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  1. So we've got 6 of the 7, with Superman coming soon enough (sooner if you got the box set). We've also got two of the new JLA coming, the new Green Lantern Baz and Green Arrow. Hopefully Martian Manhunter and Savage Hawkman will follow. Back to the Justice League, they should now do a Big 7 villian wave (even wrap up the end of the year with a similar box set). Only problem I have is who are the seven villians? Batman - Have to go with the New 52 Joker here. HUGE storyline around him right now, and while he may not be in the Justice League comic, he is the ultimate Bat-villian. Aqu
  2. Figure looks great, and I'm digging the new show on the CW. This figure will look great with the New 52 group. Would really like to see Batgirl, Hawkman, Mera and Grifter added, as well as some bad guys (preferably not in the $90 range too).
  3. On the fence for the Green Arrow figure. Love the figure itself, but I stopped with the book simply because it just wasn't Ollie to me. I hope the figures are the same scale as the New 52 Justice League (and by figures I mean that new GL, Baz, and this particular one). That will probably seal the deal for me, at least for Green Arrow (just not warming up to Baz...do we really need a fifth GL?). If the lines are the same (and I think they probably are), then I hope they add Hawkman (verly likely since Baz & Green Arrow will be done already, and all three are in the new Justice League o
  4. Seems the Mego-style of figures are making a big comeback. We saw a complete line of Star Trek, and now Star Trek: TNG ones are hitting shelves. One of the most recent ones to hit was the Steve Austin / Six Million Dollar Man figure from Big Bang Pow. For nostalgia reasons alone, I had to pick this guy up. For the most part, I love it. The red jumpsuit, the bionic arm and legs. My only complaint was that I thought the head sculpt was a little off. I didn't feel it quite got the Lee Majors look down, but, in the end, I just couldn't resist. Big Foot also came out, and I haven't decided if I wan
  5. Yeah, every year we see a few at the Hallmark store. I saw 3 Avengers (Thor/Cap/Iron Man), Green Lantern, Batman, Spider-Man, Catwoman & Lion-O. Mediocre sculpts, and the same heroes over and over year after year. Years ago Disney (hello Marvel!) had these cool boxes that were shaped like a hardcover book, and had 5-7 well-sculpted characters from a Disney movie. Let's take that idea and make the same boxes in comic display with 5 well-sculpted characters who, when you place a Christmas light in some of them, light-up. X-Men Set: Wolverine, Colossus, Rogue, Angel (on top of the tre
  6. Since we saw 8 in Wave 1, I'll toss out 8 I would love to see in the "hopeful" Wave 2: 1. Barney Rubble 2. Huckleberry Hound (he got the 6 inch treatment, now let's see the 3 inch version) 3. Wally Gator 4. Dy-no-mutt 5. George Jetson 6. Muttley 7. Snagglepuss 8. Hong Kong Phooey (see Huckleberry Hound) A six inch Grape Ape (or, even better, if it were a little bigger) would go great in this line as well. I would also suggest maybe 2-packs of smaller characters, since there are numerous ones who should be about half the size of the 3 inch characters (or smaller), including P
  7. Took advantage of that sale as well, and got Captain Caveman & Secret Squirrel. Now I really want to know who will make the Wave 2 cut, and when!
  8. Really love that Flinstones car, as well as Pebbles & Bam Bam. Did a little hunting online, and here's what I found. Captain Caveman seems to be out. He's the small 3 inch version from Jazwares, and some guy on ebay had 4 to sell from California. Saw on Entertainment Earth two more of the 6 inch figures coming soon: Fred Flintstone with bowling ball and Tom. These two are the same size as Huckleberry Hound and Hong Kong Phooey. Again on ebay, saw someone selling a 6 inch Fred, so I guess he's out now as well. Ironically, seems another company is also putting out a Hanna-Ba
  9. Got Rosie & Tom (yep, I caved) at a Toys R Us in NJ for $6.99 each. Tom is perfect, but Rosie, while on moving wheels, is a bit tough to stand up on her own. I'll have to figure something out for that. Looking forward to Captain Caveman and Secret Squirrel.
  10. Wow. I would have been happy if 6 people READ the review, but comments as well? Gives me a lot of hope for the line, or should I say lines? Two things: 1. Yes, I said lines. Hong Kong Phooey, Space Ghost & Huckleberry Hound are from the same company, but a different line. They are in the 8 to 12 inch range. Very cool looking, and great sculpts. I was tempted, and am still on the fence for these, but, for me, the problem is space. 50 3-4 inch figures (a guy can dream) is still much easier to display than 50 8-12 inch figures. The larger ones would virtually take up a whole display case,
  11. So Jazwares has decided to put out a line of Hanna-Barbera figures. The figures are 3-4 inches tall, and fully poseable with multiple-points of articulation. Wave 1 consists of two from the The Flintstones (Fred & Dino), Yogi Bear, Rosie the Robot (from The Jetsons), and Tom & Jerry. What I like: The line itself is a great idea. Classic animated friends brought back to the toy aisles. Along with characters from the aforementioned Wave 1, the back package has two indications we'll see more. One being the logos, including the addition of Captain Caveman and Secret Squirrel, and
  12. Flash? The back of the Aquaman & GL say August, but I'm not holding my breath..
  13. Who in their right mind would launch a new line with a convention-only exclusive?
  14. Anyone know when these are coming out? Thought it was June 2012, but with the 27th now behind us, that didn't happen.
  15. HUSH Batman was better. The good: Desperately looking for a positive...well, they do plan on making all 7. The bad: No base or accessories. Had to weed through many to find one with decent paint apps. The flesh color around the cowl was sloppy, and there were black specs on the arms. The ugly: $19.99! Really? For the same price I got a Marvel Select Hulk which was at least four times the size, had better paint apps AND came with a base. This felt like a $5.00 figure for $20.00. Final analysis: Green Lantern and Aquaman (and the rest) better a) knock our socks off, and be in-sc
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