Nemesis_Apoc wrote:Am I the only metalhead that's totally wowed by the name 'Grindcore?' Awsome!
No you're not! That name jumped out at me right away, very cool and original - though I think it would suit a Decepticon better. It's almost as good a name as "Meantime"!
Skowl wrote:They all look good except Divebomb, that Thundercracker mold is horrible, and those ugly colours don't do anything to make it more appealing.
I never owned a Cybertron figure before, so I don't know the crappiness of the Cyber keys or the quality of plastic, so could you explain why the Thundercracker mold is horrible?
The Cybertron line as a whole was very, very good. Lots of great figures, and the gimmick was interesting without gettting in the way - the figures had lots of play value... but Thundercracker... jeez, his feet are so small he can barely stand up, he has a big dumb head that's way too big for the rest of his body and he has a giant clothes-pin for an arm. His gimmick isn't even interesting, his arm just opens a teeny little bit, just enough to shoot a missile out. Oh, and he has all these rubber bits in vehicle mode, and he just transforms into one ugly Decepticon.
If you never get a Cybertron toy, I suggest you go back and pick up a few of them (Armorhide, Downshift, Landmine, Shortround, Evac, to name a few...) but avoid Thundercracker.