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  1. I don´t own it, but it does look "astonishing". Already pre-ordered it along Gambit.
  2. I hope the hood comes off and comes with the staff. Or any accesory. Batman would have rocked with a batarang and Harvey with a gun or somn. At least a base!
  3. Nolan is making Superman follow Batman´s steps, even the pose!!
  4. Nolan is making Superman follow Batman´s steps, even the pose!!
  5. Let´s face it!!! He´s an alien, and it´s a live action movie set in the real world, would you think Superman would use just tights?? I see this as an "alien tech" suit,or formal kryptionian battle suit, as Vegeta once said in a movie when he was asked why he was always dressed like that. I like the costume, I wish it was a bit brighter though, and I hope they just ditched the underpants, element which worked well in the early days, but became a mocking motive later. Superman deserves some respect. Oh, and they ditched the curly S, finally!!!
  6. Niiiice looking Bats!! He just need double jointed knees, which I don´t think he will get. He´s also sporting a different cape. Cool!
  7. Well im confused... So the Arkham City Batman/Two Face is by Mattel, but the Harley Quinn and other 'Legacy' figures are by DCD??? This is really gonna screw with my collection. So far, the only figures officially revealed by Mattel for Arkham city are Batman and Two Face. The others are rumors STILL produced by Mattel and we´ll learn more about this at SDCC.
  8. Wasn't the first Batman from the DC Universe line the silver age version? It´s more like "omic accurate". What I saw for the SA concept was a repaint of public enemies batman, withc light blue colors, and black mask.
  9. Batman / Two Face pack for me, thanks. Rumor says Silver Age Batman, Silver Age Batgirl and Catman will be in the line. I saw the photoshopped stuff, and I got excited with Catman. About the other figures, I might get them, depending how "silver age" accurate they are; I wouldn`t like to get a super bulked up Batman of that age, when he wasn´t drawn that way.
  10. Sorry to disagree man, but they don´t appeal to me at all.
  11. bad call if you ask me. It would have been the start of double jointing for regular male molds.
  12. I wouldn´t be too positive or excited about that. Kyle Rayner´s proto showed a double jointed mold...and look how that ended up. I believe thos 2-ups are pretty much the final thing. . .
  13. I agree with the guys that support double jointed. For me is BOOOORING to have them just standing because they can´t strike a cool pose. In that case, I´d have stuck to DCD.
  14. i don´t agree, they don´t look out of proportion, to me, and if they did, I´d rather display my figure in a coool natural action pose where the proportions can´t bee seen than just have them running or flying...or pose them "jumping" in a silly way
  15. I´m one of the few who don´t care about Superfriends. The only ones I could have cared about where wonder twins, but I passed. I must admit that it would have been a nice addition, but I can live without them; same thing with the rest of the Superfriends. Mattel once said they would include double articulation to "gymnastic" type characters. Isn´t Bronze Tiger a martial arts expert,but still sports the single jointed articulation?? When is Mattel planning to switch to a double jointed mold? This hurts figures like Arkham Batman, re-released Batman, and surely, Catman, possible 80´s Nightwing, YJ Robin. .
  16. I go with BBTS. I got affected with the CSC credit card fiasco, I asked THREE times to change my shipping address and THREE times I got problems with delivery. Ever since, not a problem with BBTS
  17. FAIL!. They don´t have Dark Knight movie masters quality, PAAASSSS!!!
  18. Oh, cool!!! How big is this thing? It will look nice in my room!!
  19. Predtaro? Predator? Yes, Predator :-) I don't mean to nitpick, I just wanted to make sure because that's the first I heard that the Predator was going to be 6 inches. Come to think of it, it would still be out of scale with normal 6" figures, wasn't the Predator 7 feet tall? Ya it´s cool man, just some finger slipping there. And about the scale, I think you´re correct: "Predtaro a.k.a Predator" has always been taller than average. I don´t own a NECA Predator but McFarlane´s movie maniacs Predator would be "in scale" with DCUC. Maybe it would be in scale if it was as tall as Martian Manhunter.
  20. Predtaro? Predator? Yes, Predator :-)
  21. Predtaro is going to be 160 mm...16 cm..around 6 inch, just like Ironman. Both figs I´m gonna get, hope to see more made (Thor, Cap America, Green Lantern...)
  22. The issue with Hot Toys is they only make movie and videogame figures.
  23. No, he´s 1/12 scale. Def gonna get it.
  24. I like the design, but it would have look completely badass if they kept the original costume. I´m fine when comic book costumes don´t translate that well into real life costumes, specially when the design includes underwear, but in the case of spider-man, it´s a costume that wouldn´t have needed to be drastically changed for a live action adaptation, cause it works in both comics and real life. I wish they kept the spider as it originally was. The suit explanation being so complex...mmmm...it´s a 2012 release, same as Avengers, maybe they will link it to Stark or somn. Dunno, just a theory.
  25. They are 12" in size. Here's a quick run-down of the common action figure scales: 1/6th scale = 12 inch figures like the big GIJOE, Sideshow and Hot Toys figures. 1 1/12th scale = 6 inch figures, like Marvel Legends, or DC Universe Collection. 1 1/18th scale = 3.74 to 4 inch figures, like the small GIJOEs, Marvel Universe, and DC Universe Infinite Heroes. Finally got it, thx man!
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