New Transformers Crossovers Boxart of HULK & Wolverine!

Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by netkid, Apr 14, 2008.

  1. netkid

    netkid Where's my Goddamn shoe!

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    Ravenxl7 W.A.F.F.L.E.O.

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    For some reason, I get a Frankenstein monster feel from the Hulk's head. Wolverine looks prett cool. I'm curious to see if his claws will be one piece molded to look like it could be 3 seperate blades, or if it'll actually be molded in the shape of three seperate blades. I'm guessing that they'll be solid pieces because of the safety laws. Either way, there's a good chance I'll be getting him (at least for a kitbash). Brawn and Trailbreaker come to mind as two good options for a kitbash from him.
     
  3. netkid

    netkid Where's my Goddamn shoe!

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    Me too! It's gotta be the hair they put on him, plus, the green skin and grim expression.

    I can just see it now...

    MARVEL Transformers: Episode 1
    The Human Torch: "What's up ya big green oaf?"
    HULK: "NAARRHH!!! FIRE BAD!!!!!"
    *stomps out the Human Torch*
    The Human Torch: "Ouchies."
     
  4. Robogeek28

    Robogeek28 Who're you calling a geek?

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    Hulkalicious!!:p 
     
  5. Primus

    Primus Beware, the modelers. Veteran

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    I love Marcello's work. Probably my second favorite TF artist.
     
  6. newguy

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    wow
     
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    Ruination04 8 Years Old Since 1984!

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    Incredible Constructicon Hulk...the original Devastator.
     
  8. Smasher

    Smasher HUNKY BEATS

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    I think the Marvel TFs are silly, but MAN, MARCELLO CAN DRAW!
    His artwork is HAWT!
     
  9. Smokescreen

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    Both look awesome. Thankfully, they went with some cool action poses instead of just standing there with their mouths hanging open.
     
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    I dunno I get this whole Marvel people transform into robots thing, if you do then enjoy.
     
  11. mizuki088

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    I though it was Movie Constructicon get a face made-over in a Human world.
     
  12. jazz4ever

    jazz4ever I'm turned on by numbers

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    the hulk looks like BM primal and the construticons baby...that sounded so wrong
     
  13. Caterwaul

    Caterwaul Busou Shinki Loremaster

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    They actually make good looking robots in robot mode, which is one of my prime factors in 'how good is it'. Swap out the heads and you have decent 'real' TFs. Of course, the actual toys might not be as good, although the Hulk one wasnt bad.
     
  14. Ktulu

    Ktulu Whoosh TFW2005 Supporter

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    Caterwaul I agree, I think so far they're more convincing bots than the SW ones have been barring very few exceptions
     
  15. The Asp

    The Asp Are we having fun yet?

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    I don't get the whole superhero thing of humans flying around shooting energy blasts at each other.

    Now giant transforming alien robots. . .
     
  16. Red leader

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    Please lord dont let these be megamorphs all over again! Wolvie looks really good
     
  17. netkid

    netkid Where's my Goddamn shoe!

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    Toybiz's Marvel Shape-Shifters line wasn't at all bad. Most of the figures had inventive transformation schemes, coupled along with great representations of their superhero counterparts, and decent alt-modes. And it had a pretty good run from the late 90's all the way up to 2006.

    Marvel Megamorphs on the other hand, were poorly done from the get go.
    If you can notice the bot in the alt-mode, then it's not a well executed transformable toy. That was most of Megamorph's problem, but not for all of their figures.
     

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