Re: Changing my mind about Hasbro
Posted by Irn12 on August 1, 2006, 10:09 pm, in reply to "Changing my mind about Hasbro"
I agree about Toy Biz's female figures. I hated the FF Invisible Woman, but I did like the Storm they did.
Hopefully, if She-Hulk is any indication, it will be just as strong as the male figures, now.
: I take back my negativity and apprehension,
: and admit I'm now excited about Hasbro.
: When I first saw the magazine article photos
: for Hasbro Series 1 (Marvel Legends), they
: looked plain awful. But a source I trust
: says he saw them in real life, and they
: looked awesome. Also, I have to say that
: the photos for Series 2 looked amazing as
: A weakness of the Toybiz line has always
: been their female figures. Black Widow
: looks like she has an adam's apple (due to
: the awkward placement of the neck-joint. On
: the other hand, Hasbro's She-Hulk from
: Series 2 may be the best female figure I've
: For cost and storage reasons, I'm no longer
: going to collect the entire series, but I'll
: definitely be completing my Avengers, with
: the additions of Hercules, Pietro,
: Yellowjacket and She-Hulk. The jury's still
: out on Emma Frost and Banshee.
: Now if I could only get a Monica Rambeau
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