Good haul today ;D

Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by Mr007Jamster, Apr 3, 2012.

  1. Mr007Jamster

    Mr007Jamster Decepticon Leader

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    Bought a few figures today- DOTM Deluxe Specialist Ratchet,
    ROTF Voyager Fallen, ROTF 2-pack Whirl and Bludgeon, and Prime Cyberverse
    Bulkhead. Thoughts on these figures anyone?
     
  2. Dormamu

    Dormamu I am Broot.

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    Specialist Ratchet is one of the better versions of the character. If the Fallen is your thing, then feel free to dance naked. Not my thing though. Whirl and Bludgeon are good because there's third party add on kits to make them even better.

    And Prime Cyberverse Bulkhead? He kind of trumps them all. Tiny, but a very decent transform, and just plain fun to play around with.
     
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    Grimwing Scientist Supreme

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    I always really like that Whirl and Blugeon Two pack. Partially because that whirl has the right colors for the G1 wrecker homage to work and The red light pipeing is great.

    But as a battle pack from the time. It succeeded at being an epic battle in a box. Due to the implied rivalry between the metalikato masters.
    That's something your seeing more with Transformers Prime now. Is that most of the Autobots and Decepticons have direct rivals to hold grudges against.

    With Voyager Fallen. I think its impressive how massive and poseable it is, taken as just the movie monster robot mode with all the sculpted details. It can be fun. The gimmick of the energy blades springing up seems to be a carry over idea from the first movie leader megatrons Energy power up. There are also little energy pieces on the shoulders to flip up.
     
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