ROTF Mighty Muggs?

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  1. G1Wheeljack

    G1Wheeljack Well-Known Member

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    Does anyone else think Hasbro might make ROTF Mighty Muggs since it seems the G1 MM's are over after this wave? If so who do you think we'll get? Personally I'd love to see Demolishor just to see how Hasbro would pull it off.
     
  2. GogDog

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    I thought we read somewhere that they were. I can't remember, but I was certain I did...

    Actually, I thought that was the reason the G1 MMs were suspended, was so the RotF MMs would come out along with the RotF line. Maybe I dreamt it.
     
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    It seems like a good marketing move so I have a feeling you may be right. If we do get them & they make a Starscream can I expect awesome pics from you of it w/G1 MM Screamer?
     
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    How would that work? Some of the ROTF bots don't have normal legs.
     
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    Since the Mighty Muggs have won me over, I'd love RotF versions. I don't know if they'd have the same personality (I love Starscream's smirk on his) as the current ones, but I'd definetly pick some up. It'd make sense too with Hasbro pushing the movie line.
     
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    I know what you mean, but I'm sure if they make some, they'll be made out to be very.......... cute...
     
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    Unless Jazz and shockwave are cancelled because of ROTF I can see it happening. But If Jazz and Shockwave got cancelled because of bad sales, i say no.
     
  8. Paxtin

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    I could see it happening, just because a movie BB Mug seems like a no brainer.

    It's quite likely you're not going to see them attempt a movie Demolishor Mug though. There's just no way you could get that to feasibly work.
    But Prime, Megs, possibly Starscream, I could see them doing.
    Probably Jazz, just because he's geting an RPM as well.
     
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    Shark Jumper さあ、お前の罪を数えろ

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    I suspected this would happen we'll probably get Michael Bay, Explosion, and Sam since Hasbro loves to make toys of Shia Le Bouf for some reason.
     
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    I've seen that from a Mighty Muggs forum as well.

    As for who, maybe we'll get a rehash of wave 1 - Optimus, Megs, 'Bee, and Soundwave. There seem to be enough movie Transformers with human-enough designs (i.e. head in the conventional place, two arms and two legs) that they could do a few waves like the G1 ones. 4 in the first and two after. The four above, followed by Sideswipe and Sideways together then Jetfire and the Fallen.
     

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