Exclusive Look at Wildcat Variant

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  1. statuesorbust

    statuesorbust AKA AshleyWilbanks

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    We have an exclusive look at the variant for Wildcat from the DC Universe Classics Wave 9

    Wildcat
     
  2. Optimus_Prowl

    Optimus_Prowl Koruption_Kosplay

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    Crown_Athlete Well-Known Member

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    A variant of a figure that will be impossible to find, if ANY store even carries this line anymore (Walmart sure isn't).
     
  4. smkspy

    smkspy Remember true fans

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    Meh, a blue version...awesome I guess, but a variant I'm not excited about getting unless I happen to run into him.

    We need more Dr. Impossibles and SC Sinestros IMO.
     
  5. VictoryLeo19

    VictoryLeo19 Well-Known Member

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    should i pick up doctor impossible if i have the chance to get him? im more into dc infinite heroes but i like the bigger figures too i just didnt know who to start with...
     
  6. King_Manta

    King_Manta Well-Known Member

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    I guess I'm the first DC fan in the topic.

    Blue=classic Wildcat. He shouldn't have tape on his hands. Kind of ruins the point of the variant.
     
  7. Crown_Athlete

    Crown_Athlete Well-Known Member

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    Doctor Impossible is the biggest shelf-warmer I've seen since Wave 1. I found 6 just today at 1 store.
     
  8. FuRiOus_StyLZe

    FuRiOus_StyLZe Hasbro can suck my nuts..

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    naw man...captain cold...that guy's everywhere.
     
  9. grimlock1972

    grimlock1972 Optimus, serving up the primest of ribs since 1984

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    reminds me a bit of wildcat from batman the brave and the bold
     
  10. ErechOveraker

    ErechOveraker I'm with Plowking.

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    Looks good, but the prototypes always look better to me than the actual toys. Nice, even flat colors on the proto, horrid and sloppy glossy mess makes it to the shelves.
     
  11. smkspy

    smkspy Remember true fans

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    I bet you're that guy in the comic shops that is always running his mouth about how he knows everything about the comics. I love those guys cause once they leave, everyone proceeds to make fun of them.

    But yeah, guess I'm not a DC fan cause I don't the "classic" Wildcat, which really he costume color has always been dependent upon the colorist drawing him.
     
  12. Bjjer

    Bjjer Well-Known Member

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    over here its Kid Flash with Captain Cold a close second. At my closest Walmart there are about 15 KFs and about 10 CC.
     
  13. Bjjer

    Bjjer Well-Known Member

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    LOL
     
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