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The Jumpstarters are back...

Post by Denyer » Sun Feb 12, 2012 5:31 pm

http://www.comicsalliance.com/2012/02/1 ... fair-2012/

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...apparently there was other TF stuff at Toy Fair too; http://tformers.com/tfcc.php

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Post by Cliffjumper » Sun Feb 12, 2012 5:37 pm

My Christ those rock; I actually like a lot of the Crossover moulds apart from the superhero heads. Like the Star Wars TF figures there're some good ideas in the designs that just get done over by the central concept of the line.

Time until someone bashes Hulk into Twin Twist? Considering the ~30 year lapse, there're a Hell of a lot of similarities; with a different headcast and revised chest, it could be a Generations figure.

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Post by Savannahtron » Fri Feb 24, 2012 6:58 am

Cliffjumper wrote:My Christ those rock; I actually like a lot of the Crossover moulds apart from the superhero heads. Like the Star Wars TF figures there're some good ideas in the designs that just get done over by the central concept of the line.

Time until someone bashes Hulk into Twin Twist? Considering the ~30 year lapse, there're a Hell of a lot of similarities; with a different headcast and revised chest, it could be a Generations figure.
I felt the same way. Many of the robots would actually work as real TFs if they were labeled as such, without the other cross over. The new Darth Maul one looks pretty decent.

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