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  2. I love all the options this scale gives. Makes me miss the 80’s even more. Now I just have to find these. Central CT has some of the worst distribution of any region in the country.
  3. I wonder if McFarlane will be making any figures from THE PENGUIN? I can certainly see Oz in a fancy jacket.
  4. Yesterday
  5. That depends on what you mean. I find that Walmart exclusives are easier to get, more plentiful once released, and actually ship preorders at a higher rate than Target. Walmart exclusives also show up on Pulse or at BBTS more frequently than Target exclusives. About all Target has going for it is that they don't ship stuff in envelopes.
  6. I've been waiting for this guy and he did not disappoint. Great figure, terrific details. There are painted studs on the back of his vest. Impressive.
  7. Those are cool .. I can appreciate a nice affordable well made statues
  8. Completely agree. This is the iconic version of the characters for many. Shouldbt be locked up. That said, target is way better than walmart for exclusives.
  9. Even World of Warcraft didn't escape from McFarlane variants thing
  10. A part of me wonders if the McFarlane Super Powers line is not doing as well as everyone had hope in retail. Or maybe at least, the vehicles are getting a bit hard to sell. Maybe that's why it's being crowd funded. Having said that, since 1 of the vehicles is a Bat Vehicle, the Bat Multicraft(Which looks like either a Batplane/Jet and/or a Batboat of sorts), I would of thought that 1 would of at least had a better chance of selling at retail. Either way, I still think these could of sold in retail, but that's just me.
  11. Going a bit off topic in for a moment, in regards to The Flash Basic 4" Batmobile, you are able to fit in a old Kenner 5" figure from Batman: The Dark Knight Collection and Batman Returns toylines(Maybe the Toybiz 1 as well, but not sure on that). You might also be able to squeeze in a 5" Mcfarlane Super Powers Batman in there too, but it maybe a bit of a tight fit. Here's a link to a video review/comparison from The Cave Of Wonders, where he shows the comparisons to the old Kenner 5" Batmobiles, and at around the 4:20 and up to around the 5:16 mark, he shows both the 4" Batman that comes with it going inside it, as well as a 5" Kenner Keaton Batman figure going inside it: - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ujR4Orrwvc And here's a link from Fanboys Forever for his review, which includes him trying out some different figures to see if they will fit inside it from the approx 19.50 to the approx 22.22 mark, including a McFarlane Super Powers Hush Batman: - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6eT6o5qIQcU For the record, not sure if you could do the same for the RC version, since that has something inside it as part of some electronic features for some sounds when you put the 4" Batman figure inside and outside of it. Recommend checking out some Youtube video reviews for more info on that. But for those who can't get a Kenner Keaton Batmobile for their 5" Keaton Batman figures, the Basic 1 from The Flash movie could be a good option if you want a figure to fit inside it, especially again if you find it at a good discount price, if you don't mind The Flash Movie stuff, and/or if it seems a bit too small for the 5" figures.
  12. Understood. I thought the almost complete lack of accessories with most Legends and Black Series figures covered the licensing cost difference.
  13. I'm sure there are other factors, but that would be the biggest one. Cost for tooling and whatnot would relatively be the same, but the overall budget to produce the line is higher because they don't have a large portion of it going to the license.
  14. Is that really the reason? Are Classified figures more expensive to make than Legends (just the engineering, I know we get more accessories)? If I look at Jinx and Warbird next to each other, it's just obvious which figure is better made, and both just came out.
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