Hunt For The Decepticons Leader Class Starscream Released in Singapore
Saturday, June 5th, 2010 9:15am CDTCategories: Toy News, Sightings
Posted by: Mach Views: 54,726
After the brutal battle in Egypt, Starscream has gone into hiding and escaping the radar sensors of the Autobots. According to reliable intelligence, a F22 Jet Fighter with alien tatoo has been spotted in Asia, Singapore to be exact.
On a serious note, Hunt For The Decepticons Leader Class Starscream toys are available at the hobby shops in Singapore as Energon member Mach has got his hand on this highly anticipated figure.
Kindly visit Seibertron very own gallery on Starscream here.
Don't forget to share with other members if you have sighted any unreleased Transformers figures within your location at our Sighting forums.
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This article was last modified on Saturday, June 5th, 2010 9:38am CDT
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Posted by HighPrime on June 5th, 2010 @ 9:32am CDT
Still boggles my mind how Hasbro can produce such a fantastic version of ROTF Starscream, but can only muster up trainwrecks (at best, IMO) out of their flagship Deception, Megatron.
Posted by Blurrz on June 5th, 2010 @ 10:12am CDT
Posted by Gearslide on June 5th, 2010 @ 1:20pm CDT
HighPrime wrote:Still boggles my mind how Hasbro can produce such a fantastic version of ROTF Starscream, but can only muster up trainwrecks (at best, IMO) out of their flagship Deception, Megatron.
It's because Hasbro designs their figures during development of the movie, so as to release figures when the movie comes out. If you'll notice, Leader class figures (being the most detailed) made after a movie is released (Brawl and Starscream), as well as figures of characters whose designs haven't changed between movies (Optimus Prime) are generally phenomenal.
Meanwhile, characters who have not had finalized designs by the time Hasbro has to make the figures, generally have highly inaccurate designs (Movie Megatron, Movie Optimus, ROTF Megatron, and Jetfire). I'd say it's safe to expect a highly accurate toy for Megatron for the next film, unless his design drastically changes again.
Posted by Jacob P. Galvatron on June 5th, 2010 @ 2:06pm CDT
Posted by Down_Shift on June 5th, 2010 @ 2:25pm CDT
Posted by Warbreaker on June 5th, 2010 @ 6:31pm CDT
So long, so close...