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  1. Pulsar Cannon this, Plasma Cannon that. It's Proton Cannon. Wait, actually it's not even that. It's... PROTON CANNONNNNN Joking aside, I'm loving this release. I'm happy that Hasbro is trying out different kinds of effects for Iron Man, and the headsculpts this figure comes with are exactly what I wanted it to come with. I might have to get two of these, for the Into the Iron-Verse section of my shelves, one as MvC Iron Man and the other as animated Iron Man.
  2. Interesting development. Although I was looking forward to the story being delivered in a serialized format (and with 5+ hours of total running time), a movie might be for the best, considering the plot would tentatively be pretty straightforward. A lot of the D+ shows have suffered from pacing issues, so maybe this is just Marvel learning from their mistakes. That being said, a movie is more high-profile than a show, so there's that. I'm happy that Rhodey will get that kind of exposure and budget.
  3. I have to say that I'm starting to warm up to Ironheart's design. The jetpack and lateral blasters are an interesting touch, reminds me of House of M Iron Man.
  4. I'm kinda glad that the Iron Man figure is light on accessories, that should lower the price-point and make this figure a lot more accessible. I do wish he had a diorama piece like the Figuarts version, though. Also, I don't see the point of having two battle damaged unmasked heads that use the same sculpt and only differ in the amount of damage. They should have either made one of the unmasked heads a clean version, or they should've given it a different sculpt with a more fierce expression.
  5. I'm not really reading into anything at all. I'm just spitballing my first thoughts when I hear about an Iron Man game being in development.
  6. I'm cautiously optimistic about this game. The armor design looks interesting, kinda like the MCU Mark 3 the comic Model 51 had a baby. I'm honestly more worried about the writing, and by that I mean the characterization. Most if not all Iron Man adaptations in other media since 2008 have leaned heavily on RDJ's portrayal as a blueprint, but in a "carbon copy" kind of way. I really hope Motive takes a look at the way Square Enix adapted Tony's character for the Avengers game, and then does the opposite.
  7. Sounds like fun. I'm not familiar with Levitz's work, but I do know for sure that anything drawn by Alan Davis is a treat.
  8. Making Wanda's Hellfire Gala her new default costume is a fantastic choice. I'm not too familiar with Orlando, but I liked Darkhold well enough. I'm not attached to Wanda, but I might check it out.
  9. To give the MK 2 some credit, I like that they gave it a distinct visual language from Iron Man's armors, being more blocky and angular. That being said, I agree that making it streamlined wasn't the best idea, and I also agree with the MK 4 from Infinity War being the best armor. The modular weapons backpack is a thing of beauty, and I love the figher jet-inspired aesthetic with the camo pattern.
  10. "This app is useless because you have to pay for it." Now that's a peachy review lol
  11. Wonder if this figure was sculpted by the same person who did the MK 50 Iron Man, it has the similar "stocky torso, lanky arms" propotions. That aside, I gotta give credit to Diamond Select for their continuous inventiveness when it comes to accessories. Although the execution could be better, this is the first Spider-Man figure I can think of to have a plug-in spider-sense effect. Diamond Select were also similarly the first to make a spinning hammer effect for Thor.
  12. Funnily enough, it's the other way round. This suit originated from the theme park and it was then repurposed for What If?
  13. That's awesome. Trevor was one of my favorite parts of Shang-Chi, and I'm glad they've embraced him.
  14. Honestly, one of the things I'm hoping to out of this run is that Marvel finally gets this idea of making Tony low-tech and low-profile out of their system. Then we can get the return of the Tony Stark who used to build satellite research stations and utopic cities and fully-immersive VR landscapes.
  15. I'm not a fan of the premise, but I'm just glad that Cant(write)well is gone. My top pick was Jed MacKay, but I have faith in Duggan, since his Deadpool run was one of my favorite runs during its time.
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