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  1. All right, here's what us mods know: -We know whose account it was. However, until JayC gets to the bottom of things, we aren't giving any names. -Because they weren't backed up, the threads can't be restored. -Have a nice day.
  2. Nice, but let's keep these things in the customs section.
  3. By changing their original format and do nothing but heavy hitters? I believe there was a post awhile back saying they were going to change their focus to bigger characters. Which is nice of them to say, but they still changed the format. I'd much rather see more obscure characters that would never show up in ML, like they did with Mephisto.
  4. I'd say either the movie figures or the face-off version. I would have said ML8, but the arms are WAY too scrawny for any human parts.
  5. By changing their original format and do nothing but heavy hitters?
  6. They didn't "take over" Toybiz. Toybiz was a subsidiary of Marvel, and Marvel didn't feel like investing any money in it anymore. Plus, with Toybiz, there was only one or too good marvel Lines (I'm branding the same scale as being the same line), with Hasbro, we have ML, Icons, SuperHero Squad, MU, Transformers, etc. Oh, and more talks about suicide will get posts deleted. You may think it's funny, but it isn't a joke. It sucks when someone close to you does it.
  7. He looks a bit cartoony, but I'll wait til I see some pics of the finished figure before I make my decision.
  8. Then your retarded. Say you were going to sell a game to your friend, but he would pay more for a different one. Would you still sell him the first one? It's simple business practice. Your retarded too. Read the news, then discuss. Wal*Mart and Target are two of the three biggest stores that sell toys. If your line isn't carried by either of them, then you're in a bad place. And yes, shelf space does matter. The more figures you can fit on a shelf, the more figures you can sell before re-ordering. Again, it's simple business sense. The fact is Marvel hasn't ha
  9. Then your retarded. Say you were going to sell a game to your friend, but he would pay more for a different one. Would you still sell him the first one? It's simple business practice. Your retarded too. Read the news, then discuss. Wal*Mart and Target are two of the three biggest stores that sell toys. If your line isn't carried by either of them, then you're in a bad place. And yes, shelf space does matter. The more figures you can fit on a shelf, the more figures you can sell before re-ordering. Again, it's simple business sense. The fact is Marvel hasn't ha
  10. Then your retarded. Say you were going to sell a game to your friend, but he would pay more for a different one. Would you still sell him the first one? It's simple business practice. Your retarded too. Read the news, then discuss. Wal*Mart and Target are two of the three biggest stores that sell toys. If your line isn't carried by either of them, then you're in a bad place. And yes, shelf space does matter. The more figures you can fit on a shelf, the more figures you can sell before re-ordering. Again, it's simple business sense. The fact is Marvel hasn't ha
  11. That'd be pretty cool, but the MS Thanos is close enough I wouldn't care either way. Ultron, on the other hand, needs redone. Winter Solider or Bucky as Cap. America would also be great. And you know what we really need? A new Magneto. Him and Toad are the only ones out the early ML who haven't been redone.
  12. I like the fact that a movie Wolverine finally has a torso joint, and that Beast looks great. I honestly don't get why people hate that Beast so much, since he was sculpted by Toybiz, he should fit in fairly well with movie figures. Not comic-styled MLs, but those are really two different things. I'll get it, if only to support the release of a 6" Deadpool of Sabretooth.
  13. He looks like he's based on those Classic comic images a few pages back. Not too shabby.
  14. The newer one, or the re-release? I think the newer one lacks them (along with thighs), so I plan on giving him the arms and legs of the re-release.
  15. I'm gonna go ahead and wait until ToyFair for any news on it.
  16. I may have to do a site to store for these, just to make sure I at least see them. Wait, were these uploaded today? Change is coming!
  17. I actually asked Mattel about this in a Q&A about a year or so ago. They said that even if both companies signed on for the idea, their licenses still wouldn't cover the Amalgram universe. They also said that the only way figures based on that universe can be produced is if Marvel or DC gave either Hasbro or Mattel the license.
  18. There is a wish-list thread. Post there.
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