Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by T-Hybrid, Dec 31, 2018.
Bloomington Target, MN
Well I guess the Shatter serves as a companion piece for the Titan Changer type one with the jet mode - as this one is a similarly simple toy only with a car mode.
Did you take a pic of the back? I'm not exactly sure what these figures do. Do they transform?
I’d like to know how you think that thing can turn into a car.
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I misread the signs - obviously - I thought those long structures were the side of the car and you can see what looks like wheels and there isn't much jet kibble visible in the 1st post.
I'd never seen the offical image. Shame really as My original coment has merit in that it would be nice see car shatter in one of the simple lines instead of just jets especially the same sort of size like this would have been.
So anyway that is how I could see a car when I didn't know better. Incidentally she looks quite a lot like Prime Starscream in jet mode.
I was gonna say to him you can see the jet mode cockpit behind his head in the packaging.
As I stated above, cockpit's right behind her head. Seems like they wouldnt use translucent clear plastic for it unless it was jet.
They have a Energon Igniters Power Series car mode Shatter out now. I have one held for me @Walmart to go with my Energon Igniters Power Series Jet mode Shatter.
Check it bro it might be what your looking for!
Similar to Robo Vision Optimus Prime released when we got out the theaters in 2007? Ahh what a great time (then) for Transformers in toy isles.
I was idly speculating about the larger simplified scales.
I know they do smaller Energon igniter cars. I just suggested it as something of a similar size allow a kid to pretend they have a tripple changer if the robots look as alike as possible but they have a different alt mode.
Except Robo Vision Optimus was cool. This thing sucks.
So are they viewfinder toys?
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