Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by Darkhawk79, Sep 14, 2011.
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Saw it yesterday, forearms could work for kitbashes, but the main question would be if the hands got any kind of finger articulation
Looks horribly dumbed-down.
could be good for kitbashing.
They took one of the best things about the primus mold away? Or do they still have the hands?
He's very basic looking. I agree that he couldbe a good kitbash figure but that's about it. If you aready have a version of Primus this would be a no-no.
If only it had the hands, this would be awesome news for customizers.
This could be an excellent source of inexpensive Primus figures to bash up into things like Golden Age Cybertron (G1 toon) Organic Cybertron (BM) and even weird alternate-universe Cybertrons... or modified with all sorts of kibble on the planet bits, to make any number of mechanichal planets (gobotron, the Star Trek TNG Dyson Sphere... Hell even death Star?)
Alright. Who wants to take one for the team and buy it!? <__<
The Omega Lock looks pegged onto Primus... so maybe I'm wrong, but it might be molded fists... which means he may very well *not* be worth it... =( Oh, and look at the size of the ball joints on his arms!
I think this is massively scaled down.
The Real Primus is disapoint and Unicron won't even consider eating that abomination.
Well, it could work kinda well if you want just a Cybertron in your collection. Just don't transform it.
If they are going to keep making oversized KO. I would recommend the PE Reflector in MP Size.
Horribly dumbed down in robot mode but I might just buy one of these JUST to display in planet mode next to my legit Primus.
*Me looking at the first, then second pictures*
"Oh, that really doesn't look to bad in planet mo-WHAT THE HECK IS THAT THING?!?!"
This just gave me an idea. Has there ever been a Legends (or anything other than Supreme) Unicron or Primus (and I am only referring to planet alt modes)?
The link in the first post says it's the same size as original.
Leave that dull grey paint on planet mode, paint translucent yellow over it, and you have a metallic gold Cybertron.
Then again, for $30 usd plus shipping, its cheaper to score a loose one from ebay
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