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Scott

In Reply To
Jonathan

Subj: COIE figures
Posted: Mon May 07, 2007 at 11:56:33 am EDT
Reply Subj: Re: Not Only THAT...
Posted: Mon May 07, 2007 at 11:04:16 am EDT

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> > > What is COIE? I can usually figure out those initials but not this time. Crisis on Infinite Earths?
> >
> > Yes.
> >
> > > The Power Girl figure is great, but the rest of them cry out for a trash bag. Mongul and Darkside are good sculpts and to scale (finally), unless I'm thinking of a different series.
> >
> > You are. I believe you are thinking of Infinite Crisis.

No, Infinite Crisis was what I was talking about.

I didn't know there were any action figures from Crisis '85.

> >
> > > I love the Hawkman figure because it's the first time I've seen a DC character painted, the way he is drawn, with body hair.
> >
> > You do know that for Hawkman didn't have body hair for something like almost 50 years, right?

I didn't even know that the current version of Hawkam had been around for 50 years. Wasn't JSA The Return of Hawkman, just a few years ago? A new incarnation?

> >
> > Scott
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> But he didn't even have NIPPLES! LOL
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> > > You are. I believe you are thinking of Infinite Crisis.

> No, Infinite Crisis was what I was talking about.

Then that should be "Yes, Infinite Crisis was what I was talking about". \:\-\)

> I didn't know there were any action figures from Crisis '85.

Three series were released within the past two years for the COIE line.

> > > > I love the Hawkman figure because it's the first time I've seen a DC character painted, the way he is drawn, with body hair.

> > > You do know that for Hawkman didn't have body hair for something like almost 50 years, right?

> I didn't even know that the current version of Hawkam had been around for 50 years. Wasn't JSA The Return of Hawkman, just a few years ago? A new incarnation?

Right. My point was that Hawkman was "hairless" in all incarnations until, I think, HAWKWORLD. Then artists started drawing him with chest hair.

Scott


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