necr0blivion wrote:daimchoc wrote:If only someone would post a pic of the bottom of the box...
Yeah, where's that Dime-block guy when you need him...?
So, not the bottom of the box, but swiped from TW's webpage, it's a foot!
Sodan-1 wrote:I can live with the choice of alt-mode as it does have potential as a rugged off-roader. I'm not thrilled by ToyWorld's lack of clear plastic for windows, as it makes Aurora look like he's got a black chest. The least they could've done was colour the roof white and tweak the transformation so more of it formed his chest. But my biggest issue with this and all of ToyWorld's figures is the size. They're all kinda large. They just about fit into a Classics line-up, but they still look odd.
I'm getting the Throttlebots as well as Hardbone, but I'd like to know why ToyWorld made their figures as big as they did. I guess it bodes well for the hinted at Dinobots though.
Stormrider wrote:I was a little taken back at the size of Grind Rod, but after transforming him, I was really impressed with his robot size and to me, he seemed perfect.
rpetras wrote:I think the rally lights on the hood helped sell the name "Searchlight".
Burn wrote:Well spank me silly and call me Va'al.
Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal wrote:All of your biases have at some point been confirmed by anecdote.
There. Now you never have to read anything written by a pundit.
My nephew wrote:Bacon is meat candy.
Aurora looks glorious and Grindrod is awesome!
Perhaps your dismisal of Aurora (Searchlight) stems from the slight downsizing of the recent FansProject output?
If FansProject are trying to be subtle and scale their figures down ever so slightly (which saves on costs, of course) then ToyWorlds output should be applauded for their sizing, quality and darn right awesomeness considering their pricing compared?
william-james88 wrote:So that would also be the case for Predaking, who is also six members.