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  1. For some reason the design seems to work marginally better for the NBA players as opposed to the WWE wrestlers. Bizarre. I wouldn't mind a Bryant or Nowitzki. Then again...i wouldn't seek these out either. They'd have to fall into my lap .
  2. ....oh COME ON! I've wanted well articulated 2'' wrestling figures for YEARS now (even before Jakks Pacific Micro Aggression line) and THIS is what i'm being offered? Efffffff I've got money in hand and i'm dreaming of buying a well articulated adequately *sculpted* mini wrestler line that doesn't look like Rumblers. I want to buy these. I want to pay for a mini hogan vs a mini macho man . I want mini Road Warriors / Legion of Doom. I want a mini royal Rumble. I want a mini articulated Ultimate Warrior! I just don't want them in this form. This is the ultimate **** tease. A part of me is in awe while the majority of me is flat out irritated. These figures are ugly and it's only the name brand (WWE) recognition that is making me even consider purchasing them (which i wont because i know i'll regret it). Dammit. This is exactly why Mattel / Mega Bloks needs to release a wrestlign line . I'll take generic Cal of Duty style wrestling figures that i have to customize over these. THis
  3. I'm really trying to stop myself from buying these but the temptation is growing. They are a step back with regards to body design when compared to Mega Bloks Call of Duty but beggars cant be choosers and this is the only best articulated wrestling figure line in town. Jakks Pacific Micro Aggression was more to my taste but 5 pts. of articulation gets old after a while. And that Intercontinental belt....i'm a sucker for titles.
  4. Yes they are showing up on shelves but the full release is still weeks away if i recall. None the less you can find them now. Trust...if you like minimates then you'll like these. They represent the natural evolution of the block based mini figure. Lego->Minimates -> Mega Bloks original HALO figures - > Mega Bloks new articulation micro figures (Call of Duty, Assasins Creed, 2014 HALO, etc). I can only imagine what the next leap forward will bring.
  5. You won't regret it.... They are the best thing to happen to toys in the last few years in my opinion.
  6. All credit to Dielectric for the images. So...French Soldiers are coming down the pipe...
  7. Mega Bloks can't stop , won't stop
  8. I thought "Marvin" (Roadblock from ARAH GI Joe * before the Rock took over the role) deserved a close up image. *side not..the guy on the left looks quite a bit like the actor on the show "Hell on Wheels" Common And once again i get the feeling whoever sculpts these heads is using ARAH figures for reference. One of these guys looks quite a bit like Bazooka and a version of Gung Ho that i recall. This ...i need a cannon
  9. I thought this was worth posting :
  10. The first set image has arrived:
  11. New Image
  12. I picked up several of the new blind bag Alpha Series HALO figures. They are everything positive you have heard and more. Especially the marine figure.
  13. New Image! Re: the Callof Duty line..... I own multiple Call of Duty troop packs and *really* enjoy them. They are sturdy ( and i pose and repose them a lot ) and the plastic is of high quality. As a life long action figure collector these are now my number one toy product. I also picked up the new Alpha Series HALO line and it's of the same quality just with slightly smaller (shorter) figures. I have a slight preference for the Call of Duty line . I expect to pick up my fair share of Assasins Creed if for no other reason than custom fodder.