Images of Superman movie figs

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  1. ambushbug74

    ambushbug74 Stroke me, Stroke me! TFW2005 Supporter

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    Chaos Muffin Misadventure Veteran

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    Looks kinda cheap with the limited articulation. Surely they'll be tons of SM figs like there was with Batman & Spiderman.
    He's going to be everywhere.

    Who's the villain(s) for the movie?
     
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    Gears buh-buh-body ya Veteran

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    I know Kevin Spacy as Lex Luthor is one of the villains...but there may be more...
     
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    Weremole Whack-a-mole Avenger

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    Not to mention that... well... There could be no villian.

    I mean; look at that. Look at all the descriptions of the movie. Look what kind of feature "car lifing superman" is.

    There could be no villian except think-tank Luthor. Singer could be going for the "Superman as savior" approach.

    This would explain why Braniac is the villian of the animated direct-to-DVD movie that will come out alongside the movie.

    Now I really want a "Whip and Bleed action Jesus" figure from the Passion.
     
  5. misterd

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    The lack of articulation isn't a suprise given the lack in Batman Begins figures. Like most movie figs, these are marketed around a single gimmick that mirrors one action seen in the film (heat vision Superman, Flying Superman, Lifting Superman, Punching Superman, Jock Itch Superman). We saw this with BB, the Hulk, and S-M, and surely will see it again. The good thing is that usually one of these figures ends up having decent articulation, but itwill probably be the hardest fig to find.
     

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