Marvel Vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds fans got an early taste of potential Minimate merchandise back in February in the form of promotional images, but it wasn't until last weekend's C2E2 that Diamond Select Toys put Art Asylum's upcoming line on display for all to see. What's more, the DST Minimate panel at the show gave collectors a much better idea the line's full potential. Get the full skinny after the cut.According
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