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  • Birthday 06/15/1972

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    Art, Action Figures, Comics, Oriental Philosophy, Unattainable Women

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  1. I think YOU seem to like bigger characters. Try not to speak for all of us.
  2. Not sure you get the point I was making. Blue and Orange, Blue and Yellow, Silver and Gold, Electric Pink and Plaid; it doesn't matter. It's silly to do a whole other figure just for a color difference.
  3. So do pictures of Michelangelo's David, but that doesn't make either a decent action figure.
  4. Not me. All of these paid streaming services look good on paper, but always seem to come up a little short. Besides, the writings on the wall. Pretty soon, every company with a show to show is gonna launch their own streaming service. Five minutes after that . . . BOOM . . . implosion. Just like the comic book and syndicated "network" gluts of the 90s. Much like them, I'm sure the streaming industry will survive, but it'll be a shadow of what it is now (the first-run syndication market never did recover). YouTube's already giving up on the paid streaming game, and they were one of the big successes.
  5. Seems a little to much like if Hasbro released a second Pizza Spidey just because some colorists used to make the blue parts of his suit black. I'm down for running changes and variants, but at 20+ a pop, I just need a better reason than such-and-such was colored a little differently in a certain appearance. Uh, don't take that Cannonball off your list just yet. I have a feeling a lot of people will be screaming "Do-Over" if it turns out the upcoming CB DOESN'T come with a pair of legs.
  6. I don't know about that. If you already have the Lee Cyke, then it would be like paying twice as much for one figure. Now maybe if they gave him the jacket and or some optic blast effects . . .
  7. Exactly, Hasbro loves that sort of thing. Just look at the Cyclops/Dark Phoenix pack.
  8. 90s Jean Grey. Only released once, and that was during Hasbro's transitional period. They could do wonders with her now. I know this is gonna draw an argument, but the Has' went and made themselves an awesome new buck for Spidey type characters, it's about time they used it to give us a new "normal" Spider-Man. Pizza Spidey was great, but the parts are there, its time for an upgrade.
  9. Pattie-Cake Hulk from waaaay back in Series 1 of the ToyBiz line. It was the first I was able to find when they were first released, and the package was all beat up. Fortunately those old clambshell packages could pretty much take a bullet without the figure inside getting so much as a scratch.
  10. I probably could've waited on canceling at Pulse, but with my luck, they would've gotten their refresher case in early and I'd end up paying for two Hercs. Plus, pardon the expression, but I had kind of a b!+(# of a morning and needed to treat myself to lift my spirits. Herc was there, ordered him, went out and grabbed some Chinese, decompressed. I'm good now. Better living through retail therapy? Whatever, it worked.
  11. That IS weird. I once had a gas pump put a pre-authorization for 100 dollars worth of gas I never even bought (my car couldn't even HOLD a 100 dollars worth of gas) on my bank account. It took almost a month, a fax from the corporate headquarters of the gas station, and a meeting with my bank rep during which she made a three-way call between herself, the gas station and the credit card company to get it straitened out. But I've never heard of repeat charges being placed for the same order before. I didn't even think such a thing was legal.
  12. Just stumbled across Herc on Amazon. Actually in stock, and for retail price. Instead of the normal Prime Guaranteed Delivery, the best they could do is an "Estimated" delivery of the 11th-12th. Still, better than the "Estimated Arrival" date of the 29th over at Pulse so I pulled the trigger and canceled my Pulse pre-order.
  13. Honestly, sometimes I wonder how Walmart gained the reputation as the 800 pound gorilla of the retail game it has. Wait, that's right. when you're the 800 pound gorilla, you can write yourself any reputation you like.
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