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  1. Exactly. Kingpin should have be the size of that Thing figure, and the Thing should have been a little bit shorter than the Bucky Cap-based figures.
  2. I will never stop beating this drum: The Kingpin figure(s) should not scale out to 7 1/2" tall. I love the figure by itself, but he looks too damn big with the other Spiderman and Daredevil characters. He should be the same height as Tombstone. Which reminds me...Tombstone is too short. Both of them should be about as tall as the "Jim Lee" Cable. Both should be all new. And if they made Tombstone in a suit, Hasbro could a tall suited body to work with.
  3. Same. Disney tried to change things up, and it sounds like they probably shouldn't have.
  4. I don't think any of these are changed since the last time I did one of these. 1. Enigma 2. Multiple Man (X-Factor Investigations) 3. Scourge of the Underworld (classic) 4. Agent Carter (red hat and blue dress from TV show) 5. Squirrel Girl (US Avengers)
  5. I would hope that, too, and @Jmacq1 is right that doing that could be a potential momentum killer, but can we honestly say that every decision the Marvel team has made for this Haslab campaign has made total sense?
  6. Dan Yun has an interview/chat with Unparalleled Universe tonight. Maybe he'll make the announcement there.
  7. Given more time to process today's reveals, I'm wondering what the chances are that we'll get a "Regenesis" Sinister based on Morlun's body.
  8. If those are supposed to be obliques, I wish they'd improve the shape. They don't look particularly natural. Way too circular. I think they look a good deal better on the Kate Bishop body than on Shriek or Frankie. Edit: they might look better on Shriek than Frankie. Bit hard to tell with the belt and the paint. I'll reserve judgement for now.
  9. I wish I could agree with you. The belt kinda hides it, but Shriek has two weird round spots right above the hips. They're more apparent on Frankie Raye, which I assume shares the same body.
  10. Maybe it's just the lighting or something, but that Surfer actually looks less shiny than the last one. I didn't think they'd be making a vac-plated one (can chip and flake too easily, especially with articulation), but man...
  11. Keeping Galactus at the same price point with the same 14,000 backer threshold, two things would have moved it faster: -Including Frankie Raye with Galactus, like they did with Bastion and the Senintel. -Waiting until Sentinels had shipped before putting up the Galactus Haslab.
  12. Wait...that was supposed to be Arishem in the trailer? Why does he have Eson's head?
  13. The hand has six of those...I have no idea what they're called, whereas Morbius has five. They appear to be diamond shaped (Morlun), and not round (Morbius). The hand appears to be fully painted and lacks gray claws, which animated Morbius should definitely have, and which Morlun would not (yes, I know Morlun sometimes has claws, but they aren't gray). So unless Hasbro really messed up, the hand belongs to Morlun and not Morbius.
  14. You're partially mistaken. Like many stars, her contract included a back end deal, where she would receive a cut of the profits after the movie grossed a certain amount at the box office, which releasing the movie on Disney+ prevented, as this cut into theater revenue. Her representatives sought assurances in advance that the movie would be released exclusively in theaters. "In response, Marvel Chief Counsel Dave Galluzzi promised a traditional theatrical bow, while adding 'We understand that should the plan change, we would need to discuss this with you and come to an understanding as the deal is based on a series of (very large) box office bonuses.'" When her people reached out again to renegotiate after learning the movie would premiere on Disney+ and in theaters simultaneously, Marvel and Disney were apparently "unresponsive." This is all in the Variety and Wall Street Journal articles
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