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  1. I think Mahershala Ali might abandon this project sooner or later, unless he's super invested into character and it's his dream to play him but at this point it's only taking valuable time and possibly harming his career by conflicting with other projects he might want to star in.
  2. Many Skull heads? Maybe Hasbro realized how lame it was to give us brand new Danny Ketch with the reuse of 9 year old Johnny Blaze head and we getting some set with numerous Ghost Rider heads? Or it could be Deadpool related as many claim.
  3. There's a lot of good about that movie but it has way too many characters, which makes it just too cluttered, I don't think there ever was a comic book movie with 10 new main characters without prior movies, it was an overkill. They should have cut the half and focus on ones who were integral to the plot and leave others for possible future sequels.
  4. Hasbro making all Eternals right away was weirdest decision, it was unknown and risky property and even for hotter properties it took us years to get other MCU figures like Quicksilver and we still don’t have Scarlet Witch in her Age of Ultron costume, from the start the most movie waves were half comics and if eternals wave ended up half comics with interesting baf it would have been far better seller. ToyBiz and their female figures are whole other can of worms, everyone agrees that they could never make a normal looking female figures even if their livelihoods dependent on it, this trend continued into dark days of Hasbro but they slowly managed to improve. But I do believe there was considerable and somewhat irreversible damage done by ToyBiz; ugly female figures pegwarming in mass created notion that female figures don’t sell in general, especially among retailers, which totally ignored the reason why they didn’t sell, I really wanted Scarlet Witch figure but I just couldn’t justify buying her ToyBiz figure that was this ugly and I’m sure this way the case with other collectors.
  5. And to this day it’s one of the few ToyBiz figures that still costs around $40-60.
  6. I appreciate both sculpts but for some reason I always had preference towards old ToyBiz Legends version, it somehow feels more like Man thing and even junky proportionality and articulation of ToyBiz helps that case, meanwhile Hasbro ones are more mass steroid monsters without any lankiness and hunched postured as if Hulk is cosplaying Man Thing, which isn't inherently inaccurate to some comics but too far away from my idea of Man-Thing.
  7. Agreed, some might think it inconsequential but new boots would have given Vision and Angel true premium feel, they are already good figures but could have been truly great.
  8. This is third figure along with Vision and Angel that came out this year on Vulcan mold and has boots with triangle/pointy design, which are evidently very common in comics which makes perfect case why not sculpting new boots was a wasted opportunity, not only would it look super clean and neat, they could have gotten a lot of reuse from it for decade to come.
  9. I would applaud Hasbro if they attempted to give Skar double jointed elbows, and Hasbro proved twice it’s possible with first Avengers Hulk and Endgame Hulk. They could also potentially reuse that whole body for more simplistic cartoon retro Rhino.
  10. I could see Lockjaw as solitary deluxe set more like Modok style or maybe even Mojo style pack with Crystal, Trigon and Gorgon, on another hand such long awaited and fan favorite character could be good reason for the BAF, packaging such massive figure piece by piece wouldn't be easy but I think that's doable.
  11. It seems like this will be exactly the same as first two movies, likeable Tom Hardy in semi entertaining movie that really doesn't even try to tap the potential of the franchise and acts like average mid 2000s movie, and no I don't mean that Venom necessarily needs to crossover with Spidey to be interesting but there's a lot they could do even in Spiderless universe.
  12. Thank you for this opportunity! It will be super handy with upcoming Mondo's Rogue figure. Good lucky to everyone with the next contest and big Thanks to JayC and MarvelousNews.
  13. Nope, they do kinda have similar look and maybe they had same working base in digital sculpting application at some point but it's two different sculpts.
  14. This figure is almost perfect, I say almost because for the first time in Legends history they managed to make crotch piece look like a diaper thanks to high cut torso swivel placement, it really ruins perfection this figure is, you can of course easily argue you gonna have this figure posed and all that but still this doesn't excuse why such mind boggling decision was made, It gives me 70s high waisted jeans vibe....
  15. It looks real nice, that old face off Hulk had its undeniable charm that looks good to this day, too bad they didn't give him fists...
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