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  1. Aww Man, I've wanted an Armaggon for years. I just don't wanna have to subscribe to this, that, or the other thing to get him.
  2. Two things: 1. Wouldn't Barry have been "Speed Thinking" since day one? I mean every time he uses his powers he's processing information at hyper-speed, i.e. "Speed Thinking." Maybe the writers should give him the power of intelligent writing. The show could use that. 2. Pictures 6 and 8 really hit home the thin line between "Bad-@$$ed Superheroine" and "Goth Grandma."
  3. Wish I could say I still had some interest in this one . . . but I don't. This should be a new golden age for Star Wars, but it just seems like all the behind the scenes political garbage is stealing all the spotlight. Amidst all the BS, I'd forgotten they were even doing an Obi-Wan series. Then this whole Gina Carano thing happens and it's just a step to far. Star Wars just isn't fun anymore. Congratulations to Indira though. If she keeps her mouth shut, her head low, and tows that company line, they may even let her keep the job. I sure wouldn't want it.
  4. Just thought about this. We're all assuming (hoping?) these HasNite figures will be in Marvel Legends or similar scale. I mean, they supposedly specifically mentioned 6" scale, but that doesn't necessarily mean Marvel Legends/Black Series/Lightning Collection/GIJC scale. Is Hasbro not already releasing video game themed figures in the more kiddifide 6" scale with their Avengers figures? It'd probably be real easy to expand that line into the Fortnite realm. Something to think about.
  5. Same here on all points. I'll at least get Phantom no matter what, but I REALLY wanted these to match Marvel Legends.
  6. The snow is completely melted, today's high will be a beautiful 60 degrees. The closest thing to severe weather is a light rain that ended at around 6 am . . . and still UPS managed to loose my Splinter set in transit, AFTER it arrived in my city. Target was cool about it though. A replacement's on the way, and I got a 5 dollar e-card for my trouble. I swear, I may just retire from commercial art and just live off the courtesy money I get from all the companies that screw up on my orders.
  7. Someone finally did a comparison in a Flash Gordon review on YouTube. The bad news is, these ARE in the 7" scale. The good news is, it's the lower end of the 7" scale, not near as bad as Neca's Movie Monster figures or most of McFarlane's stuff. Think the last days of Mattel's DC Multiverse. They're close. They don't REALLY fit, but depending on how bad you want it, they're close enough that you can fudge them in. Important Note: Ming is noticeably taller than the other DOE figures.
  8. Avoid the numerous pit-falls and this could be good. Lord knows my favorite episodes of the Sunbow series were the ones where Lady Jaye took center stage.
  9. Good news if you're into it I guess. Not my thing, but I always celebrate when a kids franchise gets a show that kids can actually watch.
  10. Makes since. You'd be hard-pressed to find a collector more critical of Hasbro than that guy.
  11. These seem interesting, but when is Enterprise gonna get some love? Sure you see merch occasionally, but it's few and far between. Sad state of affairs for a great show whose only real crime was being, as Connor "Trip" Trinneer once put it, "One trip to the well to many."
  12. Some of these look cool, but as I've said before, i will never support the movie that took Brandon Lee away from us in any way, shape, or form.
  13. Sure, in a way. On the other hand, seeing as how the hundreds of bucks a year I drop on their stuff helps pay these douche-bags' pay checks, I'm not sure I'm down with being a living joke to the over-paid intellectual flat-lines.
  14. Of course personal mileage will vary, but I think the general consensus is Wonder Woman and Aquaman were the first totally successful DCCU movies. MOS, BVS, and WW84 were successful but extremely divisive, Suicide Squad was a disappointment but Warners carried it for a bit due to Margot Robbie's brief status as an "It Girl." Birds of Prey was a flop and, barring the intervention of rabid James Gunn fans, I don't see the new Suicide Squad movie doing much better. BTW: Who wants to bet the new Suicide Squad pulls a Machete 2 and Harley appears just long enough to take a bullet?
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