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Tiger Shark

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BMK!

Subj: I Have, And They're Very Cool! Hasbro Needs To Wake Up Already Or Surrender The License NT
Posted: Fri Feb 22, 2008 at 10:00:34 am EST
Reply Subj: Re: Evidence That The Forthcoming Mattel DC Universe Build-A-Figures Are On The LARGE Side
Posted: Thu Feb 21, 2008 at 05:20:10 pm EST

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> In this photo from TyoFair 2008, we see a Solomon Grundy BAF that is about 9-10 inches tall, with the Gorilla Grodd figure in the background slightly smaller. You can see how much larger Solomon Grundy is that the 6-inch Green Lantern beside him.
>
> I applaud this move on Mattel's part, and hope that Hasbro will NOT abandon the BAF element after the Fin Fang Foom Hulk lines hit the shelves later this year, as is being reported.
>
> We want larger Marvel BAFs in the Fin Fang Foom mold, including the Living Tribunal, the Titanium Man, Eternity, Surtur,
> Ymir, the classic Clint Barton Goliath, a Celestial, Ultimo, the Stiltman, and a host of others.
>
> Let's go!
>
>


Have you seen Mattel's DC Universe: Infinite Heroes 3 3/4" line? Some are articulated, some are not, but I was impressed nevertheless. Perhaps Hasbro will do something similar for the Marvel Characters, since they already have Star Wars and G.I. Joe.

"On display in the Mattel showroom was the new smaller line of DC Superheroes. The small size will allow fans to collect not only heroes and villains, but also amass armies of police officers, Thangarians, and other henchmen. The figures will be available in single packs and themed three packs.

On display were a variety of characters including: The Question, Hush, Firefly, Killer Croc, Batman, Catwoman, Power Girl, Shazam, Wildcat, Batwoman, Reverse Flash, and Black Hand.

Three packs included Commissioner Gordon and Gotham Police; Hawkman and Thangarian Warriors; Supergirl, Bizarro, and Wonder Girl; Green Arrow, Black Canary, and Green Lantern; and Black Adam, Flash, and Weather Wizard."

http://tf08.superherotimes.com/showgallery.php?cat=562


-BMK!-


> > In this photo from TyoFair 2008, we see a Solomon Grundy BAF that is about 9-10 inches tall, with the Gorilla Grodd figure in the background slightly smaller. You can see how much larger Solomon Grundy is that the 6-inch Green Lantern beside him.
> >
> > I applaud this move on Mattel's part, and hope that Hasbro will NOT abandon the BAF element after the Fin Fang Foom Hulk lines hit the shelves later this year, as is being reported.
> >
> > We want larger Marvel BAFs in the Fin Fang Foom mold, including the Living Tribunal, the Titanium Man, Eternity, Surtur,
> > Ymir, the classic Clint Barton Goliath, a Celestial, Ultimo, the Stiltman, and a host of others.
> >
> > Let's go!
> >
> >
>
>
> Have you seen Mattel's DC Universe: Infinite Heroes 3 3/4" line? Some are articulated, some are not, but I was impressed nevertheless. Perhaps Hasbro will do something similar for the Marvel Characters, since they already have Star Wars and G.I. Joe.
>
> "On display in the Mattel showroom was the new smaller line of DC Superheroes. The small size will allow fans to collect not only heroes and villains, but also amass armies of police officers, Thangarians, and other henchmen. The figures will be available in single packs and themed three packs.
>
> On display were a variety of characters including: The Question, Hush, Firefly, Killer Croc, Batman, Catwoman, Power Girl, Shazam, Wildcat, Batwoman, Reverse Flash, and Black Hand.
>
> Three packs included Commissioner Gordon and Gotham Police; Hawkman and Thangarian Warriors; Supergirl, Bizarro, and Wonder Girl; Green Arrow, Black Canary, and Green Lantern; and Black Adam, Flash, and Weather Wizard."
>
> http://tf08.superherotimes.com/showgallery.php?cat=562
>
>
> -BMK!-
>


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