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  1. Spider-Man is a popular character, and his lowest-grossing movies still make tons of money, so Hasbro and Disney not jumping on the merchandise train is their loss. Plus, this is not a case like the X-Men movies, in which Fox obtained merchandise profits. Sony will get nothing out of it.
  2. I wouldn't mind Hasbro taking another shot at the Quantum Suits. However, I don't know how they can exactly do that. Tony Stark, Captain America, Ant-Man and Hawkeye can all share body sculpts. Nebula and Black Widow the same. However, Rocket Raccoon, War Machine, Hulk and Thor each would use a different mold. In the case of Hulk, he's a big character. Maybe they could do something similar to the Target 2-pack, and then maybe release War Machine and Thor as a 2-pack and Hulk and Rocket as another. However, considering the Quantum Suits ended up having a much less significant role than promotional art and merchandise made them look like they would have, I'm not particularly stoked for the prospect of Hasbro revisiting this wardrobe.
  3. I loved how this armor looked in black. I even toyed with the idea of buying a spare of the original release to spray-paint it black. Good to see I won't have to take that trouble.
  4. The gauntlet in the figure looks like it does in the movie, but in the film it's obscured by the energy discharge. The figure is additionally based on concept art like this one, in which there's no energy flowing:
  5. I wonder if the hand can be wedged into the Marvel Legends version... Of course, assuming it won't look too out of place due to scale.
  6. The Disney push not to do non-MCU movie merchandise only affected the Fox properties. Hasbro produced an entire line of toys for Into the Spider-Verse, and the Webb films also had their fair share of merchandise. This is because in 2011, Sony sold all of the Spider-Man merchandise rights they held back to Marvel. Marvel and its licensees can pump as much merchandise of Spider-Man movies as they want because it's in their control.
  7. Because it was the final (and for the time being definitive) design of the character. While he used the Halloween costume for most of the movie, it was a makeshift suit.
  8. Not ZD Toy's best release, especially since their Thanos was taller than the BAF and better looking.
  9. I wish Hasbro prioritized getting modern versions of characters and topical characters out as soon as possible. Classics are evergreen so they can come out any time, but (for example) the peak of my interest for a figure of a given Iron Man armor only lasts for as long as that suit is contemporary, and Hasbro is not very good at delivering figures for Iron Man suits while they're still current. On a similar note, I've been waiting for stuff like a modern Loki and Pymtron figures since 2014 and 2016, respectively.
  10. I don't understand the question since there's nothing to it besides answering "No," and it doesn't prove anything. Plus, he could do this kind of stuff in the 90s, considering his powers have been upped for over 20 years.
  11. That's not a reason a writer can't expand on a character's powers. "It doesn't make it right"... And what is it that makes it not right, personal preference? Iceman's powers have been upped since the 90s, so these complaints are coming in a bit late.
  12. Writers make the source material, and can alter characters as they see fit. If writers didn't go around developing or expanding on characters' powers, Superman would still be leaping high instead of flying.
  13. Yeah, I plan to pose this figure with the fisted hands. I feel Hasbro could've done us a solid and include pegholes in the blasters, but I think the space is too narrow so they kinda winged it.
  14. The Power and Glory Cap popped up in Canada through Toys "R" Us, maybe the same will happen to this one.
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