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So I own MS Thor, which is by far one of my favorite Thor action figure, but with the new ML release of Thor I'm wondering which is best. The MS seems to have better proportions and better detailling, but the ML might be of better scale to match with the rest of my legends and, of course, has better articulation. Kinda on the fence here. What do you guys think? Should I save my money for other figures?

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So I own MS Thor, which is by far one of my favorite Thor action figure, but with the new ML release of Thor I'm wondering which is best. The MS seems to have better proportions and better detailling, but the ML might be of better scale to match with the rest of my legends and, of course, has better articulation. Kinda on the fence here. What do you guys think? Should I save my money for other figures?

I agree, it depends on what figs your posing them with. I find, for the most part, a lot of my MS figs don't look good with ML figs. They seem too statuesque and look a little awkward next to them. As a matter of fact most MS figs even look awkward posed with other MS. They are quaility work and really are made to be posed by themselves. The new ML Thor is the best Thor by far and it just looks "right" with the rest of my collection.

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the truth is that ML, especially under Hasbro, has a serious scale issue.

The movie figs (example Iron-Man) seem to have one size and that seems to translate to nearly ALL Iron-Man related product. However, the Cap & Thor movie 6-inch figs seemed t be standard height.

 

The IM Legends version of Titanium Man was nice but he is too small, especially compared to the ML Thor.

In fact, if you compare the new ML Thor with the latest Loki figure from last year and the current HROML wave 2 versions of Thunderball and Piledriver, it seems that Thor and his opponents are set in their own world of size, while the rest of the new ML's seems "normal", outside of the aforementioned IronMan (in this case the Extremis armor), which is really small compared to everything else.

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