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  1. I remember her after seeing a post of a few of the comics, but I'm still not sure I need this.
  2. I remember thinking about 91 how boring and generic Quasar looked. Just another blonde haired blue-eyed pretty boy. Ironically, 30 years later he stands out on the shelf as something you hardly see anymore.
  3. Thanks for the explanations. I'm still puzzled about him being a lifelong Cap truther. He believes a conspiracy theory about Captain America? All of that, is just . . . depressing. I thought we had agreed on what English was in its written form. If you want to use slang verbally to your friend, it's one thing. To write it as part of a press release or professional interview is another. I'm still in my 30s, but I feel like I should go lay down in a grave suddenly.
  4. I feel like I need a translator. "I’m a supreme Miles stan and life-long Cap truther,” Ziglar said. “ see our boy Miles yeet’ that shield.” What's a supreme Miles stan? A life-long Cap truther? Is there a conspiracy theory about Cap this Ziglar guy is a espousing? What is "yeet"ing a shield?
  5. They did a good job on this sculpt. I honestly don't remember caring much about this character, but he did appear in a number of Thor issues I read.
  6. Gotta have both of these. This looks like the best flamed-on Johnny they've done and need the Thing with those shorts.
  7. Sure would like to see Spidey as a married adult with a job like he was in the late 80s/early 90s comics. That's how he was when I was a kid. Now that I'm an adult, he's always portrayed as a kid.
  8. Not something I would ever need in my life. I even passed on stock MODOK at $30. Good for those that want it, though.
  9. These are FF costumes I've wanted that coincide with the late 80s/early 90s era issues I primarily read (though I did have some early 80s and 70s back issues). Still prefer the stretch arms of the previous Reed and agree with almost everyone on Sue's headsculpt.
  10. Yikes. If they could just find a way to bring conventions back without the exclusives. Not worried about this particularly. Man-Thing looks awesome, but Mondo stuff is out of my price range.
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