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    I’m a writer/director living in Los Angeles, a 20+ year SDCC veteran, and a toy/comic collector with over 40,000 comic books, over 10,000 action figures, over 12,000 BluRay/DVDs, and thousands of play sets, vehicles, statues, and other collectibles

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  1. I think the CnC model will be gone for DC for sure but I bet on the other hand there might just be straight up delux offerings for figures that normally would be CnC.
  2. It’s cool, but who would have thought the image of Harley with a boom box would end up inspiring multiple products to get made.
  3. On the flip side it often feels like the Marvel stuff comes out too much/too often for both fans and retailers to keep up with. Results vary from wave to wave but there are stores that never receive certain waves because there hasn’t been time to sell through the wave prior thus by the time they are ready to restock things have moved on to a third wave down the line. There’s probably a happy medium in there somewhere between the frequency of new Legends and the frequency of new Multiverse. Also, if you don’t like the frequency of new waves now I’m guessing you’ll dislike it more when it’s McFarlane cause I anticipate McFarland will have far less number of waves per year than what Mattel was doing.
  4. There’s not really plenty of time though. Keep in mind it’s not just a matter of how quickly Mattel can make them. It’s also a matter of how quickly retail will stock them. Retail is only going to order restock waves so quickly which means anything Mattel makes beyond what retail orders by end of year is waves that won’t reach the retail market (outside of relying on direct sales and discount stores which Mattel does not want).
  5. I suspect if Hasbro is going to do a full ESB selection next year that we’ll probably see at least a couple of these figures in that line up and not just Luke.
  6. So I know supposedly they improved the QC with Primal Age with the target releases, but what about those Thundercats??? Has that been a widespread problem with those too? I haven’t picked up any of these yet but was really hoping to get the T-Cats.
  7. Swamp thing is interesting. I don’t think that’s a character we’ve ever had in 1/18 scale—at least not that I can recall.
  8. It’s an odd scale. I’m guessing this was a WB licensing restriction since it seems like most of their non WB figures are 1/6. End of the day though these seem a bit pricey and I feel like most people would probably prefer to pay a little bit more for a Hot Toys figure or a little bit less for a Mezco figure.
  9. Year the extra heads are nice to throw in but with the style of these figures and their weapons it’s a reason to keep the cartoony heads in the box.
  10. Glad for this. Great to have this character get some new exposure.
  11. I’m still really hoping to see a packaged pic of this before the preorder closes so I can know rather to get 1 or 2 to keep one in package.
  12. I agree. His expression looks fine when he’s sitting on the bridge, but all the other scenarios they show his expression just looks off—and since we don’t really have a to scale bridge for him to sit in that’s the least likely pose for anyone to have him in.
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