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  1. I don't know how much any of these count as "shocking" omissions or how you'd qualify that, but these are the characters that I think are among the most popular/prevalent or iconic that don't have modern Marvel Legends figures. Biggest hero omissions (all classic comic book versions) Doctor Strange The Falcon Captain Marvel II (Monica Rambeau) She-Hulk Luke Cage Iron Fist Adam Warlock Gamora Giant Man or Goliath or Yellowjacket Captain Britain Biggest villain omissions (classic comic versions again) Ultron Kang the Conquerer Red Skull Mephisto Galactus The Mandarin The Mole Man M.O.D.O.K. Ronan the Accuser Annihilus
  2. Wow, I think I voted for... one of those sets. 🤕
  3. I can't see how anyone would vote for one of the horsemen and not all three, so if War got enough votes to make it, Famine and Pestilence were assured the same number of votes.
  4. This was tough to pick just ten, but... Asgardians Frightful Four Guardians of the Galaxy 3000 Legion of Monsters Marvel Cosmic Characters Masters of Evil Power Pack Serpent Society U-Foes West Coast Avengers
  5. Where is the option for Hypno-Hustler?!! Top top 10 from this list: Bagman Man-Wolf Namorita Rocket Racer Silvermane Speedball Spot Stegron Tarantula White Tiger
  6. Very, very happy to see this version of Moon Knight at last! Also lookin forward retro wave Spidey, Electro, and Green Goblin, plus War Machine and A.I.M. Soldier. I guess the only figures I'm skipping here are Apocalypse, Daredevil, and Gwen Stacy, unless I find her in the wild at a discounted price.
  7. Delivered today from Hasbro Pulse: The Leader, Mar-Vell, and my third Hydra soldier.
  8. I agree with just about every suggestion I've read so far because I definitely want more villain characters. If I had to narrow it down to the 15 I want the most, however... Ultron Kang the Conquerer - accessories: blaster pistol, blue semi-transparent shield/force field that snaps onto his wrist Princess Python - accessory: bendy-wire python that wraps around her in different configurations Skurge the Executioner - accessory: big-ass axe Red Skull - green Hydra uniform; accessories: pistol, Cosmic Cube Attuma Titania The Owl Gladiator (Daredevil villain) - accessories: wrist blades The Mole Man Deluxe or Bigger Annihilus (deluxe) Mephisto (deluxe) - 10-12 inches tall Titanium Man (deluxe) - 10 inches tall Galactus (giant) - 18-20 inches tall Nightmare (Rider) - comes with a black horse with red eyes and flame effects that attach to its nostrils
  9. Great topic! Lots of ideas I like already mentioned. Regular Figures Doctor Strange - classic; two different capes, one normal hanging down to his ankles and one blown out and flowing for when he's hovering/using his magic; lots of new magic effects; interchangeable hands (open, spell-casting, fists); Book of the Vishanti, Orb of Agamotto in stand; Eye of Agamotto amulet. Mole Man - classic; small stature between 4 and 5 inches tall; what makes him deluxe is he would include two or three Moloid creatures, slim figures built on the old 4 inch Marvel Universe figure molds Down the road, these Moloids could be re-released in multipacks as discounted army builders ala Hydra Soldier. Bigger Figures Goliath - classic Hank Pym blue and yellow costume; 10-12 inches tall Will add more later.
  10. Is it me, or is he too big? Shouldn't they have used the Ultimate Spider-Man/Miles Morales body mold or something?
  11. In the comics, the evil leader of the Deviants was Kro, but I don't think he lasted as a villain for long, and I don't see him being heavy enough for a main villain. I think the Celestials will play a part of the plot and we may even see a scene where they judge the Earth and hover over it with their godly ginormous size. But even the Celestials are too big, too detached to be the real villain face. I've suspected for a little while that Angelina Jolie's Thena will do a villain turn and betray the rest, possibly siding with the Deviants and Celestials to destroy the Earth, but that's only based on my feeling that Angelina Jolie has a kind of sinister look naturally.
  12. What do we think are the odds of this figure getting a re-release within a year or two without the brown jacket?
  13. Since there's no way to know yet if it's a comic character or a movie character, or which characters in the movie might suggest a larger scale BAF, I'm just gonna go ahead and toss out my Hail Mary speculation right here: It's a comic book Ronan the Accuser.
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