Pictures of Marvel Crossovers Thor
Monday, December 15th, 2008 1:21am CST
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Seibertron.com member Blurrz has just informed us that he's gotten new images of the upcoming Transformers Marvel Crossover figure THOR
. Here's what he had to share:
Thanks to our good friend kenzsq (the same source for the images of Marvel Crossovers Captain America), we now have new images of Thor, who is scheduled to be released in the 3rd Wave of Marvel Crossovers, along with Captain America, Carnage(repaint of Venom), and War Machine (repaint of Iron Man).
Here are the images on what seems to be another spectacular addition to the Crossovers family:
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Re: Pictures of Marvel Crossovers Thor (850698)
Posted by emeraldbeacon
on December 15th, 2008 @ 1:34am CST
That robot mode doesn't look bad, though the sheer amount of detail inside the wings is lost to the flat, unpainted finish.
But GOOD GOD is that vehicle mode hideous...
Re: Pictures of Marvel Crossovers Thor (850700)
Posted by Craven Knight
on December 15th, 2008 @ 1:44am CST
Way too much unpainted plastic, it just looks cheap
Re: Pictures of Marvel Crossovers Thor (850709)
Posted by Dark Ops
on December 15th, 2008 @ 2:24am CST
I'm tempted to try drybrushing some gold and silver over the body panels to see how it would come out. Given the amount of detailing, I can't believe it was designed for the flat colors.
Re: Pictures of Marvel Crossovers Thor (850716)
Posted by Burn
on December 15th, 2008 @ 3:01am CST
It screams "Happy Meal Toy" to me.
Re: Pictures of Marvel Crossovers Thor (850723)
Posted by Megatron Wolf
on December 15th, 2008 @ 3:55am CST
The way it transforms looks cool but the figure as a hole is crap. Im kinda getting sick of the cross overs. Only a few actually turn out good and this aint one of em.
Re: Pictures of Marvel Crossovers Thor (850725)
Posted by ShGarland_1383
on December 15th, 2008 @ 4:03am CST
I think this figure should been a seeker mold for TF Crossover: GI Joe. The A-10 isn't quite a Cobra Rattler, but its close enough, IMO.
Re: Pictures of Marvel Crossovers Thor (850760)
Posted by alldarker
on December 15th, 2008 @ 7:01am CST
A-10 Thunderbolt... Thor... Ahhh I get it, very clever! Actually, I think this is one of the better crossovers. Good A-10 mold and good robot mold, although the colors on the A-10 are superbly terrible. As said befor, it's definitely too bad that the intricate runes on the inside panels of Thor's cape haven't been highlighted... Dry brushing seems like a good idea.
Re: Pictures of Marvel Crossovers Thor (850820)
Posted by dragons
on December 15th, 2008 @ 10:01am CST
its good try on thor but i dont like his his boots should be all yellow not black & yellow
intersting to see where you put his hammer more i see these figures less i want to but them cant belive i bout the first three figutres
Re: Pictures of Marvel Crossovers Thor (850850)
Posted by rpetras
on December 15th, 2008 @ 11:07am CST
I'm still pretty excited for the Thor & the Cap.
I plan to do repaints with both, though I don't know what I'm repainting the Thor into.
Maybe a Rattlor, but I may try Jin's repaint of Powerglide for that.
Re: Pictures of Marvel Crossovers Thor (850878)
Posted by NuclearConvoy
on December 15th, 2008 @ 12:39pm CST
Once again, another Crossovers figure that with better paint application would look aces, but falls on its ass because of what was done with it.
Re: Pictures of Marvel Crossovers Thor (850892)
Posted by Overcracker
on December 15th, 2008 @ 1:20pm CST
Looks very colorful. but what strikes me is the this new engineering fashion where the plane's nosecone splits in half, and the waist pegs under the cockpit. So far all the planes in the Crossovers line seem to have this same basic transformation style.
Torch, Iron Man/WM, Thor.
Is it something easy to do? Or does it just yield a better looking Robot?