spark crusher wrote:itd be a bit of a bugger if it fell apart like the normal galvy. imagine loosing his arm!
ponycorn wrote:It might fall apart even more! Does the gold plate make it heavier?
sto_vo_kor_2000 wrote:You are honorable enough to join the house of STO
Let us pick up arms and join the battle
SlyTF1 wrote:I dont understand why the hell anyone would see a movie for the story, if you want a story, go read a f*ckin book.
Iron Prime wrote:ponycorn wrote:It might fall apart even more! Does the gold plate make it heavier?
It's not real gold - so no, it's not heavier. I've heard that often the gold colored plastic is more brittle though....
Megatron_Wolf wrote:I like shiny things. Should be silver.
DevastaTTor wrote:Megatron_Wolf wrote:I like shiny things. Should be silver.
Yep, I agree. That chrome Prime prototype we saw a week or so ago proved that.
Serpent O - R wrote:I'm new to this 'lucky draw' thing.
Are these fig's packed in figure assortments but at an extremely high rarity or are these contest prizes? Both? Neither?
As for the Galv, I wouldn't open that because the mold is lousy [functionality wise] and the gold plastic is more brittle then the standard plastics that are used.
omega666 wrote:What is "Lucky Draw"?
Crosscheck wrote:Lucky Draw Henkei Galvatron with 50% less chrome than the original Henkei Galvatron.
I kid, I kid. But seriously, how is this pile a lucky draw? I never quite understood how painting a toy in 100% garish chrome makes you lucky for having them? It looks like a polished turd no matter what the base mold is.
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.'