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  1. Thinwheat

    SH Figuarts Antman & The Wasp Ant-Man & Ant Set Review

    I love that they packed him with the Ant as an accessory! I'm more into the old style helmet design they used in the first Ant Man movie though. He still looks cool. This would be a fun piece to have on a shelf.
  2. I just saw someone in a collecting group say they were regretting buying this guy. I'm not sure why though, he looks pretty dope to me! I think the Infinity War Cap would be the one to get from the film for me personally, but this Thor would be a close second.
  3. Thinwheat

    Mezco One:12 Catwoman Review

    I've seen a lot of people with qc issues for this figure. I've heard of someone buying 6 and opening all of them and only two didn't have defects of some sort. It's a shame that this figure has so many problems, but Mezco decided to make a big number of them. Gonna be able to snag her for $40 in a few months probably.
  4. I waited for this guy to go to waitlist then immediately waitlisted him. The day they started shipping him out I got the email that my order was going to be processed, but I'd totally forgotten I'd waitlisted him. He looks like a solid figure and seems to be reviewing well. It would be cool to give him some other accessories too like a bow or a spear that look appropriate to the culture. I have him sitting on my desk unopened, maybe I'll open him up soon.
  5. This seems like the most random thing to me. It would be nice if they kept their new product stocked in these locations as another option for buying figures at retail.
  6. I know there's been a lot of hate for this one, but I might give it a shot. I think it has an Avatar The Last Airbender look to it. It might be fun.
  7. I'd be down for some accurate Figuarts style figures from old Disney movies.
  8. They have been dragging their feet with this figure. Teased forever ago and now they don't even have a physical product to show. It looks cool for sure. The problem with these Rick and Morty figures from Funko is their quality control. Lots of sloppy paint and very fragile and cheap feeling plastic. I would like a Pickle Rick action figure like this, but I don't want to buy junk. Not sure how Funko can make such solid figures for their Savage World line then turn around and make these the way they do.
  9. Woof! That's a bit pricey. It looks neat though. It looks very 90's to me for some reason. The colors and the character designs maybe.
  10. Figures when I was a kid were made of a hard plastic and it gave the impression that they were quality. That bendy plastic just seems really cheap to me. Hasbro's Legends like feels way too gummy sometimes too. It's a shame we have to go to the import companies for quality plastic on figures these days.
  11. Thinwheat

    AQUAMAN vs. BRINE KING & ORM - Mattel Basic Aquaman Movie 3-pack

    That Brine King looks pretty cool actually! I'm sure if he's in the movie he'll look a bit more intimidating. Really looking forward to this movie. Aquaman was my favorite part of Justice League and I'm sure James Wan did a great job with this movie.
  12. Yeah, it would be interesting if they become something like a more mainstream Super7. Making DC action figures, but they're a bit overpriced and made to order only, making artistic toy renditions of popular characters that lean more towards a fine art Sofubi style toy rather than a collectible toy, and keeping production low.
  13. I love Chuck! Yvonne Strahovski, man. . . .
  14. Nailed the likeness on this. If I was a fan of the character (COORRAALLL) I'd be into it. That eye bandage looks like fabric, but it isn't. This is a great 1/6 figure. I'd be interested in picking up a Rick Grimes if this was the quality.
  15. I might be in the minority, but I hate it when Hot Toys does the plugged hair for their females. It takes the figure into Barbie territory more than it was before. To have such realistic looking paint and sculpts and then pair that with obviously out of scale hair, the whole thing is thrown off. Sculpted hair really cuts down on posing, but if they could do a few different hair pieces that could swap face plates import style, I'd be interested. I know that isn't going to happen, but that plugged hair is what's keeping me from buying a WW Hot Toy, even though I'd LOVE to have a Gal Gadot WW Hot Toy figure.
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