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  1. Back in September Dwight said Hasbro would be open to doing some Marvel Legends figures for the movie if it were a hit. https://www.screengeek.net/2018/09/18/hasbro-marvel-legends-interview/ I think it's possible we'll see a movie Venom figure with some actual effort put into it next year.
  2. Binary is an easy pass for me, but the Doctor Minerva head on the Starforce one looks really good.
  3. So this is the green Captain Marvel with the Minn-Erva head Rektangular leaked a while back. That's odd. Just about everything he leaked has come true except the classic Ms. Marvel with the alternate Moonstone head he claimed we were getting.
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    Very cool.
  5. Cap is too easy for them not to do since it'd just be a new face-printed Chris Evans head on the Winter Soldier Cap body. The Shuri teased from before will also likely be in this wave. We're definitely getting the new War Machine armor since Hasbro skipped over him last movie. Rektangular also leaked many months ago there is going to be some kind of two-pack with Nebula and Ant-Man in their Quantum Realm uniforms.
  6. watanabefan

    Marvel ultimate alliance 3

    Nintendo published the game, so it's a case of it probably not existing at all if it wasn't gonna be a Switch exclusive. This was likely a compromise since the upcoming Square Enix Avengers game probably won't run on the Switch, so giving them their own exclusive title kept Nintendo happy.
  7. Interesting to see it listed Shuri as also missing. I don't remember seeing her get disintegrated.
  8. The most surprising thing is that Rektangular reported there would be a classic Ms. Marvel with a Dark Ms. Marvel/Moonstone alternate head. He's been spot on with almost all of his other leaks this year, so it's weird if that doesn't end up being the case here.
  9. He's gonna rock this. If anyone's questioning whether or not he can play a bad guy, check him out in Nightcrawler. He's chilling.
  10. No. But given what I've witnessed of your posts and your endless, hyper focused babbling on that particular topic, yes, I'm going to call it a conspiracy theory. That's perfect because I ain't reading your manifesto, LMAO. Save it for Alex Jones' site. *Yawns* Already addressed. Try reading before you write your next novel. Nope. Disney does the scanning for a database of likenesses quite commonly and it's increasingly become the case for big movies.: https://www.dailydot.com/parsec/prop-shop-3d-model-star-wars-replicas/
  11. That actually sounds entirely reasonable. These sorts of projects have master design documents containing images of all the actors in costume that go out for merchandising well in advance. That's why you'll often find examples of figures that have costume inaccuracies vs. the finished product; they're working off material given over to the merchandisers at a relatively early stage in filming, and thus can't account for changes made as the production progresses. They'd have plenty of images and publicity photos to work off of when creating likenesses. Look at it like this: Hasbro is using the real face printing tech on the Clone Trooper figures in The Black Series. Do you think they're calling in Temura Morrison to fly into Hasbro HQ and do a new round of photos every time they want to make a new action figure based on one of his characters? It's actually infinitely easier in this case; the entire wave contains about two new figures; the rest were all repaints or head swaps of bodies that had already been sculpted and tooled from previous waves. The only 100 percent brand new character near as I can tell is the BAF, possibly Klaue. Even Killmonger reuses parts from Netflix Punisher and the previous two-pack Killmonger, in addition to a unique torso. I'm certainly more apt to believe people who actually worked on it vs. conspiracy theorists complaining about agendas.
  12. watanabefan

    Most Wanted Comic Figures?

    I have a feeling we'll be getting a comic Shang-Chi in a Spider-Man wave sometime relatively soon.
  13. Black Panther got a second wave on the back of strong sales of the first wave, coupled with the fact that the movie set the box office on fire and became a global phenomenon, as well as the fact that it had a bunch of characters who quickly became fan favorites that were not included in the first wave (M'Baku, Shuri, Klaw, Dora Milaje army builders, ect.). They said as much at Comic-Con, that the success took Hasbro by surprise and they decided to put together a second "emergency" wave in time for Christmas, because nobody knew how big Black Panther was gonna blow up. Unless Captain Marvel does similar numbers, I doubt we're getting a second wave, especially when it doesn't look like there are gonna be as many "toyetic" supporting characters.

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