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  1. $300 for a Cookie Monster stuffed animal? I would have preferred an actual puppet. This just seems like a higher quality version of something you could win at a carnival, but if it were a real replica, you could make it come to life like they do on the show. I'll be really shocked if this gets backed.
  2. I saw all of these at my Target last night. They look really cool, but I'm not collecting them. I only buy comic/cartoon accurate or movie accurate Joes.
  3. I picked this up at Best Buy today. The figure is more worth it than the movie. I thought the beginning was a bit rushed, and I thought that Hal would have discovered Abin Sur, rather than being dragged to him in a test-flight-pod. I kind of wanted to see how awesome Hal was before the ring picked him with some kind of actual piloting or something, anything. The rest was interesting, had some nice twists, nice gory battles, but the dialogue was on par with that of George Lucas, and what do the Green Lanterns do with Sinestro after they beat him?! Um, closure? I thought they could have done a lot more with this film than they did. They always seemed to stop short of what I wanted and there were very few "Wow" moments for me. I liked the Wonder Woman movie a whole lot better.
  4. Too bad one of them is sold out already though. So much for buying a full set!
  5. Are you guys talking about those poorly painted TDK mini-statues that you could buy for like $9.99 when you bought the DVD? Those were junk, and while this doesn't look too much better, it actually looks like a repaint of the DCIH Wonder Woman which, if it is, is nothing like the Frontier's Green Lantern mini-statue.
  6. Yeah...because those figures look just like the picture art on the box. Bravo, Hasbro. Bravo, once again. Seriously, this set looks like a knock-off. Between this and that new Wolverine 2-pack with Beast we've seen, Hasbro's new style seems to be to make everything look like a knock-off.
  7. I hope they re-make Bob! Joker will need someone to shoot.
  8. I agree that the movies weren't great, but the costume designs were cool (with the exception of nipples). I would love to see this version of Mr. Freeze in the Movie Masters line. They could even use clear blue plastic to give us that blue glow. I think it would be cool. I think other figures should be first, but to this I say, why not?
  9. I am looking forward to comparison pictures with the older releases to really compare and see if these new figures are at all worth it. They seem more like the cartoon designs, and as a fan of the cartoon, I like that, but don't like re-buying figures constantly. I will wait and see.
  10. This seems like it would make a great Savage Land (P.S. We still need a new Sauron figure) playset for the new Hasbro Marvel Universe 3 3/4" figures or the old Toy Biz Legends Showdown figures. Any pics of G.I. Joes or Marvel Legends Showdown with this playset?
  11. Considering how bad the new film was, it's no surprise the toy line is suffering as a result.
  12. What line is that little wrestling guy from? Anyone have pics of these with that huge Narnia: Prince Caspian Castle or related figures?
  13. I like to be a completist, but I stopped collecting Star Wars a long while back because there was just too much merchandise to keep up with. Too many repaints, too many impossible exclusives, too many multi-packs where you'd have to buy five figures you already had just to buy the one new one you want. It just gets really annoying. The new sculpts and articulation of the 25th Anniversary G.I. Joes got me collecting Joes for the first time in my life, but Hasbro is doing the same thing with these. I returned all my Toys R Us exclusive multi-packs and will now only consider buying the single carded figures if, by some miracle, I happen to wander across them, which isn't likely with the availability of these figures. I think Toy Biz and Mattel are much better about what product they release. Their lines are actually manageable to collect completely.
  14. I don't mind the re-use of bodies, but seeing the underwear line on characters like Batman Beyond, Captain Atom, The Atom, Black Lightning, Eradicator, etc. just kind of seems lazy. For all these characters and more, we couldn't get a set of thighs without this underwear line? I mean, I guess at least it's not that noticeable, but attention to detail counts.
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