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Glyph - 2002 BotCon Exclusive - Figure

Female characters in the TF universe are always welcome (except Nightbird) and Glyph is no exception. She's unique in that she's no warrior, but an intellectual, an archaeometrist who's as interested and skilled in mythology as in science. Along with her faithful bodyguard Tap-Out, Glyph serves as custodian for a mysterious "Divine Light" that is coveted by Cryotek.

Vehicle Mode
Glyph is a redeco of the Bumblebee keychain from 2001. This lovely little classic Volkswagon Beetle measures 5 cm(2") long with the key ring on her rear bumper and is mainly metallic blue with silver windows and bumpers, chrome hubcaps, and rubber tires. An Autobot sticker is on her roof (lopsidedly) and another sticker on her rear appears to be of a spare tire.

The exact same as Tap-Out's.

Robot Mode
In robot mode, Glyph is slightly shorter than Tap-Out, about 7.5 cm(3") tall. Aside from her yellow face, she remains all metallic blue and silver. Like Tap-Out, her head lowers, her shoulders swivel, and her feet are hinged (although that doesn't really count as poseability).

Susp Sez: Glyph is my favourite of the two exclusive keychains, for her colours and for her character. Plus, it's nice that Bumblebee finally has a girlfriend.

Susp, if Bumblebee is yellow and Glyph is blue and Tap-Out is green, does that mean that . . . ?

"We have been awaiting the rescue effort for quite some time. Though I must admit--over three hundred years is a bit longer than we had expected!" -Glyph

DateAugust 7th 2002  
Score 8 stars (8 out of 10)  

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