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  1. Yeah, but he was created by white writers who were inspired by Native American stereotypes, so I can kinda see where the cultural appropriation argument is coming from. It's the same reason the classic, traditionally dressed warmonger Mandarin was changed to a cyborg in a business suit. I'm not saying I necessarily agree with this point of view, I think it's important to recognize the difference between purposefully hurtful stereotypes and a character like Adversary who just takes inspiration from other cultures. But from a business point of view, it makes sense why Hasbro is staying away from a potentially offensive character. Now you know why we'll never see a classic Man-Ape BAF.
  2. A Dmitri Bukharin Crimson Dynamo would be awesome, or maybe even a huge BAF Anton Vanko Dynamo. Or both??? Maybe I'm asking for too much, but I love me some Dynamo and I would be so hyped to see those figures. Ursa Major would also be a pretty cool BAF, but I'm afraid Hasbro will pass on him since... well, the figure would literally just be a large bear. It would require a lot of unique tooling for a character that very few non-comic fans would be interested in. Don't get me wrong, bears are awesome and so is Ursa Major, I would love to see that figure. But I kinda doubt it's gonna happen? Hopefully they'll prove me wrong. I definitely expect to see another comic Black Widow figure. Why are some people here claiming they don't include comic versions of the main character in movie waves? We got a comic Strange in the Doctor Strange movie wave and a comic Iron Man in the Infinity War movie wave. I am expecting to see a white repaint of the 90's Widow we got in the Toybiz-style vintage wave. It would be a very obvious repaint that would be guaranteed to make a lot of money. It's not exactly a figure I would be super excited about, but if they can save money on a certified cash maker and use the leftover money to make more original characters like Dynamo, I definitely think it's worth it. A Titanium Man would be another character I'd love to see. I know he hardly has anything to do with Black Widow, but we probably won't get another Iron Man wave for quite some time, and he DID fight Dynamo once, so a Titanium Man wouldn't be too far-fetched imo. And it would just be such a sick looking figure. He could be another potential BAF, depending on how large they make him. And a totally classic Heinrich Zemo to complement the Helmut Zemo we got in 2014? YES PLEASE! Or just an updated Helmut Zemo with his shoulder fur, that wouldn't be too bad either.
  3. Usually I would complain about too many Wolverines, but this costume is just way too cool. I always like X-Force variants.
  4. As someone who struggles to afford regular Hot Toys, I think this scale is pretty cool.
  5. They already made a regular red version. I guess they wanted an easy repaint and just went with this. Same goes for the Thanos they just revealed, which is a classic light-blue repaint of their more modern Thanos.
  6. If you can make a Blob figure, I think you could make a Kingpin too. His articulation would obviously be more limited, but since he's a brawler, that wouldn't be a dealbreaker to me. But Kingpin is my favorite character, so I'd take any Fisk merchandise at this point tbh.
  7. I thought the original was a little too shiny, so I actually prefer this. The shading is a bit weird, but that's not necessarily a bad thing, it would make the figure stand out among my many other Spideys.
  8. Yea I've seen the movie, but I still think the proportions are slightly off. His head doesn't look THAT oversized in the movie. I think the problem is that his torse is a bit too skinny, and that his head should be a little less round. It's not terrible, I think the soft goods help a lot. But I think the depressed Peter Parker they showed off looks more accurate.
  9. The head looks way too large compared to the skinny body. At least the large jacket helps make it look more natural.
  10. Don't forget Sandman and Dormammu! They released repainted versions of both BAFs in exclusive boxsets. And now we'll also be able to get Hit Monkey in that upcoming two-pack. So this is actually the tenth time they're doing this... yeah. Obscure characters like Titus and Caliban are the only BAFs that certainly won't be rereleased, so those are the BAFs you should try to complete. The more popular characters will always be rereleased with a slightly different color scheme later on. That's why I actually prefer really obscure BAFs.
  11. I agree with folks here. Mr. Hyde and Tarantula in particular would be fantastic choices.
  12. NorthStar and Aurora are probably coming. We got 3'7" figures of them a few years ago and almost all the recent 3,7" figures has been turned into Legends after a while (like the recent Living Laser).
  13. Yeah! And Hasbro clearly knows that when they go out of their way to include a custom in their display. I know that Overdrive isn't a very famous character, but if they can make characters like Rock Python and Ex Nihilo, then I'm sure they could make an Overdrive too. I personally love obscure characters, they're always the most exciting figures in a wave to me. Especially when we need said obscure character to complete a fan-favorite team.
  14. Not my favorite SDCC reveals of all time, but there is still some great stuff in here. Hell yes to that (semi) classic Doom, Punisher, Vulture, Havok and ESPECIALLY Shang-Chi. I have been wanting a Shang-Chi for a long time. Didn't Hasbro show off an Overdrive figure in their big "action scene" display? I REALLY want an Overdrive, I hope we get official images for that during the next couple of days.
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