I was just looking at the latest batch of Crossovers, meh, and naturally enough the question comes to mind. Why are they still making these? I've bought some in my time. I think I've satisfied that curiosity. I'm unlikely to buy them again. But I don't particularly mind their existence. Anyway while we don't see sales figures for toys, the most obvious answer to the question is that they continue make them because people continue to buy them. So. Should we therefore conclude that there is a bigger appetite for Crossovers, than for the transformers based on actual transformer characters from TFA and TF Universe? I suppose that's possible, and I can accept if that's the case. It just seems a strange state of affairs. I would've thought Crossovers would be a weird niche thing at best. The only thing I can think of is maybe Hasbro continues Crossovers unlike other TF lines, assuming the Crossovers line isn't really competition for the movie line and will sell to a different fanbase than regular transformers. thoughts?