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  2. Great shot Rakanishu, the lighting in this shot brings this pic to life. it shouts sunrise. Fantastic.
  3. Well good for her, I haven't watched the first season yet but I am sure its good. I never was a big fan of Whoopi But im glad for her. Anybody who likes Star Trek has some good taste. And I agree with Mako, the Original Star trek is often imitated but never duplicated.
  4. Congrats on a fantastic shot and concept PosableProductions, you're getting outside of the box. Love it.
  5. This looks great except her arms look so robotic. This is why I prefer Hasbro's single jointed elbows on females.
  6. All your photography prowess is present, plus it's funny. And I forgot about the pizza monsters, so thanks to you and @GojiBill for the reminder.
  7. Yeah I wore my vhs copy out as a kid lol
  8. That makes me so happy to hear. Thanks so much
  9. NECA today released this teaser image for what appears to be the headsculpts for another Ace Ventura. No word if this will be a 7" Ultimate figure or a 8" Cloth Retro one like the previous one they released. Stay-tuned for more details on this as they become available.
  10. Have you even watched it. Maybe its you who doesnt know Trek?
  11. With just two days left before the original shipping date, Hasbro Pulse has moved the goal posts on fans expecting the first wave of Generations Selects Seacons. Originally scheduled for release on Saturday, January 25th, Turtler and Gulf are now showing a date of March 23rd before they'll be available to customers in the US and Canada. View the full article
  12. Okay. Good. But is it funny? Because there weren't any jokes in that trailer from December.
  13. That looks Amazing and spot on her Hush look, even better than previously announced Batman and Superman , I was never fan of this costume, more of a purple 90s catsuit guy myself, but this figure makes want to spend 90 dollars on that figure..... What's next? Hush Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn? Now that would be awesome.
  14. Another Trek show by people who don't know Jack about Trek. But hey, by all means, brown nose away.
  15. All of them look fine except Luke, yes, new paint printing for the face makes it better than previous figure but that torso and arms look bad, especially when you compare figure's proportion to photo on the card.
  16. WOW, it looks like a scene that used cel shaded animation.
  17. Yea, aside from the deceased, I thought the main draw and point of ignoring the 2016 reboot was the original cast returning as the original characters. Interesting
  18. Yesterday
  19. From Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi, Sideshow presents the Lando Calrissian Skiff Guard 1/6 scale figure ready to protect your galaxy of Star Wars collectibles. The figure includes both an unhelmeted portrait with the detailed likeness of actor Billy Dee Williams and an alternate portrait with a non-removable helmet and mask as a part of his full guard uniform. The Lando Calrissian Skiff Guard Version Figure features a tailored fabric costume detailed with a variety of materials, as well as sculpted chest and shoulder armor. His costume additionally comes with one pair of boots and a faux leather belt with a holster for his included DL-18 blaster pistol. Lando also comes armed with an additional BD-1 Cutter Vibro-axe and seven hands including one pair of fists, one pair of neutral hands, one pair of grip hands, and one right pistol grip hand, giving you a wide range of display options for this figure. You can pre-order this figure from our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com. This figure includes the following: -Alternate head -7 Hands -DL-18 Blaster pistol -BD-1 Cutter Vibro-axe
  20. Honestly I thought it was pretty much already confirmed all the living Ghostbusters members would be back in some capacity for this film.
  21. Well, I would think employees of Hasbro and Todd himself are under strict NDAs and can only comment or announce things that have been approved by the licensors (i.e. DC or Marvel). We see this all the time with actors and directors when the media asks about a Marvel or DC movie. Because of the NDA they can't say much. I know Diamond/Marvel Select are always asked about what figures they'll be making. They note they hear the demand but are subject to approval by Marvel on what figures they can actually make. Additionally, Toy Fair is just around the corner. So, I figure the toy companies are saving announcements on new figures and toy lines for that event. Perhaps it's my age, but I don't feel entitled to know what's coming down the pike of new figures. Sure, I would like to know, but I don't get frustrated when toy makers won't or can't tell us. As far as the McFarlane DC figure. So far, I only received the Batman Who Laughs and Hellbat armor. I thought the Batman Who Laughs would be so much better in some of the comparisons I saw, but he fits in nicely with my Batman Essentials figure and NECA Batman from the Joker Alien 2 pack.
  22. Bill Murray has confirmed that he will be reprising the role of Doctor Peter Venkman in the upcoming sequel Ghostbusters: Afterlife. Murray last played the character in the 1989 Ghostbusters 2 and made a cameo in the 2016 all-women Ghostbusters. Murray confirmed his return in a new interview with Vanity Fair and spoke about the Ghostbusters going on without their fourth member, the late Harold Ramis who died in 2014. “Well, we are a man down. That’s the deal,” Murray told Vanity Fair. “And that’s the story that we’re telling, that’s the story they’ve written.” The story follows Callie (The Leftovers’ Carrie Coon), a financially strapped mother who moves her two children — Phoebe (Captain Marvel‘s Mckenna Grace) and Trevor (Stranger Things’ Finn Wolfhard) to small-town Oklahoma, and an abandoned farmhouse left behind by her dead father. They begin to discover their connection to the original Ghostbusters and the secret legacy their grandfather left behind. Paul Rudd costars as a science teacher who’s been documenting the unexplained phenomena, befriending Callie and her kids and helping make the connection between the current weirdness and the events of three decades before. The new movie picks up 36 years after the marshmallow-drenched near-apocalypse that’s known in Ghostbusters lore as the “Manhattan crossrip.” The new Ghostbusters: Afterlife is being directed by Jason Reitman, the son of original director Ivan Reitman. Ghostbusters: Afterlife is set to premiere on July 10th.
  23. Have to get this Luke for the new face scan technology and a the vintage card back is a huge plus. Will be picking up a few of these.
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