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  1. I have no desire to see any more of Whedon’s work after all of the recent revelations of his behavior. But I still find it funny that people look at his work on a film that he literally was brought into when it was 90% filmed and give him crap for how terrible it is. If nothing else, the Snyder Cut proved that there was not a good film there. An extremely LONG film? Sure. But not good.
  2. Is that something the someone from WB or one of the licensees has said publicly? Or just a rumor from figure websites? Flashpoint Batman had pistols, as have multiple Jokers. So do tons of Mafex DC figures, although I guess it could be a regional licensing thing.
  3. I loved PoP too, but honestly I can’t imagine a live action version would be anything like it.
  4. Lol, Spawn has been around for about 30 years now. I was reading it back when it first launched and had a huge impact on the comics world. It didn’t come close to putting the big two out of business then; the odds are virtually zero that it’s going to now.
  5. While I understand this point of view for Origins, I'm not sure how it applies for Masterverse? So far there's been only one He-Man figure, and two (very different) Skeletors. Personally He-Man was the second hardest to find for me behind Evil-Lyn. But aside from SkeleGod, every single character in the first 3 waves is unique and evenly packed.
  6. 100%. I'm not collecting the McFarlane figures but I actually want this for other Batman figures. The previous little tricycle was just goofy.
  7. I really hope all the whining from RAH collectors doesn’t mean Hasbro is just going to make direct 6inch versions of the 80s figures, because this Road Block and Breaker are horrifically boring to look at. I understand not everyone loves the modern flourishes on the newer figures but I think there’s a middle ground between metallic Fortnite and dull nostalgia fest like these.
  8. I backed the Action Force line, and I’m still excited for it, but I completely agree. I mostly avoid reading any of Vala’s posts unless they are specifically about updates to the Kickstarter. The stuff he writes is whiney, angry, and just basically makes him seems like a mean spirited jerk who attacks any line that isn’t his. Never once have I read something from one of the Marauder team bad mouthing the actual Joe line. They just put their money where their mouth is and make the best product they can. If people like it then they win. Vala could learn a big lesson there.
  9. There really is no “Snyderverse” moving forward. They’re continuing with the already established characters, but rewriting the history as necessary to fit future movies. The Flash seems to be the key to reworking things so that they aren’t tied to the older movies while still keeping the parts they want.
  10. No, it's definitely just you. Not every move they make is perfect, but I'd say this is one of the strongest lines being produced atm.
  11. That’s an interesting take, and may be true in your local area, but certainly not one that holds true across the US. I travel constantly for work and wind up checking out stores across the country and there’s no discernible difference between the availability of MCU figures vs Comic figures.
  12. Tough set for me. The Batman looks great but and I want the unmasked head. I don’t really want Flash but he looks solid. But I NEED a Cavill Superman head that doesn’t look like a pasty mess to put on my properly colored BvS Supes. I’ll probably just take the head and sell the stupid black suited Superman that made no sense whatsoever.
  13. WW3 is definitely moving forward, with both Jenkins and Gadot. WB already announced that back in January. WW84, by COVID metrics, was still a decent success for them because a ton of people watched it on HBOMax. It may have been terrible, but then so was BvS and they still let Snyder make Justice League.
  14. I think their motivation was clear from the start; WB had a brand new streaming service that no one was subscribing to and they needed something to drive new viewers. That's really it. I seriously doubt there was ever any intention of following up on the Snyder films because, quite frankly, most of the films they've released since Snyder left have been far better recieved. (Though obviously not all... *sideeye's WW84). Honestly, even as a fan of Snyders earlier, non-DC films, I've very glad they're changing direction. I enjoyed the first half of MoS, but absolutely LOATHE BvS with every fiber of my being. The Snyder Cut of JL was fairly entertaining but only underscored that his vision of most of the characters is not one I'm interested in.
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