Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by Shin Densetsu, Dec 12, 2014.
The alt modes of the Deluxe Combiner Wars Aerialbots look pretty nice, especially the jets!
yeah devastator was always my least favorite g1 gesalt toy. I can never get him to stay together when I pick him up either.
Next up in the Combiner Wars reviews is Skydive.
Transformers Generations Combiner Wars Skydive - YouTube
I'm liking the paint app and the alt mode on this one!
Superion looks pretty good with white hands and feet.
nice! what are you using for the hands? I remember your post about the feet.
Are those the Starcats Rescue hands?
Thanks guys. These are from the Junkion Blacksmith Infinity Warfare set. I just painted them white.
anyone else having problems with primes combiner shoulder not tabbing in? I thinking about contacting hasbro.
You might want to. My Prime tabs together really solidly at the shoulders.
I hope this is the right thread to put this. I have yet to get any of the toys but I can appreciate the look of them and other bits of engineering. I fully look forward to getting them, particularly Optimus Prime with its perk of a Generations update of his signature G1 blaster.
For a while now, I have been curious about something. Has anybody tried out the new Prime's compatibility with recent guns designed for recent Primes? Like the path blaster with Cybertronian Sideswipe, First Edition Prime Optimus', etc.
Well the first edition prime's gun doesn't work. CW Prime's hands are set low, so his forearm sticks really high up over it. So any gun that has something sticking out behind the handle won't fit in his hand. Unless it has a really long handle like the guns he comes with.
It's a tiny bit fussy, though... the forearm and shoulder have to be rotated just perfectly for those little tabs to click into those gray slots. But they do.
As soon as Devastator comes out I want to make a poll.
By watching this clip and comparing the toys; who is better Decepticon combiner; G1 series and toy.
G1 Menasor is what I grew up with so he's still my favorite combiner.
yes, there are lil indentations on the shoulder that are cleared out to make with the corner of the front cab, you have to turn the shoulder to line THAT up 1st, then it can click in.
Hey man.... thanks for the purchase
Ok so can you go into more detail as to how you made those feet? I know you mentioned the Kre-o sets....but I haven't been able to make sense of the entire process yet.
Where did those feet and hands come from? how much?
Do any of you think CW Breakdown looks a lot like a Lambor without any alterations? I wonder what the company would say.
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