Any news or rumors about the new CMs for the comicon ?

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  1. Louis Gara Demands Audiences

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    rocky rocky rocky... :attentionwhore:
     
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  2. Enomis Smooth Conversationalist

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    rrjrstatueman wrote 3 hours earlier »
    what no robocop enzo :overreact: imagine the silicone face with the rods going into it and the helmet , oh man that would look soooo cool

    I agree with Raf, Enzo are you sure ??? :)
    I hope to see the glass eyes from the glass visor of the helmet !!! :headbash:
    Robocop will Rule for sure ...
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  3. André Verbal Diarrhoea

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    I seriously hope CM won't be making an IronMan maquette. This thing has been done to death by Sideshow and Hottoys!
     
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  4. Stephen Charter Lounger

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    A.K.47 wrote 11 minutes earlier  » 
    I seriously hope CM won't be making an IronMan maquette. This thing has been done to death by Sideshow and Hottoys!


    I think it's fair to say that both Sideshow and Hot Toys have made some pretty definitive and stunning renditions of this character. I've little interest in seeing CM pursue it.
     
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  5. SolidLiquidFox Verbal Diarrhoea

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    Here is the thing for me: all these Marvel properties on that big screen are cool and all (speaking as a huge comics fan that still reads some comics). HOWEVER, I don't know about them being film icons in the sense that I view the Cinemaquette line.
    I see people dropping 2 bills (2K) on a 1:2 Iron Man and I just can't justify it. I like the first Iron Man film but it's success in the box office did not correlate to my love of the movie itself. It was entertaining but not a classic for me. None of the Marvel films are. The one thing that felt "magical" to me was the Doc vs Spidey fight in Spider-Man 2. I can truly say they picked up a comic and tried to choreograph that thing with that same spirit.
     
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  6. phil the sixth Charter Lounger

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    SolidLiquidFox wrote 32 minutes earlier »
    Here is the thing for me: all these Marvel properties on that big screen are cool and all (speaking as a huge comics fan that still reads some comics). HOWEVER, I don't know about them being film icons in the sense that I view the Cinemaquette line.


    Feeling the same José although I personally have to make an exception for Blade...(but an awesome PF of Snipes would be just as good for me).
     
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  7. phil the sixth Charter Lounger

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    Stephen wrote 2 hours earlier »
    A.K.47 wrote 11 minutes earlier  » 
    I seriously hope CM won't be making an IronMan maquette. This thing has been done to death by Sideshow and Hottoys!


    I think it's fair to say that both Sideshow and Hot Toys have made some pretty definitive and stunning renditions of this character. I've little interest in seeing CM pursue it.

    Agreed on both accounts...
     
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    i will have to disagree on the IM cm, eventhough it has been overly done, the cm would be the ultimate , because it would be downys face in silicon and the punched in hair and beard, which would make it a master piece, and helmet to go with it. but i do say im in no hurry for it as i think there are more iconic things than downy. as for the 1/2 scale , hell i think its awesome but would accept that the only reason i got that was there was no 1/3 scale, once a 1/3 scale comes along its history, :top:
     
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  9. Enomis Smooth Conversationalist

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    I must disagree also about the Iron Man maquette 1:2
    At least if you mean about the movie then it's only personal taste ...
    for example for me iron man is the best marvel-movie and the first spiderman movie is the second , and I totally hate kill bill movies and Nolan's Batman (for me Burton will remain the Master and so on... :)
    But when you speak about statue you need to stay on the FX piece , I love the predator wolf even if the movie is crap ...
    By the way the IM Maquette is coming directly from the Stan Winston studios , every time i look at mine it take the breath away,
    especially when you can see the same maquette inside the stan winston studio (the art of iron man book)
    Do you really think that this piece is not enough for Iron Man Mark III ?
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    I really prefer that Cinemaquette don't waste time to create a second statue of one of the best maquette that exist...
    There are tons of good character that are still missing of replica ...
    See ya
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  10. SolidLiquidFox Verbal Diarrhoea

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    Let's remember the pedigree of the Predator 1/4 Sideshow maquette......and then the CM Predator happened. There is always room for a 1/3 representation of the character. I personally don't love Iron Man to that degree so it's neither here nor there for me. However, I do see how fans of the franchise would want a CM.
     
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    rrjrstatueman wrote 6 hours earlier »
    i will have to disagree on the IM cm, eventhough it has been overly done, the cm would be the ultimate , because it would be downys face in silicon and the punched in hair and beard, which would make it a master piece, and helmet to go with it. but i do say im in no hurry for it as i think there are more iconic things than downy. as for the 1/2 scale , hell i think its awesome but would accept that the only reason i got that was there was no 1/3 scale, once a 1/3 scale comes along its history, :top:

    Raf your making me drool.
     
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  12. C11 SID Pub Talker

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    I had the SS 1/2 IM, and IMO there was something about it that was off, there was not the right amount of under-cuts and made it look like a solid hunk of statue."I sold it" I will hope that one day I can get a CM IM
     
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  13. Enomis Smooth Conversationalist

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    I think that depends a lot from what you search in the statue ...
    if you want the iconic figure with Robert Face and so on i must agree that CM will be the best,
    but like in my case i want a small piece of the making of the Movie FX and i appreciate the sideshow one because it was born in this way : created for movie purpose and then remolded for merchandise.
    The predator has a different story cause both piece (SS and CM) are maded several years after the movie and the CM represent what the predator should be in terms of dimensions and so on but is not a part of the original movie , i estremely love my CM pred but i know that is represent the Steve Wang idea of the pred and lucky it collide with mine.
    So i'm pretty sure that also for IM will be the same , CM should be better and more complex but it will be not part of the movie making ...
    and hope to see Robocop, Rocky, the Gladiator and many other prior to buy a pair of IM :D
    That's all
     
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  14. André Verbal Diarrhoea

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    I would love to see a representation of Charlton Heston as Moses.
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    To me, the big historical epics of the 50's will always be the ultimate in movies, and are true works of art, so to have a piece of that history standing in my home would be great :love:
     
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  15. SolidLiquidFox Verbal Diarrhoea

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    I'll take him as his Planet of the Apes character
     
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  16. phil the sixth Charter Lounger

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    A.K.47 wrote 2 hours earlier »
    I would love to see a representation of Charlton Heston as Moses.
    To me, the big historical epics of the 50's will always be the ultimate in movies, and are true works of art, so to have a piece of that history standing in my home would be great :love:

    I would rather have a Bruce Almighty maquette splitting his bowl of soup... :D
     
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  17. André Verbal Diarrhoea

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    :hmm: In what form? Wearing a spacesuit or being half naked? :D
     
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  18. André Verbal Diarrhoea

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    phil the sixth wrote 3 minutes earlier »
    A.K.47 wrote 2 hours earlier »
    I would love to see a representation of Charlton Heston as Moses.
    To me, the big historical epics of the 50's will always be the ultimate in movies, and are true works of art, so to have a piece of that history standing in my home would be great :love:

    I would rather have a Bruce Almighty maquette splitting his bowl of soup... :D

    You know that blasphemy is punishable by death, right? :sparta:
     
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  19. SolidLiquidFox Verbal Diarrhoea

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    I would say some sort of variation of the space suit after they crash. There really are no space suit icons that I can think of. Taylor would make a great one as a CM.
     
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  20. André Verbal Diarrhoea

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    I think that in any case, a Charlton Heston maquette would be highly justified because he's one of the true icons of movie history. There's not that many actors, alive or dead, that can compare with the legacy Heston left behind.
     
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