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  1. Not a novel concept, but I'll read it since it's written by Chip Zdarsky. Pasqual Ferry's art will be a good bonus.
  2. I don't have the War Machine figure yet, but I've used Obitsu Stands to support pretty hefty things, like a MK 46 Iron Man holding Homecoming Spider-Man, so I think as long as you work the art of balance, it should be okay.
  3. I use the Obitsu Body Stands. They're slim, cheap and they're very versatile since you can change their length. The listing I bought them from in Amazon is out of stock, but this eBay listing here might be helpful since it also shows them in use.
  4. Even since he's gone photo-realistic in the mid-2000s, his style has gone downhill. His faces are very uncanny valley, his shading is pretty bad, he takes very obvious shortcuts like copy-pasting the same character or object in several panels instead of redrawing it, and he relies too much on tracing. When he was drawing Iron Man, his Tony Stark was 90% traced photographs of Josh Holloway, and when he drew Star Wars, 90% of his panels and faces were infamously just straight-up traced from screencaps of the movies. Some of his most flagrant examples include tracing memes, like the heart attack
  5. If they made a Pizza Delivery Peter Parker with the scooter, Hasbro would make so much money solely in virtue of the memes. Since I traded my spider-fanaticism for iron fanaticism a while ago, I don't personally want new figures of the Raimi films, but I still hope Hasbro does them. I feel like a well-rounded wave of these figures would feature a line-up similar to that one Marvel Legends wave that Hasbro did in 2008. While I think final battle Sandman would be a good BAF, I think another good idea could be to combine the concept of the Homecoming Vulture BAF and the Stilt-Man BAF in
  6. The thing is that the design of the costume in this toy here isn't a 1:1 of Falcon's Cap costume from the comics, so I'd say there's a high chance it is an MCU FalCap costume.
  7. I find it funny that not even the packaging artwork matches up the figure. I get that they were going for She-Hulk's look in the first arc of Jason Aaron's Avengers, but it kinda missed the mark since the Grey She-Hulk body was much slimmer. However, I guess since it's green it's going to be a decent enough placeholder for a classic She-Hulk in people's shelves until Hasbro gets around to making that one.
  8. I was very tempted to get this playset, but I had to pass on it since the little room I have left in my shelves is reserved for the ZD Toys Hall of Armor. However, I'm still happy to see so many people get it for their Iron Man display. This playset really makes me wish Hasbro invested more in their 6" basic figure line because that'd be the perfect venue to produce playsets like this which could be used by collectors. I mean, 40 dollars for something like this is a steal. On a side note, I saw on eBay somebody use the attachments that come in this playset to customize the Starboost
  9. Like I mentioned in my comment, yes, he did. Galactus' variant used dark purples. I also would have expected a green version if this figure had seen the light of day.
  10. My guess is that it would have come with a Simonson-era armored Thor. Kinda weird the main release of this figure was going to be an impostor variant, but with the BAF having come in green, I guess they didn't want to devalue it. However, considering both Galactus and the Sentinel got variants, I wonder if this figure would have gotten a regular, green Fin Fang Foom variant. With the Sentinel having gotten a Marvel Legends re-release, I'm going to cross my fingers real hard this could see the light of day... in green, of course. Man, that would make a good deluxe pack. Fin Fang Foom with
  11. The press release that you can see in JayC's OP very noticeably implies the suit is specific for one (1) storyarc: "Peter Parker will wear this new suit for his faceoff against Kingpin in the next arc." Jesus Christ, save this kind of complaining for something that actually damages the character. They're just changing his clothes for like four issues, not revealing his girlfriend cheated on him with his nemesis.
  12. It looks... interesting, that's for sure. I love Dustin Weaver's art, but Aaron Aikman was definitely his better Spider-Man redesign. I'll have to see what's the gist behind it before vetoing, though.
  13. Marvel Super Heroes: What The--?! being somewhat back, now that's a great Christmas present.
  14. The fact that the figure stands at 6.5 inches alone makes me happy. I mean, I doubt I'm gonna buy it, but import 1/12 figures being in the same scale as Marvel Legends is always good. Plus, who knows what Iron Man suit (or character) is next in the pipeline for them (aside from the confirmed MK 44, I mean. Fingers crossed for the MK 50, or any of the MK 1 to 6 to pick up after Hasbro's slack).
  15. Ursa Major hasn't interacted with Iron Man in a meaningful way at all. The few comics where they've shared an appearance is just because Tony has stumbled into the Winter Guard (either alone or with the Avengers) and Ursa Major happened to be part of it. He would be a very bad choice for an Iron Man wave, especially since Darkstar is already non-Iron Man related and Ultron is much more Avengers-related than he is Iron Man-related. Like you mentioned, in Deadpool waves pretty much anything goes. He has a much smaller supporting cast and group of villains, so it makes sense to pad out Deadp
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