Burn wrote:Well spank me silly and call me Va'al.
dedcat wrote:Just a heads up, they will NOT ship to the states.
"This site is designed for the Japan Market and the product we sell can only be shipped inside Japan."
Seibertron.com is a Transformers fansite. It is not a fansite about 3rd party products. I do NOT care for 3rd party products. I am TIRED of seeing the stuff here on this site. That's all it comes down to.
Mindmaster wrote:Guys, don't look now, but I think Judora (or whichever the Abominus redeco is) is a Monstructor homage but with a different limb configuration...
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:Mindmaster wrote:Guys, don't look now, but I think Judora (or whichever the Abominus redeco is) is a Monstructor homage but with a different limb configuration...
You're not the first to say that, but there are a few colors missing for it to be a proper homage. The main bodies being all white already excludes it from Monstructor territory.
It's Goradora btw
Sodan-1 wrote:Budora is an absolute beast. The beast of beasts. Glad Takara made the decision to change the beast's head. Grimwing really feels out of place with his mammal-bird hybrid form. The new head brings him a little way back to the dragon/reptile genre.
Goradora isn't really doing anything for me. I guess I'm still not thrilled with the mold. Not really sure what I'd do with him.
Not sure about Judora. Just seems very, very random.
Well, consider this. Why would they give only one toy an homage-based deco and not the rest?RAcast wrote:I dunno, I'm pretty sure that it's intended to be a Monstructor homage. But they changed the color of one of them so they didn't have two green guys, I guess.
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.'