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  1. Yeah, I'm really hoping with the popularity of the MCU counterpart, a new comic Zemo isn't far off.
  2. Absolutely. I've never had a hard time getting exclusives from other lines through GameStop, their in store pre-orders are a breeze, and since EB gets them in Canada it'd make sense for GameStop to get them Stateside.
  3. It'd probably be a better Heinrich, but I wouldn't put it past Hasbro to use it for Helmut as well if they swapped out the lower legs. To be fair I'd rather get a new Helmut, but not on this body.
  4. Yep, and I'm sure they'll put out as many iterations as they can on that mold. I'd say a Ben Reilly Scarlet Spider and a Kaine Scarlet Spider would be among the only repeats I'd consider.
  5. Not unless the original figure gets a clear upgrade. Pinless tech for me is like a bonus, a nice thing when its there, but not so needed that I'm going to re-buy everything. It's the same thing with the retro Spidey mold. Most of the collection is now on either the Pizza Spidey or Sunfire molds, I'm not about to replace every one of those costumes with a retro Spidey re-do only for pinless Spidey to show up in a year or two.
  6. After his prominence in ASM lately, I'd take that. The mold's got nice height and bulk for him.
  7. A bit of tweaking and it might make a good Zemo. It's a great body with excellent articulation, I'm excited to see what they use it for next.
  8. Yeah, I'd take just about anything and they could certainly try a bunch of different assortments to see what sells best. And definitely, no blind bags, full transparency or nothing.
  9. I definitely get that. Even if it's a character I'm not as interested in, if it's a classic version or "definitive" I'll be all in.
  10. Hard to exactly limit that to one broad category anymore. I'm definitely not a completionist, but I've got a lot of everything. Started as a Spider-Man collector, and that's still the part of Legends that gets me to click a pre-order the fastest. But I love the other street level stuff too, and anything cosmic, especially the Abnett and Lanning era characters are a close second to Spidey stuff.
  11. Yesterday was quite a good haul. BBTS came through with Web Man, retro Sandman, Endgame Thor, Select Titanium Man and Ultron finally showed up from GameStop. So much plastic goodness after quite awhile and some really excellent figures in the bunch. Ultron is as amazing as can be, and even Web Man is a welcome addition.
  12. Yeah, it's definitely shaping up to be a pegwarming wave. I saw the same thing at my local Target, but with Sersi and Makkari instead. Eight copies of each, no sign of any of the other figures either. I think this could be a real problematic wave for Hasbro when it's over and done.
  13. They could always do theme packs, an X-Men theme pack covering a few different things. That could give alternate hands as needed, power effects for Cyclops, Prof. X, Jean, etc., and of course the much needed calm head for Beast. Hasbro could treat these as different volumes in a series, where subsequent packs cover either more random assortments, or it could be a "through the ages" treatment, with certain eras covered in one pack or the other.
  14. I use Testors' acrylics on mine. Pretty much any model paint that doesn't come straight from the arts and crafts section at Walmart/Target/etc. You should be fine at a hobby store picking up the right paints and they probably have a nice set of brushes so that you can get a wide range of options for details or larger jobs in the future.
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