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Hello all, managed to get my hands on this brand new Marvel Legends Emma Frost!

This is going to be a Walgreens Exclusive that should hit shelfs anytime now, but as the UK has no Walgreens I picked this up early!

Marvel Legends Emma Frost Action Figure Review:

http://youtu.be/DAJCXs3PFr0

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The eyes, or maybe it's just the blues of the eyes, look pretty far apart on that alternate head.

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Good review as always, Dan.  I'm not getting  why people are complaining about her cleavage complaints, she seems pretty amply endowed and it is a pretty risque outfit imo.  i do think that her torso is pretty awkward looking overall, however.  The head sculpts both look nice and good to see that she can stand even with the heels. I'm still planning to hold out for a white costume Emma, though.

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As usual Dan makes us jealous getting figures before everyone else

I think this figure looks excellent, I have no complaints about anything I see , I mean obviously the white classic outfit would be great but I actually love this outfit as well, and even if we got a white one first, I'd be hoping we got this Marvel Now look down the road

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It seems like a nice figure, but this is a purchase decision I'll be making in-store if and when I find this figure in the wild. I'm not sold just yet. I guess I haven't been exposed to that costume enough for it to appeal to me all that much. Definitely looking forward to a classic update.

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They did a Dr. Doom with her.

We finally get a figure of her and it's not the version most people want.

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I can't wait for this figure to be released.  Too bad Walgreens exclusives aren't as easy to come by as they use to be.   After the Surfer, Walgreens exclusives are harder to find in the wild.

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9 hours ago, Darth_Primus said:

I can't wait for this figure to be released.  Too bad Walgreens exclusives aren't as easy to come by as they use to be.   After the Surfer, Walgreens exclusives are harder to find in the wild.

If you're looking for Magik, there's 5 to 20 of them at every Walgreens in or around Philly, but, yeah, Mystique and Doom dried up much faster.

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13 hours ago, Benn said:

If you're looking for Magik, there's 5 to 20 of them at every Walgreens in or around Philly, but, yeah, Mystique and Doom dried up much faster.

Thanks for the looking out.  I was able to get Magik awhile back.

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