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  1. I don't get all of the people complaining about the Shang-Chi movie figures- they all look very well-done to me. The face-painting tech has gotten very good, and the sculpts all look great. Agreeing about the clothing texture- it all looks very well done. Just because someone doesn't collect MCU figures, it doesn't mean they should blindly hate on them. Personally, I'm really looking forward to this movie- it's another facet of The MCU that hasn't been explored yet, the part full of Eastern martial arts badassery.
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  2. Yeah, man. Old comics sure were subtle. Suuuper disguised. Almost invisible.
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  3. Shown below via LittleToysBiggerWorld are new in-hand images for the S.H. Figuarts Avengers movie Iron Man Mark 6 (Battle Of New York Edition), Captain America (Avengers Assemble Edition) and Thor (Avengers Assemble Edition) figures from Tamashii Nations. You can purchase these figures from our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com.
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  4. My guess it will. If you wanted to use the wings from the MS or this one then you would need to widen the whole on the back of the ML figure to make it work. Wouldnt be that hard but then the wings from the upcoming ML version probably wouldnt fit any longer. The question is will you buy 2 sets of figures from the Disney+ wave to have extra wings, or even 1 set if all you want are wings for your comic figure?
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  5. Oh man this is hard I guess I'll give it a try, not bothering past 90's 1960's : Clea 1970's : Werewolf By Night, Nekra 1980's : Meggan 1990's : Ghost Rider (Dan Ketch), Sleepwalker I Dunno I thought of a whole bunch 60's Sersi, Kazar, Crystal, 70's Marrina, Talisman, Tigra, N'Kantu, I coulda made a long list I guess,
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  6. I always paint with acrylics. For the yellow I used Citadel Paints: Flash gitz yellow mixed with Vallejo: Cold White. Just mix the two until it looks as close as possible to the yellow the figure is cast in. As for the black it was just Vallejo: Black. I suggest a really small brush for the eyes and mouth.
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  7. Seriously, this $#!% is annoying. It actually looks like everyone can see the reaction except for the person who receives it. The hell? It can't be that hard to tweak the rep system here so it works like it does over on the Toy News forums, right?
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  8. That image is from my very first X-Men comic (Uncanny #284). I used to love Whilce Portacio's art, but now... not so much. I still have a soft spot for that costume, though.
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  9. 1960's: Havok (Original Costume) 1970's: Sabretooth (Original Costume) 1980's: Longshot 1990's: Wolfsbane (X-Factor Uniform) 2000's: Hellion 2010's: America Chavez
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  10. So some where seemingly suggesting comics shouldnt and didnt address real life happenings. That it should just be mindless entertainment of super heroes beating up bad guys. I've never seen comics or many things we watch for entertainment in this genre being that in general, and shows like Star Trek have IMO very much bought about positive social change because of that, and again in many cases I think without some even realizing it. I can't speak to modern storylines as I dont read comics much any more mainly because IMO they are way to expensive. That being said if someone doesn't like h
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  11. In this segment called Marvelous Photo Of The Day, we spotlight awesome Toy Photography from some of the hottest photographers on the Internet today. For today we are spotlighting Photographer Aliska and their Photo titled "It's Good To Be King". You can purchase Marvel figures from our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com. "It's Good To Be King" By Aliska Be sure to give Aliska a follow on Instagram and let her know what you think of their work in the comments below.
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  12. I’m hoping that this gives us another shot at RiRi but in her Iron Heart MK III armor which is an awesome look.
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  13. I think it's cool that we get to see so many different views along the years in entertainment. We get to see how far we've come, and how much we've yet to grow as a civilization, or even just how much we've changed. Not even 10 years ago movies were still making fun of homosexuals and giving gay a negative connotation, is it good it's stopped? I like to think so. In any case, I think it's funny how riled up people get when they see that what they do and how they do it is hurting someone else and are asked to stop. It really does sound like whining to complain about "wokeness showing how
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  14. In the mirror? I'll see a straight cis white man. I have never been the victim of racism. Not once. That's the sort of privilege I enjoy as a white man in the US. Bigotry only has power when it comes from people who enjoy social privilege. One person hating people with a particular characteristic is a symptom of bigotry, not bigotry itself. I don't harbour bias against white people. I just pay attention, and listen to non-white people when they tell me how their lives are affected by my actions.
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  15. Marvel has always prided itself on being "The world outside your window." Ignoring social ills and political climates just so people can feel comfortable with themselves means it's no longer meeting that statement. Being able to "not pay attention to Politics" means you can ignore problems exist because you feel like they don't affect you (and indeed they might not...or you might even benefit from the status quo, even if you might not realize exactly how), and if you remain ignorant of a problem then you cannot be any real part of helping to solve the problem. Entertainment acro
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  16. To me that doesn't matter as I would never have him posed standing next to other characters for comparison; he would always be in flight, on his board, apart from the other figures, so that fraction of an inch difference wouldn't be noticed (by me, at least).
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