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  1. The headsculpts are lifted directly from comic Venom artwork. I recognized one of the heads being inspired by the Venom vs. Carnage #1 cover, and another by the Venom: Dark Origin #4 cover, but I have no idea where does the grimace headsculpt comes from
  2. While the video was funny, it would've had a bigger impact if we hadn't already seen set photos of Gyllenhaal in full costume save for the fishbowl.
  3. The wide-eyed Venom looks like a Clayton Crain Venom, specifically from the Venom vs. Carnage #1 cover. The long-tongue Venom looks like an Angel Medina Venom, specifically from the Venom: Dark Origin #4 cover. As for the final head, I have no idea, but it kinda looks like something Chris Bachalo would draw.
  4. You didn't. It's just an observation. You're giving yourself too much credit.
  5. You flail around "PC" and "SJW" around so much no matter if it even makes sense in the context of the conversation that you might as well work them into a hotkey so you don't need to type each letter of each acronym one by one.
  6. Definetely. It would've been really fun to see Reed come back to find his nemesis trying to be a by-the-numbers hero instead of having him conveniently return to his old ways.
  7. He first appeared in issue #18, you can find his Marvel Wiki entry here.
  8. I know this figure was made because it's a repaint of the War Machine MK II, but I'm crossing my fingers Figuarts takes a shot at other suits from Iron Man 3 since Comicave is the only one offering them at the moment and they've been delayed for ages, not to mention they're not particularly cheap.
  9. So it looks like the figure is based on the alternate future adult Miles Morales from Gwenpool... Huh...
  10. Since the Disney/Fox merger has yet to be effective, this is all Fox's doing. Of course it's probably related to the merger, since it feels they're testing the waters for a PG-13 Deadpool. Even then, Disney CEO Bob Iger has stated they're 100% open to keeping Deadpool R-rated.
  11. I was never a fan of the MCU Iron Man Revoletch figures, especially because of their weird proportions, but this one looks fantastic and almost straight out of a panel from the Fraction/Larroca era. And even if the proportions are a bit wonky, it'll be less jarring since it's a comic figure. I can't wait to see what kind of accessories they include since it's the Bleeding Edge Armor. I can only hope 1) that the final product is great 2) that they keep doing more comic armors and 3) that one of them is the Marvel NOW! suit.
  12. I'm very limited to the kind of Marvel Legends I collect, but my personal favorite was the Invincible Iron Man from the Okoye Wave. It was the first comic Iron Man with an original mold since 2013 (the Deep-Space Armor Iron Man was alright, but the Marvel NOW! Iron Man was an atrocity), and it adapted that armor design almost flawlessly. Not only did it come with a lot of accesories, but they did that specific rendition of Iron Man justice. The Tony Stark head is perfectly modeled after the artwork from David Marquez (plus, it was the first modern comic book Stark headsculpt ever made released en masse). The figure also comes with the snap-on cannon to emulate the suit's shape-shifting abilities. Of course I'm greedy and I would've wanted even more accessories related to the suit's shape-shifting, but I am not unsatisfied with the figure as it is. This release raised the bar for Iron Man figures. Too bad the Infinity War Iron Man was such a step down.
  13. The issue is not the design itself, it's the execution. For instance, the chainmail being sculpted would add a lot of personality to the figure. The ponytail could have some shading.
  14. I really would've preferred modern / Agent of Asgard Loki. This classic Loki is a bit dull on sculpt details and paint apps, especially compared to the Siege Loki figure.

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