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SUPERHEROES! 50080, Zenith, and 50107, Afterburn (pic-heavy)

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Thanks all! I'm glad they came out okay. They'll get some better shots with Crosswire soon. 
The Cap conversion was fun and easy. I really should put some shield straps on there, but that is less easy and can wait. 

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