What do you guys think of launching a TF line, aimed purely at girls? Similar to how Mattel is doing DC SUPER HERO GIRLS, shouldn't Hasbro consider launching a TF line for girls? I envision more female characters (obviously), pastel colors like pink and lavender (akin to the colors/designs of Nerf Rebelle), and a story line that appeals to girls more. Whether that's a story of friendship and magic (i.e. MLP), or a story of female Autobots kicking butt... that's up to Hasbro's team. For fans, I think this venture would mean more toy options! Not the best comparison, but I'm sure everyone remembers the TF Kiss line - this would be even better, as a large departure from the main continuity that featured eccentric designs and ideas! Furthermore, there are a number of us with daughters and the difficult task of getting them interested in a largely male-dominated, "boy" toy line. We have how many female characters to introduce girls to? And how many of those have actual toys to show young girls? I think this is a great way to expand the TF audience, similar to how Nintendo expanded the gaming audience with their Wii console (which was arguably aimed at girls and older folk!). By introducing a girl line of TFs, Hasbro could really grow the brand and even improve movie ticket sales (which is a big consideration/factor for the company!). Don't we already have several female artists/writers in the IDW community that could contribute to this project? Let me know what you guys think. Hate the idea, love the idea - just express yourself intelligently and try to offer constructive criticisms. I hope threads like this can help convince Hasbro of the viability of TF-for-Girls. It would definitely be a welcome surprise to find girls at a TF convention that aren't lost or searching for a short-packed leprechaun!