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  1. It's from the 6" Iron Man 2 Wal*Mart exclusive movie line.
  2. Classic Hydro-Armor Iron Man Classic Space Armor Iron Man Vault Guardsman (Army builder!) Blizzard with Spymaster running change Classic Living Laser with Serpent Crown (with solid or translucent variant) Crimson Dynamo (a larger version of the IM2 figure) with classic Ghost running change Classic/1st appearance War Machine (A larger version of the IM2 comic series figure)
  3. I currently have all of my Avengers teams on one shelf (Adjectiveless, New, Secret, and Dark, in addition to past members and allies). I might do that (Wish I had been able to get a second Black Widow). I could put him with Moon Knight, Astonishing X-Men Beast, Ant-Man, Nova, and War Machine, but it'd be very hard for me to wanna replace ML1 Cap, especially with Steve back in his Cap costume in the comics, which is where I feel he belongs. And I'll gladly take a Bleeding Edge armor, either to put in my armory or current adjectiveless Avengers display.
  4. Man, it's sure been a while since I was here last, so I figured I'd drop by with some thoughts on my favorite toyline: Klaw- So glad to be getting a Klaw. More classic villains always make me happy. I'm not sure where to put him in my display, whether it's with my Fantastic Four villains battling the Fantastic Four or battling Black Panther in my Avengers display. Hope Summers- I have little to no interest in Hope, but that doesn't mean I won't take her. I'll gladly put her in my X-Men display. It'd be cool to get a baby Hope pack in. Constrictor- As said with Klaw, I love getting cl
  5. Here's an update: http://www.actionfigurepics.com/2009/06/ha...ans-choice-news
  6. Best Marvel Legends, Male: Black Costume Spider-Man I wanted this figure from the moment I saw it. I especially love the head sculpt and paint job (The blue highlights). My only complaint is that he needed more articulation. He looks great with my New Avengers display. Best Marvel Legends, Female: Spiral (Regular) I was somewhat surprised when I found out we were getting her, but I'm sure glad we did. I love the articulation (Could've used a bicep swivel and double knee joints, but I digress), paint job, and the swords (Could've used a few more), sculpt, as well as the removable helme
  7. I know he's not a choice, but Mr.Sinister seems to work well.
  8. Mine would have to be the time I paid about $4-$5 for the Gold First Appearance Iron Man chase figure from the Mojo Series. Toy Biz had just ended their incredible run with the Marvel Legends and all of the figures' prices were cut in half at my local KB Toys to make way for the Hasbro Marvel Legends. Oh, and then there was the time I picked up the Green Goblin, Loki, and Abomination chase figures for a total of about $25-$30 at KB Toys. And those 4 previously mentioned figures are just a small sample of the many good deals I've made when it comes to collecting Marvel Legends at stores. Don't
  9. I finally completed my Ares BAF yesterday. Here's my review... Crossbones (9.5/10): This figure is probably the best in the whole series. Thanks to Toy Biz, we have a nice range of articulation and sculpt. I also have to give Hasbro credit for their clever re-use of the Hulkling sculpt. All it took was a vest and new head and hands. This figure would've gotten a perfect ten had it been given non-HYDRA guns and if they actually fit in his hands. My only other complaint on this figure is the paint on his mask being a little uneven, but with a figure this cool, I can certainly overlook this
  10. Here's a review and pics of the entire wave (Minus Black Wolverine, but who cares about him, really?): http://www.aftimes.com/aslu/slu.shtml
  11. Someone over at the Fwoosh forums found Spiral, Adam Warlock, and Black Costume Spider-Man (Whom, I might add, looks totally awesome!): http://www.thefwoosh.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=52624
  12. It is a complete set of single card figures. Thanks! I'll be sure to order a set, then.
  13. I have a couple questions about the Fin Fang Foom box set: 1. Are all of the figures packaged in there like the Toy Biz box sets, or did they simply take all of the figures in their single carded boxes and place all eight of them in there? 2. Is Fin Fang Foom pre-assembled inside or do you have to open all eight of the packages to build him like you normally would? 3. Is there anything else that comes with it?
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