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greenlucario last won the day on September 16 2019

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  1. Reed, Sue, Johnny, and She-Hulk off the list. Solid wave, and while I might be in the minority on this, I like the modern FF costumes. Not as much as the classics, but it's a nice bit of variety. Super Skrull is excellent, but how I wish we'd get an effects pack to really put this one over the top.
  2. Nothing in PA where I am, a few odds and ends at GameStop, that's it.
  3. Got Doctor Doom and Thing in from Pulse over the weekend. Doom is every bit the excellent figure I hoped he'd be, might even reign supreme as figure of the year for me. Joints were incredibly stiff though, caution to everyone still hunting him to be careful loosing him up. Thing is a bit of a disappointment. Figured the lack of black paint in the cracks and the yellow-orange wash would be noticeable, they are, but hoped I could get over the wash enough to use that fantastic new head sculpt on the Walgreens Thing, couldn't manage it. Hopefully he'll look really good next to the rest of the new renditions of his team, otherwise this one was just for the BAF pieces.
  4. I'm all in. Iron Man and War Machine come to mind as good candidates. I'd love a Cyclops with a bunch of optic blast effects. Spider-Man with all kinds of web effects etc.
  5. I like the armor suit, I just wish it was in better scale with other Hasbro Spider-Man figures, it's a bit short. Superior Ock is also really good, but the tentacles really bring the figure down for me, I mean it looks great vanilla posed, but more dynamic stuff seems to cause the tentacles to fall off with even the slightest movement. With Demogoblin now built, I can easily say this is my favorite figure of the wave. Really looking forward to Doom, should be in from pulse next week.
  6. Spider-Armor Mk III and White Rabbit from pulse today, with Vulture and Shang Chi getting in tomorrow. Really enjoying this wave, and can't wait to get Demogoblin assembled.
  7. Same thing happened to me on the U.S. site, but it was for the Prof. X in the Hoverchair. I've only bought their exclusives from them since it happened.
  8. 1. Morlun 2. Shathra 3. Morbius (90s comic version), since they didn't give us a movie Venom I'd assume the same will be true if we get a Morbius wave. The rest can be anything, whether they'd be Spider-Man or Morbius related, or not.
  9. 1. Iron Spider (Comic) 2. Firestar 3. Morlun 4. The Spot 5. Vermin 6. Riot 7. Toxin (Pat Mulligan) Calm BAF: Stegron
  10. Picked up Superior Octopus and Velocity Suit at Gamestop, they're running a 20% off collectibles promo, so got them for the same price as Pulse. If my luck keeps up l'll slowly cancel my Pulse orders since they can't seem to meet demand on even the less wanted figures.
  11. Same. I reached out to them to at least see if they had a new estimated ship date, no reply yet.
  12. A valid point, but if history shows us anything, it's that Hasbro makes their way around to the first appearances or classics eventually, so I'd say even the greatest detractors of these looks had to like the overall figure enough, especially when only Herc came with a desirable BAF piece. Most people that I've talked to seem to really enjoy all three, some even despite an initial reluctance to purchase these very modern looks. And especially with Moon Knight's new Disney+ series on the horizon, I'd say that classic figure is a matter of when, not if. As for Bill or Herc, I'll concede it may be awhile.
  13. Definitely the set. I can't think of a time when the double packed figure was one I needed multiples of.
  14. No. It was a cool idea until you realized how unstable the toe articulation made some characters' feet. There are some, Spider-Man and Nightcrawler come to mind, that could benefit, but for the most part no to toe articulation. And a hearty no to finger articulation as well. Hasbro already has swappable hands for most characters that would benefit from this old/new articulation point. Plus no articulated hand holds a weapon or accessory as well as a molded hand. Among my old ToyBiz figures some have even started to have their hands fall apart. Both Venom and Man-Thing, two great figures from the ToyBiz days, with articulated fingers have slowly had those fingers loosen and fall off. It's actually left me a bit concerned even with my McFarlane Spidey that it will eventually do the same. The long and short is we don't need these pieces of articulation with the modern Hasbro Legends articulation schemes. Toes could benefit a couple characters, but if they never happen again it's no travesty.
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