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  1. Updated my list to include two waves and two multi-packs Spider-Man wave 1 - Rhino build-a-figure Spider-Girl (May Parker) Spider-Man 2099 - classic Speedball - classic/New Warriors Electro - classic The Lizard - classic Ditko/first appearance version, more humanoid Rocket Racer Rhino - classic, more like The Thing in size than the ginormous BAF from before Spider-Man wave 2 - Stegron build-a-figure Spider-Man (Peter B. Parker from Into the Spider-Verse; sweat pants and potbelly) - credit to Mad Bubbler above for this idea! Spider-Man (Miles Morales from Into the Spider-Verse; costume with jacket and hoodie from the "Whats Up Danger" scene) Nova - classic New Warriors Tarantula Hypno-Hustler Cardiac Stegron Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends Multipack Spider-Man Firestar Iceman The Enforcers Multipack Montana Fancy Dan Ox
  2. These were the first examples I thought of; Mr. Fantastic and Kamala with tons of elongated or enlarged body parts. I also think a few Fantastic Four rogues could fit in with this. Mole Man with two Moloid creatures that are about the size of a 4 inch Marvel Universe figure. The Red Ghost with his super-apes. Green Goblin with a larger glider and improved pumpkin bombs and effects.
  3. So, some of these figures have already come out as Marvel Legends, but I missed them and now they're too expensive. Spider-Girl (May Parker) Spider-Man 2099 Ultimate Spider-Man (Miles Morales) - can't decide if I want the comic version or the Into the Spider-Verse one. Electro - classic Tarantula Black Cat Green Goblin - needs a revamp with brighter, more vibrant colors; also, give him a bigger more substantial glider in place of a BAF piece BAF. Rhino - scaled more classically/realistically, like The Thing instead of like the Hulk and Juggernaut.
  4. I wonder how many people were voting specifically for the MCU Surtur or for a comic based version, or if that distinction even occurred to anyone.
  5. I love this idea as I am a fan of both the classic '70s Marvel horror books as well as the '90s "Midnight Sons" era, which is more of a guilty pleasure since the quality was... ehh... Anyway, I would maybe swap out the Spider-Man related characters for the '90s Blade and Lilith, the Mother of Demons. N'Kantu, the Living Mummy, is another taller-than-average character who could possibly be a BAF.
  6. Wait, by this logic, does that mean we have to wait 79 years to get a 2099 wave?!!
  7. I would love a Firestar figure as both part of Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends as well as the New Warriors series. She also joined the Avengers during the Busiek/Perez run in the late β€˜90s, so there are lots of places for her. I would like Hasbro to finish up the New Warriors Cast they started with Night Thrasher, so maybe Firestar could be in a Spider-Man wave along with Speedball or Nova.
  8. Voted for Bill Foster, Frost Giant, Galactus, and Sentinel.
  9. I also want a Black Goliath BAF this year so we can all appreciate that glorious ab window!
  10. I mean, if Hasbro was gun-shy they could even include the comic book Iron Spider version of Spider-Man with a bunch of Iron Man characters to make it a stealth Iron Man wave. πŸ˜‰
  11. Unless they did a full Iron Man wave, which I think there is plenty of interest in.
  12. It's tough to project desirable build-a-figures because it requires an entire wave's worth of figures I want and so far that has never, ever been the case. However, some larger scale characters I would love to get figures of include: Annihilus Blastaar Titanium Man Ulik the Troll (I know he was already released in the box set) Stilt-Man Orka
  13. Interestingly, two of my favorite female heroes in Marvel's stable, Spider-Woman and She-Hulk, were created in for the comics just to beat TV shows to the punch (same for Batgirl). Regarding the new costume. I'm not a fan at all. Jessica Drew's classic costume first designed by Marie Severin and perfected (I think) by Carmine Infantino (who gave her the long black hair) is one of my favorite superhero costumes. I love the boldness of the red and yellow with the thick black lines on her chest and around her eyes, plus the web wings. This new look does nothing for me.
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