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This week come over to Fwoosh to see which of the many verisons of Hawkman you would like as an action figure.
This past week on Fwoosh one thing I noticed was the drama that my choices of both characters and costumes in my weekly article caused. While I was not alone in causing the drama my polls were the focus of all of the action. The heated debate is centered around the fans on Fwoosh mostly wanting to see modern versions of the characters, with those new and usually silent posters voicing their dislike of the modern and wanting a more classic look to every character. When I posted the original poll and article I included about 20 costumes that Hawkman has worn in his history. My choices and labels caused more drama so the Fwoosh editor changed both my poll and list of pictures. By giving all those choices I thought everyone would be happy, guess not. Anyway here are all the different choices that were edited out.
As you can see there were way too many choices for this character, and I left out a ton more. I do want to thank a few sites without whom my research would be much more difficult.
Come on over to the Fwoosh to see the latest installment of Demanded Characters featuring Black Lightning.
Don’t forget to watch Journeyman tonight on NBC at 10 pm.
Thanks again to Toy Guru for finding time to answer some questions.
Kastor: What’s Mattel’s view on changing certain characters articulation if the character calls for it? Say for example Green Arrow, who needs more articulation to look like he’s shooting his bow than normal DCSH figures. I know the Horsemen are totally onboard with this, but what about other people at Mattel?
TG: Each character is handled on a character by character basis. While many figures will share some common body parts, we don’t have a set rule for this. As articulation is needed to ensure accuracy we will do our best to include it.
Kastor: With Orion, will his harness and helmet be removable or is it sculpted into the figure? And with the addition of those accessories with Orion, will we see other figures with added necessary accessories. For example Green Arrow and some trick arrows, or Deathstroke and his sword.
TG: Orion’s harness is removable but his helmet is not. Deathstroke will come with many accessories including blades, guns and more!
Kastor: When will we see more plans for the DC Super Friends line, and when is Hawkman and Cyborg planned to hit retail?
TG:We will announce new DCSF figures sometime next spring. Hawkman and Cyborg will be available by the beginning of 2008.
Some great news on Deathstroke I can’t wait for some pictures!
If you have any questions for Mattel about the DC Classics, JLU, or Super Friends email them to email@example.com November 11th.