>>6479269>toys with single jointed elbows, knees, and non-reversed ball-hinged ankles are clones of MLs
Or are these their 4" figures, which would make them on par with Hasbro's middle-point in the MU line?>despite all evidence to the contrary
They still showed off way more at Comic Con last year, that was actually on display. They had like 3 waves on display, PLUS whatever was shown at their panel.
So my point still stands.>a.) you are indeed the same guy, which is sad
What comfort do you get from pretending i'm the other guy?>you have absolutely no vested interest in following
You know what i do get a lot of comfort from? The fact that Mattel is showing so little, which shows how little retail support they have, and it's a step closer to Mattel losing the license.
I'm hugely invested in getting GOOD figures that are at least on PAR with what Hasbro is releasing. Since Mattel fails at this, I'm very glad they're not releasing much anymore and i hope they lose the license.>that you just got blown the fuck out
lol, you know what blows the fuck out of the pictures you just posted?
2012 4" figures.
Sorry dude, but nothing you showed proves me wrong in anything. Well, i guess that whole four steps behind comment. I guess they're 3 steps behind what fucking mid-2000 figures were like. Even their own DCUC line had better qualities: bigger BAFs, more articulation for figures that weren't Superman cosplaying as different DC characters, etc.
Shame on you for defending Mattel's crap like it's actually worth buying.