso and legs with gray detail lines painted on, and gray boots and gloves. The elbows and knees appeared to be molded bent without working joints.

Toy Aisle Trolls > Heroic Age Zeroes

Toy Aisle Trolls is a feature highlighting acts of vandalism to in-store toy items. If you find a ruined package, a stolen figure, a swapped-out figure, or any other such acts, take a photo (cell phone photos are fine if they’re not blurry) and email them to poe@poeghostal.com.

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Submitted by: Nerdbot

A sadly predictable bit of MU 3-pack trollery: the Red Hulk using the fantastic MU series 4, 2009, Hulk sculpt has been replaced with a Blastaar figure. Found at a TRU in Rego Park, Queens.

Toy Aisle Trolls > Red Null

Toy Aisle Trolls is a feature highlighting acts of vandalism to in-store toy items. If you find a ruined package, a stolen figure, a swapped-out figure, or any other such acts, take a photo (cell phone photos are fine if they’re not blurry) and email them to poe@poeghostal.com.

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Submitted by: razamachez76

Found this @ walmart. There’s a troll who does this on a regular basis @ this walmart this is my 7th repack I’ve seen  since last year

Toy Aisle Trolls > Star Wars Hack

Toy Aisle Trolls is a feature highlighting acts of vandalism to in-store toy items. If you find a ruined package, a stolen figure, a swapped-out figure, or any other such acts, take a photo (cell phone photos are fine if they’re not blurry) and email them to poe@poeghostal.com.

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Submitted by: Barbecue17

I found this a week or two ago at a KMart in North Carolina. It’s the Star Wars Black Anakin figure (still in the correct bubble) stapled to the cardback of one of those cheaper 5 point of articulation Star Wars figures. Either some troll didn’t understand how this works or some K-Mart stock person found some figures that had fallen off their backer cards and took matters into their own hands with a stapler.

Toy Aisle Trolls > S.W.A.P. Team

Toy Aisle Trolls is a feature highlighting acts of vandalism to in-store toy items. If you find a ruined package, a stolen figure, a swapped-out figure, or any other such acts, take a photo (cell phone photos are fine if they’re not blurry) and email them to poe@poeghostal.com.

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Submitted by: Mike

I’ve seen missing accessories from WWE action figures, which was always disappointing, but this just takes the cake as a comic figure collector. I haven’t bought anything at retail in months, but when I saw the Wrecking Crew packaging, I had a glimmer in my eye because they’re one of my favorite villain teams, but that’s until I saw this. What is that thing? Where does that even come from? I am severely disappointed, and this is why I simply stopped going to stores to find anything, and even stopped ordering online for the most part.

The “Punisher” I saw a week later at the same Wal*Mart location…

Extremely disappointed.

Toy Aisle Trolls > Star Wars Lack

Toy Aisle Trolls is a feature highlighting acts of vandalism to in-store toy items. If you find a ruined package, a stolen figure, a swapped-out figure, or any other such acts, take a photo (cell phone photos are fine if they’re not blurry) and email them to poe@poeghostal.com.

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Submitted by: KH

Saw these at a Toys R Us in Pasadena, Texas.

Toy Aisle Trolls > Black Scour

Toy Aisle Trolls is a feature highlighting acts of vandalism to in-store toy items. If you find a ruined package, a stolen figure, a swapped-out figure, or any other such acts, take a photo (cell phone photos are fine if they’re not blurry) and email them to poe@poeghostal.com.

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Submitted by: DW

I don’t think I have sent this yet. I just saw your mention of a lack of submissions, so I thought I’d send it along (in my case, I just assumed you were probably bring inundated and sick of seeing them). Anyhow… Found at a Toys R Us in Long Island City, NY.

Toy Aisle Trolls > Unbuckled

Toy Aisle Trolls is a feature highlighting acts of vandalism to in-store toy items. If you find a ruined package, a stolen figure, a swapped-out figure, or any other such acts, take a photo (cell phone photos are fine if they’re not blurry) and email them to poe@poeghostal.com.

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Submitted by: VENENOR

These wrestler figs had their championship belts stolen.

Toy Aisle Trolls > Cool but Removed

Toy Aisle Trolls is a feature highlighting acts of vandalism to in-store toy items. If you find a ruined package, a stolen figure, a swapped-out figure, or any other such acts, take a photo (cell phone photos are fine if they’re not blurry) and email them to poe@poeghostal.com.

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Submitted by: JH

I saw this at a Walmart here in Kentucky while doing some toy hunting during my lunch hour. I’ve seen lots of TMNT figs ripped off the card, taped back on and put back on the pegs for sale at this particular Walmart, but this was the first I’d seen quite like this.

Toy Aisle Trolls > No Wayans, Man

Toy Aisle Trolls is a feature highlighting acts of vandalism to in-store toy items. If you find a ruined package, a stolen figure, a swapped-out figure, or any other such acts, take a photo (cell phone photos are fine if they’re not blurry) and email them to poe@poeghostal.com.

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Submitted by: Wes

I was going through my Rite-Aid in Chickasaw, AL when I saw two horrific things that I simply had to share with you.

The first is that they were selling G.I. Joe Rise of Cobra figures for $13.99 each!

The second is that they were selling one of their $14 figures without a head! The package was practically ripped all the way off, but it was tucked about two or three figures back on the peg.

I can only imagine who needed a custom Marlon Wayans head from a four year old toy so desperately! All I know for sure is the damage left in their wake. I placed it in the front of the peg in the hopes that someone in the store might notice. I’m not very hopeful, though.

Sigh.