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Supreme Convoy

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  1. Is it not showing up? I can see it just fine. Hm...
  2. I have a few select figures: *Green Arrow (Hard Traveling Heroes) *Green Lantern (Hard Traveling Heroes) - Not possable at all, but it's slick to have with GA *Superman (Modern) *Wonder Woman (JLA) *Deathstroke (Teen Titans) *Clark Kent (Smaville) - Got it free with a Buy 1 Get Another Free deal. Not too shabby really I'm looking to have the core JLA team with a Barry Allen Flash figure and classic looking Aquaman. I'm also trying to save up for the DKR figures and the upcoming Long Halloween toys.
  3. I like to think I'm pretty open to art styles but when I saw this for the upcoming Justice League #6 the thought that came to mind was "That's wrong on all levels..." http://comics.toonzone.net/solicitations/2...unlimited06.jpg I guess I just love the Bruce Timm look. EDIT: So I'm on my friend's computer and I see it's not working. I just got rid of the tags.
  4. LoL, the Superman figure looks pretty neat. Maybe because I was wowwed by the words "Sonic Zoom." And $15 doesn't seem that bad for a big figure.
  5. I was wondering about that after reading JLA: Earth 2. These guys would be awesome to have along side the JLA figures.
  6. Yeah Death of Superman, World Without Superman, and Return of Superman was a good saga. It could have been shorter, but when you have nothing else to read it does pass the time. And I bought them relatively cheap. Personally, I'd recommend an older print of the Greatest Superman Stories Ever Told (the newer print got rid some of the best stories). It has Alan Moore and Dave Gibbon's "For the Man Who Has Everything..." which is my favorite Superman story of all time. It's Superman's birthday and while Batman, Robin, and Wonder Woman show up the party is crashed by Mongul (the evil yellow monster in a purple suit). Mongul's present to Superman?.... Everything he's wished for and it's not pretty. There are also classic stories throughout the decades in that book. By far one of the best collections of Superman comics and it lives up to the title. While not exactly a Superman title, I'd recommend JSA: The Liberty Files paperback. It's an Elseworlds story set in WWII with The Bat (Batman), The Clock (Hourman), and the Owl (Dr Midnite) who are super spies sent to stop the Nazi secret weapon called "Ubermesch" (German for Superman). The paperback also includes the sequel The Unholy Three which further explores Superman... and you'll never expect what's going to happen.
  7. Wow, that's pretty neat! Keep us updated when you do add stuff.
  8. Not only did I pick up my weekly comic fix at the comic shop, Paul Lee and Brian Horton, the penciller and inker of Batman #634, were there! I stood in line to get my comic signed and get some sketches... DC put next months' team on the cover. So it was pretty funny watching the guys crossing it out. Plus everyone had the same look... "Are you sure you guys drew this book?" Next up are the sketches. And once again, I always have to ask for a sketch of Daredevil when I meet an artist (except for Sandy Collora when I totally blanked out while shaking his hands). I was expecting profile shots, but I was surprised the effort the guys put into these: Brian Horton (inker) Paul Lee (penciller) It was worth the wait and watching them work was cool. It's crazy how they cranked out great artwork. Plus they're down to earth guys, the whole time they were talking about their kids and the random things they do. All in all, a cool day for a Batman/Daredevil fan. I've yet to read the issue yet, but it looks good. I wish the guys the best.
  9. For something that appears as a simple book, it has complex subplots... I really got to get these books.
  10. As silly as it looks, gotta admit it has a pretty good sculpt.
  11. I came across 2 interesting issue of the recent cancelled Batman Adventures series... #7 with the Phantasm and #14 with the Grey Ghost. I figure I'd pick them up at $1.75 a piece and they include some of my favorite characters from the cartoon. Not to mention it's written by Dan Slott who also did Arkham Asylum: Living Hell. And I'll admit I enjoyed these comics, I might have to get the small paperbacks. On to the question, I had... has the Phantasm appeared in the Batman Adventures comics before? It appears she the right hand woman of the Black Mask and I was wondering how she got there. And has the Grey Ghost appeared of any of the animated Batman comics? The episode with the Grey Ghost has to be one of my favorite episode of them all.
  12. (I wasn't sure where to put this so bear with me) While browsing around for Marvel Legends figures, I was watching these 2 ladies, the clerk and a customer, fight over a Beanie Baby. Basically what happened was the clerk tracked down a rare Beanie Baby dog and while the customer bought it she ripped off some plastic tag on the dog. Then the customer wanted her money back. This resulted in a huge arguement and I coulda sworn the clerk was going to punch her in the face. I thought collecting Marvel Legends was a dog eat dog hobby...
  13. I think in #8, it was slightly obvious who the traitor might be. The shadowy character had short hair and we see everyone else on the boat is asleep so it was either Stalker or Duke. But still, I can't believe Duke would be a Cobra agent! I suppose he's going to turn out to be a double agent. Also Newsarama.com has an interview with Dixon and an upcoming cover with an homage to Bourne Supremacy. There also another spoiler in the interview... Beachhead is still alive! I thought he was blown to bits but I'm glad he's back. He's the coolest, hardcore member on the team.
  14. I also got into these by picking up Daredevil and Bullseye. But I think for now I'll restrain myself by picking up my holy trinity: Daredevil, Spider-Man, and Batman (those Lego type sets that are out look cool)
  15. Well... only one is a screenshot. The rest are pics we've already seen from the movie production. But still, that one screenshot looks pretty good.
  16. Not a dynamic picture, but something fun I took awhile back... Superman: So yeah... quit b****ing and moaning about Lana.
  17. Dolphin-Snagger brings up a good point, a Solomon Grundy figure! That would be slick. Plus I can have him fight Hulk and re-enact the kick ass fight from Green Arrow: Archer's Quest.
  18. I've posted these before, but I just love my Deathstroke figure. "Tell me, Robin... is that mask bulletproof?" (I love that line from the series) "If there's one thing I can count on, Batman, it's you'll always find new Boy-Hostages." "So Big Bird wants to play now?" My attempt to make Deathstroke look like he's jumping in air... DC Direct figures aren't exactly made for poses like that.
  19. I'd kill for a Marvel Western Legends line based on John Ostrander's Blaze of Glory/Apache Skies. And speaking of Western, I'd love to see the Magnificent Seven and Man With No Name. I recently got into Westerns and I'd love to see some cool Western toys. A Marvel or DC civilian line. I think having alter egos of our favorite superheroes would rock. Peter Parker, Bruce Wayne, Matt Murdock, would be my first picks. Then JJJ would have to team up with Perry White, Lois Lane with Mary Jane, Aunt May with Ma & Pa Kent... the list goes on. I'd love to own a line of 6 inch Harrison Ford figures, the top figures would be Indiana Jones, Han Solo, and Jack Ryan. And the most redundant wish, a super possable 6 inch line based on Batman: The Animated Series. Sure the figures in the 90s rocked, but I'd like to see added articulation.
  20. I'm hoping this will be a great superhero game. I loved Batman Vengence but always craved for something more. Hopefully Batman Begins will be the ultimate Bat game. And I'm also looking forward to the movie. After reading the script, it looks wicked.
  21. Wow that's great looking! And you painted the eyes really good.
  22. Wow, I'd never thought of using Ghost Rider's head for a Scorpion. Good thinking!
  23. Yeah, the Green Arrow is friggin cool. The best story I've read so far is Archer's Quest by Brad Melzter.
  24. Me and my friend were talking about it and we thought it'd be slick if some Hot Wheels had spinners on them. Yeah, it's perhaps the most ridiculous thing you can add on a real car to me, but on a toy car it'd be fun. Thoughts, opinions?
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