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  1. 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?
  2. 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.
  3. Maybe I read your comment incorrectly, but the plastic in marvel legends packaging is marked with a 1 for PET, just like water bottles. It's the most frequently and easily recycled plastic in the world.
  4. Maybe Hasbro could just ban plastic straws instead. That's the magic bullet. If there were no plastic straws global warming would reverse, endangered species would be saved, extinct species would be resurrected and so would all our dead pets and relatives that we loved, and cancer would be cured.
  5. I generally don't collect MOC, although there are exceptions, but it's really QC that's the reason I try to avoid buying online when I can. If Hasbro could guarantee that no Mister Sinister figure would have a laterally bent elbow or have paint rubbed off the diamonds on his chest and head, I would have no problems.
  6. I mean, I buy model kits once in a while, and those usually can't be seen before the box is opened, but that's very different from Marvel action figures or Transformers.
  7. And when was that? Because there is a huge contingent of people who refuse to buy sight unseen.
  8. Who knows? Something a lot of folks seem to be ignoring is right in the Deadline article but keeps getting left out: It says that Sony didn't just walk away after Disney said they wanted to share financing and profits instead of extend the existing deal, like Sony had asked for. Sony made at least one counter-offer, but Disney wouldn't budge. This notion that Sony wasn't even trying to negotiate is just untrue.
  9. They were in much worse shape in 2011, when they sold the merchandising rights, than they are now. This is also a reason that they would not be thinking about selling the rights back to Disney unless things were dire, and things are from from dire right now. Because Disney owns the merchandising rights, Sony has missed out on billions of dollars in revenue. Every property they have would have to tank, and the electronics and video game divisions probably would, too, for them to consider selling Spider-Man completely.
  10. Glass. The new packages will be made of glass. Otherwise, how would anyone see what's inside if they get rid of plastic?
  11. Which means Disney is already getting 50% or more of the revenue from these movies. And I can guarantee that Disney, when they said they wanted 50% of the profits and would put up 50% of the financing, they DID NOT offer Sony 50% of the merchandising, otherwise it would have been mentioned in every article. And honestly, I think if they had, Sony would have said yes.
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