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New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs

Transformers News: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs

Thursday, April 17th, 2014 2:15AM CDT

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His background is unknown. His weapon of choice is a sub machine gun, and he's packin' 3 of 'em. He parachutes in behind enemy lines, with guns blazing, and all while rockin' a trenchcoat!

Our newest Seibertron.com gallery features one of the newest movieverse recruits: Crosshairs!

His beautiful vehicle mode is based on a modified Chevy Corvette C7, dressed in a snazzy looking black and green deco. His robot mode looks like a cross between a spy and spec ops with the cool 3-D looking goggles adorning his head on top of his already sneaky and sleek design.

Crosshairs looks like the type who kicks tailplate and takes names and soon he'll be able to do the same in your collection. Until then, let our gallery whet your whistle while you wait.

Click on any of the images below to be taken to the full gallery.

Age of Extinction Crosshairs

Transformers News: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs

Transformers News: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs

Transformers News: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs

Transformers News: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs

Transformers News: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs

Transformers News: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs

Transformers News: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs

Transformers News: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs

Transformers News: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs

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Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1565914)
Posted by Va'al on April 17th, 2014 @ 3:17am CDT
That shot is a good shot.

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(Lacks in uber happy face though! :D )
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1565940)
Posted by Mindmaster on April 17th, 2014 @ 7:42am CDT
Va'al wrote:(Lacks in uber happy face though! :D )


Third party companies, get to work. >:oP
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1565953)
Posted by Sabrblade on April 17th, 2014 @ 8:25am CDT
MaverickPrime wrote:Have there been other characters/species that have been officially called Dinobots? (Which is why I didn't count Hardhead from Beast Wars Neo)
Beast Era Dinobots:
  • T-Wrecks - T-Rex
  • Triceradon - Triceratops
  • Airraptor - Archaeopteryx
  • Striker - Stegosaurus
  • Dinotron - Pachycephalosaur
  • Rapticon - Raptor skeleton
  • Terranotron - Pteranodon
  • Magmatron - Quetzalcoatlus, Giganotosaurus, Elasmosaurus
Playskool Go-Bots Reptron joined the above group at one point. He turned into a Raptor.

The Cruellocks from Energon were named "Dinobots" in Japan. They turned into American Godzilla.

Walmart Dinobots:
  • Grimlock - Raptor
  • Terranotron/Swoop - Pteranodon
  • Snarl - Stegosaurus
  • Sludge - Dimetrodon
  • Triceradon - Triceratops
  • Slapper - Ankylosaur
Classics Mini-Con Dinobots:
  • Hacksaw - Stegosaurus (non-toy character)
  • Knockdown - Triceratops
  • Terrorsaur - T-Rex
  • Swoop - Pteranodon
Shattered Glass Dinobots:
  • Grimlock - T-Rex
  • Swoop - Pteranodon
  • Seven others
Shattered Glass Dinocons:
  • Goryu - T-Rex
  • Overkill - unspecified
  • Slugfest - Stegosaurus
  • Five others
Dinoforce member Kakuryu joined the G1 Dinobots when he became Grimmaster. Originally, his Pretender Shell was a Triceratops. After becoming Grimmaster, he became a Styracosaurus.
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1565977)
Posted by rpetras on April 17th, 2014 @ 9:47am CDT
This is the one movie figure I'm actually looking forward to.

I'm over my initial "oh the dinos look cool!" reaction.
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1566067)
Posted by Bumblevivisector on April 17th, 2014 @ 2:55pm CDT
Just noticed his box art depicts his goggles as 3-D glasses! Any word as to whether there'll be actual Crosshairs 3-D role play glasses?
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1566072)
Posted by GuyIncognito on April 17th, 2014 @ 3:10pm CDT
Bumblevivisector wrote:Just noticed his box art depicts his goggles as 3-D glasses!


One is red and one is blue, but I'm pretty sure they're not supposed to be 3-D glasses. Unless he's on his way to the IMAX theater to see Age of Extinction in 3-D!
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1566118)
Posted by Nerv103 on April 17th, 2014 @ 7:09pm CDT
This is the first movie toy I will probably pick up. Really like his vehicle mode, plus I have a thing for green. :CON:
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1566119)
Posted by Nerv103 on April 17th, 2014 @ 7:09pm CDT
This is the first movie toy I will probably pick up. Really like his vehicle mode, plus I have a thing for green. :CON:
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1566140)
Posted by T-Macksimus on April 17th, 2014 @ 9:51pm CDT
Nerv103 wrote:This is the first movie toy I will probably pick up. Really like his vehicle mode, plus I have a thing for green. :CON:



So do I. It's called an aversion! Sweet mother of Primus but that's just one obnoxiously LOUD colored figure. I suppose we can drop the "In Disguise" portion out of "Robots in Disguise" for this one. It's a sad state of affairs when a version of Bumblebee can actually blend in better than any other bot on both teams.

I have to admit that some of the alt modes are growing on me but I just can't bring myself to pick up any of these characters up when I not only plan on never transforming them (the 'bot modes are a friggin' joke on pretty much all of them) but their colors are so abhorrent that I would be tempted to hit the paint aisle on the way to the cash register. I'd be better off just picking up a model kit of the vehicles.
I'm honestly trying really hard to lighten up a bit on my attitude about the movie and the figures and not be such a royal prick about the whole thing but Hasbro isn't throwing me any bones here. They would have gotten a second purchase out of me with this one if it weren't such an obnoxious color. The whole "trench-coat" thing going on isn't helping the situation either. Unless Keanu Reeves were voicing the character and they did this design as an intentional inside joke, this is just a lame idea and it transfers horribly on the toy.
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1566151)
Posted by Mkall on April 17th, 2014 @ 10:48pm CDT
These are the first images of this figure that make me interested in the toy... I was worried that the cape was simply kibble, but I can see it working well...

decisions decisions...
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1566156)
Posted by wangson on April 17th, 2014 @ 11:17pm CDT
Anyone noticed the toothpick in the mouth (see boxart), duster coat, dual wielding pistols.....Chow Yun Fat from the film A Better Tomorrow anyone??
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1567686)
Posted by Shockwave7 on April 22nd, 2014 @ 7:40pm CDT
Well I have to give props to them for Crosshairs. They engineered the figure so that people aren't calling it 'horrible, ugly, obvious, brick-like kibble', they're calling it a 'trenchcoat'.

Kudos for fooling the community into thinking the kibble looks 'cool' vs. seeing it as yet another lazy-butt shellformer.
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1567810)
Posted by Delta Magnus on April 23rd, 2014 @ 5:21am CDT
Shockwave7 wrote:Well I have to give props to them for Crosshairs. They engineered the figure so that people aren't calling it 'horrible, ugly, obvious, brick-like kibble', they're calling it a 'trenchcoat'.

Kudos for fooling the community into thinking the kibble looks 'cool' vs. seeing it as yet another lazy-butt shellformer.


Kibble isn't always necessarily a bad thing. It can help change the sillohuette of a figure and make it look like more than just a humanoid robot. Starscream's wings and shoulder vanes, Prowl's door wings and Shrapnel's "horns" are all technically kibble, and yet they are fundamental parts of the character's design- they give them the distinctive look that we all love. Crosshair's trenchcoat-kibble is a similar phenomenon. It sets him apart from the other robots and gives him a unique shape, in addition to being somewhere to store the bits of car. Plus, it's part of the actual character model, so we can't blame Hasbro for this one.

Also, surely a car Autobot that doesn't follow the "Back of car becomes legs, front of car becomes chest, doors become wings" formula is a good thing?
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1568317)
Posted by Va'al on April 24th, 2014 @ 1:18pm CDT
With the first wave of both Deluxes and Voyagers from the upcoming Transformers: Age of Extinction movie toyline taken care of, Seibertron.com is proud to present some fun little dino companions for those of you with a construction vein: Transformers Construct-Bots Grimlock, Strafe and Slug! Check out the images below, and click on any of them to access the full galleries, including comparison shots with other Construct-Bots and respective Generations figures.


Age of Extinction: Construct-Bots Strafe

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Age of Extinction: Construct-Bots Grimlock

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Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1568335)
Posted by GuyIncognito on April 24th, 2014 @ 1:53pm CDT
Construct-Bot Grimlock is better-looking than Voyager Grimlock.
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1568336)
Posted by Mindmaster on April 24th, 2014 @ 1:54pm CDT
GuyIncognito wrote:Construct-Bot Grimlock is better-looking than Voyager Grimlock.


And that's a sad, sad fact. :-(
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1568337)
Posted by JelZe GoldRabbit on April 24th, 2014 @ 1:54pm CDT
And I noticed something: Construct-Bots uses a numbering system too, only with E (which I think stands for "Episode") instead of Series. Great, more obscure info to document :lol:

The Dinos look pretty decent, but I'm kind of the fence with this line.
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1568350)
Posted by Noideaforaname on April 24th, 2014 @ 2:31pm CDT
Strafe looks kinda generic without his shoulder-pteranodon-heads thing. On the other hand, he'd make an excellent base for a Hun-Grrrrr custom.
Actually, you could probably make all kinds of crazy monster TFs with these...
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1568359)
Posted by Optimizzy on April 24th, 2014 @ 3:09pm CDT
why do these look better than the main line toys??? :BOOM:
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1568473)
Posted by Darth Jumpy on April 24th, 2014 @ 8:03pm CDT
Now that Construct-Bots look pretty decent, I think I'll start picking some up.
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1568553)
Posted by Autobot032 on April 25th, 2014 @ 2:00am CDT
Earlier this week, we treated you to the Seibertron galleries of the Age Of Extinction Constructbots. We covered the Dinobots and how they can interact with the smaller Constructbot figures, the riders. You can see those galleries right here: Dinobot Constructbot Galleries

And now, it's the riders turn! Seibertron.com is proud to present our newest galleries, Age of Extinction Construct-Bots Dinobot Riders Lockdown, Drift, Bumblebee, and Optimus Prime!

Without further ado, the preview pics:

Age of Extinction: Construct-Bots Lockdown

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Age of Extinction: Construct-Bots Drift

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Age of Extinction: Construct-Bots Optimus Prime

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Age of Extinction: Construct-Bots Bumblebee

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Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1568563)
Posted by craggy on April 25th, 2014 @ 3:40am CDT
I'm amused that the Dino-Riders have the same proportions as MTMTE Swerve and Tailgate
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1568584)
Posted by Metro Prime on April 25th, 2014 @ 5:33am CDT
Can anybody who has the Construct-Bots tell me if the Dino Riders' parts compatible with the standard Construct-Bots?
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1568591)
Posted by Doubledealer93 on April 25th, 2014 @ 6:23am CDT
yeah it looks like they are. the use the same ball joints, clips and pegs.
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1568617)
Posted by welcometothedarksyde on April 25th, 2014 @ 8:54am CDT
I'm LOVING the Riders and Dinos. I'm gonna try and pick up Lockdown first. I love how it looks like one of his eyes is twitching, and the cues to animated in the toy. I totally found some Construct-bots Strafe's in a Canadian Wal-mart, and they refused to sell it to me :-(
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1568633)
Posted by Darth Jumpy on April 25th, 2014 @ 10:07am CDT
Metro Prime wrote:Can anybody who has the Construct-Bots tell me if the Dino Riders' parts compatible with the standard Construct-Bots?


They all use the same clips and ball joints. As a bonus, the ball joints are compatible with Kre-o ball joints.

I like these guys. They look a lot more interesting then the regular simplified transformation lines from the movie. If I pick up the Dinobots, I'll try to pick these up too.
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1568977)
Posted by Seibertron on April 26th, 2014 @ 12:36pm CDT
This was my first time putting my hands on Construct-Bots. I own all the rest that came out, just haven't had a chance to open any of them and I never bothered to tinker around with them at any of the events I attended that Hasbro had them out at such as SDCC, NYCC, etc.

I actually really like the Construct-Bots. I can't believe how huge they are for the price. The $10 ones are an absolute bargain. Yah, they're a little unorthodox. But as a cheap way to get some really nice head sculpts and some interesting takes on some of our favorite characters, the Construct-Bots were a really nice treat.

My favorite is my "custom" Soundwave. I swapped out the yellow parts with the black parts from an extra Starscream I have. He turned out pretty nice. I also was pleasantly surprised that the 2 pack of Prime and Megatron had unique head sculpts from the regular Elite Class releases. Unnecessary, but welcomed at the same time!

The Dinobot Riders were fun little basic toys. For the $5 retail price, I think they're very worth it. If they were $8 to $10 they'd be disappointing, but for $5 what the heck! Lockdown is my favorite of that group.

Hopefully they'll figure out a way to make an additional scale of figures for smaller characters like Bumblebee and Cliffjumper that should only come to Soundwave, Prime and Megatron's chests. Not small scale like the Dinobot Riders, but a happy compromise that shortens up the legs or something.
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1570489)
Posted by Va'al on May 1st, 2014 @ 2:22pm CDT
Still leading up to the release of Transformers: Age of Extinction next month, and pushing very close to the official street date for its accompanying toys (17th May), Seibertron.com has yet another dino-themed Contruct-Bot offering to show you! Check out below, by clicking any of the images, the double-trouble set of Construct-Bots Dinobot Warriors Optimus Prime and Gnaw Dino - who is both a green crocodino and Optimus' new battle throw. What do you think of this new gimmick? Let us know in the ever-fun Energon Pub inside!


Age of Extinction: Construct-Bots Optimus Prime

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Age of Extinction: Construct-Bots Gnaw

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Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1570510)
Posted by RAcast on May 1st, 2014 @ 2:58pm CDT
I wait with baited breath...for this to go on clearance so I can snap it up! :grin:
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1570522)
Posted by ScottyP on May 1st, 2014 @ 3:35pm CDT
That combining gimmick is really neat, I think. I was looking forward to that on the Beast Hunters Constructbots, but those never even came out.
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1570553)
Posted by Bumblevivisector on May 1st, 2014 @ 5:57pm CDT
ScottyP wrote:That combining gimmick is really neat, I think. I was looking forward to that on the Beast Hunters Constructbots, but those never even came out.
Me too. Were they confirmed as cancelled when Target's exclusive Predacons Rising stuff shelfwarmed, or is there still some glimmer of hope? I just got CB Predaking on clearance, and he's a hell of a lot better than I guessed he'd be.

Oddly, these 2-packs were what I've been looking forward to most ever since Toy Fair, and I'm a tad disappointed to see the armor dinos don't also have their own robot modes, but I guess this makes them the equivalent of Action Master partners.

Though what Optignaw's combination REALLY reminds me of is this:

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Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1572088)
Posted by Seibertron on May 7th, 2014 @ 8:31pm CDT
Seibertron.com is proud to present a gallery of Age of Extinction Generations Leader Class Grimlock. This is our 17th gallery from the Transformers Age of Extinction toy line! Leader Class Grimlock is one of the most anticipated figures from the upcoming toy line which will be officially released on May 17th at brick-and-mortar stores.

While he isn't much bigger in T-Rex mode than his Voyager Class counterpart, but is much taller in robot mode. The new AOE Leader Class toys are similar in size to Ultra Class toys from previous Transformers toy lines. One striking feature of this version of Grimlock is the large amounts of chrome paint that are on this toy, which appears to be a divisive feature amongst many fans.

Check out all of our pics to decide if you'll be picking up Leader Class Grimlock. When you do find him, please make sure you stop by our sightings section to let others know that you found him!

Just to clarify where this toy came from, it was purchased on eBay.

Age of Extinction: Generations Grimlock

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Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1572091)
Posted by Ultra Markus on May 7th, 2014 @ 8:57pm CDT
i like the voyager better
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1572096)
Posted by durroth on May 7th, 2014 @ 9:04pm CDT
Gonna be honest, now that I see it outside official shots, not completely hating it. kind of looks cool
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1572097)
Posted by Noideaforaname on May 7th, 2014 @ 9:09pm CDT
I'm a dinosaur/monster nut, and would consider the beast modes the primary ones, but these Grimlocks do nothing but disappoint me. The other Dinobots look great, but Grimmys are just... blech.
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1572099)
Posted by durroth on May 7th, 2014 @ 9:15pm CDT
the proportions don't really bother me as much as I thought they would. It's mainly the chrome that bothers me, because I remember how well it worked for all those transmetals figures that lost all color and started flaking. I do however feel big grimlock's bad front proportions could be offset by a thicker, longer tail.
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1572128)
Posted by MGrotusque on May 7th, 2014 @ 10:20pm CDT
Bot mode is awesome-ish. Alt mode....i've said enough on other threads about it. DOn't need to repeat myself.
With that being said. Liking the pics and loving the new backdrop Seibertron. Looks good.

EDIT: Or is it an old back drop and i'm just noticing it now? Either way...nice gallery.
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1572134)
Posted by Seibertron on May 7th, 2014 @ 11:40pm CDT
MGrotusque wrote:Bot mode is awesome-ish. Alt mode....i've said enough on other threads about it. DOn't need to repeat myself.
With that being said. Liking the pics and loving the new backdrop Seibertron. Looks good.

EDIT: Or is it an old back drop and i'm just noticing it now? Either way...nice gallery.


I've been using the black backdrop for about 2.5 years now in the galleries. Glad you like it!
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1572136)
Posted by mesh on May 7th, 2014 @ 11:49pm CDT
Whenever I see pictures of the figure in alt mode, for some odd reason, I picture Milo from the Mask.

This is not a good thing!

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Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1572138)
Posted by Autobot032 on May 8th, 2014 @ 12:15am CDT
Seibertron.com is extremely proud to present the newest installations of its world-renowned high-quality Transformers galleries. Today, we bring you the latest incarnation of the proud leader of the Autobots, in the form of Transformers: Age of Extinction Generations Leader Class Optimus Prime, and the movieverse debut of an original comics character, Generations Deluxe Drift!

The new AOE Leader Class toys are closer to what we used to call Ultra Class from previous Transformers toy lines such as the Unicron Trilogy. This is the second Leader Class gallery from this line, the first one being Grimlock from just the other day. At first glance in vehicle mode, Optimus seems to be Voyager Class sized in comparison to the Amazon.com exclusive First Edition figure, which is more in step with Leader Classes of past figure lines, just to give you an idea of the scale. However, the robot mode is where he regains quite a bit of that lost size. While still not quite measuring up to the First Edition's stature, this mold makes up for it, in design and features, what it lacks in size.

The three striking features of this version of Optimus are the well placed use of chrome paints that really stand out on him, plus he also just so happens to be a movieverse Leader Class figure with a waist swivel! And to round out the wow factor? Rubber tires!

As for Drift, the blue samurai debuting in the Michael Bay universe, supposedly based on the Decepticon-turned-Autobot character introduced by IDW Publishing (and who showed up in our galleries earlier), we know very little for now, other than its alt-mode being a 2013 Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse, and it features multiple swords and traditional samurai looking armour and helm with face mask.

Check out all of our pics to decide if you'll be picking up Leader Class Optimus or Deluxe Drift. When you do find them, please make sure you use our sightings section to let others know, and where!

Age of Extinction: Generations Optimus Prime

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Keep your optics tuned to Seibertron.com for the latest in news and updates, plus the best galleries around!
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1572169)
Posted by Va'al on May 8th, 2014 @ 7:06am CDT
durroth wrote:the proportions don't really bother me as much as I thought they would. It's mainly the chrome that bothers me, because I remember how well it worked for all those transmetals figures that lost all color and started flaking. I do however feel big grimlock's bad front proportions could be offset by a thicker, longer tail.



Or the legs being slightly forward than they currently are. It would increase tail length and decrease torso and neck, making more appealing to me, too. :-?

I don't dislike it as much as I did with the video review, but I'm still not that big a fan of it. If I do get one, it'll be the Voyager at this point.
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1572270)
Posted by Homerjay14522 on May 8th, 2014 @ 12:00pm CDT
WOAH!!!! SINCE WHEN ARE OPTIMUS PRIMES WINDOWS F-ING YELLOW?!?!?!?! I was going to pick him up just to have him even with his other issues, but Yellow f-ing windows may kill it for me. Everything before showed clear.
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1572271)
Posted by Mindmaster on May 8th, 2014 @ 12:06pm CDT
A little disappoited that the new Leader class comes up to about Ultra-ish while still asking for $45. Not cool. [-(

Optimus looks okay, but the shoulder kibble is what gets me. Maybe if I see him on clearance.

I like Drift, but there's two things that bother me: his face and his size. The detailing on his face look oddly proportioned, and compared to Generations Drift, he's definitely a little on the small side. Like I said, I'll think about them if they go on clearance.
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1572275)
Posted by Noideaforaname on May 8th, 2014 @ 12:14pm CDT
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:lol: That's just terrible looking. Kissy face and hollow pits for eyes.
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1572277)
Posted by Delta Magnus on May 8th, 2014 @ 12:17pm CDT
Hey, at least it's better than the Impossible Toys Tetrajets. XD

I'm liking Leader Grimlock the more I look at him. The robot mode is fantastic, and I reckon if you moved the dino arms the T-Rex mode would look much better.
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1572280)
Posted by RAcast on May 8th, 2014 @ 12:25pm CDT
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What are those on the left? Is that a second pair of swords, or are they sheathes? They're pegged onto his kibble backpack in a bunch of the pictures.
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1572284)
Posted by RhA on May 8th, 2014 @ 12:32pm CDT
Drift lives up to his reputation. This is the ugliest TF I have ever seen and I collect G2. It. Hurts. My. Eyeballs.
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1572286)
Posted by Mindmaster on May 8th, 2014 @ 12:33pm CDT
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What are those on the left? Is that a second pair of swords, or are they sheathes? They're pegged onto his kibble backpack in a bunch of the pictures.


They're a pair of second swords, sorta like how Generations Drift had a pair of smaller swords.
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1572288)
Posted by shockblast2 on May 8th, 2014 @ 12:34pm CDT
Drift....that stupid looking face....ugh
Re: New Gallery: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Crosshairs (1572289)
Posted by Nisus on May 8th, 2014 @ 12:37pm CDT
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What are those on the left? Is that a second pair of swords, or are they sheathes? They're pegged onto his kibble backpack in a bunch of the pictures.


In a couple pics, it shows him holding them so I'm assuming their supposed to be his equivalent of Tanto swords.


Mindmaster wrote:A little disappoited that the new Leader class comes up to about Ultra-ish while still asking for $45. Not cool. [-(

Optimus looks okay, but the shoulder kibble is what gets me. Maybe if I see him on clearance.

I like Drift, but there's two things that bother me: his face and his size. The detailing on his face look oddly proportioned, and compared to Generations Drift, he's definitely a little on the small side. Like I said, I'll think about them if they go on clearance.


Agreed!

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