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  1. I think Walgreens shifting from Fantastic Four to X-Men for exclusives is a great opportunity to knock out some X-Men characters. 1. Marvel NOW Magneto (White sleeveless costume to go along with Cyclops, Magik, and the upcoming Emma Frost). With the Apocalypse wave head, Moon Knight cape, and X-Force Deadpool belt it would be a great build with little to no new parts required (just some secondaries for parts of the costume). 2. Modern Rogue (the unreleased version we’ve seen). 3. X-Men Warpath (modern red and blue costume). I’m still hoping a Thunderbird style X-Force costume version is coming in the X-Force wave, and this would be a great way to do the modern variant. 4. Jim Lee style Jean Grey. I’m hoping for a redo with one of the updated female bucks so it doesn’t have the old style hip joint that the Rocket Raccoon wave had. An alternate ponytail head sculpt would help to differentiate it from the original release. 5. Banshee in his blue and gold X-Men uniform. 6. Morph. 7. Longshot. 8. Classic Havok. 9. Utopia costume blue and white Angel. 10. Utopia costume Emma Frost (not likely, I know, given the black costume Emma already planned). Beyond Walgreens, I think other retailers looking to pick up an exclusive might be a good option. - I’d love a 90’s X-Factor box set with Havok, Polaris, Wolfsbane, and Strong Guy. - One way or another, a Giant Size X-Men Storm and Thunderbird / Warpath. If Giant Size X-Men Storm isn’t part of the Retro wave and Warpath isn’t part of the X-Force wave them put these two together with a green and yellow Banshee for an 80th Anniversary 3 pack. I’d even take an Apocalypse wave Wolverine with the Retro belt to make it a 4 pack, or that plus a Dark Phoenix 2 pack Cyclops re-release to make it a 5 pack.
  2. Has there been any word or rumor on the Toys R Us exclusive Dark Phoenix and Cyclops set being re-released through other online retailers like previous Toys R Us sets? With the “Dark Phoenix” movie coming out in June and no Jean Grey/Phoenix figures in either the Caliban or X-Force wave it would seem like a no-brainer to make these sets more widely available. Of course, a Walgreens Jim Lee Jean Grey rerelease or redo wouldn’t hurt either...
  3. You pretty much just listed all of the Marvel Legends Retro figures... Most e-tailers have the figures readily available. https://www.amazon.com/s?k=Marvel+legends+Retro&ref=nb_sb_noss_2 The Retro line Black Panther figure is actually a more modern version, but the Walmart exclusive classic Black Panther is available at a variety of places online. https://www.amazon.com/Marvel-Legends-6-Inch-Panther-Exclusive/dp/B01MSBV3E0/ref=sr_1_13?crid=YW4CYBQ2W0K5&keywords=marvel+legends+black+panther&qid=1551232259&s=gateway&sprefix=Marvel+legends+Bl%2Caps%2C164&sr=8-13 I hope this helps!
  4. Here’s my list: 1. Mr Fantastic with beard (new 2018 black costume) Super Skrull regular right arm and Super Skrull stretching right arm 2. Invisible Woman (new 2018 black costume) Super Skrull regular right leg and Super Skrull clear right leg 3. Thing (new 2018 black costume) Super Skrull regular left arm and Super Skrull Thing left arm 4. Human Torch (translucent orange and red version of Walgreens exclusive) Super Skrull regular left leg and Super Skrull flaming left leg 5. Doctor Doom (classic) Super Skrull head 6. Karnak Super Skrull torso 7. Cosmic Ghost Rider with baby Thanos BAF - Super Skrull Plus an 80th Anniversary 4 pack with: - Mr Fantastic (dark blue and white costume) - Invisible Woman (dark blue and white costume) - Thing (dark blue and white costume) - Human Torch (red and yellow with black lines)
  5. What’d be great is a deluxe figure with the 90’s blue and gold X-Men uniform and a bunch of additional parts to create a variety of characters... - Banshee head (neutral) - Banshe head (screaming) - Banshee cape - Gambit head - Gambit bo staff - Gambit satchel - Gambit cards effect - Gambit trench coat - Gambit trench coat arms (have them interchangeable at the shoulder like Mr. Fantastic) - Logan head - Wolverine claw hands - Morph head - Morph evil head - Joseph head - Energy effects - Flying (flat) hands - Gripping hands - Fist hands
  6. I’ve never been that big a fan of Longshot... but I’d be ok if he was in one of the remaining Retro X-Men slots.
  7. I would be totally fine with something like this from Jin Saotome...
  8. I think a Toy Biz style Iceman would be pretty easy with either the “All New X-Men” boxed set belt from Cyclops or Angel and the Silver Surfer head or the “All New X-Men” Iceman on the slim male buck. They could also use the Apocalypse wave Wolverine belt... just depends on if they want to be accurate to the 5” Toy Biz figure or if the want to be accurate to the Jim Lee costume art.
  9. Technically, yes... but there are a few that have not yet been made by Hasbro in the costumes from X-Men #1. - Storm: The only figure of Storm in her white “Gold Team” costume is from the Toy Biz X-Men series (2005) https://marvelousnews.com/database/index.php?itemid=766 - Iceman: The Iceman from the Juggernaut BAF wave represents a more modern version of the character with more ice protrusions, styled hair, and bare feet. The figure from the “All-New X-Men” boxed set is closer to the X-Men #1 version of the character than his original “snowman” appearance from early Uncanny X-Men issues, but missing the X logo belt. The Toy Biz Marvel Legends Series 8 (2005) figure has the X logo belt. Jean Grey: Hasbro made a version of the figure in this costume during the “Return of Marvel Legends” waves before the line was rebranded as “Infinite”. So it’s been made, it’s just impossible to get for less than $80. Obviously Professor X, Gambit, Beast, and Colossus are still waiting to be released in the coming months.
  10. Can anyone confirm - does Cannonball have an alternate waist and legs?
  11. I agree that it would be better for an Avengers wave of regular Marvel Legends figures rather than the 80th Anniversary line... This and the classic Thor are the two biggest missing Thor figures in my collection.
  12. I am really hoping for a new modern Avengers Thor with the gold arm and the beard... In a perfect world they would include a regular arm and an alternate head sculpt so that we could also create a proper "Marvel NOW" Thor since the original release on the retooled "Return of Marvel Legends" Thor is outdated and out of scale.
  13. Someone posted that there is an image of the upcoming Target exclusive Starforce costume Captain Marvel with the Minn-Erva parts on it. Has anyone seen this image?
  14. Finally found Magik! I was about ready to spend $30 on eBay just to stop checking every Walgreens I drive near... This was in Clarksville, IN just across the river from Louisville, KY.
  15. I’m conflicted between the early X-Force (Thunderbird) costume and the red/blue modern costume. The black/gray Uncanny X-Force costume would be my number 3. The early (pre the aftermath of X-Cutioner’s song when Boom Boom redesigned everyone’s costumes) X-Force costume obviously doubles as Thunderbird from Giant Size X-Men #1, so that versatility is a plus. But, the modern red and blue costume (no fringe, vibranium knives with sheath) fits in with all of the Utopia era figures. I like the Uncanny X-Force costume, but since I know I’ll never pay the price needed to get a black and silver Archangel it’s not a team that is in as much need of completing in my display. So, in my perfect world the Thunderbird style costume is released in a box set, and then the same figure is modded to the modern red/blue costume as a Walgreen’s exclusive.
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