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  1. Custom 3.75" Lobo action figure. Recipe is simple: Use slugterra body as base (Dont recall the name of the character) Add Marvel universe PileDriver lower body, resized Death's head legs, cutom hands, gun and hook and chain Repaint. Style fitting animated Lobo
  2. Custom 3.75" Sugar Man. Wanted to get a raw, gritty, ugly look with a happy medium between several depictions of the character. Hence, used parts from varying scale figures to complete this guy. Parts used: Arms: Black Panther 6" Marvel legends line and 6" Wonderman Marvel legends line Head, upper back: Milliput sculpting putty Legs: mix of 3.75" executioner (thighs, calves) and 6" Banshee (feet, ankles) Teeth, eyes, tongue: cut out bits from rubber like parts/molds Weapons: hammer: MU Thor, Executioner Belts, straps, holsters: custom made, various materials
  3. Bane 4" custom action figure. Various parts from various scales implied
  4. Why not we reserve the 'insight' into what the movie is, and border around just 'what it looks like'. What it looks like is a promising, well acted, emotional and violent take; and that defines the Joker pretty well. As for some comments stating that there is 'disjointed take' between the DC movies; there is no general rule stating that there has to be a 'reference'. That statement though, is not true, as the same actors have already played in the JLA and Suicide Squad movies; namely Aquaman, Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman.. etc.. I don't see where there is 'no acknowledgement' between the movies. Folks will always complain. I for a change, could see stand alone movies and as long as they are well made, have no gripe in it.
  5. Well, I liked all the wave 1 3.75" - 4" figures. But, some how, found these at Dollarama yesterday, selling for $ 2.50 a piece! Of these, too, they specifically had Thorin, who was rare in Toronto somehow, and the never before seen Gandalf figure. Come to think of it, if they are at Dollarama, along with Waves 1 and 2 of the GI Joe Retaliation figures, which are selling for about the same price, don't know where this is going.
  6. Toronto report: Just found GI Joe Retaliation first and second wave figures at Dollarama, selling for 2.50 ea. Bet more are coming
  7. Was wondering; the next 'unarticulated' line of Ultimate Spiderman 3.75" figures had already hit at least one Walmart in the area. The coolest figure (in my opinion) of the previous wave was Doc Ock. To-date I have only found 2 at the same Walmart, and no other stores (Toys r Us, Target, Marshalls etc.) have him, or he sold out pretty fast. Any idea if this is a 1 per case, or chase figure?
  8. I had actually jumped off several titles after the NEW 52 launch as the DC Universe was 'overhauled'. I heard now, however, that the Green Lantern series in spite of the NEW 52 retains all of its 'original series' storyline and characterization. I am looking to try to get the next volume, but can anyone (who has continuously read the series confirm that the storyline and characterization arr indeed as they are? My other subsequent questions are: 1) If the series is in the same direction and mold, then are these characters somehow situated 'outside' normal 52 continuity? (Or has any of the characters gotten in touch with the 'new' versions of Superman, or Flash etc.) 2) If they are indeed in touch with the ramifications of the new 52, then what about the 'Lantern' who interacted with Batman in the JLA storyline. Is that an entirely new Lantern? Hence, in a capsule, to get back into my favourite DC series, I wanted to clarify: - If the new Green Lantern universe is situated in continuity of the New 52 - If Hal Jordan is back - If there are ramifications in the new Lantern universe associated with the new 52 as well. I am asking this as I was also informed by my regular comic vendor that Jordan is still 'exiled' but the rest are working in the New 52. Some help please.
  9. I have been monitoring a few locations for new figures, or figures from the latest wave. The ones that I have been trying to grab have eluded me. If they are new figures, they fly off the racks, which is why at 2 Walmart locations and 2 Toysr Us locations in my locality, they only have few figures left, and those are from the older waves. The ones that are left over are mostly Spectre, Black Lightning or a Green Arrow. Recent additions of Gotham Swats, Gordon, Wildcat, Alexander Luthor, Superman Prime, Omacs, Nightwing, Star Sapphire, Starfire, Powergirl etc. etc. were gone as soon as they landed on the pegs. I guess it is a location thing, where demand is higher than others, and sometimes the other way round.
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