twofisted wrote:I'm a little different tho....even being a child of the 70's and 80's...i was never into Transformers. Even as a kid, even tho all my friends had them...i just didnt get it. I was a huge fan of He-Man and G.I. Joe. My first love will always be DC comics so DCUC will always trump any other toy line when if comes to cutting back.
twofisted wrote:I'm wondering how much of this nonsense over completing teams is just out of Mattel's fear of people quitting the line once they get their favorite team finnished out? Of course i'm extremely biased....but i wonder how many of the posters on this site would quit buying DCUC figures if say their Teen Titans was complete or the Metal Men was complete. So Mattel keeps dangling that carrot in front of fans just to string them along to stick with the line and maybe buy a figure or two that they woundnt normally buy.....just a thought.
twofisted wrote:I've said it before tho...theres some DC characters that just wouldnt translate well into an action figure that the public as a whole would buy. An elderly man in a red beard in a wheelchair wouldnt make for a good toy for kids to play with. No matter what my opinion is on the modern toy industry...i still think action figures are manufactured with kids in mind. With that said...i would LOVE to have an Elasti-girl C&C figure made....but a chick in a short skirt and GoGo boots dosent make for an exciting action figure for people to buy. I'm also wondering if some of these figures are gunna be made at all. A little off topic...sorry
twofisted wrote:Its just dissapointing to see these Blackest Night characters duplicated so soon. I just picked up the final wave of the DCD Blackest Night figures and in a couple months, pretty much the same figures are gunna be released?
NoisyDvL5 wrote:I still want Wonder Woman and the Atom's accessories, but I don't really want the figures anymore.
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