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  1. That's not a Marvel Legends Deadpool, that's the Mezco One:12 Collective Deadpool.
  2. The "6.3 inch" detail in the solicitation is something MAFEX includes in every figure solicitation, no matter their actual height. They said the same thing for Gwenpool, but she turned out appropriately short (little over 5 and a half inches). So I have no doubt this Wolverine will be appropriately scaled.
  3. I reeeally wish Hasbro could've made the necks separate pieces like they've been doing in Star Wars: The Black Series, if only so we could interchange the necks between figures; the Binary figure doesn't look right when it has the masked head on because it has the bare neck, and to a much lesser extent, the normal non-jacket Captain Marvel we get in the actual wave (as well as the Starforce Captain Marvel Target exclusive) looks a bit off with the neck being covered even when wearing the unmasked head.
  4. I'm guessing this'll be a Hot Toys take on Punisher's recent turn in the War Machine armor. Wonder if for an unhelmeted head they'll use a Jon Bernthal head or go more generic, comic-style for the head.
  5. Correct, specifically from Frank Miller's run; as with the show's adaptation of it, it represents Matt before he formed the persona of "Daredevil".
  6. He came from Gwenpool, specifically at least issue #5. EDIT: Whoops, meant issue 18.
  7. I'm talking entirely about the vintage waves and how they almost entirely reuse parts and don't make new sculpts or modify previous ones, to a far greater extent than normal waves. Of course this year's Mysterio and Omega Red had new unique parts, they weren't in a vintage wave. These vintage waves seem to be a way to basically get out classic versions of characters inexpensively with more reused parts than normal, at least partly to free up a little bit of space in normal waves for more obscure characters or different costumes for characters. That's why last year's vintage wave's Black Widow reused the TRU 2-pack Mary Jane head, why this year's Wasp reused Domino's head, why this year's Ant-Man reused the Walgreens Black Ant head, and so on. EDIT: actually, just realized that Vintage Punisher uses the rocket launcher from GOTG Vol. 2 Drax, so, even that's reuse.
  8. Iron Man used tooling for slimmer boots and gloves that was shown off at a convention way back in, like, 2010 for a version that was made for Iron Man 2 or the Iron Man line that followed but ended up not being released, and when the figure was eventually released in 2012 it used thicker boots and gloves; this figure just gave us the boots and gloves that were obviously already tooled for but never released. The Punisher might have entirely newly sculpted the rocket launcher, as I can not find a time it was used before, but I'm not entirely sure about that. Panther is basically the pink-lined Vibranium Panther Walmart exclusive from 2017 (yes, they released 2 Walmart exclusive Black Panthers that year) just painted all black, including the head sculpt. So, the only even possibly new tooling was the rocket launcher for Punisher.
  9. This actually uses no parts from the adult Peter. Not only does that have sculpted weblines all over the body (and even on the parts that both costumes have the weblines, the webs don't match), but also, the adult Peter has much more defined musculature, more in line with the McFarlane art style that one is replicating as opposed to the Gurihiru art style this adult Miles is based on. Compare the included picture with the above pics. Basically, it seems it was done for no other reason than to continue on with the Gurihiru-style/Gwenpool-based figures they've been doing, including Deadpool.
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