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JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:I like his looks, but then again, he is Unicron... I'm gonna wait on reviews before I add this one to my collection.
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monstergrotusque wrote:That pic above with the three Unicrons, I thought Gaia Unicron was supposed to have heaps more metallic paint apps on him. Like blue for those antlers and lots of red on his legs and shoulders? That version looks pretty blazay to me. Is it the Hasbro release or something? Like this picture
I didn't know there was any other version than this one.
Oh and by the way.....are those "antlers" supposed to be lightning bolts or something when he's in volcano mode? Just asking.
I think this picture is totally wrong. It even has two Decepticons symbols on the shoulder. Oh wait! Stickers!!
At 60 to 70 bucks before shipping i think i'll pass on this release. I only wanted it for the head mode anyways, well, the bot looks pretty good too but at that price range. Forget it. I'll wait till it goes on sale somewhere.
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Something has me wondering... Gaia Unicron is no Arms Micron, yet his Gaia Armor mode has the three Crystal shapes, plus they're called out as such on the packaging as Super Dark type. Would that make him an oversized Super Combo Weapon?
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