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  • Birthday 05/24/1978

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  1. I think Marvel's biggest problem comes from the fact that the MCU is so popular that many casual fans have turned to the comics looking for stories similar to what they've seen on the big screen. But, considering the Infinity Gauntlet storyline that the blockbusters were loosely based on came out decades ago, Marvel was forced to come up with something that hits the mark for those new fans. Hence, we get stories with Thanos and new stories with the Infinity Stones. Unfortunately for long time comic fans, this just seems like another rehash of an already overused story. To Marvel, however,
  2. It surely is. I was just looking through some PMs on my ToyNewsInternational account from 14 years ago when I bought it for $40, and $12 shipping. My, how times have changed.
  3. $250 was my price with shipping included. No additional costs. If you do want it, I would also throw in the rest at a discount. Say $400 total, shipping included. No pressure. If not, we can still do the others for $250 even.
  4. Found these guys while digging through my boxes again. The BAF Sentinel is missing the tentacles, otherwise complete. Both Galactus and the other Sentinel still work fine and are missing nothing. Red Goliath and Skrull are in perfect shape. Would love to let these all go to a new home together. If buying as a lot, I'd let them go for $500, plus actual shipping. If you want individuals, let me know and we can try to work something out.
  5. That would be awesome. I don't collect these and had no idea about the newer releases negating the set so bad.
  6. I’d just like to move the whole set. I picked em up on a whim and thought I was gonna put Venom together, but the desire left shortly after I got them home. I know I could probably make more by parting them out, but I’m just looking to get what I paid for them plus shipping and maybe a few bucks in my pocket for the trouble. I was hoping someone here that might need a few would buy the lot and then flip the ones they didn’t need.
  7. The battle for shelf space in the man cave has begun. As some fall, new combatants will enter the fray! Who ya got?
  8. Anyone interested in this lot? Figured I'd give you guys a shot at it before I go the eBay route. EDIT: Guess I forgot that I needed to post a price in order to post here. I'll do $160 shipped. I know I might seem like a newbie here, but I've been around since the start. I just haven't been posting in forever. I wish there were guys still around from the old days to vouch for me. If you need references, let me know, and I can point you in the right direction.
  9. Yeah, I recently had a discussion with someone on IG about the prices of the Universe figures now. I still have a good deal in their package, and have contemplated selling them to help my collecting addiction. Most of my collection is opened with their packaging long since discarded. I do have a few of the rarer carded Thor movie figures that could fetch a buck or two, but I'll probably just open those too. The villain line is somewhat lacking, especially considering the number of rehashes a lot of the main heroes got. I try to use my faceless Cobra armies to use as stand ins for good
  10. I hear ya. I never really got into the 6 inch figures though. I was a kid that grew up in the 80's, so the 3 3/4 scale was the only scale I really knew. Once I became 'too old' to play with toys, I let my collection go. Around '04, I began to see the Joe vs. Cobra line show up in stores and it rekindled my love for those figures and I found myself rebuying most of the figures I had from my childhood through eBay. I saw the Marvel Legends line showing up in stores, and even bought some to trade with others for more 3 3/4 figures, but they just didn't do it for me. The overall larger size
  11. No one has any love for these figures anymore? These were always my favorites, especially since they could be intermingled with other lines like my GI Joes. Of course, now it looks like everything has gone to the 6" scale, including my Joes. It really is sad to me, especially since I have recently moved and found a lot of the figures I had stored away due to lack of room. I hope to start posting more pics of my collection again soon, and that is a big reason why I came back to these forums after so long.
  12. I know I've been gone for quite a while, but I plan on getting back on track with contributing to this community. Hopefully, I can win a prize for coming back.
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