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Hahaha to you doubters.

 

 

best news i heard all day. and i had a very crappy day.

 

 

^^^^ lol same im learning how to drive and i reversed around a roundabout and nearly caused a major accident lol :(

I'll be sure not to drive next to anyone who looks like a Storm fan and is a Leaner :P

I hope they get a bloody new Jean Grey! Or a better Emma...?

No Wolverine's or Ironman's, please. :P

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That'd be pretty cool, but the MS Thanos is close enough I wouldn't care either way. Ultron, on the other hand, needs redone. Winter Solider or Bucky as Cap. America would also be great. And you know what we really need? A new Magneto. Him and Toad are the only ones out the early ML who haven't been redone.

 

 

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i never thought the 6 inch line was dead i can wait to see what they bring out next im only hoping for a storm figures any costume i just need another storm fix lol.

 

i think some of the hell fire club, sauron, winter soldier, storm, jubilee.

 

only 9 days to go :D i cant wait

 

Dude, like 6 months ago I replaced everything you post with:

 

"Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm"

 

in my head.

 

That said, I think a modern storm would be cool.

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Only because it came from Jesse Falcon does this news possibly mean anything.

Hasbro has 3 years left and need to do something so Jesse probably told these guys to do something special or it was all for nothing. NYCC should tell us a lot, but I wont put my hopes up too high until i see the finished product first.

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Only because it came from Jesse Falcon does this news possibly mean anything.

Hasbro has 3 years left and need to do something so Jesse probably told these guys to do something special or it was all for nothing. NYCC should tell us a lot, but I wont put my hopes up too high until i see the finished product first.

 

I aggree im not gonna put my hopes up high yet, but atleast this is some good news, which im very happy to hear about.

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Hasbro has 3 years left and need to do something

 

You really think Hasbro's going to lose the license at the end of that three years?

 

I think a lot of folks are in for a rude awakening on that score...Marvel's been making far, far more money off of Hasbro than they ever did with Toy Biz. Look at the volume of Marvel-related toys on shelves beyond just Marvel Legends. I don't think anyone has ANY genuine evidence that Marvel is unhappy with Hasbro in any way, shape, or form, regardless of what happens with Marvel Legends. This license is almost certainly going to get extended or re-awarded with Hasbro...unless for some reason Hasbro doesn't want it.

 

I'm betting Marvel sank Toy Biz/Marvel Toys partially because they didn't want to be a mass retail toymaking company anymore. They're letting someone else handle that side of things so that they can concentrate on their shiny new movie studio. Besides, who's going to get the license if Hasbro loses it? Who's the better alternative? Toy Biz? Sorry to hurt peoples' feelings, but they don't really exist in any meaningful form anymore. Mattel? Wee bit of conflict of interest given that they're already in bed with Marvel's corporate rival. Who's left? More importantly, who's left that can still produce a decent level of quality and a strong level of distribution to mass retail outlets?

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Hasbro has 3 years left and need to do something

 

You really think Hasbro's going to lose the license at the end of that three years?

 

I think a lot of folks are in for a rude awakening on that score...Marvel's been making far, far more money off of Hasbro than they ever did with Toy Biz. Look at the volume of Marvel-related toys on shelves beyond just Marvel Legends. I don't think anyone has ANY genuine evidence that Marvel is unhappy with Hasbro in any way, shape, or form, regardless of what happens with Marvel Legends. This license is almost certainly going to get extended or re-awarded with Hasbro...unless for some reason Hasbro doesn't want it.

 

I'm betting Marvel sank Toy Biz/Marvel Toys partially because they didn't want to be a mass retail toymaking company anymore. They're letting someone else handle that side of things so that they can concentrate on their shiny new movie studio. Besides, who's going to get the license if Hasbro loses it? Who's the better alternative? Toy Biz? Sorry to hurt peoples' feelings, but they don't really exist in any meaningful form anymore. Mattel? Wee bit of conflict of interest given that they're already in bed with Marvel's corporate rival. Who's left? More importantly, who's left that can still produce a decent level of quality and a strong level of distribution to mass retail outlets?

 

 

i could not say it better but if some has to get then marvel select. my opinion.

 

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