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Unstable Molecule

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Tiger Shark

Subj: Re: Agreed; Well, There's Always The Older ToyBiz Version
Posted: Thu Jan 04, 2007 at 01:41:35 pm EST
Reply Subj: Agreed; Well, There's Always The Older ToyBiz Version
Posted: Thu Jan 04, 2007 at 12:40:43 pm EST

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...from the Generation X line, which doesn't stand well, but at least looks like a shapely woman, the woman that Emma is. If you'd like one, you can probably get one on eBay. I believe there was a Black Queen variant of this figure in the same line.

The SW and the L. Deathstrike figures were awful beyond belief! Neither should ever have made it out of the factory or warehouse.

One minute they're producing a beautiful state-of-the-art Galactus or Green Goblin, the next minute a god-awful Lady Deathstrike. It doesn't make sense.

I don't know why Marvel's affiliates can't 'do women action figures,' but DC Direct can, and hand over fist.

> ...from the Generation X line, which doesn't stand well, but at least looks like a shapely woman, the woman that Emma is. If you'd like one, you can probably get one on eBay. I believe there was a Black Queen variant of this figure in the same line.

Thanks man, but I'm confining myself to Marvel Legends - the pocketbook can't handle branching off into other lines!
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> The SW and the L. Deathstrike figures were awful beyond belief! Neither should ever have made it out of the factory or warehouse.
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> One minute they're producing a beautiful state-of-the-art Galactus or Green Goblin, the next minute a god-awful Lady Deathstrike. It doesn't make sense.
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> I don't know why Marvel's affiliates can't 'do women action figures,' but DC Direct can, and hand over fist.

Some have been good (as the poster below me mentions). I'm a fan of Phoenix and Storm, and the variants of the Wasp look good (I hate the head on the regular Wasp). The Spider-Women look pretty cool as well.


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