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  1. Finally!! Mando v2!! At last I'll have a chance to one, since the first version is so hard to come by, and a decent price. Don't know if I really need another Vader, but he looks cool! Can't wait for the pre-orders!
  2. Sorry, should've been more specific. I'm from Mexico, and the official distributor here, Bandai, has them priced at around 35 USD for the "regular" figures, and 40 USD for the "big" ones (the armored Bats and Sups) and the ones with the Batmobile piece. So far the line has not been found here, other than a few figures that showed up on Amazon MX and the ones that @Neovorticism2 mentioned in Walmart's online page, where the price is closer to 25 USD.
  3. He looks very cool and accurate. Figma definitely knows it's game. Now the thing is that we have 3, almost four companies offering MHA articulated figures, and pricing from Figma is kinda high. I think McFarlane just released their own Todoroki figure. Ahhh, choices, choices.
  4. Distribution if definitely an issue. As for pricing, Walmart has some from the first wave at a way more decent price than Amazon had them.
  5. They definitely look cool. McFarlane seems to be improving their designs more and more. Still haven't seen any figure that really interest me, but I'm definitely keeping an eye on the line.
  6. He looks very cool! This is definitely gonna be the Batman in my collection. I love the flight stand! It seems like that's just gonna come with the blue version. I guess is maybe like a trade off because this one comes with the stand. Although if they already have the mold they might as well include Bruce's head.
  7. Really? Didn't know about that. Gonna be paying close attention to that. Even if I mostly disliked McFarlane´s first Dc Multiverse wave, they seem to really be listening and willing to improve. I hope he gives us a Teen Titans wave, that'd really get me into the line.
  8. Feels like there's something weird about WW's face. Other than that she looks pretty nice.
  9. Interesting. Can't wait to see how the figure looks, also want to see what accessories they pack this figure with, some could be used for different displays.
  10. I'm right there with you. I'm hoping McFarlane would do one soon.
  11. Gotta say, the design is quite interesting, besides the skin that is shown, I think the armor looks kinda interesting.
  12. Haven't played the game, but Fortnite does have some cool designs, like Chicken Gundam and the Galaxy dude. Just recently got Raven and he's rather cool, so I may look into getting some of these.
  13. An interesting approach from Todd, but I guess it's one of the most logical things to do in this case. Correct me if I'm wrong, but even if McFarlane toys has been around for almost 30 years I don't think the company is really that large. They still are a company focused on collectors, so they rarely depend on children buying their stuff, or at least untill now that he's got some popular licenses like Fortnite and DC. And even if he's got the money, I can understand why retailers like Walmart wouldn't be interested in carrying an expensive action figure based on an character that has no mainstream presence, 'cause for them, that wouldn't sell. Offering it through KS gives him the certainty of how many people actually want it, and how much are they willing to pay for it and its extras. At the end of the day, his running a company, and can't take that much risks of losing money. Personally, I'm not interested in his KS Spawn, not only because of my lack of attachment to the character, but because I'm outside the US and shipping, taxes and maybe some other paperwork that customs may feel like throwing in would be a pain in the ass.
  14. Gotta say, as a Halo fan, this company is really kicking it out of the park for me. I don't know anything about their other properties, but all of them look very nice. I've even recently bought one of their 6" Fortnite figures just to check them out, and it looks awesome. There's a ton of articulation and accessories. Really looking forward to what they will offer in the future. As for them getting other more mainstream properties, only one I see kinda possible would be DC, and only if McFarlane figures happen to do badly in the long run. Really a company I'll be keeping an eye on, especially since Mattel now doesn't have anything that interest me.
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