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  2. From the Terminator: Dark Fate film, the Sarah Connor figure stands in 1/12 scale and is dressed in real fabric clothing. Standing over 6 inches tall, the Sarah Connor figure features a realistic likeness of actor Linda Hamilton and is built on a custom-designed action figure body with an incredible level of detail. You can pre-order this figure from our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com. The figure includes the following: - Interchangeable hands - Combat vest armor - T-shirt - Military pants - Shoes - Sunglasses - 2 Grenades - HK VP9 Handgun - Chiappa Rhino 40DS Revolver - Super-shorty shotgun - LAW-66 Rocket Launcher
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  4. Not so sure about the lead, but there's some good people in this.
  5. Stargirl is coming to The CW in Spring 2020! STARGIRL stars Brec Bassinger, Luke Wilson, Amy Smart, Trae Romano, Cameron Gellman, Yvette Monreal, Anjelika Washington, Meg DeLacy, Neil Jackson, Jake Austin Walker, Christopher James Baker and Hunter Sansone.
  6. The official release of the widely anticipated new film, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, is almost upon us. In its ultimate push toward galactic conquest, the First Order readies an army of elite soldiers that draw inspiration and power from a dark and ancient legacy. Now Hot Toys is very excited to officially introduce the latest 1/6th scale collectible figure of the streamline designed Sith Jet Trooper from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. The highly accurate collectible figure is specially crafted based on the image of Sith Jet Trooper in the movie. Features a completely new designed crimson Sith Jet Trooper helmet and armor, newly developed jetpack, finely tailored multi textured fabric under-suit, two styles of detailed blasters, and a specially designed figure stand!
  7. Star Wars fans worldwide are anxiously waiting for the release of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. In this ultimate episode of the epic Skywalker saga, a group of specialized Stormtroopers of the First Order, called the Jet Troopers will soar into battle equipped with agile rocket packs. Today, Hot Toys is delighted to present the new masked enforcers of the Galactic Empire – Jet Trooper in 1/6th scale collectible figure to get fans ready for the upcoming adventure! The highly accurate collectible figure is specially crafted based on the image of a First Order Jet Trooper in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. This specialized trooper features a newly refined helmet and armor, highly detailed jetpack, beautifully tailored fabric under-suit, highly-detailed weapon, and a specially designed figure stand.
  8. I also liked Black Lightning being added to the mix. I did not like the Bruce Wayne story. A thought it was pointless, and didn't like having our first real introduction of Bruce Wayne to the DCTV Universe be this version. The Lex Luthor going around killing Supermen in episode 2 was kinda lame as well. First its not like Lex to act against his own interests which is what he was doing, second why wasn't the first Superman he killed the one from his own universe and when Lex just blinked the heroes out while in Smallville, including Superman I thought it was funny how the heroes were basically ok well lets move on to the next one instead of trying to go back and save Smallville Supes. Making Smallville Supes normal didn't bother me as far as the overall Crisis story but I felt a little cheated. I had hoped to get our look at Welling in action and in the suit that we were basically cheated out of at the end of Smallville. In the first episode where we get a glimpse of the Michael Keaton Batman Earth at the begining, I thought it was interesting the newpaper knox had showed a headline that said Batman captures the Joker. I guess Jack Nickolson Joker found a way to cheat death after falling off that buidling after all.
  9. I also have liked Brandon Routh's Superman. I think he has done a nice job capturing the embodiment of the Christopher Reeve Superman in this one, more so than in Superman Returns.
  10. Yeah 90's Flash was good and I enjoyed seeing Lucifer make an appearance that actually added to the story. The Oliver Queen/Spectre twist was interesting as well.
  11. Its not the original one, its the recent one released through MattyCollector a few years back for the MOTUC line.
  12. So far, Crisis has blown me away. Especially last night's installment. Loved the Birds of Prey call back (Ashkey's STILL got it and I swear that was Dina Meyer doing the Oracle voice-over). And finally, a FITTING tribute to the 90s Flash. Nicely done.
  13. I loved Mattels/Super7, wish I jumped one these when they were going. Not a fan of the retro stuff, but I think keeping it alive is awesome for those that do. My hope is it will open the door for new stuff like classics.
  14. I really liked the Super7 retro line. They were making the figures in the exact style of the originals except for fixing the rubberband problem. Eldor and He-Ro were a dream come true and then they began to expand to She-Ra and Shadow Weaver. That was fantastic because you could continue to add to your vintage collection, and there are soooo many characters from TV, Movies and Comics that never made it in the Vintage toyline. The Origins line is doing a weird combination of Vintage and Classics and it really isn't offering much, except maybe a shot at getting new vehicles or a playset. It looks like figures that we already have but then with modern articulation similar to figures that we already have.
  15. I love that it is a two pack. I will definitely be picking this line up!
  16. What's really sad here is, as bad as the "Chickbusters" movie was, I at least had high hopes leading up to it as the trailer for that one captured the appropriate "flavor." It promised a certain type of movie. Minus the Ghostbusters iconography, all this trailer promises is a lackluster entry in the Stand By Me, Goonies, Lost Boys kiddie adventure genre at best, or a blatant Stranger Things mockbuster (ironically featuring the LEAST interesting member of that shows cast) at worst. I'm also struggling not to read to much into the fact they're exploiting the real-life death of one of the original cast as a plot-point for their sleazy cash-grab. At least they're not gonna "Carrie Fischer" him into the movie to try and appease the fans they screwed over with the last train-wreck . . . I hope.
  17. the costumes, the lasso, and Wonder Woman riding the lightening, its looks beautiful. the "it's just a trashcan" part seems perfectly time with the whole craziness of the $120k duck taped banana
  18. really like the uppercut pic and the superhero pose in the second from last picture. I wasn't the biggest fan of the Beast Morpher suits at first but are slowly growing on me. do you mind me asking what your villain is here?
  19. Yes! I cannot wait to get these! They look really cool!
  20. Thank you very much! It's true that the FF are really great, hopefully someone will finally make the movie they deserve. I feel the death of your computer and the loss of your photos, although you renew with better ones!
  21. It is the eyes. They're kind of squint. But the likeness is there. I see Arnie.
  22. Hu, well, let's see what the unofficial official Mattel spokesman of anything MoTU releated has to say...
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