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  1. Yeah. I tried my hand at toy photography for a bit and it was infuriating. It and the gelatinous blob they call a fist that some of the shield ladies have had are further proof that Hasbro is just now taking female figures seriously. Well, aside from my beloved Ms Marvel/Warbird figure. That's a great female figure.
  2. The problem here is they could if they tried but will they? Hasbro seems to be perfectly fine just recycling body molds. I'm like you and Moondragon feels like a great opportunity for a new buck as she has a great mid-build that would translate well to a female action figure. Hopefully they prove me wrong as they have hinted at a new body for the ladies. I also really hope we see some hands besides the same splayed ones that have come with almost every female figure.
  3. I'm curious about that too. There is the Maria Hill that came in a 2 pack with Iron Man as a Toys R Us exclusive which is my current Sharon Carter (prefer her in regular SHIELD gear over her white outfit) but I really wish there was an updated female agent body for both those characters. Honestly that's my primary reason for wanting one is to try those heads so that a better figure might be possible as it really shows it's age now. That and since I have Fury and Dum Dum it'd be nice to have some agents with them on the shelf.
  4. The talk of an Avengers wave that isn't MCU definitely got my attention as well as the possibility of a SHIELD agent army builder. I would be all over that.
  5. I get that it's just the name of the arch but I agree, kind of lame she has to follow in Hulk's shoes. That's why I always loved the character: she was way different than what Bruce was and it made her interesting. Now she's exactly what I didn't want her to be.
  6. I'm not sure which of those 2 figures interests you most but I found Klaw loose at a convention and I absolutely love that figure and recommend it for the Avengers villain shelf. It's a great use of that particular buck. Very poseable and a great paint app. I didn't want Shuri so I can't verify for her.
  7. "the dark evolution of Jennifer Walters will reach its bloody red crescendo" This does not give me much hope that we will see the happier, more fun She-Hulk again. I just can't get into this savage Shulk.
  8. Classic Captain America: Just repaint the 80th Cap in those brighter colors. While I love the 80th and it's flag accurate colors, I'd like to see that variant. Plus, a lot of folks still need that mold in their collections. Red and Blue (classic) Wasp: I don't know how most folks feel but I actually really like the Wasp figure from the Avengers Retro Collection Wave and I'd love to see it in her more classic red and blue. Classic Falcon: That recent Falcon should have had the classic red and white outfit and a Redwing. Redwing aside, the figure is awesome and a little paint would ea
  9. Ah man...I thought I'd talked myself out of getting this one since the 80th seems fine for my default IM but these photos shot that down. I love it. This will definitely be on my Avengers shelf. I'm like most of you and that hologram head is going straight to the parts bin. Now. Any chance we could see a reuse of 80th Cap for those classic brighter colors to match this?
  10. That would be great, actually. Heck, I would even settle for something like we got with the Arnim Zola baf where it was basically a decal behind clear plastic. Surely they could easily do something like the unibeam.
  11. Absolutely! Lou Ferrigno Hulk needs to happen too.
  12. I agree with you 100% on this but a Reb Brown Captain America in my collection would put a huge smile on my face.
  13. Shew. I'm awful at fine detail work like that. The Gundam marker could work well though. Thanks for the suggestion.
  14. I'm really hoping I can find this guy when he drops. There are a ton of Walgreens in my area but the local scalpers have connections so it's a gamble.
  15. Yeah. The colors are technically more accurate to a classic IM but honestly I don't know if I can justify it for that paint scheme. I really don't see any reason to replace my 80th with this.
  16. That's what I was getting at. To use this figure as a classic Iron Man, wouldn't I need to paint the reactor white and the slots black?
  17. I was really interested in that Iron Man at first for the sake of having that figure in the classic comic colors but arent the blue circles on his chest and the eye and mouth slots the wrong colors? I don't want to have to paint all that.
  18. That's a possibility, sure. But the figure only stands at about 9 inches hovering and all so if that's the case he would be a little underside.
  19. I'm not sure that that's accurate. Maybe he's grown over the years but to me 8-9 ft. sounds about right. Here are some examples.
  20. I was already excited about this piece but the sculpt, articulation and size have me even more excited. I'm not crazy about all the seams from the assembly of the figure but that's not a major gripe. Can't wait until it ships next month. Somehow seeing it in hand and next to the toybiz version like this just elevate the look and paint.
  21. Man, you aren't kidding, those arms should be the standard for any upcoming figures with that mid to large build. I really hope I can find this guy when the time comes as it looks great!
  22. If he didn't feel that connection, would he have been romantically involved with her the way he was in Civil War? In that film their relationship was in full swing or at least seemed that way . I don't see him having any problems with her. And yes, Haley Atwell is drop dead gorgeous (that red dress scene in First Avenger springs to mind) but personally Emily VanCamp isn't too bad herself, especially with that girl next door thing going on.
  23. You would think they would have mixed parts from the 80th Stark and Silver Centurion and altered the paint. It practically made itself.
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