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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 neck issue might actually be true on both, but since Flash’s neck is so bare it stands out more while Ming has all the collar and extra dressing to better hide that issue.
  2. My top 2 are GI Joe and Superheroes (Marvel/DC) but right below that are both MOTU and Star Wars. I have the Sail Barge and presuming it gets funded I’ll be getting Snake Mountain but if I had to choose between the 2 Snake Mountain would be my choice. Snake Mountain has better display value and is more central to the core iconography of the brand. Also I think the MOTU Classics line has established itself as the most ultimate and encompassing line in the history of MOTU. With Star Wars and other franchises there has yet to be one line to accomplish that.
  3. My memories are 3 fold: a) Being a film student at USC it was right around this time that I had my first meeting with George Lucus. b) a bunch of friends of mine decided to line up and spend days camping out to be in the first screening at the Chinese Theater on Hollywood Blvd. I was too busy and really had no intention of camping out so I was just going to go later but a friend ended up buying me a ticket and thus I just showed up 3 hours before the screening and still got in the front of the line. When a news crew came by to run a story about how long people had been lined up and camping out they mistakenly singled me out to ask “how long have you been camping out in line”. My answer: “about 30 minutes”. c) we left the theater hyped but it was about half way through the car ride home that the conversation switched from “what about this cool moment” to “yeah, but what was the deal with that other moment”. So it hadn’t fully set in but by the time we got home I think we were slowly starting to realize that while we had fun the film inevitably had problems and was not as good as we had hoped.
  4. Did any premier guild members receive an email about this cause I didn’t???
  5. I know this is a couple of inches bigger but at $175 I think I’m going to stick with the NECA line.
  6. Not a line I collect (I have the SDCC variant Harley Quinn LOD but that’s it) but this looks pretty darn good and Salem is a nice inclusion.
  7. I’m not sure about how I feel about the Gordon but that Ming looks pretty neat. That said at that price neither will make it in my collection .
  8. Hmmm.... I wonder if they are going to do another SDCC packout of this wave like they did last year.
  9. I think it’s Diamond that’s making that TMNT/Batman figure not DC Collectibles
  10. All cool stuff but it’s still just irritating that it’s 80-100% Batman universe every single time. We all love Batman but let’s spread some of that love around to the rest of the DC Universe.
  11. Oh man! Do we know the price? I want this but between the Snake Mountain preorder and knowing SDCC is just around the corner and I always drop way too much money on stuff when I’m down there I’m not sure this is going to be in the cards for me at the moment.
  12. Oh I agree it’s been a long time coming but I also think that’s likely all the more reason for them to prioritize her once a non-anniversary spot opens up. So presuming the line continues next year I think we’ll see her.
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