Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by laserghost, Jun 10, 2019.
Is the wst bumblebee actually smaller? SUMMON THE LAWYERS.
...ye gads; now the ambiguity between STT and WST will be more confusing than ever...
You guys can trash this all you like but I love it and can't wait to get them.
I'd rather hope the packaging was closer to original G1 packaging though like the G.I.Joe mock-ups seem to be.
Oh boy wst tf decoys.
Place your bets, they cost as much as a Legends class figure.
I got really excited expecting these to be US releases of the Smallest Transforming Transformers. What a crock..
2” and non-transforming? What a shame. I wonder why they didn’t make transformable figures. I make WSTC figures even SMALLER than that and they transform
Takara did it better.
You can finally recreate that g1 episode in which they shrunk lol
I wonder what the Deluxe vehicles, Fort Max, Metroplex, and Omega Supreme would look like in worlds smallest form, probably leader class.
I'm not surprised they don't transform. Not sure why they would all of the sudden start licensing out transforming Transformers to other companies.
What\'s up with all this new non-transformable lisenced toys craze from hasbro?
I can finally live out my Metroplex fantasies in real life.
What Hasbro hates about Transformers is that they have to Transform. That's too expensive!
Whereas other companies might seek to protect... wait, a sec... maybe that's it. Hasbro doesn't want other companies attempting converting TF toys because it might give them the competencies necessary to create a competing product.
My first reaction is also true: non-transforming TF toys are cheaper to produce, and Hasbro has no problem with figurines costing the same as transforming toys.
These kind of quick-cash-grabs and a proliferation of bad toys will ultimately hurt the brand, though.
Or, put on a green alien mask and recreate the episode "Child's Play"
That's what she said!
Dont seem to have articulation either
I want those Joes!!! NOOOOOOW!!
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