Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by Jtprime17, Oct 1, 2019.
I could easily live with that version.
Who cares if he does get over it
At least use the right punctuation marks...
It's not likely anytime soon but its also safe to say that HasTak isn't blind to what's going on with the results of that Walmart exclusive G1 reissue or that smaller 3P version over CW Devy and its success in order to plan future moves. So who knows what's coming after WFC's theme anyway.
Who cares if he does get over it
Who cares if he does, get over it.
I mean you keep replying so...
Obviously I haven’t been paying close enough attention: 1 has different molding?
I think you’re worked up over nothing dude.
the sdcc and blue hands images have the trailer hitch splitting with a portion ending up on each leg, the takara images (grey hands, blue biceps) has the entire trailer hitch on the right leg. we know that the sdcc samples were more or less final production samples, so the takara images with blue biceps are most likely of an earlier iteration of the figure
I'd go with:
Who cares if he does? Get over it.
I don't know that they need to. his alt mode being silly isn't any weirder than the alt modes for ravage and the other cassettes. i think the challenge will be seeing if that play pattern connects with kids, at all.
The arm stuff I might grant you but Warden ruled out waist articulation at NYCC, saying they experimented with it and couldn’t get it to look right with this transformation scheme.
I think the only real way to get waist articulation at Voyager scale with Starscream is with a fake cockpit chest. I was hoping they’d go that route again, personally, but you can’t really do that very well with coneheads sharing a base mold.
On the smyths toys website already which is a surprise as they never show up this much in advance.
Works on contingency?
No, money down!
I love TakaraTomys 2002 Hauler bio! And the Constructicon green is awesome! Thats not a good idea, @cynw32618 , its a GREAT IDEA! Heres Hauler for those that dont know.
"Back on Cybertron, Hauler (aka Road Hauler and Load Hauler) was a Constructicon involved in the building of the Crystal City.
When his teammates were reprogrammed as
Decepticons, Hauler turned to the Autobots, joining their ranks. This choice would eventual put him on board the Ark for its doomed voyage that ended on Earth. When he awoke with the rest of the crew in 1984, he resumed his primary function: the discovery and procurement of energy sources. This task sends him far and wide across the planet, and his tendency towards capricious self-expression often results in him coming back with different colors and parts.
His crane mode can lift 60 tons, and in robot mode, he can launch his hands from their wrist-sockets. The hands can fly through the air under his remote-control guidance, allowing him to perform tasks normally beyond his reach."
Earthrise wave 1 needs more Decepticons
According to someone on here, Astrotrain, Apeface and Spinister were originally supposed to be part of the first wave of Earthrise.
Ah ok. I figured there would be some visual similarities because, well obviously, but I didn't expect it to be a near dead ringer.
You get nice things.
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