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  1. It's not just the Midwest. I'm in TN and I share your curiosity. Back in November I picked up the only Nova I've seen in the wild, but I have yet to spot Quasar or Binary. In fact, walk into any Walgreens near me and it's just an action figure wasteland. Quasar I can live without, but I really want Binary and Zemo.
  2. Tigra arrived from Dorkside this morning. Overall, she's fantastic, but that orange is really vibrant. I don't hate it, as she certainly stands out on the shelf. I'd have preferred slightly more contrast between the body fur and her hair, though. The double pinless knees are great. No warping or gumminess. She holds her poses very well.
  3. Huh. I'll give this a go. I found last year's Doctor Strange entry in Marvel's The End series to be a pretty decent read. I'm curious if they intend to expand on that, or if this is a different tale altogether. I'm guessing the latter. As I understand it, those The End comics are only "possible" endings for certain characters, so not necessarily in continuity, as it were. Besides, reading about how Stephen Strange ends up where that story begins doesn't sound very epic. Not to besmirch it, or anything. Like I say, it was a pleasant read.
  4. Blergh. I was hoping a 3-feet-tall Galactus would be the initial Marvel Legends HasLab project. Sigh... Hopefully whatever Sentinel they end up offering gets enough backing to make Galactus something I can still hope for...in 5 years... 😞
  5. I'd bite on that Galactus, for sure. He really doesn't need much articulation. For me it'd be a matter of scale, sculpt detail, and paint apps. To be 1:12 scale he'd need to be approximately 29" tall, at least (based on some quick-and-dirty math). I'm pretty sure the rotocast figs you refer to were 31 inches tall, so that works. I would want some some swap-able parts – fists vs. gesturing hands, maybe interchangeable portraits (one neutral, one menacing). If not Galactus, then I'd be down for something X-Men related at 1:12 scale. A Danger Room playset would be amazing, especially if it were modular/configurable.
  6. Ha! Glad to know someone else shares this sentiment. Nothing against Lee, or anything, but if I'm not mistaken John Byrne was the first to depict Beast in his furry, blue, Speedo-clad state. No? Frankly, I'm just glad they didn't go with cat-face Beast. Not a fan of that look. I may have already.
  7. I'll play, too, though it was hard to narrow this down to just 10... Nightcrawler * (classic black/red/white costume) Firestar Toad Mr. Sinister Pyro Emma Frost Banshee Avalanche Dani Moonstar Beast * * articulation needs to be off the charts I have many more I could add. Maybe we need a "Top 20" most wanted list.
  8. Well done, sir! Say, do you have a pattern you could share for the cape? Or a link to a tutorial? Google searches haven't borne much fruit. I'm considering making wired capes for a few of my Legends. Thanks.
  9. Agreed. Wholeheartedly! I'm also down for any of the following: Nightcrawler (classic black/red/white outfit), Mystique (classic), Emma Frost (classic-ish), Angel/Archangel (any version), Firestar (OMG, please!), Professor X (any version where he's still crippled, no Astral Plane or post-SW/Starjammers), Quicksilver (preferably classic-ish, to match the Scarlet Witch from a couple years ago), Banshee. I'd also love to see more New Mutants – in almost any iteration, really. Maybe a box set of the original group in their black/yellow outfits? Should be relatively easy to pull off with only a few basic body sculpts and unique heads for each, yeah? Oh, and a status update on that purported Sentinel: Lots o' dreaming going on here, I know...
  10. I thought the same about some from the last set. I see some Widows still hanging around, but for the most part, what few ever hit my area were snatched up fairly quickly. Even tiny-head IM.
  11. Oh I am digging that Wasp (with Mini Hombre Hormiga!), for sure! Love the W in her costume.
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