Super Fish Oil

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  1. He was one of the many villains created for the 60s TV show, probably the most prominent antagonist behind the big four of Joker, Penguin, Catwoman, and Riddler.
  2. MODOK got robbed. :c Oh well. Carol Danvers still knows he's the handsomest boy a handsome boy could be.
  3. It's not nostalgia for me. I legitimately love Egghead and King Tut; I'd take them over Black Mask, Firefly, and a bunch of other villains people always seem to be clamoring for any day. I get that that's just me, but I'm grateful.
  4. She was the boring one. Cyborg and Cheetah (if I mentioned Cheetah) were the ugly ones. Not that accurate to the comics can't also be boring or ugly, especially since I meant the animation style more than the design itself. I could live with that Killer Frost, but I think I'd just prefer the Rebirth look. Maybe it wreaks of edgy modern anti-heroic designs over the classic spandex that some people would prefer, but I kind of like it anyway, at least for the coat. I might make fun of the croptop and haircut, but snow villains in coats are fun.
  5. That sounds like a good wave to me. Also, I'm not seeing why this has to be Justice League Action based. So what that it includes characters featured on the show? That's because these sets have big players, fan favorites, and characters who DC has been pushing lately in video games, TV series, and as part of the Rebirth initiative. Even if it is a tie-in for JLA, the Avengers Assemble and Ultimate Spider-Man sets haven't always used the versions of characters that appear on those shows, so I don't see why that necessarily has to happen here. It could be a mix of cartoon, classic, and modern. Personally, if characters are getting new costumes, Rebirth seems a bit more likely to me, but that might be out of preference. Some JLA designs like Wonder Woman and Lex might be cool (and that Flash would be perfect for Wally), but other designs are boring or downright ugly compared to what's in the comics, like the Cyborg and Killer Frost posted above.
  6. In the future, it would be a good idea if you link to or at least say what Instagram account it is on if you can't share the photo. That's not Scarlet Witch's hair. It has no widow's peak, for one thing. It's new. I'm sort of meh on the whole. Whoever said his arms should be dark green and printed is right.
  7. A lot of complaints. It's a bad photo, but honestly, I think that figure that will work for me. (Except for the tan. Down with the tan.)
  8. MCU Captain America, Adam West Batman, and even Killer Moth have all been tanned. TLBM Batgirl's skin tone was even a little off from the color of the regular Barbara Gordon figure even though she had darker skin. Maybe dark red doesn't have the issue as these colors for some reason though. I think the Kabuki Twins were fine.
  9. The minifigure is great of course, but did anybody else notice that he hasn't got that awful tan like Captain America and Batman do? Hopefully they will fix that problem across the board....
  10. This is gorgeous. Great work.
  11. These characters have been around for a long time. I think these are what they've always (or at least usually) been called in France.
  12. What currency are the prices in? USD? Euros?
  13. I think they have a line of both action figures and dolls, actually.
  14. Well, nobody here is deciding what type of figure the sets have. It definitely seems out of left field though, so I understand the disappointment; I wonder what the reason is, and how they will be branded and marketed. (Also, catty mean girl Cheetah shouldn't be an excuse not to get cursed African goddess Cheetah in a regular set.)
  15. Surprised or happy? Because I wouldn't be happy if he were in another $100 set.