Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by Tommybg2003, Jul 9, 2010.
New pics found in Walmart image index, looked around didnt see these anywhere on the forum
Advanced transformation 4!?
I'm looking forward to seeing these stealth force toys in the shops, literally minutes of fun!
Stealth Force Megatron: Because a tank is so inconspicuous.
the kids will like them.
Well, looks like that Mudflap was indeed meant as a 'sand' repaint..in which case..it doesn't work at all.
That Starscreams Assault two pack is just SCREAMING shelfwarmer.
Oh I disagree - Mudflap is a bit mediocre - but bare in mind that aside from the slightly tricky to find Nebula version Starscream's ROTF mold is really hard to get inmy experience - like Ironhide it's hardly seen for several months now.
That said I'd probably be getting more excited by other things say Legends Mini-bots in G2 homage colors, or a yellow Bludgeon Repaint.
I think theSandy Mudflap would work best if there's a Sandy Skids to go with it.
"Don't worry Sally, it's just a harmless...OH MY GOD IT'S A KILLING MACHINE NOOOOOO!!!!!"
Looks like Mudflap got himself a serious rash.
More transformers that don't turn into robots?
Oh well. At least the PCC scouts look great.
Oh I'm not down on them, I do think they'll be fun I just can't see myself buying any so I'll content myself with playing around with them in TRU.
I got a fever......and the only perscription is more MUDFLAP!
Well at least we know what Starscream's Assault is now. Mudflap looks decent and it looks like Starscream grey plastic is alot lighter color.
The Entertainer never seems to run out of ROTF Starscream & Mixmaster and they've been reduced for months.
yay, another Mudflap repaint that nobody will wanna buy
Oh boy TFs that dont transform (ashame about Inferno) and yet another Mudflap. . . . DO I smell success. . . . . or is that that some thing else I smell altogether?
Well, you know, these toys weren't designed by the same people who design transformable toys. This is Hasbro incorporating other styles of toys (i.e. regular non-transformable cars) into the Transformers brand name.
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