Post by Haggar (AKA Captain McKay) on Oct 4, 2013 20:04:44 GMT -5
I forgot about the Legends of the Dark Knight line. Was that the one with Joker, where his upper torso came apart, only to reveal the "real" torso hugging the dynamite or some such? That line was pretty creative at the time, and the sculpts were good. Never understood why Bane appeared to have long brown hair flowing out from under his mask, though.
I got a look at the Vampire Batman and Beware the Batman figures today. Both are cool (that BTB one is stylized a bit much for my liking, not even sure how the figure can stand). Vampire Batman is cool looking, especially cool that the wings come on and off. I just want a big, bulky, Kelley Jones-style Batman in this line with a huge, flowing cape and those accentuated, scary details.
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Supergirl was for WB Studio Store. And actually the JL were very easy in the claw machines. But there was a pink cow my wife wanted that took $12. lol. Only to have it lost in shipping when her office moved from NJ back to NYC. The one box with all her personal items (pictures and toys) was lost by FedEx.
What was everyone's opinion on the Kenner Superman Conversion Coupe that came with the Clark Kent figure? I think it was a dumb vehicle like the Robin Dragster that made absolutely no sense whatsoever. On the flip side we got an awesome stand alone Clark Kent figure
For the most part I agree with that, but I did like the idea of the Robin dragster. But yes the Clark Kent was cool. Now maybe if the coupe turned into so sort of ship for space travel it would have made better sense. A car for Clark made sense, but not for Superman. Also along the custom coupe theme I also found the JL motorcycle Flash & Superman pretty pointless.