Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by Nevermore, Sep 15, 2017.
I like the idea of G2 Primus, but not nearly enough to pay even half of what they\'re asking.
Technically this is supposed to be G1 Sunbow Primus. When the designers were talking about the figure in their livestream/webchat not to long after the figure was released. They stated that the dark blue and black on the outer shell of the planet was the represent Cybertron's dead exterior. But the orange parts, which are comprised of Cyebertron's
inner portions, are meant to represent the soft warm glow you could always see in the cartoon when they journey to the core. Symbomizing that Cybertron is very much still alive on the inside.
I was at my local Toys R Us in Wilkes-Barre Pennsylvania and they had The Mission To Cybertron Primus along with Infernocus, Mission to Cybertron Megatron, Turbo Changer Dragonstorm.
Hahaha still not as bad as this
Desperate, they are.
And they are already sold out. Lol I don't get it. Figuratively and literally. Shiiit, I'll take some sandpaper to my first aid and sell it for $75
I saw it at Northampton today
I spotted this at Toys R Us in Milton Keynes, this afternoon though I\'m wondering If Cybertron Primus\' Planet form will fit in one of the 4 Detloft Glass cabinet shelves along with his robot form.
Good to see more Milton Kenyesers on here!
Anyone got the EAN barcode for Cybertron?
Cheers for that.
All three TRU here in North Jersey had these on their shelves for almost three weeks now.
I have the original which I'm pretty sure I got for $50 from an eBay seller about two years ago.
Huh, maybe I should check one of the two trus in Warsaw to see if any of the exclusives are available there. Not for that price, of course, but I wouldn't mind picking up the deluxe TLK Megs.
Interesting to know. My G2 comment was more for the loud colors than anything concrete.
Years ago I bought the Japanese Primus for about $50 shipped. It had an amazing portrait of all the primes on the back. I kind of like the colors on this one, but at these prices it seems Hasbro is just ripping off their customers. I would say it was just Hasbro, but when I saw the reissues of those Power Rangers by Ban Dai, I think it is just across the board with these companies. Inferior product, yet higher prices.
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