Here's one that's been bothering me for a couple years now:
What is wrong with Hasbro's product photographers? Every time Hasbro releases their "high resolution" production photos of upcoming figures the pictures are almost always terrible. The lighting is bad, the figures are posed in such a way that I wonder if the photographers have ever even seen Star Wars (much less a human body) before, and it's like they are trying their best to accentuate all of the flaws of the toy. So, do Hasbro's photographers realize that their job is to make their product look appealing? Because it sure doesn't seem like anyone has told them that.
This is the kind of thing I'm talking about when I say that it seems like Hasbro's photographers have never even seen the Star Wars movies before: