Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by Tony_Bacala, Nov 19, 2010.
I don't even know what to think about that
"Reveal the Shield" is replacing "Hunt for the Decepticons" as the underlying theme for the "Transformers" line. Generations will still continue as it's own line.
I think Megatron (Legends) neat and the orange plug is no biggie to me (and if its for safety reasons, I can respect that. ^^)
If I get all these G1 inspired Legends I'm going to want to kick myself for passing on Legends G1 Jazz when it was out. That's a nice travel size assortment of 'Bots btw.
Is the packaging an error or just packaging variant? Doesn't make sense why something so obvious would be messed up like that. I mean, when has Jazz EVER been blue with orange flames?
cool,HFTD Lugnut looks like a updated homage to the Animated 2nd release colors "Atomic Lugnuts" toy colors. hopefully this HFTD toy is a bit taller than the animated version. Either way i'll probably get it & display it on a shelf.
Nice images but I want to see some Bios already for them.
I think it was just an error. The ones that were bought instore were correct.
I, for one, welcome our new Dinopope master.
Too bad they cheaped out on Goldbug and made him "Gold Bumblebee." A remolded head would have been awesome.
And not even the entire package, just the name strip! Weird.
Dont care about lugnut, or strafe got jazz, and tracks, at my local nieborhood walmart last night after a checking every walmart supercenter, targets, toysrus in my city nothing from them jus little walmart wuz the place no just waiting for solar storm grapple i love that mold will have to find a way to modify that crane on his arm dough.
All will be bought on sight.
..... this is BS. That is going a little too far, imo. There is being safe and covering your butt legally...but then there is this. Unnecessary!
Orange tip on a 2 inch Megatron? Whats next, orange tips on guns in FPS games?
Still want him.
Barricade for TF3!!
No, absolutely necessary.
Especially the following:
This part applies to toy, look-alike, and imitation firearms
(``devices'') having the appearance, shape, and/or configuration of a
firearm and produced or manufactured and entered into commerce on or
after May 5, 1989, including devices modelled on real firearms
manufactured, designed, and produced since 1898.
It looks like a Walther P38. Doesn't matter that it's small; it's not allowed to have the same coloration as a real P38. Hasbro has every right to want to protect its ass from stupidly specific laws.
Gold Bumblebee looks like some sort of disgruntled oompa-loompa.
Does it really look like a Walther P38? I mean...really.
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