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 Post subject: Re: The DC Universe Infinite Heroes Thread
PostPosted: Sun Jan 20, 2013 5:08 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: The DC Universe Infinite Heroes Thread
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Looks like some new Superman figures in his scale over at Matty. I saw 3; an all red Superman, all blue Superman, and a black suit figure with a stylized "J" which could be Jax-Ur. The Supermen looked unfinished. They are 7 PoA.

I could add a Jax-Ur to my DCIH. :)

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 Post subject: Re: The DC Universe Infinite Heroes Thread
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I know I read someone on here saying the batsignal is scaled for movie masters. pfft, come on, look at this. The batsignal is totally DCIH !

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 Post subject: Re: The DC Universe Infinite Heroes Thread
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Agreed. I think they deliberately make those accessories too small to conserve plastic. The upside is we get more of those "wonderful toys" for our scale figures, but unfortunately we either have to buy the big ones too or rely on Ebay to get them.

BTW, when did Deathstroke officially become a Batvillain? or did you just put him there to fill space?

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 Post subject: Re: The DC Universe Infinite Heroes Thread
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The lack of a good 3.75" Penguin (and Riddler) still burns me up inside.

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...I guess too fill out the villains. But he's there mostly as a Nitewing villain, if anything. Although, Deathstroke is on the Arkham City Lockdown game on my iPod, so there's that.

The batsignal is perfect for this scale. It's not really in scale for Movie Masters at all. Remember, in Batman Begins, Batman chains the body of the gangster to the batsignal to make the "bat " in the sky. So, A body has to fit. So, another small victory for DCIH! ...http://filmsketchr.blogspot.com/2012/03/can-you-really-make-bat-signal-out-of.html#.UQVehhyX_gA

It's a great toy, too bad it's cost-prohibitive for many. They should find a way to re-release it.

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That was my thinking, has to fit a body. You might try the Imaginext Penguin. I think it is the only Imaginext figure that fits with DCIH, because he is so deformed anyway.

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When this line was in the stores did anybody have a hard time finding Firestorm? I only remember seeing one on the pegs. Also, does anybody else wish Mattel would come out with another 3.75 inch line? I kinda miss Infinite Heroes.


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Captain Morgan wrote:
When this line was in the stores did anybody have a hard time finding Firestorm? I only remember seeing one on the pegs. Also, does anybody else wish Mattel would come out with another 3.75 inch line? I kinda miss Infinite Heroes.


I would love if Mattel release any good 3.75 line, in the molds of the Hasbro well articulated figures. I still have all my IH figures, and I really miss this line. I tryed the new DC Collectibles figures, but they break soooo easily, tha I droped the line. :?


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I think they will continue to do figures in this scale, but more conservatively, like the Batman and Superman movie lines. I think this wave of action figures in general has run it's course. The tide is beginning to ebb.

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We haven't had any new DC Infinite Heroes figures since 2010. I really wish Mattel would bring them back under the DC Universe Online branding. There are still some characters from the game that they have not made yet.

After the Superman 3.75" figures are done, I expect Mattel to release a line of Justice League 3.75" figures.


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Is there a Man of Steel toyline in this scale? I can't find any info on them.


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Captain Morgan wrote:
Is there a Man of Steel toyline in this scale? I can't find any info on them.

They will hit stores in the beginning of may.


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Is there a Man of Steel toyline in this scale? I can't find any info on them.
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