Help Identify these toys,PLEASE!!

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  1. Cloudraker

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    Oh WOW. Those are kick-ass. The big black one with the tire on his arm may be the coolest bionicle I have ever seen.

    Unfortunately, they look like customs to me. The layout isn't right for a commercial setup, and do you really think lego would release a batgirl-type figure with batsigns on her big plastic boobs?

    I know I hope they do.
     
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    From my experience of attending a Wonderfest. that is most definaltely a custom. There are very few true toy companies represented. and Lego is not one of them. There are hundreds of people customizing something. Hardly nothing is a brand new product. Unless it is custom and originally made. but again nothing like Lego is represented in any official capacity.
     
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    Well, That figures.
    I never got into Bionicle.But most of those are very creative.
    Thanks alot guys!
     
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    Interesting.
     
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    Customs, I'm half Bionicle fan, I know the difference between customs and real ones.
     

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