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  1. I was lucky enough to grab 1 of 2 Narutos at a Target. (they only got one box in) and I got Saint Seiya off of Amazon. I love these figures and can't wait for My Hero figures. Hopefully they have a wave two of My Hero Academia, as I'm hoping for Uraka in this style.
  2. I have faith in Super 7. I'd rather pay 50 bucks and wait a year to get a figure I really want than not to get it at all. I'm very grateful that they tackled Thundercats and Defenders of the Earth and Toxic Crusader. It's more money than I want to spend but less expensive than a customizer and I'm very happy with the sculpts they have been showing off. Silver Hawks, Bravestarr and I wouldn't mind some Tigersharks, Bionic 6 and Visionaires too. There is another property I'd like to see come back in Battle Beasts but I think a company like Loyal Subjects would be more appropriate. I also wouldn't mind Super 7 doing MOTU knockoffs from the 80s like Galaxy Fighters or doing their own original MOTUesq figures.
  3. The style reminds me of Star Wars Galaxy of adventure and so I suspect these will be 5 inch figures. Wonder if more Hasbro properties will get this treatment.
  4. Which is why I skipped on those McFarlane DCs and Anime figures. Looks like they are more in scale with DC Direct or Marvel Select which are not my favorites. I'm looking forward to the Bandai anime figures which are in the 6.5inch scale. If these figures are in scale with WWE I will be All in. But if not I'll have to pass. Can't have the Young Bucks be as tall or taller than the Undertaker.
  5. Love this line. Hate that it's a Walmart exclusive. Managed to snag the whole set online before Walmart upped the price on their own website to $35 a figure (although it seems to be back down and just simply out of stock now). Other than the ring with HHH and Cena I've yet to see these at retail. But other than that, I love how easy it is to customize them. It's a cross between Remco Wrestlers, He-Man and Hero Mashers. Regular WWE heads work on these too so it makes it easier to expand your roster in this style if you really wanted to. And they are sturdy and well articulated enough that kids should have fun with them too.
  6. I would like action figures of these. Due to the art style I'd actually prefer it if these were 5 inch though so they would look good next to Disney Toybox or Star Wars Galaxy of Adventure figures.
  7. Since Hasbro makes most of Disney's properties I'm surprised Disney hasn't bought Hasbro yet. Could Arcee one day be a Disney princess? (Jk)
  8. Finally some news on these!! I've been hungry for more Savage World Figures. I was getting worried when there was no news at SDCC or Powercon. Hopefully these will continue now that Mattel is going to make WWE and MOTU figures in this style and scale (Although with more articulation and interchangeable body parts). Funko started off weak by having quality issues, hopefully these will start to catch on more now that the plastic they are using is sturdier. I also hope they come out with more Savage World figures or simple straight pop culture icons in this body type. I'd love to see 80's action stars like Mr. T, Chuck Norris, Rambo, John McClain etc in this style. Also how about Marvel Savage Land figures? Feral Wolverine. Webstor like Spidey, Mr. Fantastic with SSSqueeze like arms etc.
  9. Love the Killer Croc sculpt but he is so big he seems out of scale.
  10. Loving the line. Hating that I never find them at retail and that since it's a third party deal, they aren't even available for online order through Target.com. I don't own one set and would have bought them all if I had the chance. And I refuse to pay Ebay/Second market prices. These are pricey enough as is.
  11. I hope these are 5.5inches so they go with all the Savage World/Primal Age figures I've been buying.
  12. Too many streaming services out there. DC is too specific and when fans already own most of what you offer (I know I do) it's a hard sell. If it was a Warner Bro service it would have more depth and selection at least.
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