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Pygmalion

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  1. My top 5 would be: - The Big Lebowski - Murder By Death - Airplane - The Pink Panther Series (notably A Shot In The Dark and Revenge Of The Pink Panther) - Monty Python And The Holy Grail
  2. Does anyone know the airdate of the Mayhem Of The Music Meister episode of the Brave And The Bold cartoon?
  3. 1 -Martian Manhunter 2 -Doomsday 3 -Obsidian 4 -Anti-Monitor 5 -Fire 6 -Ice 7 -Huntress 8 -Circe 9 -Jonah Hex 10-Ultra Humanite 11-Wonder Girl 12-Raven 13-Black and grey Batman with a longer cloak 14-Turtle Man
  4. Another blast from the past! Tim Curry was great as Pennywise, I love the "killer clown" concept. I want to recommend Peter Jackson's Braindead and An American Werewolf In London. Both are more of a nod and a wink to the horror genre, but at times pretty scary.
  5. Yes, me too. I must have been 5 years old when I saw Salem's Lot and that scene with the "little vampire" scratching at the window is one of those movie moments I will never forget. Have to watch it again one of these days.
  6. My favourite horror movies are mostly movies that don't rely that much on gory scenes or torn off limbs and all that stuff. I am a big fan of the haunted house genre. Some of my favourites are: The Haunting (1963), The Innocents (1961), The Changeling (1980), The Exorcist (1973), Poltergeist (1982), The Others (2001), Legend Of Hell House (1973), The Fog (1980), Haunted (1996), Dagon (2001), Darkness (2002), Deathwatch (2002) and The Devil's Backbone.
  7. I've never seen the Superfriends cartoons. Looks like I have some catching up to do.
  8. I can't wait to see some pics!
  9. That will probably the only ones you will see of the Ares wave!
  10. Pygmalion

    nemesis wave

    CmdStore have them in stock too. Downside is that I just was informed that Hasbro have unexpectedly cancelled the Ares wave and that The Nemesis wave was to replace it.
  11. A large and bulky Doomsday, Martian Manhunter and a black and grey Batman without the mudsplatters and a longer cape. Oh, and the Turtle Man (please)
  12. No, it should end with an exclamation point!
  13. I just ordered series 6 and 7, though I am still waiting for wave 3. My knowledge of the DC Universe is quite limited: Who is Kiler Moth? I like his design, but I am not to keen on his colours. Are Shazam and Captain Marvel the same person?
  14. So, outside our solar system he is a wimp? Wasn't one of his original powers "being able to leap tall buildings"? Does this mean he originally couldn't fly?
  15. Luckily I never had a thing for M.A.S.K., so it will not cost me any extra money.
  16. I am not bothered with violence in a movie, as long as the violence itself isn't being glorified. People shlould learn that violence only begets violence. I think film is a perfect medium to show them that.
  17. Wow, this line is great. Even the characters I don't really care about ( Adam Strange) look great.
  18. I think Hasbro isn't making you any poorer, at best. Personnaly I am still buying some of their product this year.
  19. Well, my first real introduction to the DC Universe was actually the animated Justice League cartoon and its follow-up Justice League Unlimited. You see, I'm from the Netherlands and besides Batman and Superman, the rest of the DC universe are obscure characters. But watching the J.L.U. made me realise how rich and diverse the DC Universe really is. When Mattel got the license for the entire DC universe, I could not have been more happier. I hope they do realistic, comic acurate versions of all the characters that appeared in the cartoons.
  20. I think this is a rhetorical question. You should listen to your subconscience. Personnallay I am considering to stop buying G.I. Joe figures, but I'll never get rid of the ones I already have. I don't want to close the door.
  21. I agree. This line keeps on surprising me. I started collecting toys with the 2002 Masters Of The Universe figures. I grew op in the 80's and I loved the new take on the characters I grew up with. After the (too early) demise of the Masters I got into collecting Marvel Legends. But ever since Hasbro took over, I haven't been excited to see a new wave (partly because the important characters had already been made and partly because I had the feeling Hasbro didn"t care much for the Marvel Legends line). There are however still a few characters I'd like to see in this line, but things are not looking good. Fortunately Mattel does seem to be interested in what the fans think. I like the way they divide their waves in the recognisable characters and the B- and C- listers. I don't mind having to buy yety another version of Superman or Batman as long as I know there are included figures I do want to have in the wave.
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