Dead Metal wrote:Dudes, he's Soundwave. The only reason he's even in the Shadowzone is because he was too lazy that day. The moment the Shadowzone starts boring him he'll just walk out of there - because he's Batman Soundwave.
Sledge wrote:Finally! Wheelie will get the credit he's due with a set of five Wheelies.
Flakmaster wrote:the level of complexity in the ROTF figures and post-ROTF Generations figures.
frogbat wrote:I was initially put off by the cartoony alt mode but I can see this as a worthwhile figure. The robot mode gives me a very Japanese old school robot vibe in its proportions kinda like mazinga z etc. he's pretty nice size wise too
butterflyboy wrote:Does anyone else notice that Hasbro seems to be skimping less on the plastic? He's bigger than PRID Optimus, with beefy accessories. Also, the back of his legs aren't all hollowed out like PRID OP. I for one am really glad to see that.
d_sel1 wrote:Burn wrote:Wigglez wrote:It is a dude. And that's the picture I said to screw.
I'm just going to quote this and leave it here for everyone else to take out of context.
Burn is so trying to "Nemesis Maximo" Wigglez
Henry921 wrote:You can always be counted on to listen to reason, Pryme.
Dead Metal wrote:Have you ever, and i mean ever seen/read/heard something that is completely original and does not copy/homage/pay tribute to something else? Here's a hint: Nope. You never have and you never will.
Shadowman wrote:This is Sabrblade we're talking about. His ability to store trivial information about TV shows is downright superhuman.
Caelus wrote:My wife pointed out something interesting about the prehistoric Predacons. I said that everyone was complaining because transforming for them mostly consisted of them just standing up-right. She essentially said, 'So? That's what our ancestors did.'
Sabrblade wrote:He's here to chew gum and take faces names, and he's all out of chewing gum.