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  1. I'm sorry but we need way to many a list characters like a Classic Thor. I don't get why we are getting a D-list back up Spider Man character. Is it because he is getting a terrible Sony pictures movie that will bomb at the box office?
  2. I also understand why Iron Man is getting a wave based on the 90s toy line and the popularity of classic carded figures. My problem however, is that we will get a full wave of Iron Man and we will most likely also get another 4-6 armors thrown in other places. There is the big 3 Avengers- Iron Man, Cap and THOR In the 2020 Gamerverse waves based on the Avengers game (which Thor is featured in) we got 3 Iron Man, 2 Cap and 2 Hulk figures. How many Thor.....zero. In 2019 when Hasbro finally nailed down decent molds for Hulk and Thor that Hulk mold has been converted into three a
  3. This wave might surpass the Captain Marvel movie wave as greatest "Peg Warmer" wave of all time.
  4. I do complain about SpiderMan and X-Men waves (especially alternate universe mini-series X-men from the mid-90s) and I will also complain about Iron Man. How many armors did we get this year? 2 Walgreens exclusives, 2 Gamerverse armors, a Target exclusive, a deluxe figure....that’s the equivalent of a full wave. At this point I can predict 90% of what Legends will put out every year: 1. X-Men, 2. Spider-Man, 3. Iron Man armor, 4. Repeat 1-3, 5. One or two random characters, 6. Repeat 1-3 We need Asgardians, we need cosmic figures, we need lots of characte
  5. So we can get an Iron Man comic wave but the only way we can get a Thor wave is in a movie wave which means half the wave is MCU figures. I’m sorry but that’s BS! We need Asgardians more than we need 14 new Iron Man armors.
  6. Meh....another wave plagued by poor character selection. Where is our much needed Classic Red Skull?
  7. Ok Millennial! With Marvel movies essentially printing their own money the comic’s sales are almost at an all time low. Comic shops nationwide are closing at a staggering pace. Why is that? Could it be that when kids an older former readers walked in they had these characters and Marvel’s attempt at social engineering crammed down their throats? Continuing to force things like the failed push of Carol Danvers, totally fresh and original (insert ethnic/female) with an established character’s exact powers or in many cases their exact costume and name, or mentally challenged fat mammal g
  8. An extension of the 80th Anniversary line where we got Classic Comic designs would alleviate a lot of the complaining about character selection. Just as long as Hasbro keeps Spider Man and X-Men characters contained within their own waves.
  9. Now I’m all for Bag Man costume because that actually is iconic. I’m harping on Odin, Heimdall, Balder, Warriors Three, Executioner, Mangog etc. because those are my personal favorites. However, what about Dr. Strange? That’s a rich and deep title. What about a classic Power Man/Iron Fist? I’m pretty sure the Classic costume stuff sold great last year. I just want to see more of that across the board and fewer of the exact same character. Maybe we could limit Iron Man, Spider Man, Wolverine and Cap to 2 figures a year?
  10. I have the Select Destroyer and honestly I don’t know that Legends could top it. Its unfair to count MCU figures. They don’t match in look or scale and a lot of people only collect one or the other. Thor MCU figures are the only MCU figures I collect and honestly they are an after thought for me personally. It’s flat out wrong to lump in D-list villains that everyone passes around in ever Marvel title just because they happen to have appeared in Thor first. My actual point however, is two fold: 1. We seem to get one Thor or one Hulk for every 10 Iron Man or Cap
  11. So are we considering 34 different Spider Man Video game costumes Iconic? What about every time a bad guy becomes the good guy but only slightly alters the appearance of the hero’s costume and changes the color scheme to match their own costume (Doc Ock Spider Man or Dr.Doom Iron Man) is that iconic? Was their a massive out cry for last year’s Wolverine where he looked like a 40 year old divorcee going to a Dixie Chicks concert with some gal pals from work? Was that Country Music Chic Wolverine the iconic look that everyone needed to really pull their Legends displays together? I just fe
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