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  1. Haven't seen much, just a Doc Ock, maybe at Gamestop. I pre-ordered the wave because I was afraid this would happen, and the line up is killer. Haven't seen a single X-Men figure from the wave in Erie PA either.
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    Best of 2018 Voting

    Actually not an easy set to come by, but for those that did go out of their way to get it, it kind of burns a bit. I mean it was great the first time don't get me wrong, (I loved having him for the role he had in the Thanos Imperative) but he's kind of a one and done character since most of his different looks are color swaps. I'm glad for newer collectors to get the chance, just kind of wish he wasn't in a big wave like the Apocalypse wave.
  3. Yeah, you're probably right about that.
  4. At this point I'm running out of ideas for future suits. Captain Universe is one of the only major ones left that they haven't put in. Of course there's a lot of obscure stuff to pull from too.
  5. greenlucario

    Best of 2018 Voting

    Yes, Sauron definitely deserved that win. While I don't agree, I can't same I'm surprised about the X-Men wave taking best assortment. Thing deserves it too. Packaging and 2 packs were a wash for me, so not affected one way or the other by the results. Can't wait to see the next round.
  6. I like the Last Stand suit, it's from one of my favorite Spider-Man arcs of all time, so that one, definitely, it's uniqueness alone makes it a good choice. I'd like to see the Dark suit and a new Big Time suit for sure though.
  7. This was a real tough choice, the difference between my top three is practically nonexistent, I'd be happy with any of them. 1st choice: Hand ninjas. -Gotta go with the hand ninjas on this one. But I definitely hope both are identical, for some quick army building. 2nd choice: Nova corps. -Love Nova and the corps, but classic blue and gold only, nothing more modern than pre-Thanos Imperative. 3rd choice: Skrulls. -Really would like to get some Secret Invasion displays going.
  8. I would love that. Would like to see a better Famtomex too. I went pretty crazy to find Warpath originally, so I'm torn about a new one, but I guess it's good for new collectors. That's a good choice too, that head sculpt is really versatile for customs.
  9. Yeah, I loved Uncanny X-Force, I wish Wolverine could get an update in that costume too.
  10. Another option would be the Jessica Jones from the Defenders set, same sculpt. Also pricey, but if you wanted the other figures I guess that's an option.
  11. Top 10 ML for the Year 1. Scarlet Spider (Kaine)- I'm a huge fan of the character from Yost's series a few years ago and this one has a much better sculpt and articulation, plus those stingers are awesome. One drawback would be the lack of thwipping hands, but a quick custom paint job for a Ben Reilly hand and it's much better. 2. Sauron- I mean he's a huge, pterodactyl man with the one largest wingspans in ML, an amazing sculpt, and a superb paint job, plus despite it all he can stand on his own. What else is there to say? 3. Psylocke- Despite the fact that this figure isn't perfect the classic colors and better articulation definitely make this a great figure, the accessories are superb. Truth be told, this one got a bit of custom work to make it this far, but I'd still rank it in the top five without the custom work. 4. Songbird- Love the sonic energy wings effect, plus its a figure that not only have I been hoping to get, it's an upgrade on a figure we were teased with and never actually got. 5. Mysterio- We've never had a ML Mysterio, and as a huge Spider-Man fan he had to make the list for that alone. Add to that the nice effects and the fact that he doesn't have a gimmick like that Spider-Man classics one? It's a win-win. 6. Prowler- Again another "never had a ML" Spidey character, despite the floppy add ons and the cape, it's a great addition to the Spider-Man collection. 7. Ghost Rider w/ Hell Cycle- It's amazing that it's take this long to get a good bike to go with Ghost Rider, but the set is excellent. The only thing keeping it this far down on the list is the color choice. As a huge Ghost Rider fan, I'd have liked a more modern color scheme for Johnny, something circa 2007. 8. Cloak and Dagger- Is it cheating to give them the same spot? I doubt they'd rank this high for me alone and so together they fill out that Spider-Man's supporting characters niche and that's enough for me. Cloak elevates the pair with his awesome translucent cloak and Dagger brings the duo down a bit with the head sculpt and paint. 9. Elektra- Holy...that head sculpt is spectacular! Add that to a good base body with some great sai and some swappable hands, easy entry to this list. 10. Thing and Black Dwarf/Cull Obsidian- I couldn't decide which one I liked better. Both are practically head to toe new sculpt (not sure of Black Dwarf's torso has an overlay or not). They're solid, imposing, and while Thing was desperately needed, more than Black Dwarf, the paint and sculpt on both is nothing to take lightly. Honorable Mentions -Mr. Fantastic- Lost out to Thing, would have tied with Black Dwarf otherwise. -Apocalypse- Great figure, but hard to pose dynamically, the ankle add ons are in the way constantly, plus had to buy Archangel just for the extra hand attachment. -Thanos (Walmart)- Much better paint than the first, still has a terribly floppy torso. -Wasp (Vintage)- Excellent figure, great head sculpt, cool wing effects, but largely, seen before. An effect or two might have helped it crack the Top 10. -Dock Ock- The arms, having to replace them with the superior ToyBiz ones which not everyone has, so not a cost effective custom. -Black Knight-Great figure, just not as needed or necessary in my collection. -Spider-Punk- Not that I don't love Spider-Man variants, but this one would have had to be Kaine to crack the top 10. Awesome and fun figure. -Spider-Man Noir- Again, no Spider-Man variant short of Kaine was getting in the Top 10, but it's a great figure that I'm happy to own. -Carnage (Updated)- Not a lot of new going on here. The new hands and head are excellent, definitely the best Carnage figure in ML but the lack of new hurts it. -Scream -King Cobra -Invincible Iron Man -Iron Spider (MCU)- No legs, probably would have placed higher if it had come with the legs. -Taskmaster- Still can 't warm up to the head sculpt, don't know why.
  12. I didn't realize it had gotten that expensive. I actually had purchased the figure whenever it came out, and it had been laying around as a possible Psylocke custom that I never got around to finishing. When Hasbro announced the new one, I figured I'd at least finish the hair.
  13. I'd give it to the new one, for articulation and accessories. The old one has a slightly better head sculpt than the new one, and the hair is guarunteed to be purple, but those y joints in the hips are frustrating compared to the new one's t joints. I had to do a head swap and paint just to get something like the Psylocke figure I'd prefer, new one's body, Silk unmasked head, hair painted purple.
  14. I totally get that. I painted the unmasked Silk head so that it would have purple hair, I hated the face too. But yeah it's not a perfect figure. To me the plus is that the articulation and accessories are a lot better than the past ones. But if she was one of my favorite characters, I'd be where you are for sure.
  15. For those that felt Psylocke was a let down, I'd be curious to hear your thoughts as to why, I mean other than her not being on the Moonstone body.
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