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  1. I have tons of info about most of the series at http://marvellegends.info which should help you complete your collection. There are A LOT so good luck :)
  2. people will say movie figures suck without even looking at them. I guess it's just a stereotype
  3. I've seen the H.E.B. in my area carrying the Origins and MU line for $7.58. The only one I haven't seen at all anywhere is the MU Wolvie :( SO far I have Deadpool(comic), Brown/Tan Wolvie, Yellow Blue wolvie, Logan (Comic) and the TRU Sabretooth wolvie 2 pack. Need Logan and wolvie from series 2, weapon x and team x wolvie
  4. yep too much, what I guess it doesn't matter since you already bought them :)
  5. did they say they were not going to release the variants?
  6. here this is better link They've been up for about a week now. Also have some of the Origins figures
  7. They were always great for me. I think I ordered 3 cases from them back in the day. I think series 13,14 and 15 and got 2 variant cases. But I don't know if anything has changed
  8. http://cgi.ebay.com/MARVEL-legends-Comics-...%3A1|240%3A1318 http://cgi.ebay.com/MARVEL-Comics-legends-...%3A1|240%3A1318
  9. oh you mods, you can just go and change whatever you want can't you? :p You missed one by the way :)
  10. I think he meant under the "Action FIgures" category. Not "action figure" in the search words. But yeah, 1 tarantula sold for $23 and a set of juggy/tarantula for $49.99. Also a juggs for $29.99 and one for $25.49. Sounds like a scalpers dream if you find them. What's the retail price on these anyway?
  11. right. but the price increase that was going to be made by TB wasnt going to be hidden, they were just going up in price the same as everything does. and i bet that the increase wasnt going to be 5.00 a fig. my point is this: hasbro spiked the price of the foom wave because of the size of the baf, when they didnt have to. foom wasnt all that big compaired to the bigger bafs, and the excuse hasbro used is just that....an excuse. Yeah you're right. I'm not saying anything about a $5 increase from ToyBiz or hidden costs, just responding to Jmacq's statement. And sure, Hasbro didn't have to raise their prices on the Foom wave and wanted to blame oil, but either way they're in the business to make money so if they wanna jack up the prices $5 and we wanna buy them then more power to them. I wish we could still get 6 figures and a Sentinel or Apocalypse for $50 but now we're getting 8 figures and Ares for $80 and 8 figures w/ foom for $120+. If Toybiz could've done a 12" Foom like the Icons it would've been like 15 bucks. Times have changed. Whether oil goes up or down toy prices will not decrease in MSRP unless a store decides to clearance them. They'll continue to price figures at what they think the majority of the people are willing to pay and if they don't sell well they will most likely just drop the line altogether. But I digress...
  12. actually there were a ton of people complaining when ToyBiz started making the smaller BAFs in the last 3 waves. and yes ToyBiz was going to raise their prices before Hasbro took over
  13. A "legend" is exactly that. A "Marvel Legend" is a toy line that was intended to make money by putting characters who the company thinks will sell well. Including characters that will be flogged to death. And Union Jack. Any character can be a Marvel Legend and long as Hasbro (or Wal-Mart) thinks it will sell. I remember Luke Cage warming the pegs though at Toys R Us though. I don't think he even sold on clearance :p
  14. you should do it then so everyone else needing to buy them online could order them :p although I don't foresee Hasbro or any major retailer ever offering them online :)
  15. Cool, these remind me of the kinds of toys I would have loved to play when I was a kid in the 90's. I think kids would enjoy them. Also you can see in the back of the figures there's something promoting Wolverine: Origins!
  16. Are you sure? http://www.hasbrotoyshop.com/ProductsByBra...820&SBR=726
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