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  1. Ah yea, that right. still doesn't make sense, since we have this.
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  2. I'm kind of bummed that Storm is just part of a two-pack, since I was hoping there'd be a bigger "Giant Sized X-Men" set with a new (much-needed) Banshee. Still, if they were going to put her in a 2-pack with somebody, Thunderbird is definitely the best choice, as he is MUCH needed. With all due respect, it isn't "off-topic" to criticize body part choices. Would it be off-topic to criticize the two weirdly-skinny, giraffe-necked comic Ant-Man figures we got as Walgreen's exclusive and "Retro" figures? This Storm just looks odd- the torso looks like it is from a completely different figur
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  3. Oh for the love of.....................that was not Thunderbird. that was Warpath, Thunderbird's younger, yet bigger brother. Warpath is coming in the Deadpool wave with Sunspot.
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  4. I for one would LOVE a classic angel and Crimson Dynamo!! I'd like Rhino with an unmasked unscary screaming head...just a mean look is good.
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  5. I doubt I can really add much to this discussion that wasn't already articulated incredibly well by LandoTucker, but these sorts of comments are really getting out of control, and read like you don't even understand the viewpoint of the people you're decrying. Nobody in the world is offended by female curviness. That argument couldn't be more disingenuous. Disney, Marvel, and Hasbro's response to the very real criticism that every woman in the 90s was depicted as extremely (and sometimes impossibly) curvy has been to actually illustrate and sculpt a wide variety of body-shapes. There is n
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  6. Looks fine to me. Perfect, actually & 100% comic accurate. Maybe you're not a student of X-Men comics before 1991, but look at the cover of Giant-Size X-Men #1 (1975). Or Art Adams' magnificent (and still definitive) covers, annual & guest artist work for Classic X-Men & UXM (1985 onwards). Or Paul Smith's work on UXM in the early 1980's. Or John Romita Jr's work on UXM (first run). So, I'm seeing Jay C's reveals, and I'm thinking 'Holy sh!t! This is just amazing. Another 30 figures I need! ' It's great! But, Reading the comments...not for all: the big takeaway from at least
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  7. Or, thank progress. Women can look like whatever they want but not for your gaze. Looks like only your feelings are getting hurt.
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  8. My first custom, paint needs some touching up, not sure about the cape yet, but I'm pretty proud of it. I'm open to any tips and critiques anyone might have!
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  9. So, while I love the Walgreens exclusive Magik, I wanted one in a larger scale with the costume worn by Dani, Wolfsbane and Kharma. This was actually quite a simple modification - Walgreens New Mutants Buck, Alternate Emma Frost head (with Magik's hair), Angela upper arm, Songbird forearm, Magik fist, Magik sword and effects. Little bit of paint and there ya go!
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  10. Old Xorn/Magneto head, Hawkeye/Ronin body, Scourge lower arms and lower legs, Dr Strange hands. Thanks for looking:)
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