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  2. All the shows are part of the MCU, that's part of their appeal. The things is that the movies tend to ignore them given the timeframe between filming a TV show and filming a movie, meaning that lining up the continuity would be difficult.
  3. Legends Hand and Cobra red Ninja were delivered today. Articulated Icons is the better one IMO. The Cobra Ninja has a wide array of accessories that put the Hand to shame, but the Hand is bigger. Glad to have all three.
  4. The more I look at it, the less I like that alternate "calm" head. Just doesn't work for me. A happier face might be better. Even one with sunglasses or maybe with the hair done up and wearing eyeglasses like she's hulked out in court or something.
  5. I'm going to have to read this. I have always enjoyed the what if concept even though this topic feels overused.
  6. Jeff Loeb hated fiege. That's why he just used the mcu to create the TV series without consulting fiege, going over his head to the disney exec. Fiege basically had to treaten to quit because of this. Not just fiege loeb was said to be an ass anyway to alot of people. If fiege was allowed run both the TV series and movies from the start, they would have been no debate whether they were part of the mcu.
  7. I couldn't get the Obitsu stands to hold Sauron, but they held everything else I tried: Archangel, Gladiator, Magneto, etc.
  8. My understanding is that the Netflix shows, Cloak & Dagger, Agents of Shield Runaways, etc. were intended (softly) by Jeph Loeb to be part of the MCU, but when he was fired and Marvel TV was sort of absorbed by Kevin Feige, the door was left open for them not to be. Basically, at any point Feige can decide that any of them either is or isn't part of his narrative, as befits it best. So, whether Charlie Cox's Daredevil is part of the MCU is TBD, and his involvement in this movie doesn't necessarily answer the question in and of itself, since he could be coming in from a different part of th
  9. Not a novel concept, but I'll read it since it's written by Chip Zdarsky. Pasqual Ferry's art will be a good bonus.
  10. I don't have the War Machine figure yet, but I've used Obitsu Stands to support pretty hefty things, like a MK 46 Iron Man holding Homecoming Spider-Man, so I think as long as you work the art of balance, it should be okay.
  11. Does it really fulfill that purpose, though? I've only watched the Vision one but its basically a bunch of clips without very much context provided. imo the show could use a narrator along with the clips (perhaps Fury or Maria Hill or (my ideal choice) the Watcher). I'd be surprised if someone with no prior exposure to Vision would be able to make much sense out of the character from the Legends episode. You would probably come away understanding that he's a superhero robot who was in love with Wanda and then died. The bits with the Jarvis AI, Ultron and shooting down War Machine would p
  12. I'm def gonna check this out, even though we already had many what ifs on this topic it's still very marketable topic.
  13. Heavier figures like him I would go with a NECA flight stand, not as versatile as the Obitsu, but really sturdy since they're made for heavy 7" figures
  14. This April, writer Chip Zdarsky and artist Pasqual Ferry team up for a Spider-Man story like none other in SPIDER-MAN: SPIDER’S SHADOW. The critically acclaimed writer, currently wowing readers with his Eisner-nominated work on Daredevil, has crafted a thrilling saga that will explore Peter Parker’s dark side. Superstar artist Pasqual Ferry (The Mighty Thor) and colorist Matt Hollingsworth (Hawkeye) join him to bring to life one of the most ruthless Spider-Man stories Marvel Comics has ever told. Peter Parker once put on an alien suit that nearly destroyed his life – but what if he’d neve
  15. In this segment that we call Marvelous Toy Photo Of The Day, we spotlight awesome Toy Photography from some of the hottest photographers on the Internet today. For today we are spotlighting Photographer Nerdyeggroll and his photo titled "Feel The Burn". Marvel figures are available for purchase from our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com. "Feel The Burn" By Nerdyeggroll Be sure to give Nerdyeggroll a follow on Instagram and let him know what you think of his work in the comments below.
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  17. Oh, those look almost perfect, thanks! Any tips specifically for the new War Machine?
  18. I use the Obitsu Body Stands. They're slim, cheap and they're very versatile since you can change their length. The listing I bought them from in Amazon is out of stock, but this eBay listing here might be helpful since it also shows them in use.
  19. Personally, they hold my female figures great but struggle to support any of the male figures. Especially War Machine with all of his accessories. What are some other stands to use, that are fairly cheap? What are your general thoughts on the Pulse stands? Should Hasbro make a new one for the male figures? Maybe one that isn't massive
  20. It's something for people to watch so that they can understand a new show or movie without having to watch 50 hours (so far) of previous MCU content. My parents definitely don't know who Vision is, but they're interested in this big new flagship Disney+ show that's replaced Mandalorian; and even if they got a list of what movies Vision's in, they're not gonna watch 4 movies of homework (that they'll only partially understand because of the other interconnected storylines) when it's easier for them to just click over to whatever's the new big Netflix show that they can jump right into.
  21. Yeah cool, I will watch this, I was really disappointed however in that Legends show they had, I expected it to be in depth not just like 20 minutes of old movie clips. I liked the other show they had out 616 or whatever it was called, so if this is more like that then I'm happy.
  22. Marvel is really coming strong with these documentaries, their is quite a few releasing within the next several months. But this one seems more interesting.
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