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Spider-Man Marvel Legends Retro Collection J. Jonah Jameson 6" Figure Video Review And Images


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ShartimusPrime takes a look at the new Spider-Man Marvel Legends Retro Collection J. Jonah Jameson figure from Hasbro. You can purchase this figure from our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com.
 


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Excellent figure, can't wait to add him to my collection! I didn't actually realize that they kept the exact same head sculpt as came with the Chameleon figure (with white hair rather than gray). That seems kind of weak, but I'll still be happy to have it! Now we just need Aunt May, Robbie Robertson, Betty Brant....

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7 hours ago, Reno said:

Excellent figure, can't wait to add him to my collection! I didn't actually realize that they kept the exact same head sculpt as came with the Chameleon figure (with white hair rather than gray). That seems kind of weak, but I'll still be happy to have it! Now we just need Aunt May, Robbie Robertson, Betty Brant....

Agree, an Aunt May should be a must to complete the retro team. I am also looking forward to get this figure as well, hope it becomes available by Christmas overseas.

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37 minutes ago, Bluecomet said:

Agree, an Aunt May should be a must to complete the retro team. I am also looking forward to get this figure as well, hope it becomes available by Christmas overseas.

I wouldn't be rushing out for an Aunt May figure but it wouldn't be a bad idea

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12 minutes ago, leokearon said:

I wouldn't be rushing out for an Aunt May figure but it wouldn't be a bad idea

I guess so, I forgot how much I recently bought on these action figures 😄 I think I need a break...I was not intending to get the venompool wave but the carnage and BAF was so good to pass

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This is a good base use for the JJJ figure. Also points out how we need different "civilian" body types. The Hawkeye from Old Man Logan is a good example, and if they tweak the Hellfire Club members (longer pants of course) they're doing even better.

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Ok, now I really want to get that Desk from SM1 movie line, do I miss accessories like that tho, I'm not even ready to check ebay, prices will be crazy, at this Point I guess investing in 3d printer will be more financially wise decision than trying to get old accessories.  

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3 hours ago, SpiderS said:

Ok, now I really want to get that Desk from SM1 movie line, do I miss accessories like that tho, I'm not even ready to check ebay, prices will be crazy, at this Point I guess investing in 3d printer will be more financially wise decision than trying to get old accessories.  

Just makes me glad I saved all those diorama pieces and nic-nacs from the old MLs (including the desk and chair from movie Jonah).

Also, I'm not sure how many action figure accessories you'd have to crank out to make the purchase of a 3d printer a sound investment, but I'm pretty sure it'd be up there. Try dollar stores or arts and craft stores like Michael's or Hobby Lobby. They're a furniture goldmine for the DIY minded action figure outfitter . . . and you won't need a bank loan.

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4 hours ago, mako said:

Just makes me glad I saved all those diorama pieces and nic-nacs from the old MLs (including the desk and chair from movie Jonah).

Also, I'm not sure how many action figure accessories you'd have to crank out to make the purchase of a 3d printer a sound investment, but I'm pretty sure it'd be up there. Try dollar stores or arts and craft stores like Michael's or Hobby Lobby. They're a furniture goldmine for the DIY minded action figure outfitter . . . and you won't need a bank loan.

I would if I was in USA, not much stores like that down here in Republic of Georgia yet, I did find some cheap skeletons in 6 inch scale tho.  I do hope that eventually 3d printers will go down in price, maybe in 2030 we will be printing our own accessories and dioramas.

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On 12/21/2020 at 2:13 AM, leokearon said:

It's times like this I wish I had room for some Diorama

Tell me. 90% of my collection is stowed away in plastic bins. I just don't have the space for big elaborate displays.

Where do those guys you see on public television with these huge basements they fill with super-elaborate model train set ups get their real estate?

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5 hours ago, mako said:

Tell me. 90% of my collection is towed away in plastic bins. I just don't have the space for big elaborate displays.

Where do those guys you see on public television with these huge basements they fill with super-elaborate model train set ups get their real estate?

Yeah, mine are mostly in plastic bins as well and also includes my Transformers.

Also excellent question, maybe they have a huge mortage to pay off because of it

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