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  1. I friend and I were just screwing around and did some posing with my MLs. Jus tthought I'd post some pictures.
  2. Thanks. The exclusive figures are, in my opinion, a dumb idea for an entire series. One figure, maybe. But not a whole series. I remember many adventures involving my THREE local Targets to try to find a Union Jack (torso of Rulk, I believe). Thanks for the advice. I had never thought of Amazon until my girlfreind recently suggested it to me.
  3. I don't necessarily agree with you on that. The only two "torso" figures that are "rare" or expensive are Warbird (with Giant Man's lower torso) and Invisible Woman (with Ronan's torso). Other figures such as Bishop, Mystique, Pyro, Nightcrawler, Deathlok, etc. are all readily available on eBay for next to nothing. Also, the Guardian figure itself is expensive. Loose on eBay it goes for almost $30. And the piece is nowhere to be found. Back to my original question, why is Guardian so expensive? And why is the BAF piece so rare? Was it a quantity issue? Limited release?
  4. Can someone tell me why in the hell Guardian is so expensive? And why I can't find Ares' torso ANYWHERE!?!? Just wondering.
  5. Okay, I know this is a ML forum, but I wanted some feed back on the MU Gigantic Battles two-packs. I saw them in a Wal-Mart last night, and the "Giant" figures are perfect to scale with the BAFs of the Toy Biz era (e.g. Galactus, Giant Man, Apocalypse, etc.). Has anyone purchased these to serve in their ML collection?
  6. I am confused as to what you are talking about. By pre-ML, do you mean the ToyBiz Marvel line? From the late-80s to early-90s?
  7. Ha. Found them at my local TRU. We never got the "first wave" in stores, I had to pick them up at a comic shop. But I dropped $75 on the Chaste Ninja/Dum Dum, FF two-pack, and Stealth IM/Sharon Carter.
  8. I agree with your list,except you missed T'challa and maybe Jen Walters Several years ago, Hasbro released an SDCC exclusive Jennifer Walters that had removable clothes to reveal a FF costume.
  9. I'm not sure if anyone is as much of a fan as the "Old Man Logan" story as I was, but what about a five pack for that? Old Man Logan, Old Man Hawkeye, Spider-Girl, President Red Skull, and Old Man Hulk.
  10. If we are lucky we'll see the other three MLs we'll be getting with Deadpool, Valk, and Widow. Oh...and MU...lots and lots of MU... Hasbro stated that the their three picks for the ML two-packs will be announced at the Toy Fair in NYC (February 14-17, 2010). Damn, why so long? Does it take that long to decide a simple wave of figures? They already got the prototypes just match them up according to relationships they have with the characters. I'm almost sure that Hulk will be with Valk she doesn't go with anyone else. I don't remember seeing anything that said th
  11. If we are lucky we'll see the other three MLs we'll be getting with Deadpool, Valk, and Widow. Oh...and MU...lots and lots of MU... Hasbro stated that the their three picks for the ML two-packs will be announced at the Toy Fair in NYC (February 14-17, 2010).
  12. If Hasbro does decide to keep the cash flowin' on it, here are some ideas for them. Let me know what you think. X-Factor Series- Each figure is in their blue and yellow costume Strong Guy (BAF) Multiple Man (variant black costume with trenchcoat) Polaris Wolfsbane Feral Havok (variant modern costume) Shatterstar Wave One Yellowjacket Wave (18-inch Build-A-Figure) Bucky Captain America (variant Winter Soldier) Warpath (black and silver costume with classic variant) Wiccan Iron Patriot Storm (First Appearance
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