1.) AmericanHyena asks: If you gave Romat-Ru unique alien hands, why did Tomar-Re, who is the same species, get human hands?
Because that is how he looked in the reference material provided. There have been many artists over the years who have interpreted DC characters. DCUC is the Mattel/Four Horsemen interpretation.
2.) Mosh asks: What happened to the double articulation on Kyle Rayner? The proto showed double joints on a basic body which could have been the new mold for future figures, did you already ditch that idea?
Some characters in GL Classics and future DCUC waves will have the double articulation when it is logistically possible.
3.) Busterhighman asks: I remember way back in one of these QA’s that Matty explained that the DCUC Green Arrow figure had to come with an arrow permanently attached to his bow for safety reasons and that it was a decision out of Mattel’s hands. The new Bow figure in MOTUC does not have an arrow permanently affixed to his bow. What’s the difference?
Bow’s bow does not have a string so it is not required that an arrow be lodged permanently.
4.) PrfktTear asks: If Green Lantern Classics proves to be popular enough in conjunction with the 2011 film, will there be any consideration be given to producing a Batman themed “Dark Knight Classics” in the same vein for the forthcoming Christopher Nolan-directed Batman film?
We do have big plans for more Dark Knight collector figures to announce at our Collector Night at NYTF Feb 13th from 3-6pm.
5.) Venenor asks: Will we see a continuing trend from here on out in MOTUC with the new bootsculpts that don’t have a visible peg/hole at the ankle like Vikor’s?
While these boots did not make it onto Preternia He-Man we do plan to use them going forward.