Hiro Clix: Naruto
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Quintessential Winter Soldier
Quintessential Ninjak
The Quintessential Alien
Quintessential Mad Pierrot
Quintessential Zombie Spider-Man
Quintessential Zombie Wolverine

The Quintessential Leeroy Jenkins
The Quintessential Joker
Quintessential Iron Patriot
Quintessential Flash
Hiro Clix: Golgo 13
Quintessential Taskmaster
The Quintessential Kung Fury
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The Quintessential Silver Surfer
The Quintessential Deadpool
Quintessential Daredevil
The Quintessential Jimmy Olsen
Hiro Clix: Sokka
Quintessential Arrow
The Quintessential Superior Iron Man
Quintessential Batman Beyond
Quintessential Invisible Woman
The Quintessential Punisher
Critical Miss: Sponsored Teams
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Quintessential Sunfire
Worst Clix Ever - Abomination
Quintessential Superior Spider-Man MK2
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Quintessential Deathstroke
Worst Clix Ever - Iron Man Mk 15
Worst Clix Ever - Element Lad
Quintessential Ash Williams
Quintessential Freddy Krueger
Quintessential Jason (Double Feature!)
Hiro Clix: Goku
Quintessential Juggernaut
Worst Clix Ever - Wrecker
Quintessential Spider-Man
Worst Clix Ever - Hound
Quintessential Doomsday
Worst Clix Ever - Parasite
Bystander Party! (Colleen Wing)
Quintessential Dr. Doom
ClixCraves: D&D
Bystander Party! (Val Cooper)
Quintessential Spawn
ClixCraves: TMNT
Quintessential Aquaman
Quintessential Hulk
Quintessential Batman
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ClixCraves: Superman
ClixCraves: Captain America
Clix Addict #2
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HeroClix World Evolution
Joe Kubert, RIP 08-12-2012
Gen Con: I wish I Was Going
HeroClix Podcast: Starting Over
Critical Clix: Star Trek Tactics
Of Dice and Plastic Men: Gandalf and Superman, Rep
Of Dice and Plastic Men: The Super-est of Sets
Of Dice and Plastic Men:Nightcrawler User's Guide
Karl Confidential: A Wizkids Moment
How to Build a Successful Venue
Of Dice and Plastic Men: Sweet Release
Masterpiece HeroClix
Of Dice and Plastic Men: X Marks the Spot
Clix Addict #1
Bin Laden: Dead
Critical Clix: PAC Powers
The Borders Effect
Happy Pi Day!
DreamClix: Zombie Apocalypse
ClixCraves Vol 02
Economy, Trolls, & HeroClixs
Robert's Dial Maker
ClixCraves Vol 01
DreamClix: The Transformers
Batman on My Baby
Critical Miss: Injustice League
DreamClix: Star Trek
Critical Miss: Giants
HeroClix World Baby!
Critical Miss: Print and Play
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Black History Month
Fixing HeroClix

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4) Huge Figures
These have sold very well at JC Comics, and John wished they could keep them in stock. The Galactus, Starro, and Spectre figures were snatched up within a week no less than two Cthulu figures (HorrorClix) were sold. The fact is that these are very popular to the HeroClix gamers and even the non gamer. If the owners can keep these around the $100.00 price mark, then these will sell very well to comic book and game shops everywhere. Even now I hear players wanting a Galactus and Starro (and Cthulu). I suspect these are more popular in comic stores than game stores, but both are equally important for the future of HeroClix.

5) More Boxed Sets
These are great. Period. Being able to see the figures in the box made them very appealing, but more importantly a collector or comic fan could buy am entire superhero team in one box. No need for new maps or dice – just give me a good team to help reinforce my love of comic book superheroes (or villiains)! Both John and Jeff were very pleased with the sales of these sets, and they were especially happy with the packaging (which made them easier to sell). The same is also true for the newer Starter Sets.

6) Boxed Cards

Here’s an idea, how about selling 10 pre-selected Feats in a non-random pack? Cardboard is dirt cheap, and they wouldn’t have to pay any licensing fees to make them. Jeff felt that the $3.99 mark would be ideal, while John felt that $4.99 would be fair. However, I’d argue that you could go up to $7.99. Heck, they could even reprint some of the more sought-after cards and errata them. I would pay up to $9.99 for a pack that included a fixed Fortitude and Nanobots card. Want to make it more interesting? Offer another mail-away figure if you send in 2 proofs of purchase!

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i got a starro in a uk shop for 21.00 pounds and the anti-monitor for a fiver on ebay to be fair i got them this year

Posted by: ikari on 1/11/2010 10:53:14 AM
You know after posting my last comment, I've come to think about a more effective way for Wizkids/NECA to make extra money. They can have a dial and figure repair program that can also print out lost or damaged character cards. This allows for the hardcore collectors or people with OCD to pay a nominal fee to have either a stat dial reprinted, missing or lost character card reprinted and shipped to them or a broken figure remade and shipped. This would be similar to thier exchange program they had many years ago, only now if you want a repaired dial or figure you have to pay $3.99.

I mean who wouldn't want to replace their broken KC Green Lanterns sword, broken KC Magog staff, black creep on their CT Nightcrawler unique, or have a lost/missing Guy Gardner card reprinted to go along with the figure. I think printing official replacement dial stickers and character cards would cost Wizkids/NECA very little and perhaps translate into more revenue and satisfied heroclix collectors.

Posted by: BigBlueBeast1982 on 12/25/2009 5:24:06 AM
I like the heroclix legends idea particularly. Reprinting some older figures would allow for a newer, clearer, and creep free dial of some of our older figures. This could translate into collectors using these boosters as a sort of repair kit to fix older figures and their tainted dials or parts. I know my KC Superman from Unleashed needs a new dial as you can see the red from his dial creeping behind his stat sticker and it drives me nuts........

Posted by: BigBlueBeast1982 on 12/25/2009 5:10:34 AM