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    Drawing, Action figures, video games, TV series, Cartoons and Movies; i guess that i generally enjoy the marvel films but outside that i enjoy Horror, Action or just overall good stories with amazing characters uwu.
  1. Dang, that Batman figure looks damn astounding to get, especially the articulation, still gonna wait reviews even if there is a likelihood this is the same Batman figure that came with the Batcycle. I suppose that Azrael looks cool despite that i don't know much about him sooo yeh :/.
  2. good luck spidey XD, nice photo :)
  3. Huh, i honestly did not expect this at all, i mean then again indeed a lot of things/series will get their slice of Lego on their lives undoubtedly.
  4. Welp, at least his fatality is fast and simple but effective XD
  5. Man i really might look forward for this figure alongside with Scorpion but obviously first I'm waiting for reviews before i consider buying it and such
  6. I'm sure one of my friends would love this a lot, he's a grand Freddie Mercury fan.
  7. Oh boi i did not see this one coming XD, what's next a How i met your mother set? I'd be surprised too tbh.
  8. The figure by far looks amazing, i guess I'm looking forward for Scorpion but then again if anything i stated on another post related to Mcfarlane toys and Mortal Kombat I'd love to see a Jade figure really.
  9. Being frank i can say for a small note I'm still a rookie for the DC superhero comics and only seen some stuff about them (mostly because i just got binged into the Batman animated series); but that's not much a point here if anything i never minded if a toyline i like or want to be invested to is 6 or 7 inch scale just as long as i get interesting figures of the characters i like and all with excellent detail and decent articulation, had my doubts here and there when i checked some modern mcfarlane toys but at the same time i am still willing to go for Mcfarlane's DC line or more specifically for me a Batman line to go for and collect. My only two hopes would be if they continued to do some bit more of BTAS stuff here and there, as well as the thought of no BAF figures i really never liked that concept either.
  10. For Poison Ivy: i like the body sculpt and the accessories but i do agree the head doesn't well for me neither. For Batman: maybe the figure doesn't look bad and not even the head except it kinda looks big for my likes. For Joker: that is some interesting figure there and while the headsculpt isn't perfect it looks decent to me, plus a neat staff alongside a good acid effect does the job well.
  11. Yeh I'm really more into the BTAS/TNBA line since I've been lately into that line and tbh i was surprised they'll be doing some characters in the bruce timm style that we never shown in no DCAU media at all (correct me if I'm wrong at that), so far these figures look good and at some point I'd hope that mcfarlane toys might continue doing this line as well but only time will tell really.
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