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  1. Actually, with all the trouble around the WWE brand lately, there has been talk of them leaving Mattel. If so, one of the companies considering a try for the license is Hasbro. So, uh . . . yeah.
  2. I know it'll never happen, but I'd kill for a Hulk Hogan He-Man. "I Have the Power . . . BROTHER!!!" Just to bad they couldn't throw a reverse on this by doing He-Man characters on WWE tooling.
  3. On the 7" front, that's just classic McFarlane. I remember WAAAY back in the day when he first got into the toy-game he made a special point of how his figures would be in a different scale than what was being done then (5 inch). I can only assume he's doing the same thing again. As collectors, we want figures compatible with the Classics and Multiverse figures we've been collecting for years. McFarlane doesn't want that, he wants this to be HIS DC line. Can't really fault the man on that, it just seems a little dismissive toward the fans. As for the odd choice of build-a-pack-in? My best guess is Mac is still trying to feel things out. The man's gotta be way outside his comfort zone on this one.
  4. The important take-away here is: Sy-Fy may have cancelled Krypton, but this is the network who okayed an Ian Zeiring penned spiritual successor to Sharknado. Is that REALLY a neiborhood you wanna hang out in?
  5. I wouldn't look toward anything McFarlane is putting out now. If he's even half the Toy-Man most of us hope he is, he's busy at work coming up with a whole new articulation scheme. You don't just score a major license like this and then try and skate by on the stuff you have in the backroom.
  6. Yeah, good thing Spin Masters has a better track record than McFarlane.
  7. You know, in the best possible world, Spin Masters would release a 6' inch DC line to sell along side McTodd's figures the same way Jazwares makes their own 6" versions of the Fortnite figures. Badda-Bing, everybody's happy.
  8. Wouldn't exactly call it an "All-New Adventure," as thy're apparently just rehashing the origin . . . again. Kinda sucks that Wonder Woman keeps getting the shaft like this.
  9. I've made up my mind that I'll collect these last few Multiverse waves, then it's over, I'm out. If Spin Masters does something cool, I'll support it, otherwise . . .
  10. And that's why there will never be a good G.I. Joe movie. As long as the studios are willing to cut the very heart and soul of the movie away just to appease this group, that country, or such-and-such organization it'll never work.
  11. Nice attempt at a diplomatic high-road, but it doesn't wash. As you said, "they are the NEW license holder," as in not the OLD license holder. For all intents and purposes they ARE replacing Mattel (at least as far as the Adult Collector lines are concerned). That's nothing against McFarlane or Mattel, that's just the way it is. It happens, out with the old, in with the new. Love it, hate it, accept it.
  12. Seriously, what is with these Amazon names: Choc, Chili, Potato . . . Poprocks!?! Is someone selling these without permission? Are they trying to avoid a run on the figures? . . . or has Overwatch reached a level of abstract that Fortnite can only dream of?
  13. I love it when they come up with the most tired, cliche, everyone and their brother has done it to death crap and call it "Something Never Before Seen." Hideo Itoyanagi, you are the Rob Liefeld of your time.
  14. All look excellent, but I'm a little disappointed we didn't get a "Mike" head with the Magna Defender. Of course, in universe Magna Defender was more of a guy with an armored body than a guy wearing armor (that IS his head) so I'll give Hasbro a pass. Still, it would be nice to get an "unmasked" variant, just for us die-hard Lost Galaxy fans.
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