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  2. One of the few I can grab of marvel legends coming out. Im glad I preordered him on amazon along with Vulture from the demo wave. Been wanting a better Doom for forever and have only had the toybiz one which is very out of date. I do love the TB doom bot option tho. Wish this one had some form of that with it.
  3. When the wave was announced I was thinking I will be getting only the Dr. Doom, as I already have my Walgreens Fantastic 4. Now, looking at the reviews, I'm totally psyched to get the whole wave. And yes, this Dr.Doom looks amazing. Can't wait to get it in my hands. I'm only afraid that because it looks so good, I wont be able to find it till February.
  4. The first run usually comes only in assortments, but by the second or third run every figure can be purchased in single-figure cases. Hasbro operates almost entirely on a preorder-based made-to-order basis, so the popular figures that can sustain a lot more solo cases end up being produced in much higher quantities in the long run, even if they seem rarer for most or all of their production life. For instance, a case of retro X-Men came with 1 Cyclops, 1 Dazzler, 1 Iceman, 1 Silver Samurai, 1 Storm, and 1 Wolverine. A solo Storm case comes with 6 Storms. Some distributors will sell figures individually to stores once they get in the single-figure cases, so I could order 2 Storms, or 14, or whatever else, but most continue to sell them only by the case, so I'd have to order them in multiples of 6 to then break up and sell individually in-store. Regular waves normally come in cases of 8 with one or two figures double-packed. In those instances, the single-figure cases instead come packed with 8 copies. Hasbro keeps doing production runs until distributors stop ordering them (which means either that stores have stopped ordering them, or that distributors have simply stopped soliciting orders; in neither case does it necessarily mean consumer demand has dried up). Rarely, Hasbro will bring a figure back into production that had previously been discontinued, which is what happened with Mysterio, but there's no pattern to that. It was probably just a perfect storm of fans asking for it and Far From Home being in the pipeline.
  5. Yes that's no accident....o'l Boris actually was incredibly big. He had genetic experiments done to him in order to fit the huge armor. In fact I think I read, for a time, BLACK WIDOW was one of his KGB combat instructors....
  6. I actually remember reading exact same thing on marvelous news. I also remember comics Mysterio single case existing and then being cancelled, but again I never read any clear details.
  7. apparently this is a "thing" and I believe it's based on sales, if a figure has high sales and seems determined to sell more once a wave has run it's course they re-release cases of said figure, I dunno the actual truth however, I heard this awhile back, and it seems there is some evidence with high demand out of stock figures randomly coming back for a second round, but not all of them this happens for, I remember hearing awhile back that Hasbro was going to allow retailers to order mixed cases of figures they picked specifically but this seems to have not come to actuality truth is I really don't know, we probably need the voice of someone who works in a actual store and orders figures for stores etc
  8. Seems like most of you really got like all of the characters , so I'm going to try to go more obscure or different here, no Steve here, and more chicks Captain America Wave Captain America 2099 (no BAF piece) Falcon (Legacy) Scourge (Jack Monroe) Vagabond Super Patriot (Mike Farrell) Superia Free Spirit BAF = Doughboy *edit realized someone already put the Legacy/Modern Falcon on a list, but whatever
  9. got the Bro Thor wave Valkyrie today, I thought I wasn't going to buy any more ML before christmas but I saw her and I couldn't pass her up since, I never had seen her yet, she looks damn amazing in hand, it really made me re-think my choice for best MCU female of the year
  10. I'm an Iron Man fan, but I've always disliked the retro look for Titanium Man. With those round eyes he looks like a friedly robot with the body of a metalized Hulk, like the armor equivalent of a baby-faced body-builder. So I'm on the side that wants a late-1980s-to-2000s Titanium Man (basically, a redo of the 2011 Titanium Man figure).
  11. Okay, based on the muscle movements around the mouth, the first writer is totally Al Ewing, so this looks to be his rumored Hulkling-centric Kree/Skrull event. I'm sold. (and inb4 "waaah waaah waaaaaah")
  12. Does anyone know how single figure re-orders for retailers are determined? The one that comes to mind is the comic-style Mysterio... people couldn’t find it when the wave was released but then every online retailer got it available as a single figure to order months later. I know there have been some others like this but I can’t remember off hand. Is this a decision made by Hasbro based on sales? Do retailers have the opportunity to request additional production of an individual figure? If this isn’t actually a thing that happens and I’m totally remembering incorrectly then let me know!
  13. The comic inspired Wolverine figure from Sideshow features a head sculpt with a stern expression beneath his yellow and black finned cowl. Wolverine’s costume includes a yellow fabric bodysuit with black stripes, a set of blue fabric briefs, and a red fabric belt with an ‘X’ buckle. His classic costume also has sculpted elements like distressed blue shoulder armor as well as blue and black gauntlets and two-part boots. The Wolverine Sixth Scale Figure features a number of swap-out elements allowing you to perfect his powerful pose in your Marvel collection. Logan comes with a pair of fists and a pair of action hands, which can both be fitted with the swappable hand plate with his Adamantium claws and the hand plate without claws. For further configurations, the Wolverine Sixth Scale Figure includes three sets of muscular, swappable arms- a pair of articulated arms, a pair of non-articulated bent arms, and a pair of non-articulated straight arms. Unleash this iconic Marvel hero’s full fury with this variety of vicious accessories and display options. You can pre-order this figure from our sponsor at BigBadToyStore.com. The figure includes the following: Pair of sculpted shoulder armor Pair of sculpted gauntlets Pair of fists Pair of action hands Pair of swappable hand plates without claws Pair of swappable hand plates with metal claws Pair of two-part boots Pair of swappable articulated arms Pair of swappable non-articulated straight arms Pair of swappable non-articulated bent arms
  14. Marvel’s earth-shattering event of 2020 arrives this April … and it all starts with INCOMING, on sale December 26th.
  15. That's the Titanium Man I think everyone wants, so of course, they'll totally pic some short lived one-off type appearance version and leave us here with nothing but this picture to salivate over.
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  17. Yes, I had no intention of buying this faux Doom/Iron Man because I knew the real thing was coming down the pipe. I'm glad he's finally here. I will say that looking at the pics, I was concerned that the tunic (especially when you compare how long it is; longer than the comics usually show it and certainly longer than the previous Hasbro version) would hamper leg movement, but they cut a seam in there and it looks great. I think they heard us! Also like the jet pack underneath the cloak; if they had a head where you could take the faceplate off to reveal the hideous visage behind it, even better. Dr Doom has always been, to me, Marvel's greatest super villain. And when Star Wars came out I couldn't help but notice the similarities- brilliant powerful psychopaths who wear armor, are scarred, and total bad a$$es....
  18. I don't remember how or why but Titanium Man was the 1st iron man villian I knew of, those pics hit me over the head with nostolgia
  19. Russian scientists roided him up big time so he did grow in hgt & stature to close to 8-9ft tall.
  20. Yeah, I could definitely see OG Titanium Man as a BAF. Though that second picture is crazy...was the guy in the suit an actual giant because that head is HUGE.
  21. I Skipped Iron-Doom and I love my decision. This new Doom is an absolute good. Will I build a doom army? You're darn right I will. Best figure of 2020, unless I get it in 2019.
  22. I'm glad that Doctor Doom is Iron Man-adjacent enough so I have an excuse to get it, because this figure looks too good to pass up.
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