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mako

Member Since 23 Feb 2005
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In Topic: All-New, All-Ages Comic Book Series Marvel Super Hero Adventures Coming This...

19 January 2018 - 08:21 AM

Ah, Marvel. Your hearts are in the right place... , but your dumb as 10 pounds of mud.

 

You claim you're making an "All Ages" book, but fill it with the same old "Superhero Squad" squishy bodied, big headed puerile humor for 3 year-olds garbage you always do. Meanwhile, your mainline books are still suffering under all the SJW, sexually deviant, toilet humor, shoot guys in the face BS that you've been pushing for the last couple years.

 

Here's a wild and crazy notion. Make all your books "For All Ages!" And by that I mean the kind of stories and art you used to publish back in the late '70s-late '80s, you know... , back when adults AND kids could read comics because you still knew what you were doing.


In Topic: Toys - r -us new Days of Future Past set

16 January 2018 - 10:21 AM

I was gonna argue the point, but you're absolutely right. I have to concede to my own argument. Just having the name "New Mutants" attached to a mainstream theatrical feature will elevate their "name value."

 

As for Strong Guy... , bring him on! There's ALWAYS room for: A) A big honkin' BAF ready bruiser, and B) A new Marvel Legends X-figure NOT based on Wolverine, Cyclops, or Deadpool. Just make sure he's in a wave with Forge, Quicksilver and Wolfsbane (I'm building X-Factor and am NOT a patient man).


In Topic: Custom Blade (how difficult)

16 January 2018 - 09:57 AM

Tough call. Since you're talking about removing the WHOLE ARM, the "boil and pop" method probably won't work at all. Depending on the shoulder construction, removing an entire arm usually means cracking open the whole upper torso.

 

 


In Topic: Toys - r -us new Days of Future Past set

15 January 2018 - 11:32 AM

I actually meant projects coming in the immediate future (and I'm not counting New Mutants at all). In any case, my point was anything that gets your property out there in the mainstream, where people are reading, watching, or talking about it raises its value in the estimation of bean-counters. Hence, they'll be more likely to kick in the extra scratch for new tooling on an action figure.


In Topic: Toys - r -us new Days of Future Past set

15 January 2018 - 08:40 AM

The Disney/Fox merger has done wonders for X-brand recognition, a new X-Men movie is coming in the near future (two if you count Deadpool 2), and there's a successful LA series on the tube.

 

Recognition equals value, value equals investment, so I gotta say, I can see Hasbro dedicating the capital to make a new Sentinel tool, especially as the MU version we're all talking about is saddled with an electronics package. Add in a repack figure like OML and the price for manufacture looks better and better.

 

Who knows, we MAY just get a new Sentinel this year.


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