KnightDamien wrote: ↑Tue Nov 29, 2022 3:16 amThat's not Pizza Spidey?maczero wrote: That's a 7 inch figure. Kinda bugs me that they would use it in a promo image because it gives people the wrong impression.
I'm not a big Spider-Man guy, but that was the figure I thought it was, even after a pretty hard look.
Time will tell. But 'the demand is there' and 'a dozen people use them in action figure photography' are definitely a world apart. When you take away the -most- attractive elements of the HasLab piece, I have a hard time feeling like that will equal -more- sales, even if the price is significantly lower. It isn't the thing most people seemed to actually want. In fact, it's the thing that most people seemed more than happy to sacrifice to make the price better on the thing they actually wanted.maczero wrote: I wouldn't be surprised if one of the tiers is fiery effects to pull in the GR fans. As for the demand for 1/12 vehicles, I'd say it's there. They really enhance toy shoots. In my case, I like to use them in elaborate displays. Right now I've got the Punisher surrounded by a bunch of baddies on motorcycles.
Definitely not saying NO ONE wants this. Just not sure if the amount of people that want a generic muscle car that's probably still under-scaled for their action figures is the same as the amount of people that will need to want one for it to actually get made. And I don't mean that as a slight against the creator or that I hope it fails or any of that.
Honestly, I was interested in the Haslab for the base car itself, without any of the flourishes or figures, and could have paid less for just that.
Does it mean I back this? I'm unsure at the moment, but I'll keep an eye on it.