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.'
fenrir72 wrote:Hopefully more improvements than Revoltech........oops, that was a kaiyodo job.
Sabrblade wrote:Though it does look Megatron-y, it also kinda reminds me of Browning.
MightyMagnus78 wrote:Nothing Hasbro does surprises me anymore, their ineptitude is legendary!
Burn wrote:Shadowstream wrote:It's quite clear they dun dropped the ball, but did they have to drop it so far and so hard?
It's FunPub. It's their specialty.
El Duque wrote:Takara Tomy has announced a new Arts line of figures that will likely include Transformers characters based on the teaser silhouette, which appears to be Megatron. The figures in this line will probably be of the non-transforming variety, but highly detailed and articulated. We'll be sure to keep an optic on it!
Yeah, that head is definitely Megatron, but those shoulders... it's almost like a hybrid between the two.Shadowstream wrote:Sabrblade wrote:Though it does look Megatron-y, it also kinda reminds me of Browning.
I see it too, but Browning has more of a rumble/frenzy type head, where the silhouette here has the unmistakable bucket head.
It also has an incredibly thin waist and legs...
Bumblevivisector wrote:Although it's probably not even TF related, am I the only one more perplexed by what the silhouette on the left is doing? Playing a half-assembled assault rifle like a bassoon while carrying a bow with her other hand? Or does she have THREE arms?
(EDIT: I see that she has just two arms and a quiver now. Still confused about her entire arsenal, though.)
Maybe the figures are commemorating the history of Microman for its Fabulous 40th anniversary, and the one on the right is a generic amalgam of all the Gun-Robos, with elements of Magnum Robo as well? Or with swappable parts to create any Gun-Robo?
Jeep! wrote:Why do I imagine Dead Metal sounding exactly like Arnie?
Leave it to Dead Metal to have the word 'Pronz' in his signature.
Probably either a Famicom or a Super Famicom instead.Venowtron wrote:if they announce an Optimus, will it turn into a Super Nintendo?
Burn wrote:Madeus Prime wrote:duragrip wrote:Aren't we related to trees?
Some more so then others it would seem.
We are Groot.
ausbot wrote:Replace the fusion cannon and lose the "16 bit" and this will make a good classics megatron, plus I would like to see a megaplex and browning
#Sideways# wrote:Now, if this thing actually is a functioning SEGA Genesis, like the Music Label Soundwave that was a functioning MP3 player, then it would basically be an instant buy for me. I mean, this is awesome. No doubt about it.