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  1. Just found this on youtube, it's a fan made tralier for a live action Green Lantern movie. I, my self really like it, what about you guys?
  2. Cyborg Superman: Base: DCUC Killer Moth Head (Human Side): ML Punisher Head (Cyborg Side): HML Xorn Right Arm: DCUC Cyborg Lower Legs: DCSH Bizzaro Cape, Belt, Rings: DCD Cyborg Superman
  3. COOL! that is very neat DDA. good job man! Thanks bro! Its the original Mr. Fantastic head, I just re-painted it and added his goggles. Thanks dude, glad you like him.
  4. I made a Plastic Man using the same base.
  5. DDA

    Queston

    You're welcome bro and as for shoulders it depends on the figure, with all DCUC/DCSH figures (with the exception being maby Collect & Connect figures) you would have to pop the body open to get the shoudlers out where as with some other figures (eg Marvel Legends Quicksilver) the blow dry and pop method works. But like I say it depends on the figure and you can't always be sure.
  6. DDA

    Queston

    You're welcome my friend.
  7. DDA

    Queston

    INTRODUCTION: How to remove and reinsert wrist and elbow joints for action figures. Tutorial 1 - Wrist: 1.Get the hand you want to remove and heat the wrist area with a hair dryer for around 10-15 seconds (Maby more or less depending on the plastic). 2.Gently pull the hand out of the wrist socket (be carefull not to break it off). 3.Once removed, to reinsert a new or old hand, heat the wrist area with a hair dryer for around 10-15 seconds. 4.Once suitably heated and soft, put in the hand back in the wrist and check that your newly inserted hand has full motion and you are now complete. Tutorial 2 - Elbow: 1+2.Get the elbow joint you want to remove and heat it with a hair dryer for around 10-15 seconds (Maby more or less dipending on the plastic). 3.Gently bend the elbow joint area to the side (you may need to slighty lift one side from the inside of the joint to help removal, a flat headed screwdriver can help) and remove the pin. 4.Remove the arm from the elbow joint. 5.Once removed, to reinsert a new or old arm, heat the elbow area of the arm with a hair dryer for around 10-15 seconds. 6.Once suitably heated and soft, place the arm back on the elbow joint. 7.Push the pin in to the hole until it's fully in. 8.Check that your newly inserted arm has full motion and you are now complete
  8. DDA

    DCUC Power Girl

    u got joker pics? here is a pic of the new Joker. That link doesnt work for me...so here: He's using the Gentleman Ghost body! I can't believe it,I never would have guessed! @loll@ Looks pretty cool though.
  9. DDA

    Queston

    The elbow joint with the pin and as for the felsh colour i'm not sure, sorry.
  10. DDA

    Queston

    In that case change them at the elbow joints, its safer but takes longer.
  11. I new someone would use that head for JS...Me being one of them
  12. Martian Manhunter Plastic Man Superboy (Kon-El) B'wana Beast/Freedom Beast John Stewart Animal Man Zatanna Justice Lords Batman Justice Lords Superman Kilowog
  13. DDA

    Queston

    Yeah, just heat the wrist area for a few seconds (10-15) with a hair dryer then just ease them out gently then re-insert them into Lightray of your choice.
  14. Thanks bro! The head on Superman is the original DCUC 6 Superman head, I just gave him a hair cut. No its not the DCUC 6 sups head, its the dc direct justice league superman head http://www.superherotoys.com/supermanjlas1.html It was the DCUC Sups head in my old sig, it's in my main post now. great job, i love the inprogress franken figure pic you posted but theres no way in hell J'onn would ever be a BaF he's too popular to not anchor a wave EXACTLY!! and we all know how mattel loves money and they know no matter who they put in that wave it will sell because of the MM CnC. davidthecharmruffin - Maby my friend, maby.
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