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  1. Terrible news but why are we pretending that it’s all Sony’s fault ? Both parties are acting greedy, but it’s Disney who didn’t want to extend existing deal.
  2. Toybiz version definitely holds up after so many years, this again proves that Toybiz really knew what they were doing. However, Hasbro version looks cleaner and more cartoon accurate. Most importantly unlike Toybiz one Hasbro version has correct cape and wrist swivel. I honestly cannot decide which version is truly better. So far I don’t see reason for upgrade, I do lean towards more stoic Toybiz face though, at this point anyway.
  3. I would say tha Hasbro is mostly superior to Toybiz, As mentioned it’s really short figure, which I guess it due to pizza spidey mold having really short legs and super long torso, so with all new torso it turned out short, at least short compared to other marvel legends, even Mary Jane figure had longer legs than pizza spidey. But Kurt was never a tall guy, I think he’s around 5’9 so it does work after all but it would be superior in all ways if only figure had toe articulation.
  4. Animated Morph figure would be pretty cool to see, you could give him like 5 heads including his own (evil and normal one).
  5. That rocket looks really cool, this whole line much better than hasbro’s basic offerings.
  6. It’s almost perfect Cap, however, as mentioned in review, white inner plastic of the bicep is visible in certain angles, as well as the fact that blue scale sleeves aren’t long enough, at least from what I seen they usually should end on the same level as torso scales. I know it’s extreme nitpicking, but as someone who loves cap this def seems like an eyesore.
  7. Well one thing is for sure, Hasbro has far less quality issues with breakage compared to other producers. However, they do look cheap at times, like infinity war Iron man or far from home Spider-Man, but they also improve take for example two pack infinity Iron man.
  8. Looks like an amazing figure, much needed update to older Toybiz Storm with tiny head, however, it’s worth mentioning that Toybiz figure had better costume detail. Real issues is that I can’t get over the gap figure has between head and hair line, it really bothers me, albeit it can be probably easily fixed with re glueing.
  9. At this point If line will continue doing as well, I am sure we gonna see almost everyone by the 2040. Ofc we won’t get characters that are nsfw, but there’s ways to do them too.
  10. Well at least now we know that visuals will be good, but I hope they will come up with better and more exciting story than the first.
  11. Grizzly could be the baf, along with White Rabbit, he’s one of those weirder spidey villains and will be easier to do using Sasquatch\Wendigo or even Beast body parts.
  12. Well, I would not object if some bigger build a figures were split into 2 waves, considering how many waves are released close together this wouldn’t be a problem for collectors.
  13. Even White Rabbit’s creator, J.M. DeMatteis, was surprised that she got an action figure, however she was very frequent guest in modern Spidey comics so she ain’t that obscure. I also assume she gonna be mostly used for Emma Frost customs that will drive demand for her. As for another reveal, I wish they would go with new Superior Spider-Man instead of Octopus, especially with that non bendable tentacle situation, it’s shameful that Ultimate Spider-Man animated series doc ock figure from hasbro had wired tentacles but legends figures cannot have it for some reason.
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