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PostPosted: Sat Oct 13, 2007 9:19 am 
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Thatman wrote:
Cool news! Can't wait to see images (although I am surprised at the lack of a female in the wave), very cool.

Anyone else noticing the number of Legion of Doomers showing up? Not counting Luthor, Braniac, Bizarro and Scarecrow, who were made already, the first 3 waves of DCSH have Black Manta, Gorilla Grodd, Sinestro and Solomon Grundy. That's 8/13 so far!!

This has me stoked! I Can't wait to have Grundy alongside the others. Only Cheetah, Giganta, Captain Cold, Riddler, and Toyman left.

And Superfriend, I don't know why you think this is uninspired. Just because they've been done in the JLU line doesn't make them uninspired (especially if they look great; Grodd does, and I'm betting Grundy will too). If Mattel didn't do a Grundy fans were going to explode. :P

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My only hope is that Solomun Grundy isn't too big. These build-a-figures are supposed to be 25% larger, and Grundy is plenty wide. I just hope he doesn't look, like 9 feet tall. He's marked in as 7'5" so hopefully he's only, like, an inch and a half taller.


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twinAJ1 wrote:
My only hope is that Solomun Grundy isn't too big. These build-a-figures are supposed to be 25% larger, and Grundy is plenty wide. I just hope he doesn't look, like 9 feet tall. He's marked in as 7'5" so hopefully he's only, like, an inch and a half taller.

Well, Metamorpho isn't that huge. Grodd is, but then, he's a large character. The Horsemen and Mattel seem to be on the same page now, scale-wise, so I'm not too worried.


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Really excited about Grundy!! He's definately someone I've always wanted a good figure of, and with the 4H sculpting it's bound to be amazing. Overall, I think it's a good choice for a BAF!


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superfriend wrote:
Is it OK if I call the choices for BAF 2 and 3 unispired? Two of the few big guys we have/are getting for JLU are 2 of the 3 first BAFs for the DC comic line?

Color me unimpressed with the character choices.


I honestly don't even understand your complaint. What does JLU have to do with DCUC? I couldn't care less about JLU figures so why on Earth would it matter to me if Grodd & Grundy have been made in the JLU line? That's like saying if they make Captain Marvel in the DCUC, then it would be "uninspired" to put him in the JLU line.


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