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  1. Well, it makes the giant calves look smaller. And the tiny feet look bigger. I must be one of the only people who like the Lizard neck articulation. I think it's useful and doesn't look bad.
  2. That is nice to hear that the Dollar General figures are apparently being stocked again.
  3. No problems with the elbows on the one I got, but the crotch scrapes the paint off of the leg at the top where it's near the hip ball because they kind of fudged that part of the design. Despite the problems, I think it's a good figure and I hope the swappable heads version with the backpack and skateboard isn't tough to get.
  4. That is a great suggestion. I think Mystique even comes with the same weapon, albeit cast in a different color plastic. A Hope Summers head might be one you'd like to use for Black Widow. There's probably something out there that could pass for her belt and gauntlets... maybe the ones from the original Toybiz figure. You can probably find both the Toybiz figure and maybe even a head from the Hasbro figure for a good price on ebay with a little diligence.
  5. I think I have enough money to get another set of them for you in advance Draven, if they are still there. The cards and blisters were already a little beat up on them, though. I like the movie Spidey figure. The only thing that's really worth complaining about is the hip balls are made in such a way that he can't close his legs close together and it keeps him in a kind of wide stance. The eyes on the mask might be sitting a little too high, and the feet are kind of pointing inward. I love the Lizard figure. Absolutely love it. If I ever get another one, it's perfect to customize into a Stegron. Miles looks convincing enough on that retooled body, I guess. I'm surprised they went the extra mile (no pun intended) and gave that body the new style rotating ankles. Neck articulation sucks, though.
  6. Cool, I want to get that six inch Tom, too. It looks ok with the three inch Jerry. I wonder if the little two inch box set Jerry would look even better with the six inch Tom. These *are* pretty fun figures. I've always wanted articulated Tom and Jerry figures especially. But like others have said they have really subpar looking plastic. They're lucky the sculpts look decent and that they didn't go nuts with the price point. I have Space Ghost, Hong Kong Fooey, Dino, the three inch scale Tom and Jerry and I ordered the smaller scale Captain Caveman. I want the larger scale Tom, Secret Squirrel and some others. The large Fred should have got a Gazoo pack in.
  7. Well, there *were* people in the US who got them from a Walmart in the US and were putting them on ebay about a week before most people began to see them in stores this week in the US. To me, that's scalping. The guy who started the discussion even referred to scalpers. I can't imagine how the Movie Series Spider-man figure could be more detailed. I think you mean the paint job isn't as detailed on it as the one on the Marvel Select figure is. That might be a good thing, though... I'm all for more better paint applications on figures, but the ones on Marvel Selects are often lousy, anyway.
  8. I could wind up being wrong, but with the case assortment being three each of the Spideys and two of Lizard, and with the stores that are getting them so far getting two cases early on, those things coupled with the Amazing Spider-man movie not being as well received as the Avengers was might make the movie series Spider-man figures and Miles pretty easy to get. If the scalpers leave them alone, anyway. Maybe scalpers will be forced to return them to the store when they find out they can't bleed dry the people that really want them this time around.
  9. The sleeves have to be short, though, in order to display the tattoo which is apparently an integral part of how they're trying to develop the character. The whole handgun and petty thug angle could be played out like early versions of heroes like Spider-man and Batman who became more sure of themselves and less arrogant. I'm not really a fan of the character visually... the dark skinned guy just has to have a gun and ski mask. Seems patronizing. Maybe it too will evolve as their story progresses.
  10. Lol, I forgot that they left some of the red paint off of the torso of the one they had there. Better color scheme I think, though. I think the boots were originally supposed to be swappable. Who knows, maybe they'll put the smaller boots and comics colors version in with that Iron Man Legends build comics version Iron Monger wave. I'd rather it be all new figures, but I doubt it'll be, anyway. I got the Hasbro box set Iron Man that came with Maria Hill and the Toybiz Face Off Modular Armor out of storage to compare them to Neo Classic. Neo Classic stands about eye to eye with box set, and Modular is still a hair shorter. Hasbro DOES tend to make all Legends scale Iron Man figures on the small side, but that particular figure is not as out of scale as some people are making it out to be. Some people just like blowing things out of proportion (*cough fwoosh cough*). Ultimately, both Hasbro and Toybiz fudged every Iron Man they've done in one way or another. I got the bbts preordered products notification, too. Too bad all I could afford to preorder at the time was the same Iron Man I got impatient and ordered from someone else XD smh. Oh well, at least I got the bbts one for $10.99.
  11. Slao, no, as far as I know they are not being found in stores yet. I bought that one from an ebay seller. I agree with both you and Draven, it's a good figure. It was one of my most anticipated for the year, and I'm not disappointed. I'm glad it found a slot in a Legends wave. I just wish it had been more like the version pictured at last year's comiccon when it was originally scheduled to be part of the Iron Man figures. I guess the figures pictured on the back of the card are the primary versions, and the ones not pictured are the variants or running changes. I'm thinking about using the UPC I left in one of the pictures to see if any local store will be getting them. I'll probably buy the Neoclassic again if I find them in stores, because I want one to customize, along with the red Deadpool, Mystique, Blade and maybe the others depending on how difficult they are to get.
  12. Got Iron Man today. I like the figure but he's short, shorter than Extremis who is also a shorty.
  13. Check ebay. There are several sellers you could try to get one from who have multiples listed for less than $20 each. I wound up with two for less than $25 from one of those sellers. Both of them were in good shape.
  14. Did you pay for the DCIE Sub. this year for 2012? I ask because I'm not interested in keeping Uncle Sam, Platinum & Tin or Lead once they ship. If you want to purchase them from me, just let me know....if not, I'm willing to sell them to anybody who is interested. I'd love to get the Metal Men figures from you slao.
  15. I don't know, maybe. A Damien that wouldn't be too different from something like Bat Mite or the Tin figure that's supposed to come with Platinum. There's no way I expect them to include a super articulated figure with all new tooling and sculpting as an accessory. I think they did have the first appearance Batman that they put in the Legacy series on a slimmer body than most other Batmans, so it's at least possible that they could get it right. I know what you mean though, I've seen pictures of the Red Robin where it looks like he's towering over the DCnU Superman and Batman.
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