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  1. JayC

    No more 3.75" forum?

    Yes the reason is you guys weren't using it. There was 1 thread which is now in the ML section that had like 3 posts in the last 2 months and a second post with one post in September and everything else in that section had no activity since July. If you you guys want to talk 3.75" figures you are welcome to do so in the Marvel Legends section. There is a thread that clearly says 3.75" so I dont think people are going to get confused. If at sometime down the road we see a lot of activity in regards to 3.75" as in a lot of people participating in discussions about it we can revist giving that subject its own area. I dont think thats going to happen but if you 2-3 people want to really see a 3.75" section then go get all your 3.75" collector friends bring em back here and get them talking about them. Not only will that kind of activity convince me bring the section back, but you will be getting your friends involved in a board where they will have chance to win cool prizes. What is confusing is when someone new comes on here and sees all these areas with no activity. That leaves the impression that the forums are dead and therefore whats the point in participating and they leave. People dont want to have to jump around a bunch of different places for areas that have next to no activity. The ML area is an active one. Its the place most go to when they come here so if they see a topic they are interested in, then there is a better chance they will participate in it.
  2. I def dont think Daredevil and Punisher and prob the same for the other will be canceled as in never be seen again. I think its just they will no longer air on Netflix. I don't think Punisher season 2 has been given any kind of release date so it will be interesting to see if it ends up on Netflix or not. I noticed no preview at the end of DD Season 3 for any other Marvel shows which is something they have normally done in the past.
  3. Cage season 2 wasn't bad but I thought Iron Fist season 2 was better. A Heroes for Hire series would be cool but I def think if that were to happen it would be on the new streaming service. Daredevil season 3 was really good and my guess is the best performing show of the bunch, so if Netflix doesn't pick it up for a 4th season I would say that def means Marvel and Netflix are done.
  4. Just finished DD, overall I thought it was pretty good. Def liked Bullseye. However with the news that just broke about Cage following Iron Fist by being canceled I have to wonder if this will be the final Marvel show to air on Netflix.
  5. My guess is this latest season of Daredevil will be the final Netflix Marvel show as Disney shifts everything over to their own streaming service next year.
  6. Just several weeks after it was announced that Iron Fist would not get picked up for a 3rd season on the Netflix streaming service it has been announced today that Luke Cage will also not be seeing a third season. Marvel and Netflix today in a joint-statement said: “Unfortunately, ‘Marvel’s Luke Cage’ will not return for a third season. Everyone at Marvel Television and Netflix is grateful to the dedicated showrunner, writers, cast and crew who brought Harlem’s Hero to life for the past two seasons, and to all the fans who have supported the series,” It's unclear at this time if either Cage or Iron Fist will end up on Disney's own streaming service which is slated to begin in 2019. It will be interesting to see if Jessica Jones or Daredevil which just had it's third season debut today will get renewed on Netflix or not. In fact it's really unclear at this point if there will be any more Marvel shows streaming on Netflix from this point on.
  7. Possibly the most skilled mercenary in the world... and definitely the most annoying. The joke-cracking, reference-making, fourth-wall-breaking, taco-eating funnyman of the cold-blooded killer set, Deadpool has long skirted the line between hero and villain, between maniac and genius, between ugly and smelly! This highly detailed figure stands an incredible 36 inches tall and has over 30 points of articulation. Deadpool's joints have been reinforced and ratchet into place. Accessories include his katana, sai and knife, all with working sheaths, and interchangeable hands. You can pre-order this figure now at BigBadToyStore.com.
  8. The third season of Daredevil debuts on Netflix today. After you watch it let us know what you thought about it in the comments section below. Was it the best season yet?
  9. Following a leak from the other week, a new image has shown up online giving us a look at what appears more Avengers 4 Hero Vision figures. Shown is this new image is another look at the Thor and Rocket figures wearing the quantum realm suit as well as Cap who will be coming with Captain Marvel. Another interesting thing to note is the Iron Man figure along with a strange purple clad character who could possibly be Pepper Potts in a new suit of armor.
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  11. The new Marvel Legends Series Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Miles Morales and Spider-Gwen 2-Pack from Hasbro which is a Target store exclusive is currently available for purchase online. The set contains repaint that have been modified to look like the characters and how they appear in the upcoming Into The Spider-Verse animated movie. The set costs $39.99 and has been going periodically in and out of stock. If it is out of stock you can select to get an email notification for when it will be back in which will likely be within 24 hours. The set should also be starting to show up in physical stores soon as well.
  12. JayC

    No more 3.75" forum?

    Sorry but thats a crock. In one breath your saying how important the site is to you and then in the second your trying to threaten you will no longer be coming simply because we've done away with a section no one was using anyway. You can still talk about 3.75" figures here. Just because there isn't an area that says specifically 3.75" doesn't change that. I'm actually trying to make it so you might be able to get better conversations going on the topic having them take place in an area on the forums people are actually using, not less. The reality is Hasbro is pretty much done with 3.75" Marvel for at least any foreseeable future and there is very little to talk about for that scale, but instead of making posts like this how about going out and trying to get more 3.75" collectors on here and get them posting. If I see real demand to warrant for that topic to have its own section now or down the road I will be happy to reinstate the area, but again there is no point for it and actually counter-productive having an area no one is using.
  13. Last week images from the set of Sony's Spider-Man: Far From Home Spidey sequel leaked out online giving us our first look at the new suit Tom Holland would be wearing for the film. This week it looks like Sony has decided to go on and officially reveal it by having Holland himself make a brief appearance last night on the ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live show wearing the same outfit we saw before. The new suit shares some similar characteristics to the Homecoming outfit but the biggest changes seem to come with the colors. The blue now seems to be black and he features a white spider-symbol on the back, perhaps paying tribute to the suit featured in the new PS4 Spider-Man game. Kimmel during the segment with Holland asks him how he could be doing another movie being the last time we saw Spider-Man on the big screen during Avengers: Infinity War he had been turned to dust. Holland who brushed off the question claimed he had to go stop Thanos who was apparently now poor and robbing a bank. Spider-Man: Far From Home will be the first MCU movie to take place after the events of Avngers 4 and will open in theaters on July 5, 2019.
  14. JayC

    No more 3.75" forum?

    No sorry. There was next to no activity in that area. Your asking for something no one was using. The two threads that had any activity are now in the Marvel Legends area. 3.75" are Marvel Legends just like 6". There is no point to have all these different areas on the forums no one is using. Try having conversations in an area that is somewhat active and maybe you will find more people will start participating in the conversations so your not just talking to yourself.
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