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That chewbacca figure is just ridiculous.
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Megatron Wolf wrote:I have Grievous and its a cool figure looks good in both modes and has a fare amount of articulation. Only problem with it is the back kibble, gets in the way and makes it back heavy. I want the Magna Guard but i could never find it and still cant find it. Even if i were to find it i dont know if id want to pay close to $17 for it. Still pissed that they got rid of the pilot figures, they were a cool little addition. And are these still considered part of the micromachine line? I remember the first few waves were but after that the name & emblem were removed from the figures along with the pilots.
I think you're thinking of the Titanium Star Wars and Transformers toys. The Micro Machines logo wasn't on the Star Wars Transformers toys.
i could've sworn on the bottom of the bubble of the original ones it had the micromachine logo. It would make sense since the pilot figures and alt modes are just like the ones from the MM line back in the day.
I also have the falcon and have had no problems with it, i took it out when i moved and still in great condition. Never had any problems with the KB Megabolt either. My transmetal Megatron disintegrated though, that was a very sad day. But back on topic the falcon is a cool figure, alt mod looks great robots are just as good, one of the few must have crossover figures.
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As far as Star Wars TFs go, the Falcon actually looks decent in both modes. Shame about the GPS, though.
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HA! That mini Chewbacca it comes with looks like a ZOMBIE Chewie!
Jokes aside, i sorta do like the ingenuity of the combing Falcon and it looks good too. I'm really tempted to pick that up. I really think it's due to the photographs that are playin tricks with me though. Cause i HATE SW/TF crossover nonsense but this release has me second thinking that.
Zombie Chewie helps too.
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These Star Wars Transfomers are a horrible idea. Its not Star Wars characters that should become transformers rather its Transformers that should become Star Wars mechs. Imagine the transformers crash into the Star Wars universe in a alternative universe story plot. The Deceptacons join the Trade Federation while the Autobots side with the Jedi.
The Transformers ride the Star wars prequels joining with the Star Wars characters as motor-masters, head masters and target masters. Now you have Transformers merged with the force. When the Jedi are betrayed the Autobots fall and are thrown to the winds. Unicron enters the Universe to merge with Emperor to become the new Death Star. Megatron is fused with Darth Vader and is enslaved with the Deceptacons to serve Unicron. While Prime is missing.
Its a story that needs a comic at the very least. In the end its a better merger of the two universes.
Imagine if the the falcon was really Prime in disguise waiting for young Luke to mature enough to face his father and the emperor.
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I was at my local TRU wednesday when they were stocking the truck and actually saw a box of Han/Chewy sitting there. I thought that was kinda strange but since I already had it I picked up the Darth Vader quad changer instead.
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Not a big fan of Star Wars Transformers, but I got the Falcon for Christmas randomly one year from my Mom. What makes it all the more random is that I NEVER get TFs from other my family.
It's one of those figures I was happy to get as a gift, because I never would have bought it on my own. And it's pretty damn cool, too.
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