Discussion in 'Transformers 3rd Party Discussion' started by dxp, Feb 26, 2017.
God damn it, Springer. Get your popularity game together.
Ironhide and Ratchet are in dire need of good voyager size figures. None really exist. I thought it would the the no brainer.
They're not War/Fall of Cybertron, but iGear's Weapon and Medical Specialists are right around the same height as Generations Voyager Springer and are absolutely amazing figures.
I suppose I'm growing more and more alone in my desire for in game scale WFC figures... (which to fit most stuff nowadays should be deluxes).
While I agree that a PX Bruticus would be much better than the Hasbro one, I must say for their first (and only release that I know of) Microblaze did a bang up job with their Onslaught.
I don't have any QC issues with my copy and he actually looks good with the PX figures. The real issue is with the Hasbro limbs and the need to partsform. If PX did their own version I would hope they could pull off the set with no partsforming with the limb figures.
Microblaze Onslaught does look great.
I wonder if PX would do a Voyager Onslaught and deluxe limbs?
I'm fine with some partsforming, it's a combiner after all. If the best way to get the arms to look that way is to split the arm guys then so be it. I don't want to sacrifice the individuals for all in one stuff.
I think any combiner would need to have a larger torso bot with smaller limb bots (unless you're into the ROTF Devastator look ) to look proportionate. I know Predaking doesn't traditionally follow that formula but I think he's the only one.
Oh I am fine with partforming too as I don't expect limb bots to have built in combiner hands and feet. It's more the ripping torsos, arms and legs off that I'm not a huge fan of. I mean I admire Microblazes ingenuity to pull off the overall look with the stock figures but I doubt a scratch built figure by PX would need that level of partsforming. I mean look at all the modern limb bots with built-in dedicated elbows for combiner mode. Combiners have come a long way since the day of using limb bot thighs as elbow joints
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