Discussion in 'Transformers 3rd Party Discussion' started by unexpectedpanda, Jul 16, 2016.
Spoilers: Not worth $500 or $400 2nd hand...also not worth $200 - 250 for the reissue.
Very much worth the reissue price.
Im siding with Chrisola on this one.
Ha what other figure has a sword for a tail and a gun for a c**k?
Huh? Tell me? That's right you can't!
Now where was I going with this?
Seriously can not get anymore murican than this
Too bad he's Canadian
Too bad I was referring to the toy having a gun for a cock not who was saying it
Nah, man, Weirdwolf is totally Canadian.
Or, well, more accurately, he was lost up there for several months upon crashing on Earth.
Scorponok didn't think it worth the resources to go find him.
This. Wierdwolf probably needed a v2 or at least some tweaks rather than a straight reissue.
Ok buddy go be tiresome elsewhere it was a joke.
Doesn't he have notoriously weak ankles, or was that just a Bobby Skullface pet peeve about him?
You are indeed correct he does need an update, my fear is revisiting older models of characters from their early days will inevitably stall the new character development.
I totally get Spindrift and Tesla were in desperate need of an update, and I believe Quakewave among others could do with a makeover to bring them in line with the newer look FT is going for, but have we missed out on 2 new characters not on the market because of the remake of those 2 molds?
P.S for the majority (I.e nobody) wondering (not caring), I'm English not Canadian
Who's talking about about where you're from
But, yeah, I thought FT considered him (almost) in old shame category.
This is my rifle; this is my gun.
One is for killing; one is for fun.
FT is stalling while they try to figure out Combiner technology. Late 2021 and into 2022 will be a year of re-issues with just a few overpriced new figures tossed in.
Looks like only the Australian site so far. I don't see him on the other sites yet. Keep us updated.
I mean even if they are reworking the combiners, id rather that over them rushing out something that will collapse immediately just so they can make a buck. In the meantime the release schedule they have as of now keeps everyone pretty satisfied. They make money, we get new figures, and a chance to grab reissues we may have missed.
Still can't figure out Apache. He's sitting in stock at under $170 at a couple places.
Chomp is $240 or $260? Makes no sense. Makes me live in fear that these "affordable" re-issues of the other two Decepticon Headmasters will also be $240 or something crazy. Not going in on them unless it looks like the two old shelfwarmers that had to be clearanced a while back will be reissued at a price closer to $170 like Apache.
And MakeToys should get back to work on the Autobot Headmasters.
The method they are using for Superion and probably Menasor is not rocket science. I believe they are still trying to figure out what materials and ratchet joints they have to use in order to withstand all of that unnecessary weight.
FT has no idea what they're doing, continuously obliterating every other 3rd Party company's yearly output.
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