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Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers

Transformers News: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers

Monday, February 23rd, 2015 2:34PM CST

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After posting our galleries of the recently released Power Attackers Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee figures from Hasbro's Transformers Age of Extinction line yesterday, we received several requests for a video review demonstrating the articulation of these figures. Unfortunately, due to their gimmicks both figures suffer from a lack of articulation. If you're at all familiar with the Power Attackers (or Power Battlers depending on who you ask and what day it is), then you know what you're getting with these figures. Check out our video review below on Seibertron.com's YouTube channel.



After you've watched our video review, make sure you check out their respective galleries by clicking on the images below.

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Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1655205)
Posted by Deadput on February 23rd, 2015 @ 3:53pm CST
Thanks for the video demonstration I'm grateful you took the time to make the vid!



kinda disappointed he has no knees but I can live with it.




Local Motors is an actual company that makes Rally Fighters and is not a fictional company.
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1655221)
Posted by -Kanrabat- on February 23rd, 2015 @ 4:28pm CST
That vehicon is a beauty! If I ever see it in store, it's an instant buy. Even at full price.
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1655232)
Posted by Seibertron on February 23rd, 2015 @ 4:54pm CST
mirageandjazz1197 wrote:Local Motors is an actual company that makes Rally Fighters and is not a fictional company.


And now I know! Can't believe I've never heard of Local Motors before. Doh! :HEADHURTS:
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1655285)
Posted by Deadput on February 23rd, 2015 @ 6:52pm CST
Seibertron wrote:
mirageandjazz1197 wrote:Local Motors is an actual company that makes Rally Fighters and is not a fictional company.


And now I know! Can't believe I've never heard of Local Motors before. Doh! :HEADHURTS:



That's ok the logo does look out of place and kinda fake on the toy.



But regardless this is a really good review and I personally think your voice is cool.
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1655386)
Posted by OptimalOptimus2 on February 23rd, 2015 @ 11:10pm CST
Seibertron, you should do more video reviews often. However, the introduction didn't really fit the video.
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1655624)
Posted by Alpha Dominus on February 24th, 2015 @ 1:07pm CST
"Chainsaw Thrash." That is the most metal name for a Transformer ever. Or maybe Grindcore...
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1655705)
Posted by Hip-Hoptimus Rime on February 24th, 2015 @ 4:13pm CST
Seibertron wrote:
mirageandjazz1197 wrote:Local Motors is an actual company that makes Rally Fighters and is not a fictional company.


And now I know! Can't believe I've never heard of Local Motors before. Doh! :HEADHURTS:


Check out Jay Leno's Garage on Youtube, he has an episode with an in-depth look at and drive of a Rally Fighter. So very cool.
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1658361)
Posted by Leader_Ultra_Magnus on March 3rd, 2015 @ 4:45pm CST
Ryan, can you please tell me where you acquired these beautiful figures, I need them.
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1658362)
Posted by Seibertron on March 3rd, 2015 @ 4:47pm CST
Leader_Ultra_Magnus wrote:Ryan, can you please tell me where you acquired these beautiful figures, I need them.


Are you talking about Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee? If so, I purchased a few cases from Entertainment Earth.
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1663966)
Posted by Autobot032 on March 17th, 2015 @ 10:28pm CDT
Seibertron.com is proud to present our newest gallery:

Age Of Extinction Power Attackers Claw Crush Junkheap

Remember Dark Of The Moon? (Of course you do!) Remember the scene when the Decepticons make their appearance in D.C. and everyone wanted that awesome Waste Management garbage truck bot? (It was quite cool, actually.) Well, sadly we didn't get one then, but we're finally getting one now! In a special arrangement with Waste Management, Hasbro has been given the rights to affix the WM company logo on a Decepticon figure and that figure is Power Attackers Junkheap! A few years late, but better late than never, eh?

A different take on the Waste Management garbage truck bot was used in Age Of Extinction, they were created by KSI and the three components formed the garbage truck, in the film and they had an on screen appearance lasting less than 10 seconds. (Sadly.) So, the figure we've been waiting for is actually based off of one component of a three bot vehicle.

Sadly, he's packed one to a case and that case is part of the final assortment of Age Of Extinction figures, so chances are that most retailers probably won't be carrying this assortment of figures, meaning both Junkheap and his wave mate Vehicon (which you can see, here) are going to be extremely difficult to find, and even more so for a good price.

While you search for this guy (and Vehicon), take a moment to check out his gallery here on Seibertron.com and check back tomorrow for our exclusive video review of the figure, so you can see his Claw Crush gimmick in action! We will be posting the review on our front page, so make sure to come back!

Without further ado, click on any of the images below to see the full gallery:

Age of Extinction: Robots In Disguise Claw Crush Junkheap

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Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1663969)
Posted by Sabrblade on March 17th, 2015 @ 10:34pm CDT
Autobot032 wrote:Remember Dark Of The Moon? (Of course you do!) Remember the scene when the Decepticons make their appearance in D.C. and everyone wanted that awesome Waste Management garbage truck bot? (It was quite cool, actually.) Well, sadly we didn't get one then, but we're finally getting one now! In a special arrangement with Waste Management, Hasbro has been given the rights to affix the WM company logo on a Decepticon figure and that figure is Power Attackers Junkheap! A few years late, but better late than never, eh?
That DOTM guy wasn't Junkheap. Junkheap was one of the KSI robots in AOE, only in the movie, he was a Reflector-esque guy with three robot mode guys that fused into one garbage truck altmode. Since the toy didn't do that, its robot mode is based on the green component:

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Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1663975)
Posted by Super Megatron on March 17th, 2015 @ 10:53pm CDT
Too bad. This fig would have been a great Optimus Prime toy.
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1664034)
Posted by Autobot032 on March 18th, 2015 @ 6:36am CDT
Sabrblade wrote:
Autobot032 wrote:Remember Dark Of The Moon? (Of course you do!) Remember the scene when the Decepticons make their appearance in D.C. and everyone wanted that awesome Waste Management garbage truck bot? (It was quite cool, actually.) Well, sadly we didn't get one then, but we're finally getting one now! In a special arrangement with Waste Management, Hasbro has been given the rights to affix the WM company logo on a Decepticon figure and that figure is Power Attackers Junkheap! A few years late, but better late than never, eh?
That DOTM guy wasn't Junkheap. Junkheap was one of the KSI robots in AOE, only in the movie, he was a Reflector-esque guy with three robot mode guys that fused into one garbage truck altmode. Since the toy didn't do that, its robot mode is based on the green component:

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Please re-read what I posted, originally. I never said Junkheap and the DOTM bot were one and the same. I bolded and italicised the line above so you can read it clearly.

*A* Decepticon figure, not THE DOTM bot. Big difference.
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1664061)
Posted by Sabrblade on March 18th, 2015 @ 8:51am CDT
Autobot032 wrote:Please re-read what I posted, originally. I never said Junkheap and the DOTM bot were one and the same. I bolded and italicised the line above so you can read it clearly.

*A* Decepticon figure, not THE DOTM bot. Big difference.
Aw snap. #-o
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1664146)
Posted by Megatron Wolf on March 18th, 2015 @ 3:18pm CDT
after seeing these pictures i kind of want one now, to bad this wave will never hit stores
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1664313)
Posted by Va'al on March 19th, 2015 @ 2:19am CDT
We've posted the Seibertron.com galleries for the sadly badly released (if at all) Age of Extinction Power Attacker Claw Crush Junkheap just the other day - so why not double-dip, and take a look at the embedded video review below, courtesy of our very own site owner Seibertron? Includes comparisons to the other figures in the line (such as Bumblebee and Vehicon Power Attackers), various Voyagers and Deluxes; check it out!

Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1664405)
Posted by Leader_Ultra_Magnus on March 19th, 2015 @ 11:38am CDT
Seibertron wrote:
Leader_Ultra_Magnus wrote:Ryan, can you please tell me where you acquired these beautiful figures, I need them.


Are you talking about Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee? If so, I purchased a few cases from Entertainment Earth.


Vehicon and Junkheap mainly, Bumblebee would be a nice bonus.
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1754828)
Posted by Va'al on January 12th, 2016 @ 5:36pm CST
This is a blast (hah!) from the past, as we bring you yet another, nay, three other updates to the Seibertron.com movieverse galleries - specifically, Transformers: Age of Extinction and the Takara Tomy counterpart, Movie Advance!

The images below will take you to the definitely not Tracks figure we just saw in our latest post, Generations Hot Shot - a redeco of main cast member with a cape/trenchcoat Crosshairs. And moving back to the green bots, we have the Hasbro and Takara versions of the deluxe stegosaurus Dinobot with translucent green ..bits - Snarl. See if you can spot all the differences in colour scheme by checking out the pics right here.

Takara Tomy: Movie Advanced Snarl

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Age of Extinction: Generations Snarl

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Age of Extinction: Generations Hot Shot

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Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1754841)
Posted by Microraptor on January 12th, 2016 @ 7:07pm CST
You had ONE JOB Takara, color in the fake head. But did you? Noo, instead we paid an extra 20$ for a slightly shinier finish and no actual extra paint apps. What, me? Bitter?
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1754850)
Posted by MGrotusque on January 12th, 2016 @ 8:32pm CST
I really like that Snarl figure. All that lime margarita (or urine champaign) clear plastic is intoxicating for me to look at when the light catches it right and highlights all the details.
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1754945)
Posted by D-Maximal_Primal on January 13th, 2016 @ 12:28am CST
Well, the Snarl's don't really look that much different. and Hot Shot looks alright, better than I thought he'd be :BOT:
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1754963)
Posted by Carnivius_Prime on January 13th, 2016 @ 2:55am CST
I've not seen Snarl for sale on the shelves here or else I might have bought him cos he looks cool (if a lil garish with all the green). Almost bought his power battlers figure cos we do have that here and it doesn't look bad compared to other power battlers at least.

Not Shot but Tracks looks decent. I like the Crosshairs mold (especially the trenchcoat)
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1755020)
Posted by Seibertron on January 13th, 2016 @ 9:48am CST
D-Maximus_Prime wrote:Well, the Snarl's don't really look that much different. and Hot Shot looks alright, better than I thought he'd be :BOT:


There are at least four differences ...

* Additional metallic green paint apps
* Black shoulders
* Black crotch
* Black tail

I'm not a fan of the metallic paints on Takara's figures, but I do like the additional black/dark gray colors on Takara's Snarl.
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1755053)
Posted by Sabrblade on January 13th, 2016 @ 11:22am CST
In my headcanon, AOE Hot Shot acts just like the rambunctious teenager most Hot Shots tend to be portrayed as, but the difference here that he himself isn't a teenage youngster, but is instead an old guy who just never grew up. :-P
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1755079)
Posted by D-Maximal_Primal on January 13th, 2016 @ 12:25pm CST
Seibertron wrote:
D-Maximus_Prime wrote:Well, the Snarl's don't really look that much different. and Hot Shot looks alright, better than I thought he'd be :BOT:


There are at least four differences ...

* Additional metallic green paint apps
* Black shoulders
* Black crotch
* Black tail

I'm not a fan of the metallic paints on Takara's figures, but I do like the additional black/dark gray colors on Takara's Snarl.

I see those. didn't overly notice the black that much. those extra apps are there, they're just a little bit less obvious to me. now the Crosshairs differences are big, considering how underpainted he was, but this doesn't look really different either way :BOT:
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1761303)
Posted by Stuartmaximus on January 31st, 2016 @ 9:21am CST
Sabrblade wrote:
megatronus wrote:I'm really not getting the folks saying Drift should have been a Generations Springer remold. Really? I can see a Classics or IDW-style Drift coming out of Springer... but AoE Drift? There's no way that mold could have captured the character. Or the cool (and licensed!) car mode.

Version 1.0:

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Springer works for EVERYBODY! :KREMZEEK: :lol:


That's cool, now why couldn't Takara or Hasbro give us this? at the time, i still long for a triple changing Drift figure
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1833448)
Posted by Va'al on October 14th, 2016 @ 2:49am CDT
You may have spotted the recent Seibertron.com article on live-action Transformers movie toys that never made it or were never even planned at all (you can read it here and join in with your thoughts). To accompany that, we also have a new addition to the Transformers: Age of Extinction toy galleries, featuring not one but three versions of the character created to oppose Bumblebee: Stinger!

In his Takara Tomy Movie Advanced line AD32 body, using the same mold as Bumblebee, but with the new battlemask headsculpt; the slightly simpler Lost Age LA12 Stinger, with the quick transformation for younger fans, and a darker colour palette than our third gallery - the Hasbro one, in the One-Step changer sub-line, with plenty of comparison images to keep your Friday busy. Check them all out by clicking on any of the images below!

Takara Tomy: Movie Advanced Stinger (188 images) - Deluxe Class

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Takara Tomy: Lost Age Stinger (93 images) - One-Step

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Age of Extinction: Robots In Disguise One-Step Stinger (87 images) - One-Step

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Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1833497)
Posted by D-Maximal_Primal on October 14th, 2016 @ 9:17am CDT
Wish I could have got the deluxe Stinger, or better yet one that actually looked like his alternate mode. But the one-step is still a decent figure
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1903831)
Posted by william-james88 on August 11th, 2017 @ 10:08pm CDT
The Seibertron galleries are back in full swing and there is a lot of ground to cover. So not only do we have galleries of the newest toys but of toys that we never covered before such as these two from Takara's Movie Advanced line. This was the Takara movie line for Age of Extinction which had the more complex toys. While the Hasbro Age of Extinction line only had one mold that came from a previous line (voyager Drift), Takara rereleased plenty of molds under Movie Advanced such as AD12 Revenge Optimus Prime and AD08 Battle Blade Bumblebee, which we now have galleries for.

Both of these molds were first used in the Hunt for the Decepticon line with the Battle Blade motif, as Battle Blades Optimus Prime and Battle Blade Bumblebee. Since many fans previously had these toys already, along with the high cost of importing these, there was not an overwhelming demand for these in the west and thus there are very few images of these two Movie Advanced releases online, let alone images of them compared to the previous uses of their molds. But now we have rectified that. take a look and compare the differences.

Takara Tomy: Movie Advanced Revenge Optimus Prime (129 images) - Voyager Class

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Takara Tomy: Movie Advanced Battle Blade Bumblebee (111 images) - Deluxe Class, Voyager Class

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Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1903848)
Posted by Autobot Roadburn on August 11th, 2017 @ 10:47pm CDT
Honestly I've never really been a fan of this Bumblebee mold. His proportions (especially his neck) are kind of awkward and he's got gorilla arms, plus his face looks really angry and skull-like. I do wish I had one of the versions of that Optimus though, I like how he looks quite a bit.
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1903861)
Posted by Seibertron on August 12th, 2017 @ 12:59am CDT
Autobot Roadburn wrote:Honestly I've never really been a fan of this Bumblebee mold. His proportions (especially his neck) are kind of awkward and he's got gorilla arms, plus his face looks really angry and skull-like. I do wish I had one of the versions of that Optimus though, I like how he looks quite a bit.


I would agree. It's an OK mold, nothing spectacular. Way too long and spindly, plus the angry skull face that you mentioned was pretty off-putting to me as well. I'm always shocked to see fans referring to the Battle Blade Bumblebee figure as the "ultimate" deluxe class figure when it was always such a turn off to me.

I think the DOTM Deluxe Class Bumblebee would be the ultimate Deluxe Class Bumblebee ... if they could figure out how to give him the side door windows in vehicle mode and get rid of the spoiler. Basically, I'd like to see some minor modifications to that mold to make him be more in tune with his 2007 look. Close, but not "perfect".
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1903865)
Posted by Autobot Roadburn on August 12th, 2017 @ 2:38am CDT
Seibertron wrote:
Autobot Roadburn wrote:Honestly I've never really been a fan of this Bumblebee mold. His proportions (especially his neck) are kind of awkward and he's got gorilla arms, plus his face looks really angry and skull-like. I do wish I had one of the versions of that Optimus though, I like how he looks quite a bit.


I would agree. It's an OK mold, nothing spectacular. Way too long and spindly, plus the angry skull face that you mentioned was pretty off-putting to me as well. I'm always shocked to see fans referring to the Battle Blade Bumblebee figure as the "ultimate" deluxe class figure when it was always such a turn off to me.

I think the DOTM Deluxe Class Bumblebee would be the ultimate Deluxe Class Bumblebee ... if they could figure out how to give him the side door windows in vehicle mode and get rid of the spoiler. Basically, I'd like to see some minor modifications to that mold to make him be more in tune with his 2007 look. Close, but not "perfect".


I guess I always liked the original 2009 Camaro mold and its variants, it felt like it was a bit more compact and had less open space than the DotM version (mostly I didn't like how his back panels folded up). It definitely has its issues but I feel like it's a tiny bit more streamlined. Outside of that, yeah, the arms finally looked right and the head was mostly good outside of the eyes being a bit dark and sunken - I really liked the painted eyes on High Octane Bee, he actually has my favorite head sculpt besides the Masterpiece.

I'm looking forward to the new Last Knight Bee mold because he looks like he might be the new best deluxe - kibble folds up nicely, face looks great, wheels are in the proper spot and the little guy even has the extra wings like MPM-3! As long as he's actually able to be found somewhere (I still haven't seen a single wave 2 deluxe in my area) then he's going to be my go-to deluxe Bumblebee.
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1903882)
Posted by william-james88 on August 12th, 2017 @ 8:03am CDT
Seibertron wrote:I would agree. It's an OK mold, nothing spectacular. Way too long and spindly, plus the angry skull face that you mentioned was pretty off-putting to me as well. I'm always shocked to see fans referring to the Battle Blade Bumblebee figure as the "ultimate" deluxe class figure when it was always such a turn off to me.

I was gonna say you wont like my top 5 BB list then, but as it turns out that one isnt there. So you'l like it after all. But there are so many movie bees I think I will make a list just for movie bees too.
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1903913)
Posted by Quantum Surge on August 12th, 2017 @ 11:16am CDT
No demand for these repaints, yet finding these is extremely hard, let alone any version of Battle Blades Prime (not to mention any version loose on eBay somehow has a missing chest window). I knew I shouldn't have skipped out on him on the only time I saw him. If anyone's got a spare HFTD Battle Blades Prime, please send me a PM!
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1903941)
Posted by william-james88 on August 12th, 2017 @ 1:27pm CDT
Quantum Surge wrote:No demand for these repaints, yet finding these is extremely hard, let alone any version of Battle Blades Prime (not to mention any version loose on eBay somehow has a missing chest window).!

I dont remember the forum discussions being very alive for these repaints. People were all over that soundwave, dispenser and wheeljack but not so much for these. Maybe Tomy predicted that and didnt make a huge amount and so the low demand was anticipated by them. Or maybe I dont know what I am talking about 8-}
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1903981)
Posted by D-Maximal_Primal on August 12th, 2017 @ 5:29pm CDT
I still think the 2007 Bee mold was the one that was most accurate. If it weren't for the arms, that mold would have been the ultimate representation of him in my mind
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1903987)
Posted by william-james88 on August 12th, 2017 @ 5:49pm CDT
D-Maximus_Prime wrote:I still think the 2007 Bee mold was the one that was most accurate. If it weren't for the arms

Or the head right?

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Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1903988)
Posted by D-Maximal_Primal on August 12th, 2017 @ 5:57pm CDT
william-james88 wrote:
D-Maximus_Prime wrote:I still think the 2007 Bee mold was the one that was most accurate. If it weren't for the arms

Or the head right?

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Eh, I have both that head and the facemask one. I like the face mask
Re: Video review of Chainsaw Thrash Vehicon and High Octane Bumblebee Power Attackers (1904077)
Posted by dragons on August 13th, 2017 @ 8:12am CDT
Autobot Roadburn wrote:Honestly I've never really been a fan of this Bumblebee mold. His proportions (especially his neck) are kind of awkward and he's got gorilla arms, plus his face looks really angry and skull-like. I do wish I had one of the versions of that Optimus though, I like how he looks quite a bit.


It's ok figure it's closes figure we got back then that enables his arm canon still ok figure now I want jello

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