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Motto:"For I have dipped my hands in muddied waters, and, withdrawing them, find 'tis better to be a commander than a common man!"
Weapon: Dark Saber Sword
With great thanks to YouTube users gvkids and MightMouse74, we now have our first video reviews of the recently spottedBeast Hunters Weaponizer Talking Bumblebee and Weaponizer Optimus Prime! This Bumblebee is a redeco and retool of the previous Weaponizer Bumblebee, decoed with his appearance in the third season of Prime with a slightly altered head to accommodate a mouth, which goes with his new voice perfectly, and a large bow accessory. Optimus Prime is a redeco of the previous Weaponizer, now sporting a large cleaver-sword and replaces his red with a dark sea green.
We end the Transformers Prime Saga on the recently released re-paint/re-mold Weaponizer Bumblebee. And he talks.
Hey everyone...here is my video review of Transformers Prime Beast Hunters Beast Tracker Optimus Prime!
Va'al wrote:I keep track of everyone. Backwards. There are atandarfs to maintain.
craggy wrote:When Hero Mashers are the nicest looking toys in a news post, you know something's wrong.
LOST Cybertronian wrote:Hey, If Mindmaster survived then you should do just fine.
What a way to half ass what could have been a very well done repaint of that Bumblebee mold. I love the voice gimmick, but am loathing the grey feet on this thing. Did the voice box really cost so much that you couldn't mold the feet in black and yellow plastic as well? I would maybe pay $15.00 for Bee if I can find him at my crumby TJ Maxx in the next 6 months. The green Prime is an abomination and gives slag a bad name. I look forward to what's coming in the Thrilling 30 before all the movie crap comes out. Maybe Takara will do a better job with this fig, but wouldn't pay more than $30.00 for an import. Thanks Hasbro for consistently following the pattern of good line , crap line , good line , crap line ...so on and so forth.