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    DCUC Fan Poll Winner Announced

    RAVEN wins by a landslide...













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    The winner of Toyfare's latest DCUC fan poll has been officially revealed as none other than Raven.

    The poll, which began shortly after this year's Comic-Con, consisted of Raven, Freddy Freeman, Toyman, Geo-Force, Libra, and Uncle Sam. The latest issue of Toyfare revealed that Raven won the competition by a landslide and will be a part of the 15th wave of Mattel's DC Universe Classics next year.



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    Re: DCUC Fan Poll Winner Announced

    Boo! Where's my Captain Marvel, Jr...

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    Re: DCUC Fan Poll Winner Announced

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    Boo! Where's my Captain Marvel, Jr...
    DC Direct made one! Why does everyone want Mattell to remake characters that DC Direct has already made? My problem is I have to rebuy characters that I've own for years just to get a Collect and Connect figure. Raven is another example. I have the entire core team of Gerogre Perez's Teen Titans so WHY DO I NEED ANOTHER RAVEN???

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    Re: DCUC Fan Poll Winner Announced

    Frankly...

    - I'm not a fan of the DC Direct version,
    - I like articulation in my figures,
    - Mattel's figures are relatively easier to find at retail than DC Direct,
    - and I think the Horsemen could have done something cool with the character.

    Those all seem like pretty good reasons for a character being "re-made" (though I don't count it as a remake if a different company is doing it). Just because one company made one doesn't mean it's the best thing ever for everyone. And doesn't Mattel have just as much of a right to make a character that they haven't yet made even though someone else did one?

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