Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by Paradigm-Shift Prime, Jan 23, 2011.
Three pairs of Jetfires, if I count correctly.
Just a pair of Mirages:
They're both pretty neat figures for what they are, and I like them both for their own merits too. (Same with my CW Mirage, who isn't in the pics because he's in storage)
My duo is a trio once more.
A pair of oversized knock offs...both former Micromasters.
Hotrod was a micromaster?
Yes, in Japan. He came with Star Convoy. Micromaster Hot Rod is a grail of mine.
I love these 3 guys I really do. Buuuuut I know one has got to be replace by his Siege update, most likely Bluestreak for now. Still on the fence about the others...
The fact that we don't have the Diaclone Blue version of this mold is absolutely criminal.
I couldn't stand the Siege version until I got it in hand. Now I don't know which one I like better - they're both really good in their own way. Even if they're a bit large lol.
Well, one I can say - the some of the Siege figures do look better than some of their CHUG forerunners;
I'm torn now as well. Siege looks better - but, well I lightly shook Siege Bluestreak and his legs moved. Tried with the classics and it was almost as stiff as the day that thing probably was taken out of the package. If decide to get Smoker than I might as well bite the bullet and get ol' table flipper too.
p.s. Question; that legions "Smokescreen", is he hollow in the back of the legs?
still love this figure. More complicated than it needed to be but it just oozes personality.
my favorite is the SG version, but they’re all great.
Loose joints are the last thing thing that should bother you on a modern Transformer. Pop the legs off the ball joint, give the ball a coat of clear nail polish, let it dry for a day, reassemble - no more loose joints. If you're worried about something breaking, don't - I've been doing it since combiner wars, no problems. If you're still worried, or if it's a different kind of joint - cw deluxe knees - just drop some on the joint, move the joint to get it coated, let it dry for a day, and use. You may want to move the joint after 8 or so hours just to make sure it doesn't stick but I've never had trouble with this either.
And that legion guy is actually a legend named Maverick. Yes, the backs of his legs are hollow - pretty standard Datsun design. I'd show you but he's a little occupied at the moment. Here's his mold mate Murphy, a couple of Bluestreaks juiced up on a Nova Power Core, and a few other buddies trying to help out.
Just a couple of black Soundwaves (Soundblasters)
A pair of Jetfires, one white and one black.....
One thing for sure, they both transforms into some kind of huge aircraft through.
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