Super Detailed Replicas for ROTF

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  1. red4

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    No, they don't exist as far as I'm concerned; but I think it would be a damned dandy idea. 12-inchers and such. Kotobukiya or McFarlane are my suggestions. Any other takers?
     
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    I would kill for Hot Toys to make movie bots.
     
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    I heard the robot replicas are much better this time around...Okay, it's not the same thing, but it's the closest you will get. :p 
     
  4. deltaprime

    deltaprime The Christian Transfan

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    ^ Yeah, they do look much better. I was even considering getting Ironhide, but I just went with Brownaway instead.
     
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    A great suggestion, HT make the best 1:6 scale action figures and the few robots they've done like the Terminator Endoskeleton and ED-209 from Robocop were excellent.

    HT Transformer replicas wouldn't be cheap but I reckon they'd look a lot closer to the CGI renders than the majority of Hasbro's stuff and there'd be no issues with paint apps either.
     
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    Yeah, those would be pretty cool. It'd probably be the closest thing to Masterpiece versions of the movie characters. I'd love a Prime, Sideswipe, Blackout and Brawl.
     
  7. red4

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    I'm referring to non-transforming figures.
     
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    So am I. That's what I meant by 'closest thing to.'
     
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  10. netkid

    netkid Where's my Goddamn shoe!

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    What the hell happened to CORGI and their line of super-detailed movie 1 statues?

    Did they never make them? They had some amazing stuff shown.
     
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    1:6 Scale Transformers? :eek:  That would eat up a ton of shelf space...
     

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