Official Images of Transformers Animated Halloween Treat Mini-Puzzles

Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by Tim Formas, Sep 25, 2009.

  1. Tim Formas

    Tim Formas Old Man Administrator

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    They even make official photoshopped pics of random merch?

    Fantastic.

    Nice they are taking the "Give out something other than candy" approach at least.
     
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    In contrast to their set of transformers animated lollipop valentines cards.

    Though those autobot symbol pops were a high quality sweet. Very cherry.

    I honestly think these 50 piece puzzle packs are kind of neat, but Its not something I would be willing to give away. Only the cheapest candy will do for trick or treaters. Melster's Peanut butter candy and Smarties are my cheap favorites.
     
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    grimlock1972 "No Mas" My Wallet

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    kind of cool sad thing is 90% of them will be thrown away with out ever being opened as the kids want free candy and just that, not puzzles, not pencils, not granola bars, the only other acceptable thing to most of them is money, they will take what they are given of course but if they don't like it its never gonna be touched other than to toss it in the trash or give away to someone who does
     
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    Gonna have to find these, not for trick-or-treaters, but for me :) 
     
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    Ooo, these will be lots of fun for my son and I to put together...sold!
     
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    Sigh. I always cringe whenever that stock illustration of Optimus Prime shows up. Even the worst show animators on their worst day rarely did something that bad.
     
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    These are great if you are running low on eggs and toilet paper at your house.
     
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    I can dig it.
     
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    I don't know about that, whenever I've been able to give out tiny coloring books with crayons the little kids LOVE them. These would be just like getting presents with their candy. Big kids are the jerks about such things, and not really the demographic for the item anyway.

    --Moony
     
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    very true color books would be another exception and some kids have been drilled to show proper manners and as such they act all happy when they get what they get and complain later, but yes the little ones generally are happy with any thing its the older kids 7-12 that get real picky
     
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    for some reason 'all treat, no sweet' irks me.
     
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    This.
     
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    I'm gonna buy 7 packs of these and throw the pieces at the people in the food court at the mall, from the balcony above...
     
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    I'll probably get several packs if I can find them (I couldn't find any of the plush bucket last year). I like that Screamer.
     
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    These would be pretty cool to give to the kids in your family or immediate circle of friends, I agree with others cheap candy for the regular Trick-or-Treaters!:popcorn 
     
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    Has anyone seen any yet? The only kind my Walmart had was the ROTF Candy Mix. Are these only going to be sold a one place or what?
     

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