Bioshock Pop! Vinyl - Skyhook Booker DeWitt PDF ePub eBook

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Booker DeWitt from the popular Bio Shock Infinite! The private investigator comes to you in Pop! Vinyl format wearing his classic outfit and armed with the Skyhook. The Bio Shock Infinite Booker DeWitt Skyhook Pop! Vinyl Figure measures approximately 3 3/4-Inch tall and comes packaged in a window display box.

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    Andres
    28 February 2016

    Hi Aisha,Your math is correct! After the $15 set-up fee (one-time only, no matter how many changes you make to your file), each copy of the book described above would be $13.25.The title is stored on the machine as long as it is needed, and you can contact us for reprints at any time.Looking forward to working with you!Sue Perry

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    Fermina
    26 April 2016

    I really would be grateful!

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      Celune
      18 August 2016

      Thank You Tiffany

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      Kleinfeld
      28 May 2016

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