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  1. I'm good with this, but one nitpick: for somebody who finally found family in her Avengers team, it seems an awful lot like Natasha already had one. Or maybe she just never felt that way about her comrades the way Alexei does.
  2. It likely wouldn't fit. Stan's torso looks much narrower than the one used for Cyclops.
  3. Legacy Rogue is my #1 most wanted figure. Boog Nice asked Dwight about making this version of Rogue at New York Comic Con, and I believe Dwight's exact words were, "I definitely want to get this version of Rogue out to you," so here's hoping that's soon. Others: -Scourge of the Underworld -Enigma (Aikku Jokinen) -Bradstreet Punisher redo -US Avengers Squirrel Girl (I get the feeling this was a one and done character, which sucks, 'cause I kinda hate the scooter figure) -TV Agent Carter with the blue dress and red hat -Modern Hepzibah -Comic Ultron -Morlun
  4. Lego Spider-Man Noir has a fedora on the box but the example minifig appears to be wearing a cowboy hat.
  5. Makes sense with Kevin Feige taking over all of Marvel creatively, him never having gave a $#!% about television (yes, I know he's taking over the Disney + shows), and this being something overseen by Jeph Loeb who is leaving and is someone with whom Feige never got along.
  6. Saw this guy in New York, and he looked great. I had no idea there'd be so many display options.
  7. Much happier with Stan as a standalone figure than a BAF. Am I the only one who wants an old Steve Rogers head to go with an extra?
  8. Picking two because while technically released, only one person in the world was able to get the first figure and that's X-Men Legacy Rogue, slated for 2013's Puck wave and cancelled at the last minute for reasons that have never been explained. Considering that Hasbro's female bodies and headsculpts have improved dramatically over the last six years, and considering how the original figure turned out, it's cancellation might have been a blessing in disguise, and hopefully Hasbro takes another shot at it. The second and, I guess, my true redo pick would be the "Bradstreet" Punisher from the Nemesis wave in 2007. Its very early Hasbro Legends body sucks by today's standards, and the headsculpt, while not at all bad, wasn't all that great, either.
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