TheKrisLyons

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About TheKrisLyons

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  • Birthday 04/24/1983

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  1. Scale, size and level of detail are all factors to be considered. Feel free to pm me and we can talk prices!
  2. Thanks fellas!
  3. Dioramas from the last few months. Some minimates scale, some not. Thanks for looking! Office setting ( customer will be furnishing it) 1:12 scale- Horror/slaughter house theme 1:12 scale- 2 different variations of slum apartments 1:12 scale- Deathstar-ish viewport 1:12 scale- Minimates scale GCPD- Urban/alley Sci Fi setting (minimates scale. An APC fits through the door with room to spare)
  4. New bullseye is a possibility, matching his ANAD look.
  5. Let's make this happen yesterday
  6. Not a fan of kingdom hearts, but would this be a way to get us sephiroth and cloud minimates? Here's hoping.
  7. I bought that when it was new. I hesitated initially, but I'm so glad I went for it now.
  8. I'm effing excited for these. Well done, DST.
  9. you have been an amazing asset to the community, and helped me with a full set of the prior wave. I'm interested in a full wave this time around as well, if you come across them in your travels.
  10. it looks as though these are dropping right now. a Facebook user in the mmmv group found the whole wave in Poughkeepsie, NY. I'd appreciate an eye out if anyone happens to find extras.
  11. I've gotten all 3 of my coulsons gloves off that way.
  12. I always put a coffee mug full of water in the microwave for about 1 1/2-2 minutes, submerge the problematic piece in the heated water for around 30-60 seconds, then (carefully) remove it with pliers or other pinchy tool. that's typically enough time and heat to soften the plastics and/or loosen areas where paint may have been over applied, resulting in stuck parts or joints.
  13. Luke's store says May /June, but obviously the projected release dates of minimates can change drastically.
  14. If you want an X-Men book with a healthy dose of humor, I'd say go for it. It's great in my opinion, because it brings the focus back on the X-Men as not just a super hero team, but as a school. I'm a big fan of Jason Aaron, and the majority of the artwork is done by Nick Bradshaw, who, in my opinion, is one of the best artists in mainstream comics today.