Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by Strafe28066, Feb 13, 2023.
I'm sorry but this level of denial is absolutely 100% cope.
They share similarities.
Isn’t mainline based on even earlier designs though?
Colors match so well that at first sight it looks unedited.....BRUH THAT'S JAZZ
September or October if we're lucky. Preorders won't go out till the rest of wave 3 so I'm not expecting it any sooner than that.
I just want a Jazz toy now since it's pretty clear they have the licenses
Blue and gold, yes.
He looks neat for what it is. Sure looks more like Jazz and he might have been one until certain point in production. Anyway, since he is wave 2 that means WFC bots are really close to leak.
Yeah, but so far they've looked way better.
Only similarities I see is the car mode really
Even the bot mode looks more like Jazz...
God. I\'ve seen maybe 1 or 2 comments actually liking the figure with the rest being arguments on Jazz.
Tell me about it....Though at least in this case we got to see the finished cgi model first so we know for sure that he won’t evoke Jazz in the movie
Where in the hell are the paint apps? This is across the board with the movie Studio Series toys. I guess a new NEW cost cutting measure.
"Attempt" is a very generous description.
We get to see car mode and bot mode!
Nice car mode!
Call me crazy, but his design on this toy looks significantly better to me than in the movie.
His movie look is...too sleek? Just too smooth and organic. This figure has some CHONK to it and I LIKE it.
Oh look, a Porsche icon on the hood. He looks good and I'll probably add him, but I'm even more excited for the elusive MP G1 Jazz to finally materialize
He might be a little thicker, but goddamn he be looking fine
You can see he actually has eyes underneath it so I don’t think it’s his visor.
Yeah the shoulders are way too far apart.
I did a quick and dirty edit to remove his back kibble, and the door windows on his arms (which seem to be quite thin and transparent)
Looking at this, the upper body is indeed too wide. The limbs are not that overly bulky (not as slim as the movie but still). I don't get why they made his arms so thick, you'd think that's the one part unhindered by transformation constraints. Maybe the original concept was a lot bulkier.
Though I'm still curious to see the actual physical toy, properly posed. It fails to capture the vibe of the movie design, but I think it'll look much better then this pretty unappealing render.
(this is why I would have been fine with waiting a year for Studio Series releases. The best Bumblebee figures came out 2 years after the movie)
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