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  1. I wonder if this’ll be kind of along the lines of the Deadpool movies in the sense of the over-the-top raunchiness, language, gore, etc.
  2. I kind of wish they would have pictures of the SF figures facing forward to better see their faces. I get that they are presenting them as though they are in 2D, but still. I prefer seeing figures from more than one angle before deciding whether or not I want it.
  3. Any idea when and where this wave will be hitting shelves? I’m predominantly interested in the Rey figure, but I haven’t seen it anywhere yet.
  4. While I realize these are designed for 7in scale figures, do you think they would be too big for GI Joe Classified or other 6in scale figures?
  5. I really like the head sculpt for the Eternia He-Man. It is much better than the previous He-man’s babyface
  6. The only thing uncharted here is his face because it looks like Diamond Select has never seen the guy before...
  7. I started actively collecting figures around April of last year and in that timeframe have bought somewhere around 73 Marvel Legends figures, a handful of Black Series, 5 Gi Joe Classifieds, a bunch of Neca figures, a couple figuarts, a couple Figma, and like one Marvel Select figure. Comparatively, I have only purchased 2 DC Multiverse figures since starting my collection, and was super disappointed by their articulation and super loose ankles which makes them difficult to stand or even pose. Because of that, I have avoided purchasing more. I’m also not a huge fan of 7in. Scale and wish that Multiverse was a 6in. line. I have purchased a few non DC Mcfarlane figures as well, and feel the same way about those. The paint and detail often looks really good in the package, but once opened they always seem to fall short. I feel that despite less detail in the sculpting and paint department, Hasbro produces better figures overall which is why I am more prone to buy figures from their toylines.
  8. Hasbro has released figures similar to this for both Marvel and Star Wars. They aren’t bad as far as sculpting is concerned, but they only have articulation in the arms, head, and sometimes the waist. I’ve purchased a couple of them since they are like $5, and they don’t look too shabby on a shelf. These could be cool for army building if they released some Cobra troopers or something along those lines.
  9. Ordered one of these for my brother-in-law who is a huge Swamp Thing fan but not necessarily a toy collector. Ordered from Game Stop. Received the unpainted version. Not sure what to do from here since I intended to give it to him for Christmas and I don’t know if I can get a replacement in time. It is a cool figure for sure, and the sculpt looks amazing, but I am fairly confident he would prefer the standard version over the chase variant.
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