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  1. I'm a little concerned that Hot Toys may be jumping to PS5 Spideys without getting to the rest of the (or at least more of the notable) PS4 Spidey looks. It was ridiculously important to Howard Chan to make every Iron Man suit that showed up for a split second on screen in IM3, but it kinda seems like he's got Spider-Man ADD or is moving on. Who knows? Maybe I'm wrong.

  2. 1 hour ago, watanabefan said:

    Blackbird or Quinjet

    A Quinjet is roughly half the size (mainly length) of the Blackbird, so it'd be a much more likely candidate, coming in around 3'-5' long whereas the Blackbird would be 6'-7' feet long. Even if they fudged it to five feet, that's still probably too much for both Hasbro and even many of the most ardent ML collectors to handle.

  3. 5 hours ago, JayC said:

    Below is a look at Dwight showing off the upcoming Haslab Marvel Legends Sentinel during Thursdays pre-Hasbro Fest live-stream as well as some new package images posted by Hasbro's Ryan Ting. Check out the images below.

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    Haslab-Sentinel 2.jpg

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    Missing the piping and cables and such around the abdomen. I'm sure it's just a sample, tho, so no real worries.

  4. 45 minutes ago, Lord_Scareglow said:

    Russell Crowe, Oh I bet hes an actor in one of the play scenes, have you seen ol' Russel these days? he's pretty damn huge, go watch Unhinged, he's a hefty man, too bad Volstagg is dead because he'd be a great for him.

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    I don't know what super hero he'd be playing 😞

    Since it's a bit late in the game anyway, maybe he is just voicing a character like Beta Ray Bill like RyanDaly and monron999 said or maybe Throg.

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    30 minutes ago, Benn said:

    Again, it doesn't sound like it was a decision. Maryland very likely compelled them to close.

    Maryland didn't compel them to close. Diamond was forced to close. And It would have been illegal for them to resume operations within the state while Governor Hogan's stay-at-home order prohibited them from doing so.

  6. 1 hour ago, Benn said:

    it may not even have been their choice (I'm not sure what Baltimore policies were early in the pandemic, but they wouldn't have been able to continue operating legally here in Philly)

    Baltimore doesn't really matter, because non-essential businesses were required to shutdown across the entire state of Maryland for a while there at the start of the pandemic.

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