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  1. FlyingFigg

    Old Marvel Legends list

    Yep. I call shenanigans too. the list was very X-men heavy listing what seems like every unmade X-man character (not that I would have complained). Almost no Wolverines, Hulks, Spideys or repaints. That's not how Hasbro does buisness!
  2. FlyingFigg

    The results are (finally) in!!!

    Count me among those who are disapointed with the repeat characters as I already had them. Call me shelfish but I wanted characters that had yet to be produced. I am sad (and shelfish apparantley.....) I really wanted that Warpath, oh well here's hoping!
  3. FlyingFigg

    Fan Poll 2007

    Silver sam just becasue Northstar has to have an Aurora to accompany him. I'd rather pick them all. Gambit not so much as we have a more iconic look for him already, but I'd still buy it. I loves me some X-men figures. Make them! Make them now!
  4. FlyingFigg

    The future of Marvel Legends

    I also think (hope) they'll keep going. They've slowed down which is fine, but I very much doubt they're alltogether finished.
  5. FlyingFigg

    Any Point?

    Um. How could Hasbro have let you and other English customers down when its English retailers that determine whether or not the products are sold in their stores? If they do not place orders with Hasbro, then Hasbro cannot do anything about it.......right? You need to direct this complaint to the stores you want to buy the toys from, not the toymaker. Yeah that drives me nuts. It's the retailers that are to blame for your stores not having the product you desire on the shelf. You could only fault Hasbro for refusing to meet demand. Say like only producing 100 units of a certain figure, when their customers have ordered 1,000 units. And demand is not the end user (collectors and such). Hasbro's customers are Toys R Us, Walmart, Target, etc. etc. and like any profitable business that has been around for a long time, they'll cram as much product down the throats of their customers as that particular customer will let them. Hasbro's distribution is not why there's nothing on the shelf at Walmart, If there are toy sightings on the west coast but nothing on the east coast (or whichever way it works from however many distribution centers they have.) that's Walmart's distribution at fault.
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