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I was just curious if anyone here knew of the waves/assortments of figures from the Superman Returns movie line. The first figures have shown up locally at WM and TRU, and seems to be composed of 4 different Superman figures if I remember correctly. I've only picked up Clark to Superman so far, but I was wondering what else is coming from the line in the future? I know there is a Lex figure (or two) on the way, and possibly another "generic bad guy" figure, as well as countless Supermen - but does anyone have a listing like Wave 1 is this, Wave 2 is this, etc.? I didn't know if this information has been out or not, but just thought I'd ask. I've thought about picking up another Clark to Supes figure just to have an extra "basic" Superman, but I didn't know if a better one would be coming later in the line or not - or how many waves we were getting. How many were there for the Batman Begins line? Thanks for any help/info.

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i only got 2 superman figures so far, the clark kent superman, and the "xray vision" superman with the break-apart safe. clark to supes seems to have the best head sculpt, while the other supermen seem to all have the same sculpt.

 

i dont know when the other waves will hit, or when we can expect lex luthor figs to start apearing, but i hope they appear soon. with the BB line, the scarecrow fig was the rare, shortpacked one, but we got him almost right away, but for superman, we only get superman first.

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wave 1 : Crappy Superman, Super Lame Superman, Horrible looking Superman, Waste of Plastic Superman, and Peg-Warmer Superman

 

wave 2: Even worse than wave 1 Superman, Only an Idiot would buy this figure Superman, You will want your money back Superman, Slightly less crappy Lex Luthor, Piece of SH** Superman, and Worst figure ever Superman

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wave 1 : Crappy Superman, Super Lame Superman, Horrible looking Superman, Waste of Plastic Superman, and Peg-Warmer Superman

 

wave 2: Even worse than wave 1 Superman, Only an Idiot would buy this figure Superman, You will want your money back Superman, Slightly less crappy Lex Luthor, Piece of SH** Superman, and Worst figure ever Superman

 

 

 

LMAO! thats sooo true. i mean, the BB line was cool, but this just plain sucks.

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wave 1 : Crappy Superman, Super Lame Superman, Horrible looking Superman, Waste of Plastic Superman, and Peg-Warmer Superman

 

wave 2: Even worse than wave 1 Superman, Only an Idiot would buy this figure Superman, You will want your money back Superman, Slightly less crappy Lex Luthor, Piece of SH** Superman, and Worst figure ever Superman

 

 

 

LMAO! thats sooo true. i mean, the BB line was cool, but this just plain sucks.

 

Well at least the Batman Begins line gave you Batman in alternate colors and such,but the articulation sucked. The Superman line gives you decent (but still crappy) articulation since some figures have ball-jointed shoulders....but you get Superman over and over in the SAME outfit.

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Yeah, the inevitable flood of Superman figures is probably a sure bet. I've picked up the "Clark to Superman" figure, because I wanted to have one "regular" Superman figure from the line, and I've heard that is the best option. I was mainly curious, aside from possible future Lex Luthor figures, if we'd be seeing any Superman (or Clark) figures better than the quick change version. I've read/seen pics of the "Up, Up, and Away" (or something to that effect) flying version, that has articulated ankles, so maybe that figure won't be too bad. Thanks for any info everyone.

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Yeah, the inevitable flood of Superman figures is probably a sure bet. I've picked up the "Clark to Superman" figure, because I wanted to have one "regular" Superman figure from the line, and I've heard that is the best option. I was mainly curious, aside from possible future Lex Luthor figures, if we'd be seeing any Superman (or Clark) figures better than the quick change version. I've read/seen pics of the "Up, Up, and Away" (or something to that effect) flying version, that has articulated ankles, so maybe that figure won't be too bad. Thanks for any info everyone.

 

you know these aweful things are going to be clearance at target for .88 cents, so you wasted another 6 bucks down the drain. definitely one of the worst if not THE worst toy line ever! good job mattel!

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