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  1. Maybe not. I'm just remembering how excited I was when the characters that were in the comics when I was reading them started showing up in the old TB 5" line. Do you like Deadpool comics?
  2. Yeah. It's really my own fault for not following the comics anymore. If I did, maybe I'd be changing my underwear after finding out about Shiklah. As it is, I'm stuck in 1992. Oh well, I still think this could be a great year for Legends as long as the coronavirus doesn't mess things up.
  3. Yeah, it's not that bad waiting, or trying to find it on eBay. It's just too bad to have to do that. It would be better if all the figures in a wave were home runs for everyone. And it's bad for everyone involved when there are peg-warmers.
  4. I'd be all for a superpower effect. That's one of the cool things about Hasbro these days is they are making really cool add-ins. Would it have to be permanently attached to his screaming head?
  5. You are correct, no one I should forcing me to buy them. I did not intend to sound like a whiny victim. It was a figure of speech. It’s funny that’s out of a sympathetic and positive post, you were able to find something to critique. Hasbro has a good problem trying to keep a diverse fan base happy, and they are doing an a good job picking BAFs if people feel the pinch between buying a figure they don’t like, or going to the secondary market.
  6. I appreciate the difficult situation Hasbro and Marvel are in trying to please young and old fans. How many of us are clamoring for thirty or forty year old characters? When I was young I didn't like the 70's or 80's figures as much because I really hadn't seen them. It's too bad to have to buy something one doesn't want, but a broad market is a good problem for Hasbro to have, but the diversity means someone is always going to be unhappy.
  7. Good question. I would lean toward his green and yellow costume. Maybe with a couple of different hair styles, classic and modern, and a screaming one. I'd prefer those, and a flight stand, to sonic effects.
  8. Hm. I hadn't considered those issues. Hopefully the final product looks good.
  9. The X-Men two packs sound cool, if true. I would prefer Rogue were first appearance rather than pseudo-modern. Pyro could be interesting. I'd really like that Storm and Thunderbird pack though.
  10. Hasbro doesn't seem to care about balance among the AoA titles, but this lineup would feature major, cool looking characters, one from each title in which they were major players. It completes significant rivalries and pairs. If they left off with two AoA waves, I think I would be content. I'm excited! Amazing: Magneto, Storm Astonishing: Rogue X-Calibre: Nightcrawler Weapon X: Havok Generation Next: Colossus BAF Gambit and the Externals: Gambit Factor X: Cyclops X-Man: Sinister *Edit: I forgot Sabertooth. I know he's important to finishing the Astonishing roster and pairs with Wild Child. I'd be willing to wait for wave 3. 😉
  11. That would be a crafty way to do it. Pack in a Domino head, maybe?
  12. Is there any other Marvel or X-Men character that has a flight suit anywhere resembling what Maddie wore before Inferno? Maybe they could do a three-in-one set.
  13. I recently read through from Inferno to X-Cutioner's Song. I don't hate 90's X-Men, but I miss Claremont. That era was very enjoyable. The issue in which aliens attack Australia is hilarious. I'm glad to have added a few figures from that stretch.
  14. Is that all it would take to make Thunderbird? I was wondering if he would be an easy stand-in. I agree that they really hit a lot of check boxes with this presentation. Last year was exciting, and this year will be too!
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