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  1. If I had to guess, it's because they're worried about "New World Order" being connected to conspiracy theorists.
  2. The photos of the figures and the box itself appear to show 2 headsculpts.
  3. The helmet looks better, the body shape looks better, and they got rid if the bicycle shorts. Now if they could only stop adding those to female designs.
  4. Really hoped a Pulse exclusive would have been the place for an accurate Moondragon. Thanks, Disney. Still really like the Drax. Of course it comes out the day after I get an email that my Pulse expired.
  5. Looks like they based it on the cover of Hawkeye limited series issue 1. I'm not sure about the lack of gloves. He seemed to have gloves in most stories, even the interior art of that issue.
  6. Between this Masterson Thor/Destroyer, Mr. Fixit, Iron Man Mk I, gray Hulk, Hasbro is actually making a bunch of stuff on my want list. Now how about classic Beta Ray Bill, smart Hulk, Warriors Three, spiky Thing, She Thing, Crystal, Starfox, Lyja, ... I'm sure gold Iron Man is coming.
  7. I'm glad they did this pack, but the figures don't look like the source art. And the source art is right there front and center on the box! Gray Hulk's head from the miniseries looks NOTHING like either of these Hulk heads. These look like the heads of the much later Peter David Mr. Fixit Hulks. 1st appearance Hulk's head is clearly more human looking. Banner's glasses look round on the comic.
  8. Like you, I avoid MCU figures, but the sculpting is nicely detailed, even if the character design still confuses me.
  9. I loved the mythological tapestry element of comics continuity until the constant reboots and mega events just ruined it all. The long running titles and continuities were a reason for me to be into it, not off-putting. Then it got to "should I bother reading this? It's going to be rebooted in 6 months anyway." And having individual issues driven by company wide mega events instead of the ideas of the book's writers isn't conducive to quality. "Writing for the trade" has also changed things to eliminate the overlapping B and C story arcs that made comics unique.
  10. 100%. This model (Joe Quesada pioneered it IIRC), ruined Marvel comics for me.
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