Which Version Of Animated Prime Has The Most Toon Accurate Axe?

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  1. GrimlockAutobot

    GrimlockAutobot Me No Bozo Me King!!

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    OK just like the title reads, which animated prime has the most toon accurate axe? Also, why on earth did hasbro make so many different versions of the axe?

    Why not make 'em all toon-accurate? On another note, why no leader class Prime? He's Optimus friggin' Prime.....doesn't he deserve a leader class before bulkhead?

    They should've made the deluxe voyager sized and made the voyager mold a leader class.

    What do you think?
     
  2. hutchprime

    hutchprime Made of sterner stuff

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    Looks to me like it's the two pack one.
     
  3. Jetstorm

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    Scale? I'm hoping that's why, I'd rather have a better-scaled figure than a not-so-appropriate-scaled figure.

    Like with Beast Wars, Dinobot was the biggest Maximal in season 1, but was he bigger than Optimus? Nooooope. Same thing with Rhinox.
     
  4. Silent_Magnus

    Silent_Magnus Taint of Primus

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    Defiantly the deluxe two-pack ax.

    And Voyager Prime should stay at that scale,
    it fits the character.

    And we're getting a Supreme Class Prime anyway.
     
  5. hutchprime

    hutchprime Made of sterner stuff

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    "Supreme Class Prime" sounds dirty.
     
  6. Synthetic Breed

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    LOL It really does.
     
  7. butz

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    Yeah, 2-pack axe looks like it'll be the most toon accurate.
    And I think they should seriously consider re-naming the leader class scale, as theres always going to be figures made in that scale that are in no way actual leaders (movie Brawl and Animated Bulkhead for example).
     
  8. hutchprime

    hutchprime Made of sterner stuff

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    "Biggest"?
     
  9. Chosen

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    "Supreme" would work just fine, but it's kinda sorta already taken. :p  I hated the old "Super" label or Armada classes... how about Energon's Command class?
     
  10. Sol Fury

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    "Grandus" was a name I heard batted around one time. That would be quite nice, it implies a larger scale. Alternatively call them Super and call the Supreme scale Maximus :) 
     
  11. butz

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    Maybe "giant" scale? As it's generally used for gigantic characters (animated Bulkhead or Earth-mode Megatron, for example).
     

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