Looking for older news posts?
Be sure to visit our News archive!
Select a New Topic
We have a large and action-packed Q&A With JTA column coming up soon. We're desperately trying to finish it up, but we wanted to post this tease so you keep checking back with us. We're kind of mean that way, aren't we? In the meantime, how about sending us some more questions so we can prepare for the next one too? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to submit your question(s)! Thank you for making the column a success!
Posted by Paul | July 12, 2011 at 06:49 PM EST |
We'd really like to get out a segment of Q&A With JTA before Comic Con next week, but we need question-fodder from you to make this possible. Think of some great questions and please send them in to us. While you're thinking, be sure to check out our latest segment HERE! Thank you! Please email your questions to email@example.com!
There is a new Q&A With JTA posting tomorrow morning, but please send in your questions for next column please. We are dangerously low and need some questions to discuss. So send them on in for us if you want to see another column (we are saying that with a smile). Thank you!
Please send us your questions for our next Q&A With JTA. We are plumb out and need them if you want to see another column. Thank you! While you think of some great questions, enjoy our current installment just posted this morning!
Posted by Paul | January 10, 2011 at 11:48 AM EST |
As promised, we're bringing back Q&A With JTA this month! Please submit your questions to us! (Please, please, please participate as we don't want to end this column again. There is plenty of interest, but we need you to keep it going.)
Due to the overwhelming response and positive feedback, we are bringing back Q&A With JTA this January. (Do we really need to take something away in order for you guys to respond?) As usual, if you have questions about anything, please send them our way. The format may change a little bit and we're going to be including fewer questions in each session, but let's see how it goes this time around. Anything can change. Thank you for your interest in this popular column; just please participate so we can keep it going strong! Thank you! Feel free to send questions now, but we will be posting a separate request for this in a few weeks.
Please send us your questions for this Sunday's Q&A With JTA. We are definitely short questions for our ninth installment!
Please remember to send us some more questions this week for this Sunday's Q&A With JTA column. Thank you! We are unfortunately a little light on questions this week and we need your participation! Please e-mail questions HERE.
We are in desperate need of your questions. Right now, we can't post a fifth Q&A With JTA column without more incoming questions. Would you take a moment and send us a question, or two or three? Thank you! E-mail questions HERE please.
During our Q&A With JTA #4, a question was asked about why the new The Vintage Collection figure card backs can't look more like the original vintage figures (with the complete group shot of the entire collection). JTA reader Bob Sokol impressively comes through for us and recalls where and when Hasbro answered this question. Click through to check out the answer. And check out our Q&A With JTA column #4 if you haven't already!
Posted by Paul | September 27, 2010 at 02:53 PM EST |
Do you want to see four side by side comparison shots of 2002's Slave I next to 2010's Slave I (from The Rise Of Boba Fett Ultimate Battle Packs set)? Then be sure to read our September 26th Q&A With JTA column (found HERE).
We are still in need of some other questions for our third Q&A With JTA session. If you have a burning question, please be sure to send it our way! While you think of some good questions, be sure to catch our previous installments by clicking the thumbnail below! There were some pretty awesome questions asked by all of you that we tackled. Be sure not to miss them!
Our Q&A With JTA queue is running low! We are covered for this Sunday for our September 19th column, but we will need more questions for our third installment coming September 26th. Please submit questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you again for making this column successful so far.
A big thank you to everyone who checked out our first Q&A With JTA column. We got a great response and have plans for our second one very shortly. We are "moving" the column to Sunday nights going forward, so look for our next one on September 19, 2010. Please don't stop the flow of questions coming in to us. We would love to keep this going weekly if at all possible. As always, e-mail questions to email@example.com. Thank you once again!