Blurr v.s. Blurr

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  1. brimsoldier59

    brimsoldier59 Well-Known Member

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    What toy do you think is better animated blurr or the new generations figure blurr. Personally I use the animated blurr with my classics. He fits in nice. Who do you prefer?
     
  2. Josh

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    Animated Blurr FTW!
     
  3. Wollstone

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    They're two different characters, so they're both fine.
     
  4. odeean

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    Generations for me. It seems pretty accurate to the comic.
     
  5. PoweredConvoy

    PoweredConvoy Randy of the Allspark

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    Animated Blurr's style is way too different from the Classics figures. He's a nice figure, but I much prefer the Generations one to display with Classics. The United one will look really cool too as he goes for comic accurate colors.

    Randy
     
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    Animated Blurr is way too stylized as well as tall tp fit into a Classics display.

    I think Generations Blurr is perfectly fine.
     
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    both r great!!! love both!!! But if I had to pick only one i would go with generations blurr!!!
     
  8. Maverick Hunter Christian

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    Genny Blurr
     
  9. and2ng

    and2ng Examples, Stupid!

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    Gen. Blurr goes to Classics and Ani. Blurr belongs to Animated. Putting Animated Blurr in the Classics line-up makes him stick out too much due to the different style aesthetics.

    In fact, placing any Animated TFs into the Classics line-up would make the Animated figures stick out like a sore thumb. Yes, Animated Arcee included.
     
  10. sacha88

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    Love them both but I have to go for Gen Blurr, just an amazing mold, and the weapons are great.
     
  11. bcm77

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    It doesn't really display well with the Classics but I think Animated Blurr is the better of the two by some considerable margin.

    The only thing Generations Blurr has going for it is the headsculpt.
     
  12. Nightrain

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    So they can co-exist in the same continuity? I'd like to see those conversations.
     
  13. Grimwing

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    Generations Blurr is a lot easier to Transform. And it has lots of great play features . But animated Blurr definitely looks more like the G1 character.
     
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    I love my Classics just as much as I love my Animated, and I love my Animated.

    That being said I don't think these two lines are interchangable. The beauty of Animated was its fresh, awesome, and stylized designs. What makes Animated great is also the thing that stops those figures from matching with any others.

    For Classics you will have to go with Generations Blurr...which I still have yet to see in Toronto argh!!! lol
     
  15. brimsoldier59

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    I think blurr is always supposed to stand out a little. He's a transformer with a super power. The only difference I can really see is he's thin. I even have animated arcee with my chug line up.
     
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    Generations looks better with your classics, but I'm really fond of and prefer animated blur. I'd love a classics style figure based off those designs.

    Of course, there are a lot of transformations that I'd like to see again and a number of character designs I'd like to see made more classics looking.
     
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    I honestly like both, but it's probably because G1 Blurr was one of my first Transformer figures as a kid, so I'm partial to the character.
     
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    Animated! Gen blurrs not even an original mold.
     
  19. QmTablit

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    They're both fine toys, but obviously Generations Blurr is the one intended to be displayed with the rest of the "Classics" styled figures.
     
  20. wildfly

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    Personally, i couldn't agree less.
     

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