Counter Punch Query

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  1. Prime Noble

    Prime Noble Well-Known Member

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    Was wondering if anyone could post a pic of Counterpunch, preferably in both modes alongside G1 Prowl or Jazz.

    Was wondering how they compare size wise.

    Thanks.
     
  2. brr-icy

    brr-icy G1 Collector

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    he is about an inch and a half to two inches taller than them, i don't have him anymore for pics
     
  3. Lunar Archivist

    Lunar Archivist Well-Known Member

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    You're lucky I happen to be doing inventory right now, Prime Noble. :) 

    Overhead view:

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    Front view:

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    Punch's official robot mode (as per the instruction manual) with Jazz and Prowl:

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    Punch's incredibly crappy unofficial robot mode (as per the official box artwork and front page of the instruction manual) with Jazz and Prowl:

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  4. T-Logicon

    T-Logicon assembles the drones

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    Sweet. Love the vintage Jazz!! Martini Porsche FTW!!!!



    Awesome sig pic!!!!!!!
     
  5. Lunar Archivist

    Lunar Archivist Well-Known Member

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    Thank you on both counts. :) 
     
  6. Gingerchris

    Gingerchris Telly-headed Tyrant

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    They look like figures from entirely different shape-changing robot toylines, don't they? Mental, eh?
     
  7. DoubleClouder

    DoubleClouder Autobot/Decepticon

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    The unoffical mode is really an intended transformation that the prototype could do. Originally Punch's feet had small brass wheels on them and he could roll. You can actually see wheels on the top of Counterpunches feet in the box art on. Don't know why they dropped it.
     
  8. Foster

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    :lol  He looks like Cotton Hill in that unofficial mode!
     
  9. WhiteMocha

    WhiteMocha TFW2005 Supporter

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    Thus is the wacky, piecemeal nature of G1. :)  And arguably, one of its strengths. If it hadn't been cobbled together from various disparate toy lines, it wouldn't have unique things like cassette-player bots mixed with car-bots mixed with battle-station-bots.
     
  10. Gingerchris

    Gingerchris Telly-headed Tyrant

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    Oh, I get that, and love it myself. It's just you look at Prowl and Jazz there and they're just so different from Counterpunch. At least the early G1 toys all had the same levels of detail and reality to them to some degree.
     

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