Has anybody bought the oversized classics starscream?

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  1. dkr7

    dkr7 "Argh' Hexagonal Nuts!"

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  2. Torque

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    have a pic?
     
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    Oversized? Never heard of that one before. Definitely need pics.
     
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    FatalT 71 Mr. JazzHunter

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    Looks like it's probably about the size of Megatron, I would think. Not too crazy about it though.
     
  5. Torque

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    i would think they made him that size for the purpose of being in scale with him.
     
  6. Rayzilla Prime

    Rayzilla Prime I RIP ALL MY RAZE!

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    For a KO, it looks pretty decent. The arms look like they have pretty good articulation as well. With a bit of tinkering, the wings can be fixed so they're straight up in robot mode. $15 bucks doesn't sound too bad either, considering it's almost Leader sized.

    And that card he's on - do I spy Grimlock?! If there's an over-sized Classics Grimlock floating around out there, I wants it. :drool: 
     
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    Don't like the look of the arms, I doubt the able joint will be as reliable as the friction joint used on the originals.
     

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