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.'
MINDVVIPE wrote:fenrir72 wrote:MINDVVIPE wrote:Nice! Now Turd 1 can join Turd 2 and Turd 3 to form Turd Max
WoW! You already own one? What's he like? The transform sequence and the details of construction/design of the figure?
I'd like to know so I can cancel my pre-order asap.
Yea, some guy gave em to me, but they sucked so much, I threw it back in his face and it left an aweful mess. Also, WoW? Not everything is world of warcraft.
optimuscarlos wrote:not offense to anyone, just my opinion.
optimuscarlos wrote:OK, I know some of you like these things. But as for me, these is just lame.
Three crapy bots that combine into one real big crapy mess.
RAcast wrote:On Sensuimaru... He's got a BIG head and tiny arms!
Sensuimaru will go pants-less if he wants to and be darn proud of it.RhA wrote:Today on Transformers GO! Sensuimaru fights his most challenging moment yet- FINDING A PAIR OF PANTS THAT FIT!
Va'al wrote:I keep track of everyone. Backwards.
There are atandarfs to maintain.
LOST Cybertronian wrote:Hey, If Mindmaster survived then you should do just fine.
Agamemnon wrote:I think we are in our rights to judge the product based on pictures. There are a lot of things vying for our hard earned dollars. I have often used Seibertron's extensive galleries to both be put off of figures and be excited by them. The long legs comments have been mentioned by many. I don't think it is an unfair comment.
If you want to recommend that the long legs are not as noticeable by having the product in hand, making that sort of comment makes sense. But please don't tell us not to judge these (especially in bold text.) We all get to have our opinion, even if we don't have the figure in hand.
fenrir72 wrote:Buy it first then judge the the product
fenrir72 wrote:@ M.
Well don't buy, but at least eyeball it first. That's fair no? I myself use to think that way, letting initial pics guide my judgement but recent run ins with Springer and the samurai team gave me pause.
There were certain products which I passed off a few years back which I so much wanted but let pass. Only to regret it later after seeing it in person.......the pics didn't show the products' actual awesomeness.