Now if only they can be obtained for a reasonable price with ease... Here's hoping, because these look good. Repugnus' arms attaching to that pinned area of the chest is a bit worrying, and his claws are a bit naff, but other than that, he's a really nice retool. Kinda surprised they went for a completely different head to the Legends one (though I think the Legends one still looks better, if only because it has more paint on it). Can't put my finger on whose face they reused for both Repugnus Headmasters so I'll have to look that up later but I don't believe either are original. God knows Grotusque's release was a disaster, especially with TRU going out of business - good luck getting one for non-scalper prices (unless I'm missing something and they've been released elsewhere such as Amazon, but I doubt it). As someone who likes new and unique things, I wholeheartedly agree with this. More importantly, I think you can totally have "new and unique" achieved through iterative designs and innovation, and I think Punch/Counterpunch is a good example of this, both with the new toy and the original. @ca12nag3's stance actually baffles me because as much as Hasbro and TakaraTomy deserve their fair share of criticism (and then some), there's a lot of new tooling here - this isn't a slapdash overnight repaint like something you'd see in the Unicron Trilogy (or even more recent toy lines).