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  • Birthday 11/28/1874

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    Marvel, Masters of the Universe, Thundercats, Walking Dead, Most things not McFarlane related

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  1. Imagine that. The biggest ego in the business finally found a BS excuse good enough to justify making an action statue of himself. I'm surprised he didn't value it a lot more than it already is. I'm wondering why he didn't include an accessory of the baseball he blew his fortune on.
  2. They do look good and I like the way they match up to ML but there just isn't enough there to justify the price. The number one breaker for me though is those ball joint hips. No thanks.
  3. This is actually a nice looking Flash figure. Nice to finally see a McFarlane figure without those skinny chicken legs.
  4. Lucky me then. I picked 4 sets up during deal days for $47 each.
  5. Ughhhh, best way to kill a project before it even gets off ground is to involve Seth Rogan. Still, I'm a huge fan of the Turtles and pretty much everyone else involved with this thing so I'll get the perspective of some real fans (not the bought and paid for "critics") before I give it a shot.
  6. Though this line is pretty hit and miss there are a precious few I did have to pre-order, such as Webstor, Clawful and Ram Man cuz I just don't want to miss out on them, but I'll sit out on Mer-Man, Grizzlor and Faker and see if they come down in price like the first few waves, though I seriously doubt it. The first few waves were made mostly made from he controversial Revelations series which just didn't hit right with the older fans, but these New Eternia designs seem to be just what we were waiting for.
  7. Great, we get to watch Netflix ruin another of my all-time favorite entertainment properties.
  8. These pics of Two Bad really don't do it justice. I got it and it really looks amazing in hand. Something about the photography takes away it's presence. What really surprises me about this figure, and I saw it immediately in the box, is how large it is. It does tower over all the other Masterverse figures. I wonder if that was intentional and the modern version of Two Bad is supposed to be bigger (actually much bigger) than the rest of the characters or if it's a mistake. Materverse has had some pretty bad scale issues overall, but if it's a mistake it's a really large mistake, because the size difference is substantial and severe.
  9. Agree, like the movie figures, this just isn't what the D&D crowd is about. The draw is creating your own character and character traits. Do the old style pre-cartoon Barbarian, Ranger, Wizard, Etc. figures in male and female, throw in some head or cape swaps, maybe do them in a few different color palettes and skin and hair colors, include different weapons or accessories with each that can be mixed and matched and let the D&D fans do their thing and go crazy. Seriously, Hasbro you could make about 12 different waves simply by making small aesthetic changes to the same molds and some new head sculpts to make tons of different figures. It's almost too easy.
  10. Wow, those bring back some memories. Not enough to collect, cuz I've already got enough on the plate, but still pretty cool.
  11. Personally, I've heard nothing but good from Valaverse fans. I own a few and have ordered the new females wave and anticipate great things. I have had a few figures arrive damaged, but that was from the vendor and it was a simple as taking pictures of the figures before I took them off the card and the vendor honored the return.
  12. There's just something continuously frustrating (and shady) about the constant and consistent stream of teases and announcements from Super7, all the while struggling to get out the next wave of figures we paid for 2, sometimes 3 years ago. Not to be accusatory, but this stinks of another one of those cases where the company is just constantly posting pre-orders for future projects just to finish projects that should have already finished by now. Of course, I work in an industry where I've seen several companies crash and burn (literally) by operating under this type of system. The further you push it out the less likely you'll ever catch up. While I love their figures and I appreciate what they're trying to do I've cancelled all my Super7 orders after waiting over 2 years for them to fulfill just one of my Thundercats orders. As a (hopefully) unintentional circumstance it's starting to seem that companies like Super7 are contributing to the rise in prices of products from some of the bigger manufacturers like Mattel and Hasbro. When they see people being charged and paying upwards of $50 per figure, many times of characters from their IP's, for work that is maybe just a little better, sometimes less, than what they produce and charge half the price for, and then have to wait years to receive them, why wouldn't they test the waters to see how much they can actually get from the consumers before they revolt?
  13. Snow Job and Scrap Iron are two of my all time faves. Can't wait for these guys. As far as the others I'll keep them on the wait 'n' see status.
  14. That's the general feeling I'm getting from my D&D friends. Give them any D&D figures not based on a particular actors likeness or drab movie design and they're all in, but this is just blaaaaah.......
  15. Massive Cudlitz fan, but........HUUUUGH?! I guess in recent times Lex has been portrayed as a more "manly" guy, but It's just so far from the the Ayass Kicker MC is mostly portrayed as. Whatever, I'm glad to see him get a new gig, and maybe this means they'll finally do him in some kickass armor getup that actually looks cool.
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