G1 Legacy wrote:Sodan-1 wrote:The back of those cars look suspiciously like the Classics Bumblebee mold.
It even says so in the article description above. So theres no doubt there.
Hey, Rated-X, it looks like Beezleboss has been monitoring our conversation threads
I'm kidding, I'm sure these have been in the pipeline for months. I have to say though, I'm not too thrilled about having to paint multiple figures. Seems like alot of work for figures that Hasbro should be making for us anyway.
Rated-X wrote:You cant bolt on the obvious white searchlights on the hood or extra vents on Chases doors. These are plain and clearly re-shells of the Bumblebee mold. I think that's a great idea !!! Once again who needs Hasbro ???
I hope its not a bolt on kit...take the Fansproject Cliffjumper kit from a few years ago, I hated that thing...it made the figure look so clunky, like the bastard creation of a Tuner boy modifying his car that didn't know what he was doing...I love Fansproject stuff in general but thats the one thing they havn't been able to sell me on so far...plus its so freaking expensive on the secondary market...they can keep it. To me a throttlebot should be sleek, streamlined, and aerodynamic. So I hope its not a kit that you bolt onto the existing figures...it'll be interesting to see what they've got up their sleeve.
Patience....patience....a common neccesity in this hobby.
I would be flattered if they came up with this idea because of us. However, I dont recommend trying to paint a Bumblebee. It is really a pain in the ass.