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  1. It's targeted mostly towards those of us who watched the original show when we were kids, but it doesn't have Tom Ruegger and the other original writers/producers, so it feels hollow.
  2. It's supposed to be a joke for Gen-Xers and older millennials. It's not a very good joke, but the joke relies on nostalgia.
  3. The no guns "mandate" is bizarre mostly in that it seems to have no consistent rules. Mezco has said they can include firearms with their DC figures, but they can't show them in promotional materials. McFarlane excluded the guns for every figure from The Suicide Squad that should have came with them, but both variants of the Flashpoint Batman figure (one released in the spring and the other just a couple months ago) have two pistols. Spinmaster frequently includes guns with their figures, but they look extremely unrealistic and in bright primary colors.
  4. There's a discussion on our sister forum at Marvelousnews.com. Members here are encouraged to join if they want to talk about this or other Marvel topics. https://forums.marvelousnews.com/forums/topic/2172444-marvel-legends-20th-anniversary-wave-captain-america-figure-revealed-with-three-more-to-come/
  5. He did, and he is. Stargirl is set on Earth 2, so it's separate from those shows and only technically part of the greater Arrowverse (like Lucifer and Smallville were established to be in Crisis on Infinite Earths). John Wesley Shipp playing Jay Garrick here confounds things a bit, but according to Geoff Johns, this is a different Jay than the one who's been on The Flash. Anyway, Nick Tarabay's got a buttload of makeup as Eclipso, so he's not exactly recognizable.
  6. It's just a render/prototype thing. They do this all the time, and the production figures do not have exposed shoulder pins. It's nothing to worry about.
  7. Ah. Just like Kenner's old Real Ghostbusters "Fright Feature" figures but smaller and less interesting.
  8. These are based on the early '80s action figures from LJN-characters that weren't introduced into the game until later. NECA may have the license to the LJN characters only while Hasbro's toyline (if it's not dead) may be more closely tied to what was strictly in the games.
  9. Oh, that is a crowbar. I was wondering what the black thing on the end was, but it was a trick of the angle and lighting. BTW, you're not gonna get very far on this board being a jerk to other people. Consider this a friendly warning.
  10. Odd. On the Superman: TAS DVD's, I believe, theres an interview where Timm says that this Joker design (and everyone else's) for TNBA was a result of wanting to redesign the BTAS characters to make them cohesive with his more streamlined style for STAS, and then he pretty much blamed Glenn Murakami for Joker's lack of lips.
  11. It's an excellent translation of Bruce Timm's worst Joker design into action figure form. If this were the BTAS look or even the kinda hybrid look introduced in Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker and used later in Justice League, I'd be all over it.
  12. "Death in the Family" Joker's jacket is too red. The contrast between the jacket and pants is too high. I thought maybe it was just the preview image, but nope.
  13. AEW has made a deal with Owen's widow, Dr. Martha Hart, and the Owen Hart Foundation for an annual Owen Hart Cup Tournament within AEW, as well as the production and distribution of unique and original Owen Hart merchandise, which will include the upcoming AEW console game as well as action figures from Jazwares. More about AEW's collaboration with the Owen Hart Foundation can be read in the press release below:
  14. Joker in the middle has a strong Robert DeNiro vibe. I kinda like it.
  15. Be glad they're taking the time to fix an issue rather than just putting out something that sucks. I'm not going to name them here, but I can think of several toy companies that should have done that this year.
  16. Yeah, you're right. I found pics of the King Shark figure with the same color shorts as seen here but a pattern (similar to the shorts that are on the Gold Label version but not the same), but that's clearly not what made it to shelves. Nevermind.
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