I read in another post earlier that HASBRO sued another toy company- possibly in Holland (could be wrong) over "transformable toys that they were making"- mostly parts-formers where the kibble became body armor and such. Is this remotely true? On what basis can they do such a dick-ish thing? Surely, anti-trust laws should prevent them from putting anyone else out of business- especially when their product doesn't look or share the same copyrighted names as HASBRO's I.P.. Right? HASBRO might own the brand name TRANSFORMERS... but can they own the concept of toys where vehicles turn into cars, etc?