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  1. You're right about Serpent Society not being great for Target/Walmart. The AoA wave didn't fly off the shelves around here. They would need to be a fan channel offering. I thought about the box set too, but I wonder if some people might prefer to spend $20 a pop and spread it out instead of $100+ at one time. If the point is that Hasbro needs Cap and IM and Wolverine and Spider-Man in the waves to sell anything, why not just have have waves that are designed for Target/Walmart that are mostly the big name characters or movie characters (if they can ever sync up the release schedule
  2. I get what you are saying, and that is what I plan to do with the Shang Chi wave (although I'm going to sell Hyde) but often everyone is trying to sell or trade the same figures from a wave. Making consumers buy something that they immediately try to get rid of is not a way to engender loyalty.
  3. On the one hand, I would be happy to lose the BAF piece in exchange for more accessories. Maybe Hasbro could incentivize less popular figures with more/better accessories (guns, effects, beer bottle for Logan, bags of $ for street villains, etc.) I also wish the BAFs came with more accessories. What if Hasbro was more judicious with the use of BAFs? For instance, instead of spreading out Constrictor (2012), Eel (2016), Cottonmouth (2016), King Cobra (2018), and Rock Python (2019) (all of whom were pegwarmers), what if Hasbro made them a themed wave with a kick-ass Bushmaster BAF? I
  4. Yes, please! Get rid of BAFs and replace them with more accessories, alternate heads, blast effects -- CapSam doesn't even come with fists for crying out loud. I think some of those less popular characters don't sell well because we don't know when or if Hasbro will finish the team. Take Rock Python and the Serpent Society, the Serpent guys have come out over a number of years with no real sense of what the final team would look like. I think collectors might be more likely to buy them if Hasbro would announce it all at once rather than dribbling them out over several years. Possibil
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