Discussion in 'Transformers 3rd Party Discussion' started by Dinotrap, Jul 15, 2020.
It\'s too big and It\'s not the accurate transforming mode
Looks adorably angry! I hope it is ready to ship soon!
Too bad they couldn't come up with a way to have the eyes flip the other way in microscope mode.
It does say that in description of toy and transformer toys will never be in scale with one another look at g1 prime to g1 metroplex I say that every year.
For it be in scale be to tiny
Looks good as one member said to bad can’t do nothing about eyes in microscope mode
At least the leg joints arent gonna disentigrate on this one...
It's good to have dreams.
I do not think it is physically possible to have an in-scale transformable Scalpel
\"Ze Doktor is in\"
im hoping they do this guy
Oh man - hated how the retail figure was stiff and nigh-impossible to pose, so this figure is looking really tempting.
Yeah that's my only complaint. Technically he wasn't a microscope anyways and he only had one set of lenses not two right?
He was a microscope, just an old-school one. I think since they have multiple pieces of glass inside them, we're probably meant to assume two of them became eyes.
Actually, someone pointed out that the device that they used as the prop in the movie was in fact not a microscope. I forget exactly what it was, I think they said it was an old optometrist device of some kind.
Huh. How bout dat.
He’s a lensometer; it’s used to determine what prescription a pair of glasses is. They probably selected it because it looks like a microscope, has more mass than a typical one, and they had no idea what the fuck it was.
Sounds about right for a bay movie.
I wouldn't mind the inaccurate alt mode on this figure if the eyes could turn around. Still getting it for the fun and accurate-looking bot mode and the small size.
These two are cute.
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