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  1. I'd prefer they stick with the thigh cut out of the two choices. I like the poseability and the aesthetic doesn't really bother me.
  2. Right? It's weird no Whiplash/Blacklash yet what with him kind of being featured in Iron Man 2. Plus he's a Cincinnati kid. Represent!
  3. Yeah, that's kind of my point. His mouth and nose in particular look like a Mark Bagley drawing to me, and there's no reason why it should. Maybe it's just me, though.
  4. If it were my call, I'd give priority to an alternate short hair head over unmasked. I think I just don't care for the head and hair sculpt overall. The facial features look kind of heavy and Bagleyesque. Bagley is absolutely the man, but the style feels cartoonish and mismatched to the character to me. And his hair lays kind of heavy, chunky, and flat. I think Bucky needs a better conditioner. I would have preferred something closer to the below.
  5. Well, the subscription services model has its own growing pains to go through yet. Folks just aren't going to pay for six, ten, or twenty services. I know I'm not. But in this case, I was thinking more of a rent-or-purchase option available across the major services. So I could rent Black Widow for around the price of a movie ticket for 24 hours on its scheduled opening day, or pay $10 more and just own the thing digitally. Frankly, I don't know anything about the financial workings of the movie industry, so I hope I'm not coming off like I think do. I have no idea how tenable the above scenario is. It's just that I'm starting to close in on 40 years old now and have noticed that my twenty-something friends do not care about real-life in-person social experiences the way I do. A lot of them won't order a pizza over the phone if the website isn't working. They'll just choose a different restaurant. It's that intimidating to them. And frankly, I'm getting older and crankier myself. I've no desire to have to deal with a child ruining a movie for me because his parents are horrible. I don't see people fighting very hard to keep that old going-to-the-movies experience alive over the next couple of decades.
  6. Not that I'm anxious to see movie theaters go the way of the dinosaurs (I'm very much not), but it's pretty much where we're pointed anyway. So many folks have a 56" (and bigger), 1080p (and higher) TV screen with surround sound that, considering the inconvenience of the public facilities, it's a nicer experience to watch movies in the home anyway. I don't often get to a theater these days to see non-Marvel movies, but I was there at least once a week in high school (mid-to-late 90's). And the last time I was in a theater for a non-Marvel movie, which happened to be last weekend, I had to tell the twelve (twelve!) year-old kid next to me to STAAHHHP acting up because his grandparents couldn't be bothered. So I guess I'm that guy now. This would be an interesting experiment: release a huge blockbuster event movie straight to home digital release, bypassing the theaters entirely, and see what happens, financially.
  7. Man, I'd trip over myself to pick this one up if he was done well. They'd have to get the armor right on the arms and legs though. The latest release looks great. I bought him and I love him, but it's not the Doom I've been waiting for.
  8. You're not. It's bothering me, too. Folks seem determined to misunderstand you and make this a politicized argument about cup size. Without weighing in on that issue, her chest circumference is almost the same as her waist. It looks glaringly bad to me. I also would have made the jewel clasp on her cape and the gold ring on her midriff a little bigger, but those are, admittedly, stylization choices that I disagree with. The torso is objectively wrong. I'm on the fence with her. I've waited for so long to see her in this uniform and parts of it are great, including the legs, head, and face. I would hope they get her gauntlet color correct before production as well. As is, she's the biggest ML disappointment for me in a while. I wonder how much they could, or are willing to, adjust at this point?
  9. I'm loving the sculpt, but the difference in color between the trunk and the limbs really bothers me.
  10. Lol. Well, he's a man with swords for hands. What would such a man do when nature calls? Serisously though, he's such a cool visual and, with the right casting, could make a really memorable kung-fu/action movie villain, like Chong-Li in Bloodsport. I'm thinking Han from Enter: The Dragon with his knife claw gimmick meets the recurring hench-leiutennant that always gets the best death scene in the movie.
  11. Anybody else really hoping for Razor-Fist to make his MCU debut? He's so over-the-top, I can't help it. Plus, I really need the age-old question about him answered.
  12. I reckon these are standalone fan channel exclusive releases separate and apart from the vintage Spidey wave, similar to the recent black uniform Storm and grey Beast.
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