Jada Toys 2020 Transformers products

Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by chchchch, Feb 24, 2020.

  1. artiepants

    artiepants Transformers '84!!!

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    I've particularly thought it was weird that no one has ever done a Star Wars line like that, where you have the basics (like the current hot wheels ships) as fighters, and then a "deluxe" class for things like the Falcon/Lambda Shuttle and an "ultra" class for Medical Frigates and Assault Carriers, and maybe an "ultimate" class or what have you for Star Destroyers/Mon Cal Cruisers: not necessarily purely in scale to each other, but in a nice "relative" scale where they'd look good together.
     
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  2. RussianSentaiFan

    RussianSentaiFan Well-Known Member

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    Reverse Action Masters! Actually never liked the idea of toy cars based on TFs. Transformers are named so because they (fast drums) TRANSFORM!
     
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  3. deathsheadII

    deathsheadII Not a Bounty Hunter yes?

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    did they ever release any of the larger scale they showed ages ago , g1 optimus . jazz , tracks , bee?

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    I was disappointed when the MicroMachines line didn’t take advantage of that either. You could try mixing with some of their Action Fleet and play sets, but it didn’t really look that accurate or cohesive .
     
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