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  1. Still prefer thigh cuts, because of the increased poseability. I don't find them to be that much of a problem for the aesthetics. I'd like to see drop down hips used more often, but figures like War Machine and Juggernaut, who would benefit from them now, are already made, so I'm in no rush to see drop down hips implemented, since these and other already made figures would still miss out.
  2. It's going to connect to the others. They've already released Iron Man and Hulk, and will release Cap, Thor, and Black Widow to form the shot from the end of the first Avengers, with them back to back". But yes, the price is pretty steep.
  3. Regular Figures: Spider-Man- (any costume) Tons of web effects, lamppost with street signs, etc. to hang from. Nightcrawler- Utopia costume or Uncanny X-Foroce AoA version. With multiple smoke/BAMF effects, 1-2 swords, and at least four alternate heads, the laughing and yelling ones from the last version and two new ones both aggressive or calculating expressions for the AoA version. Nova- Classic costume, energy effects and a proper "rocket stream" effect that can attach around or in place of the legs. Two effects sets one in yellow/orange and one in blue would be nice since his powers aren't always consistent in how they're drawn. Quasar- Preferably Phyla, but Wendell would be fine too, Abnett/Lanning costumes, with blast effects and quantum constructs. BAF Size: Annihilus- Updated build, could re-use the same wings though. Mephisto- Single release, fan channel exclusive, maybe then we can finally get him out there. Surtur High Evolutionary Dragon Man- Over-sized, with large wings too.
  4. I'd definitely like to see a bamf effect for Nightcrawler. Some energy effects, like an energy sphere that can be held in a character's hand might be nice. However from what it sounded like in the interviews I've seen, it's about muzzle flashes and other gun effects this year, with a focus on new types of effects coming down the pipe later.
  5. Managed to score Red Hulk this morning. Can confirm the store only got one in, so I recommend using PopFindr in conjunction with the alerts from Target's site.
  6. Moon Knight Ghost Rider (Johnny Blaze) Nova (Richard Rider) And since they'll keep cranking out Spider-Man variants no matter what I'll count him as an honorable mention, not because I don't want to complete his wardrobe, but because Hasbro will keep chipping away at that goal no matter what.
  7. I'd go for hand ninjas, but it will probably be either SHIELD soldiers or AIM grunts, since they have the molds and accessories already.
  8. Cosmic Ghost Rider and three Cuckoos for today. Might eventually get two more Cuckoos, but this is great for now. And Cosmic Ghost Rider, wow, what an awesome figure! I don't really like the character, but that's always the mark of a good figure, helping you to get over all that.
  9. That classic War Machine hit all the right notes and that Spidey retro wave is absolutely outstanding, maybe it's just the packaging but I'm so pumped for the whole wave, even with at least three yet to be revealed figures.. Everything else was fine, kind of disappointed to see two really desirable figures as Target exclusives, but that's how it goes sometimes.
  10. Snagged an Endgame Valkyrie and M'Baku wave Black Panther (purple accents) from Dorksidetoys, $20 for both. Cosmic Ghost Rider shipped today from BBTS. Still hunting for the Cuckoos.
  11. It depends completely on the character. A character like Spider-Man, I'll take every costume they make no matter what era it's from. Most of the Avengers I prefer first appearance or classic costumes. Cosmic characters, usually the 00s looks, so neither modern nor classic in that case. I take it on a figure by figure basis, but I guess if I had to pick a decade of costumes I'd say either 90s or 00s.
  12. I'm not complaining about the scale as much as pointing out that straight re-releases would be a mistake to hope for. I still have the Fearsome Foes Rhino and Sandman is fine as long as Hydro-Man and certain others are not near him. Since a lot of people want these re-released, I'm only saying they should be re-done not re-released since they aren't all that accurate.
  13. Aware of both issues, however can you really say that the towering nature of Sandman actually looks good? He's rarely shown as being much larger than his other Sinister Six compatriots. One of the notable times was that time where Venom was on the team as well as Ends of the Earth, in both cases he was not only much, much larger than even the BAF would be but didn't look like that, more like a sand monster similar to that awful Spider-Man 3 version. As for Rhino...really? Even fighting the Hulk he's never been this big. If that BAF is appropriately sized, then Abomination is undersized since they share that body. This is another character that is rarely shown as a hulk-sized, while still being larger than most Spidey foes, this BAF is obviously too large.
  14. Depends. I definitely like it when the figure gets a new paint job, and it makes it feel fresh and possibly desirable, but there are other times, *cough *cough Sauron *cough *cough where it feels like they put a highly desirable figure in a terrible wave, and if you suffered through that wave for the BAF it would be nice to keep it exclusive to the wave. I will say if they did make this a trend it would be nice to allow collectors to skip waves and pick up the character later on, removes a lot of the FOMO. Wants: -Kingpin: don't care if he's in classic duds or the all black suit, just want another one so that I can have Kingpin and Shadow King simultaneously. -Strong Guy: Not out yet, but still in a wave that while not as bad as Sauron, doesn't have me enthused enough to pick up more than a couple figures. Don't Want: Now hear me out, it's not that I don't want another shot at these figures, but I want to see them done right, and not straight re-releases. -Sandman -Rhino Say what you want, they are too big. I'm not even one of those sticklers for scale, Sandman dwarfs Hydro-Man and Rhino looks more like he belongs fighting Hulk than Spidey. I'd like to see Hasbro give them another shot, both sized down, Sandman considerably.
  15. With their increase on the NECA TMNT figures I had a feeling this was coming. Definitely won't be picking much up there anymore.
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