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  1. They for sure need to invest in a taller, slender buck for cases like these. They similarly screwed the pooch on Loki.
  2. Classic, please, with the flared boots and gloves. I also want the Avengers version, but the classic takes precedent. I contend that The Invisible Woman in her blue & black uniform should have come with an alternate Crystal head. I know Crystal's blue & black FF uniform had her own little flourishes, but they're not, to my mind, significant enough to make a whole new figure. I don't think I'd have much interest in any of the other looks posted. Also, I hate Crystal with short hair.
  3. Congratulations, dude! I hereby award you a virtual merit badge for your fist ever build-a-figure. May he be followed by many more to come! I'm raising a Bulleit to your Super Skrull right now. I'm always looking for excuses anyway.
  4. I snagged one. It's just too good-looking of a figure. Maybe I'll unload my grey one once I have her. Little known fact about She-Hulk: when she gets really angry, the part in her hair switches sides.
  5. Maybe he was just eating a lot of carrots at the time. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carotenosis) Hasbro, you've managed to make me super-stoked about a Moira MacTaggert figure. My hat is off to you. I really do think she's the highlight of the set. I'm disappointed in the Marvel Girl, though. I can't for the life of me understand what happened with those boots/feet. They had plenty of pre-existing options to choose from. Why in the world wouldn't they just use the Gwen Stacy legs or whatever? Is there something I'm missing? I hate her head, too. Moira's expression (with gla
  6. I had to go with Quasar #3 (Avengers). It's how I knew him first and best, which, admittedly, is not super well. If I'm reading Quasar in a comic book, it's usually a guest appearance kind of thing. I would put Quasar #4 (Annihilators) in second place, followed by Quasar #1. I definitely want all three of those figures, though. The Captain Marvel-inspired look is a cool design, but just kind of halfway between a bunch of other costumes to my eye, and doesn't do much for me. I would be in for a Marvel Boy as well, but I'd want it to be Bob Grayson. Hey, Hasbro, here's a challenge
  7. "Dang it! I forgot to move my laundry over to the dryer and my only shirt is still too wet to wear, but it has also happened that someone just ate the last of the potatoes so I should take this empty potato sack outside to the trash can. Hmm..."
  8. Well what do you wear and smoke while falling asleep reading James Joyce?
  9. Well now don't forget that the blue & yellow is what he was wearing in X-Men (1991) issues 1-3, with that number one issue (probably) being the #1 selling single-issue comic book of all time. That's certainly some fine exposure! Remember also that not everyone first met Banshee in a comic book. Some became aware of him through trading cards, action figures, animation, etc. And while he wore green & yellow in the animated series, his original Toybiz figure was blue & yellow. His trading cards in the 90s celebrated blue & yellow. It's what he wore for "X-Tinction Agenda".
  10. Great poll! I landed on X-Force 1. I'm really looking forward to filling out the rest of the initial(ish) team lineup. After that, in no particular order, there are only three more Siryns that I would want: First Appearance, Muir Island X-Men, and X-Force 3. And it should go without saying, but we need screaming and non-screaming heads with each release.
  11. Once I noticed the molded belly button in his armor, it's all I can look at. He must shop at the same place as Schumacher's Batman. Gorgeous figure.
  12. I'm giving 50/50 odds on soft goods or hard plastic for the flight panels. I'll cite the recent giant-size Storm's cape, Spide-Woman's underarm webbing, and Black Bolt's wings as precedent. I think soft goods is probably the way they should go, but I wouldn't be completely floored if they did hard plastic.
  13. I voted for classic green & yellow. I think it's unquestionably the most urgently needed. The figure should come with three heads in total: screaming; neutral; and his helmeted, Factor Three look. After that one's in the can, the blue & yellow Muir Island uniform is a close second for me, followed more distantly by the Generation X uniform and then his Age of Apocalypse uniform. Heads should be swappable across all four versions of the character to offer collectors plenty of options for display. The classic heads (aside from the Factor Three one) should have that 1970's feathe
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