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RodimalToyota wrote: Rated X wrote: Arctorro wrote:
Rated X wrote:1. Please be G1 styled.
Screw that, make em fit with FoC Grimlock, I'll buy 4 of them if that's the case. Have FoC Grim on pre-order with Blaster atm and if they arrive before any images of these guys are posted I'm not wasting more money buying a third
Grimlock for my Classics set and the others will be an easy pass if they don't fit with him.
If we get an image of at least one of these guys first and I like what I see I'll happily cancel my current pre-order and wait for an opportunity to pick up Blaster by himself.
Theres a s**tload of TF fans who DONT play video games. I dont aknowledge FOC/WFC as a continuity, it's just digital art. FOC has taken the Generations line hostage, which is partially the reason we are seeing such a boom in 3rd party offerings. If you look a the list of current and proposed Toyworld offerings, they all have been G1. Slightly neo, but still G1 all the way.
For once I agree with X, while the VG's are cool, they aren't nearly as needed as neo-G1 or even G1 modernized. I'll gladly take all 5 in the same style and quality of Hegemon. While WFC and FOC are nice, i don't need anymore different versions of the same character, just give me one fantastic version, and call it a day, and get another character done.
3P seems to be figuring it out.
well even if these were foc versions, which i doubt, one could look at them as neo-g1/modernized because, well, they are
exactly that! That being said i would rather have g1 than foc myself, just saying even if they did use foc it wouldn't be so bad. But they could do better with grimlock than hasbro.
p.s. they need to combine and without a 6th member!!!!!
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