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  1. Man, I like those. Banshee's open collar looks good. I hope his wings are more like the OG Hasbro Banshee and less like Siryn's. Storm looks good. A lay-up figure. Wolverine is Wolverine. That version depicts him as the hairy fireplug he's supposed to be. I'm glad I can get my hands on Stryfe, and others can finally get Longshot. I really like that version of Pretty Boy. They did a great job on these.
  2. I’m super excited about the X-Men figures. I definitely want those yellow and blue costume figures. I really like that Wolverine. Has anyone noticed any differences between this Stryfe and the new one? I’m undecided on Multiple Man. He’s kind of surprising to me. Has he worn that costume recently? Does this work toward completing the Phoenix era stuff? Avalanche is a must. I’m glad these are in the classic lineup so no BAF.
  3. Nice pictures! I like the speeding Northstar. Keep 'em coming!
  4. Yeah, no prob. That's the spirit of the thread, I suppose. Nice box set.
  5. I don't know what any of these look like except Secret Wars Wasp and Triathlon. I always wanted him for the Post-Heroes Reborn era. He was a cool, regular-guy super hero.
  6. That one would probably do pretty well. Some neat Spider-Man alternate costumes. The Iron Spider design is really cool.
  7. I see. Thanks for the explanation. I think back to the X-Men line that featured Patch, Dazzler, Iceman, and X-Factor Cyclops. That one had to be mostly a filler wave, but it gave us really good versions of characters that I think were fairly popular.
  8. Thanks for your post, and for getting into the spirit of the thread. If I may interact with your post, is there a version of Spider-Man that has not yet been done that could be squeezed into your line? Obviously it’s not that our ideas ever would see fruition, but with a Spider-Man, I think it is more likely that yours could!
  9. Sure. I'm not hip to the lingo. Does filler carry a negative connotation?
  10. This thread is inspired by the recent Wolverine 5-pack that used easy repaints to give us new figures. What is the best line that could be released that would only require Hasbro to repaint an existing figure and maybe mold a new head sculpt? Vertigo - Could probably be made from any medium female body style. It should be an easy repaint and would require a headsculpt. Archangel - 90's blue and white costume with blue skin and long hair. Could be made from the previous Archangel figure. Rogue - First appearance green and white hooded costume repainted from the recent 2-pack version with better headsculpts. I'd want an accurate early version and a 90's Bachalo-esque version. Wolverine - Fang. Obligatory. Should be easy. I'm not sure how easy the bone and tooth belts would be, but they could be as simple as rubber bands like the infamous Jim Lee Cyclops. Havok - Mutant X or Dark Beast Minion. Repaint the new Havok with a new head sculpt. Would need belts or shoulder straps. Zero - Super cheap and easy repaint. Stryfe - The aftermarket shows high demand for this figure. I'm not sure if it needs any improvments. BAF Ch'od - In my limited research, it looks like he and Abomination are very similar. Could be as easy as a repaint, and packing in that little white bird thing. What do you all think? Would you buy this line? What is the easiest retool lineup you can come up with?
  11. That is awesome. Just really cool. That gun is neat. One of the better cartoon homage figures.
  12. That's great. A Deadpool variant worth the plastic. Good work!
  13. Oh, for sure. Age of Apocalypse Sabertooth for example. I am very happy when the Toybiz version is “good enough” to help me save money, though.
  14. I don’t get the hate for ball joints. I remember as a kid collecting the five inch figures, ball joints were the best. I will grant that not all of the Toybiz figures had perfectly proportioned shoulder or hip ball joints, but neither were they all terrible. Hasbro has definitely made some improvements, though. No hate for the current products.
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