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  1. I still own the SOTA versions of Street Fighter. And I still prefer those over these new offerings. They still scale well with Marvel Legends and DCUC.
  2. With the avalanche of Marvel Legends lately... those 100 could make my wife a little more "sympathetic" towards me...
  3. My two cents here is that making a good DC line is always a good thing, making a good DC line that fit with other lines is always better. I'll get a good Superman figure any day, but a good Superman that can be displayed in scale next to a Thor...I'll get every time.
  4. I began as a skeptic, but every show on the streaming service was a winner. Doom Patrol is my favorite and Swamp Thing deserves more another season.
  5. Trying to remain upbeat here. The Dick Grayson Batman, KGBeast, Katana and Red Hood look good. Half Shark half Croc is a must. It looks like they are showcasing the whole DC Mattel line with the Batman characters... They're are plenty of DC Superheroes, DCUC, Signature and Multiverse I would've included... Expected to see Black Canary ...
  6. There's something off with the proportions... the top and bottom half don't quite match...
  7. This Collect and Connect dialog should be its own topic. I always viewed it as a way for the company to say thanks. They are including an "extra" figure into the wave that they for some reason would not card it by itself. While Mattel has provided some really great CnC figures, others don't measure up. (I would had preferred a suited Lex or a Lois Lane or an Alfred over that Justice Buster whatever that was...) Even their logistic thinking baffles me... The Aquaman movie had an excellent Trench creature CnC, but who decided to make an army builder a CnC...??? Did they expect people to buy the whole wave 2 or 3 times in order to make a Trench army...??? It sounds like I'm venting against Mattel (maybe I am) but I think they didn't know how to capitalize on its potential. There should had been an 80 year Superman wave last year, with 4 or 5 figures every collector would want. And the sad part is that they could had provided them with minimal production costs. A definitive Superman (based on the latest buck), a suited Lex (with an added Clark Kent head), Lois Lane, the latest Bizzaro and an updated Zod for CnC. Same goes for an 80 year wave for Batman... oh well, I'm wishing McFarland the best...
  8. I've been there. The pain will go away eventually. Glad to see that the prize will help you. Hang in there, amigo!!!
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