Extensive Look at Takara Animated Blurr
Monday, August 16th, 2010 7:58PM CDT
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It's within the Transformers lore that Blurr is the fastest Autobot on land. That was transcended in Transformers Animated, as Blurr was even faster than the kid-favorite Bumblebee. Even by looking at the figure of Transformers Animated Blurr
, you can tell he is fast by his sleeky and aerodynamic design. And what better way to make a figure even better than to have the mold get into the studios at Takara
. You'll find that their version of Blurr features bright blue replacing Hasbro's darker blue. However to make either figure more cartoon accurate, I suggest an application of white paint to Blurr's hands. Thanks to our friend Alfes 2010
, check out the fastest Speedster below!
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Re: Extensive Look at Takara Animated Blurr (1113926)
Posted by Ungie
on August 16th, 2010 @ 8:01pm CDT
the world would not be right if Blurrz didnt post a gallery of himself! Good find here, Blurrz!
Re: Extensive Look at Takara Animated Blurr (1113961)
Posted by Autobot032
on August 16th, 2010 @ 9:21pm CDT
That's a big no, right there.
I definitely prefer the color scheme on the Hasbro version, over the TakaraTomy version. (I'm still stunned that Hasbro is the one pulling off the show accurate offerings this time. I'm mystified. I really am.)
But, their Blurr appears to be taller than his Hasbro counterpart. You can clearly see he's taller. (I'm not sure if it's due to the poses or not, but in those pics, you can see it.)
Just...not impressed by this one. Not at all.
EDIT: It's amazing how great the mold itself looks. Seriously one of the best TFs in Animated, but one of the best in TF, period. I'm not kidding, he really deserves every positive remark he receives.
But, seeing the animation model on the card, and seeing the toy, I can honestly say he definitely looks more like he fits in with Neo-G1 using the FP stuff like Warbot and Commander. The animation model doesn't do him enough justice.
Re: Extensive Look at Takara Animated Blurr (1113991)
Posted by Sideswipe 00
on August 16th, 2010 @ 11:09pm CDT
color him black he could be the new batmobile
XD but wow, this is a definately nice looking mold. I am totally tempted to get him if I didnt already loose to myself over ordering Munitioner for Bruticus Maximus (which i still have to get, anyone wanna sell me theres? xD)
Re: Extensive Look at Takara Animated Blurr (1114009)
Posted by SKYWARPED_128
on August 17th, 2010 @ 1:20am CDT
Definitely prefer the Hasbro version's darker blue accents.
Re: Extensive Look at Takara Animated Blurr (1114066)
Posted by Razorclaw0000
on August 17th, 2010 @ 6:57am CDT
Takara fails again. Why did they make those changes? They're not show accurate at all! Change for change's sake isn't a good idea, especially when the first one was soooooooooooo good.
Re: Extensive Look at Takara Animated Blurr (1114071)
Posted by Convotron
on August 17th, 2010 @ 7:14am CDT
I prefer the Hasbro TFA Blurr colour scheme but I like the TT version as well. The colours are more G1ish with the different shade of blue. The mold is so great(probably my favourite mold from the TFA line) that I would consider buying this version as well.
Actually, I'd love to see a clear version of TFA Blurr. The character's high speed ability is often portrayed visually with translucent afterimages, which I think would be nicely represented with a clear plastic TFA Blurr figure.
Re: Extensive Look at Takara Animated Blurr (1114073)
Posted by Counterpunch
on August 17th, 2010 @ 7:15am CDT
Autobot032 wrote:But, their Blurr appears to be taller than his Hasbro counterpart. You can clearly see he's taller. (I'm not sure if it's due to the poses or not, but in those pics, you can see it.)
It's simply a matter of how the feet are posed. He can gain or lose height depending on how you position them.
Re: Extensive Look at Takara Animated Blurr (1115383)
Posted by Anonymous.
on August 20th, 2010 @ 5:33am CDT
Regardless of the colors, can't say I'm a Blurr collector without both versions