I bet a talented artist could create a better looking bot mode in the G1 box style and stickers could be printed to cover up Hasbro's garbage. If it'll be kept in the box, who cares if the art doesn't match the actual figure.That art is annoying... I’ll have to see it in person, but obviously do not care what the actual robot looks like since it’ll never be opened if I did buy it. So close Hasbro.
Gee one! Gee one! Gee one! Gee one! Gee one!No. Eddie and Nacho are anti anything Micheal Bay, so I didn't bother bringing it up.
If 50% of the combined mode is add-on parts and the other 50% is just alt modes stuck to it, then give me a 20” bot that doesn’t transform and is super articulated for half the price. Is Motormaster even in the combined mode?Both of them have two set ups. Toon and Studio Ox. The ones I posted are Ox.
Yeah, they are cheating, but honestly, if that's what it takes to get the proportions right, I'm all for it.
I think the difference is that with combiners, they always required a bunch of add-on parts and partsforming. If I thought there was even a remote chance of making the gestalt look correct while keeping the bots in scale with one another, I'd be less forgiving. But I think even hardcore G1 fans recognize the impossibility of it all.For you being an anti-toon guy and constantly complaining about how vehicle parts are not seen on robot modes/fake parts taking their place, you sure are doing a 180 in the most extreme way on these combiners.
It's HIGHLY unlikely that I get any of these combiners. I've just gotten so good at talking myself out of stuff that I have no need for, no space for and just sits around in a museum just for me that I rarely go into.For you being an anti-toon guy and constantly complaining about how vehicle parts are not seen on robot modes/fake parts taking their place, you sure are doing a 180 in the most extreme way on these combiners.
Transformers: War For Cybertron Netflix Series writer Brandon Easton attended TFcon Los Angeles 2019 to let the fans know about their upcoming series.
We’ve summarized all the info which came our way thanks to Wreckette:
Brandon M. Easton is an award winning professional writer, screenwriter, and educator based in Los Angeles, CA. He is known for his work on the ThunderCats 2011 series, Transformers: Rescue Bots and Agent Carter.
- Season 1 will consist of 6 episodes.
- Each episode will have a running time of 22 minutes.
- Brandon Easton has written over half the season.
- The series will be directed at older fans of the franchise, and will be very dark in tone.
- The story will feature lasting effects on canon.
- Animation is taking inspiration from the hit Netflix show Knights Of Sidonia (also from the same animation studio; Polygon Pictures).
- The show will keep characters true to themselves and G1 fans will not be disappointed.
- Mr. Easton believes that War For Cybertron will become the next definitive iteration for the franchise.