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  1. Very cool, but so unfair. Why can't Hasbro make these in mass quantities? No way am I gonna be able to afford this as an exclusive.
  2. Your #'s are off...they're actually $55, $55, $50 and $35 or $180 if you buy all 4. I used that online currency converter and thats what they rounded to. Anyways I believe those figures are for the Japanese retail prices, so over here they would be a bit more. Anyways, point is they fall right into the same price bracket as they reissues do, so heres to hoping! Hopefully that Hong Kong source is accurate and not just pulling your middle leg. LOL! I would loves me a Wheeljack. #US1#
  3. I hope so. I wouldn't mind picking up a few extras. Someone mentioned on another board that these might be reissues with classic packaging. Neat! I figured out the prices and they will be around $42.00 for the Convoy and Megs, $38.00 for SW and $25.00 for Screamer.
  4. 84.99 for an opened, basically ruined version of reissue Megatron? Kiss my butt BBTS. Glad I still have my first edition, unaltered reissue Meggy. Got him for only 60.00 shipped too. Sorry but I had to brag....mainly because he's the only thing worth bragging about. LOL! J/K. Seriously though that is a bit steep.
  5. I've seen tape knock-offs before but never in these colors. Steeljaw is actually really close to his G1 colors. Very cool! Wish I could find some of these and those knock-off dino bots too. On a side note Gaz, you shouldn't be rude to someone who really doesn't collect TF's. He probably doesn't know too much about them and he was happy to show us a really cool collection. Why be rude about it? Ok I'm done.
  6. Yeah that doesn't sound like such a great deal. I thought the DVD was 20.00 anyways, and the Prime was like 80.00?
  7. Correct. Stepper and Ricochet reissues were both available in 2004. The original Stepper was released in 1987 in Japan. Here are some more links to help you out. Original Stepper boxed As for the reissue #15 Stepper box art.....well you can find that pretty much anywhere. Check EBay or even online retailers for that. Hope that helps. #US1#
  8. Here are some links to help you out. Ricochet is the US release of Stepper. Same toy, but different size weapons and new box. I have both toys and would recommend them to anyone. Ricochet Stepper Also it is worth noting that the original 1987 release of Stepper only came with the Targetmaster and extension, but not the missles or the original Jazz gun. The 2004 reissues, both American and Japanese, included these as "extras" with Japan getting the chromed ones and the U.S. getting solid black plastic. Hope that helps!
  9. Holy cow! I think I need a fresh pair of boxers! man this line is so freakin cool I can't wait til November!
  10. Alt modes look great, but not liking the robot modes. Megatron would fit if they used it as a robot symbiote in a new Spiderman movie, but not TF's. Bumblebee freakin looks like those robot bears from Thundercats!
  11. Found this video after viewing that Prime one. Not quite as good, but I thought it was pretty funny because the dubbed in voice matches the actions well. Enjoy! Galvatron VS. Ultra Beavis
  12. Niiiiicccccceeee! Heah heah......"jiggeryjoo"
  13. I think you forgot to read my post above yours. Ditto. In my post I picked Scrapper too. Swindle seemed to have the most unique personality trait out of them all, but I still think Scrapper had more lines total. #US1#
  14. Just thinking about all the combiner teams in G1 after re-watching "Call of the Primitives" earlier today. It got me thinking about which individual team members were the most developed by the writers. So I pose this question to the fandom, "Which individual G1 combiner team member was the most developed in the toon? Who had the most appearances, lines, action, whatever? I'm keeping this limited to only actual combiner teams, no Dinobots or Insecticons since those groups were all pretty well featured. Also only individual team members count, not the actual gestault character. Also only the ones who appeared in the American cartoon since I haven't yet watched all of the Japanese episodes yet. So I guess out of the Arielbots, Protectobots, Technobots, Constructicons, Stunticons, Combaticons, Predacons and Terrorcons. My overall choice would have to be Scrapper. He seemed to have the most lines out of any Constructicon and appeared in all 4 seasons. Onslaught might be a close second. Whats your choice?
  15. I had Roadbuster as a kid, and loved him! He came with quite a bit of parts and was armed to the teeth. Was one of my faves. Whirl looks great in vehicle mode, but his robot mode is a little iffy. Not bad just a little less desirable than RB. Both great toys in my opinion, just from what I have seen of Whirl online, he looks cool.
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