Human Alliance ( I know this observation is late)

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  1. Rattrap Primal

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    I noticed that Human Alliance is almost a homage to the old Diaclone drivers that where in Japan, only without the magnetic feet
     
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    Digilaut My name is Drift.

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    homage, or logical for a franchise that's about the interaction between robots in disguise and humans? :p 

    In my opinion, they're pretty late with this..love them!
     
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    I was orginally on the fence on this subline, but after Barricade it's my favorite types of ROTF figures, though I know that not the entire film cast will be made (maybe Rampage with Sam's parents, Sideways with Alice, Jolt with Leo...) but Prime, Ironhide, Ratchet and Jetfire are too big (unless future Leader Class figures incorparates HA features...)
     
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    TehPaws I have a silly name!

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    My only observation has more to do with how tiny the humans are. Bumblebee is one gosh-darn big Camaro! :O
     
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    Funny. I actually started thinking about this the other day while taking a look, at my HA Barricade.
     
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    The humans do not seem to be in scale with the cars... too small.
     

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