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  1. Let's see...a series that has jumped the shark, dragged it to the shore and beaten it with a tire iron until there was nothing left but chum, as well as a reboot of a line that was incredibly successful and affordable ($55 each for these figures). I don't think we'll have to worry about what changes will be needed to Patty & Selma...the line will be dead long before then. I guess Otto won't be getting a bong either!
  2. My Joe character has always been Shipwreck. Loved the original, loved the updated version (sweater/cap). Waiting for him to show up.
  3. Love Batman'66. These look great. Interesting no cigarette / cigarette holder for Penguin. Virtually every other Penguin'66 piece has it. Batgirl is a must. Hopefully soon, and with her Batcycle.
  4. I won't lie, that looks amazing, but the character I really can't wait to see / get is Shipwreck.
  5. Very cool (or maybe "hot"), but the character I want/need is Shipwreck!
  6. I like them, but the price is way too steep. Anyone interested in these would want to add many, many more to the collection, and that's going to add up fast. Even if they just did these three movies, we're looking at Robin Hood, Marion and Little John for a somewhat decent Robin Hood collection ($135 more), Geppetto and I guess The Blue Fairy and maybe 1 bad guy for that set (another $135 more here), and, well, Sorcerer Mickey is sufficient for Fantasia. And what about a Cinderella castle? A perfect addition, but size and cost? As I said, I like them, but just can't see affording a line that could, and should, go quite the distance.
  7. Shipwreck is the one that will bring me to the line. Based off this, he's a LONG way off.
  8. In the documentary short, 'Halloween' Unmasked 2000 (1999), it was revealed that the crew had chosen two masks for Michael Myers to decide on. The first was a Don Post Emmett Kelly smiling clown mask that they put frizzy red hair on. This was an homage to how he killed his sister, Judith, in a clown costume. They tested it out and it appeared very demented and creepy. The other mask was a 1975 Captain James T. Kirk mask that was purchased for around a dollar. It had the eyebrows and sideburns ripped off, the face was painted fish belly white, and the hair was spray painted brown, and the eyes were opened up more. They tested out the Kirk mask and the crew decided that it was much more creepy because it was emotionless. This became the Michael Myers mask.
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