I’m pretty sure Mattel, not Hasbro, has the license for mass-market DC comics toys.
Possible, but a stretch — he doesn’t look anything like Nimrod.
While I’m obviously not going to disagree with these examples, I’d like to counter that (a) none of these costumes were as long-standing or as...
Well, he basically conceded the argument here:...
And how many have had all three?
What are you talking about? I can clearly see feet in the product photos.
So you admit it's Cyclops's look in every other respect?
Look, it's maybe 40-50% generic X-Men costume and at least 90% Cyclops' costume....
Generic X-Men uniforms didn't have the pouch belts. That's 100% a Jim Lee/Rob Liefeld thing.
The funny thing is, the X-Jet from the 90s animated series was substantially redesigned from an SR-71. So this jet isn't accurate to the comics or...
Crap name, though.
Depends on which version they go with. [ATTACH]
I’ve had two figures from Target.com that have been delayed since the start of October: Topspin and Overload. Overload hasn’t been in stock...
I’m starting to think a cargo ship got overturned between here and Vietnam.
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I thought it was obvious that the first set is to enhance the robot mode, while the second is for the scorpion mode.
I have it, and I have to agree. It would have been ideal if the tail fin could attach behind his back for that classic G1 look.
It's the Voyagers that are underpriced, not the Deluxes. Kick them up about $5 and leave the Deluxes where they are.
Hasbro should try to market these things to museum gift shops.
Almost certainly not. The dinosaur head uses that gap to collapse against the neck in Snapdragon’s other modes.
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