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McFarlane Toys DC Multiverse Batman:Knightfall Nightwing figure


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Mileage they get from that Booster Gold/Blue Beetle body is serious, it seems like their initial approach of all original sculpts is slowly winding down and I am sure even for non public company it was still a costly approach that couldn't be sustained this long, but I still think they should have initially planned and invested into several blank base bodies of all sizes and get all the reuse potential from that rather than what we have now, which seems like more haphazard way they made up along the way because they were running out of funding for new sculpts. 

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1 hour ago, SpiderS said:

Mileage they get from that Booster Gold/Blue Beetle body is serious, it seems like their initial approach of all original sculpts is slowly winding down and I am sure even for non public company it was still a costly approach that couldn't be sustained this long, but I still think they should have initially planned and invested into several blank base bodies of all sizes and get all the reuse potential from that rather than what we have now, which seems like more haphazard way they made up along the way because they were running out of funding for new sculpts. 

Yea todd has dropped the ball on this entire line since day one. Why we don't or didn't start off with a classics line of dc characters is just freaking crazy to me seems like a no brainer for real. We just now got a wonderwoman and well i could keep going on but you get my point. Mcfarland should copy and paste what hasbro do with legends.

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I pre-ordered the Batzarro/Bizarro 2-pack but am passing on Classic Supes, Nightwing and Jokerized Red Robin.

I've just never been a fan of that costume for Nightwing. Between the Atomic Skull 2-pack version, the Doomsday 2-pack version and the upcoming one with Krypto, I think that I'm good on Supes at this point (not to mention the DKR and Death Metal versions that I also already have). Now if they had done a 2-pack with a Lois similar to the artwork on the card and packaging then I probably would have purchased that.

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Not sure what that Superman is based on; clearly not the box art artist. It looks like a nod to Gary Frank. If so, during that timeline Superman did not have wrist bands on his sleeves, his belt had the classic circular buckle, there were belt loops, and most importantly, he had his yellow 'S' emblem on the back of his cape. This is basically just another lazy repaint and I really expect better of someone who's a legend in the comic community. 

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