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  1. Yep. I was really hoping I wouldn't have to, but this thread is locked.
  2. They'd be nuts to attach a Galactus-type price and backing goal to the Rancor, since there's no reason this thing should have as many parts, any light-up features, and it should only be around half Galactus's height. Time will tell, I guess.
  3. For that price, I would hope each of these would come packed with a $50 bill.
  4. I was pretty happy reading this the other day. During the slog through the total mess that was Birds of Prey I found Smollett's Black Canary character to be easily the most interesting and compelling part of the entire movie by a long shot. I wanted more of her (and also Rosie Perez's Renae Montoya) and less Harley and all the other crap. I found Lovecraft Country somewhat hit or miss but generally well done, and Jurnee Smollett one of the best things about that, too, so I'm looking forward to this.
  5. There are no restrictions on your account that I can see, Spack. Not sure why the "Start new topic" button would be gray and unusable for you. I just moved this into the Toy Photography section, and I'm hoping that will help reset whatever the heck was going wrong. If it doesn't, send @JayC a pm, and I'm sure he'll do what he can to get the issue fixed.
  6. Every character in Street Humans is from a different ethnic group. And Shartimus said this guy is the protagonist. I don't think he's supposed to be a criminal.
  7. I could easily see them including it in some kind of deluxe two pack with this figure (probably with only one head) and a figure of Imhotep as Ardeth Bay.
  8. Yeah, it seems weird to have that in the pics when it's not included. Maybe it got deleted last-minute or it'll be part of a deluxe set or something.
  9. Also one of the things that has me a bit skeptical.
  10. Then don't post things you know will start $#!& with him. But, I tell you what: I am strongly encouraging you to put him on ignore. @Mr_Scary92, I also strongly encourage that you to put Killmonger on ignore. DO NOT reply to him, and do not reply to me right now. The next one of you to reply to the other AT ALL in this thread or any thread, will not be able to post for at least a week.
  11. @kILLMonger Right or wrong, please don't bait other members with stuff you know will start a fight. I'm encouraging both you and @Mr_Scary92to keep it civil. Or you guys can both walk away now. If this turns into a fight like last month, there won't be only one suspension handed out.
  12. I can't help but be skeptical, but I also really want this to be at least mostly accurate. A regular Storm Shadow was always a given, and I need him along with Dusty and a whole squad of Crimson Guard. If they're not Target exclusives (or exclusive at all), all the better. I also can't help but question a bit that Target exclusives will soon be Tiger Force and Python Patrol, because that makes too much sense and would mean that both Target and Hasbro have actually learned something over the last year or so.
  13. ANOVOS still has the master Star Trek license for uniforms and prop replicas...for now.
  14. Never been a fan of Janeway. Too inconsistently written. Sisko on the other hand...
  15. I hope Jupiter is Storm Shadow. I'm also hoping one of these is a Crimson Guardsman and that it's not one of the exclusives. I need like six of the bastards.
  16. I kinda didn't think it would happen, but this thing is backed. It's at 5,328 right now.
  17. Not happy seeing Todd getting on the gray-faced Joker train after putting out a number of white-faced ones. He looks good otherwise, and I'm really hoping this is a one-off type situation.
  18. Sabine should be around 30 or so around the time The Mandalorian and the Ahsoka show take place. Aparna Brielle from AP BIO is 27. I'd like to see her in the role. Or....they could fudge the whole 30 thing in the other direction some and just cast Tiya Sircar, the actress who voiced Sabine on Rebels and played Vicki in The Good Place, in the role.
  19. There is no articulation in the legs. Like other figures in Hot Toys "Power Pose Series," range of motion is going to be pretty limited (swivel shoulders, ball-jointed or most likely swivel waist, ball jointed wrists). While you're right that it would have been easy to hide hip and knee joints under the shorts, the upside is that this guy stands around 14" tall and costs less than most Hot Toys 12" figures.
  20. Next time, please just report the spammer. We're more likely to see that faster.
  21. Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and DC are celebrating the 25th anniversary of Superman: The Animated Series with a fully remastered Blu-rayTM box set. Superman: The Complete Animated Series, which includes several hours of bonus features headlined by an all-new documentary detailing the creation of one of the most beloved animated Super Hero cartoons in history, will be available starting October 12, 2021. Produced by Warner Bros. Animation (WBA), the Emmy Award-winning Superman: The Animated Series was the perfect follow-up to the landmark Batman: the Animated Series. Producers Bruce Timm, Paul Dini and Alan Burnett elevated The Man of Steel’s animated presence with an imaginative, heartfelt look at Superman’s adventures in Metropolis alongside Lois Lane and opposite the villainous likes of Lex Luthor, Brainiac, Darkseid and more. Premiering on September 6, 1996, the series continued WBA’s dominance in Super Hero animation, once again setting new standards for storytelling, art direction and acting performances – and garnering 11 Emmy Award nominations and two Emmy Award wins, including top honors as the Outstanding Special Class Animated Program of 1998. The remarkable Superman: The Complete Animated Series box set features nearly 21 hours of entertainment spread over six Blu-ray™ discs, including all 54 exciting episodes, an all-new series-defining featurette entitled Superman: Timeless Icon, a special video commentary episode and three specially selected episodes with audio commentaries by the showrunners. All 54 episodes have been remastered from the original 35mm Interpositive sources, giving special attention to extensive color correction, dirt and scratch clean up, and adding a grain reduction pass to create a pristine picture, all while making sure not to affect the original lines in the artwork of the animation. The audio was retransferred from the original audio masters, and the series is presented in its original aspect ratio (4x3). The producing quartet of Bruce Timm, Paul Dini, Alan Burnett, and Glen Murakami headed production of Superman: The Animated Series alongside executive producers Jean MacCurdy and Haven Alexander. Shirley Walker and the Dynamic Music Partners (Michael McCuistion, Lolita Ritmanis, Kristopher Carter) composed the award-winning score, while eight-time Emmy Award winning dialogue/casting director Andrea Romano guided a star-studded voice cast. Curt Geda and Dan Riba served as animation directors for more than half of the episodes. The Superman: The Animated Series cast continued the unrivaled presentation of guest stars that Batman: The Animated Series had initially established. The lengthy cast list is filled with luminaries, their laurels including one Academy Award and 10 Oscar nominations; 37 Emmy Awards and 186 Emmy nominations; 16 Golden Globe Awards and 54 nominations; five Annie Awards and 38 nominations; four Grammy Awards and 14 nominations; and nine individuals honored with stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, including Ed Asner, Mark Hamill, William H. Macy, Marion Ross, Malcolm McDowell, Efrem Zimbalist Jr., Michael York, Roddy McDowall and Paul Williams. Tim Daly (Madame Secretary, Private Practice, Wings) led the cast as Clark Kent and Superman alongside Dana Delany (Body of Proof, Desperate Housewives, China Beach) as Lois Lane, David Kaufman (Danny Phantom, Stuart Little) as Jimmy Olsen and Clancy Brown (Dexter, The Shawshank Redemption, SpongeBob SquarePants) as Lex Luthor. The star-studded cast included series regulars – and their characters – Lauren Tom (Angela Chen), Victor Brandt (Professor Hamilton), Corey Burton (Brainiac), Joseph Bologna (Dan Turpin), George Dzundza (Perry White), Brad Garrett (Bibbo Bibbowski), Shelley Fabares (Martha Kent), Joanna Cassidy (Maggie Sawyer), Lisa Edelstein (Mercy Graves), Mike Farrell (Jonathan Kent) and Michael Ironside (Darkseid). Notable series guest stars featured Mark Hamill, Ed Asner, Dean Jones, Melissa Joan Hart, Robert Morse, Al Roker, Brian Cox, Jason Priestley, Peter Gallagher, David Warner, Michael Dorn, Christopher McDonald, Bruce Weitz, Andrea Martin, Miguel Ferrer, Ron Perlman, Bud Cort, Gilbert Gottfried, Robert Hays, Dennis Haysbert, Laraine Newman, Nancy Travis, Xander Berkeley, Jonathan Harris, John Glover, Sandra Bernhard, Jack Carter, Ernie Hudson, Henry Silva, and Robert Patrick. Superman: The Complete Animated Series – Enhanced Content Superman: Timeless Icon (New Featurette) – An all-new bonus feature, produced specifically for the remastered Blu-ray release of Superman: The Animated Series, reveals the complicated journey of the show and those who created the new mythology for The Man of Steel, as told by producers Bruce Timm and Paul Dini, director Dan Riba, writer Bob Goodman, casting/dialogue director Andrea Romano, and Tim Daly & Clancy Brown, the heralded voices of Superman and Lex Luthor, respectively. A Little Piece of Trivia (Featurette) – So you think you know your Superman trivia? Wait until you hear about the series’ connection to Telly Savalas! A brain teaser to entertain every Superman: The Animated Series fan! Superman: Learning to Fly (Featurette) – Get into the minds of the creative team behind Superman: The Animated Series as they detail the birth of this animated version of Superman and his incredible worlds. Featured speakers include producers Paul Dini, Bruce Timm and Alan Burnett, art director/producer Glen Murakami and directors Dan Riba and James Tucker. Building the Mythology: Superman's Supporting Cast (Featurette) – The characters around Superman get the spotlight in this in-depth look at everyone from Lois Lane, Jimmy Olsen and Perry White to Maggie Sawyer, Lana Lang, and Ma & Pa Kent. Producers Paul Dini, Bruce Timm and Alan Burnett, art director/producer Glen Murakami and directors Dan Riba and James Tucker give viewers the inside scoop. Menaces of Metropolis: Behind the Villains of Superman (Featurette) – Your hero is only as good as the villains around him, and Superman: The Animated Series has a rogues’ gallery of top-grade baddies, including traditional opponents Lex Luthor, Brainiac, Bizarro, Metallo, Mr. Mxyzptlk, Toyman and Parasite, as well as new villains created for the series – like Live Wire and Luminus. Producers Bruce Timm, Alan Burnett and Paul Dini, directors James Tucker and Dan Riba and casting/dialogue director Andrea Romano give us a tour of the villains. The Despot Darkseid: A Villain Worthy of Superman (Featurette) – Darkseid takes center stage in this examination of one of The Man of Steel’s most vicious adversaries, plus other Fourth World characters that appear in Superman: The Animated Series. The featurette includes producers Paul Dini, Bruce Timm and Alan Burnett, art director/producer Glen Murakami, writers Rich Fogel and Stan Berkowitz, director James Tucker and Charles Hatfield (Department of English, Cal State Northridge). Audio Commentaries Stolen Memories – producers Bruce Timm, Paul Dini and Alan Burnett, director Curt Geda and art director/producer Glen Murakami. The Last Son of Krypton - Part 1 – producers Bruce Timm, Paul Dini and Alan Burnett, director Dan Riba and art director/producer Glen Murakami. The Main Man - Part 2 – producers Bruce Timm and Paul Dini, director Dan Riba and art director/producer Glen Murakami. Video Commentary Mxyzpixilated – producer Bruce Timm, producer/writer Paul Dini, director Dan Riba and moderator Jason Hillhouse. BASICS PRODUCT SRP Blu-ray $69.99 USA, $79.99 Canada Blu-ray Languages: English, Spanish, French Blu-ray Subtitles: English Running Time: 1,141 minutes Rated PG
  22. Still waiting for my maskless Shriek to even get an estimated date of arrival/delivery on Target.com. Blight here...not painting the skull black...that's really unfortunate. Possibly even more unfortunate than going with the containment suit look over the more iconic business suit look in the first place. I know there's rumors that "unmasked Blight" will be exactly that, but I think those rumors are more people hoping out loud than anything. But we'll see, I guess. I just can't imagine Todd doing a 100% different figure as a variant, especially these days.
  23. It's a Living Dead Doll version of the animated Uncle Fester from that crappy Addams Family movie from 2019 (see photo I posted). Mezco has a tendency to distort LDDs in unsettling ways sometimes. The resemblance to Verne Troyer is there, but appears to be coincidental.
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