TFC Toys Star Q Dinosaur Combiner Animated Video Previews Transformation Sequences
Scaleface - Friday, May 30, 2014
These have been a long time in the making, but just out are new TFC Toys Star Q Dinobotsaur Combiner animated video previews showing off all five of their figures and their transformation sequences. Get a look at previews for the Shura King (Not Grimlock), Pteranodon (not Dinobot Swoop), Brontosaurus (not Dinobot Sludge), Triceratops (not Dinobot Slag), and Stegasaurus (not Dinobot Snarl). Read on to watch all the previews now.
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Here is another video I came up with, showing the rescue and dinosaur teams transforming and combining! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dHvowSoVrrc
Some videos of the transformation sequences: Stegosaurus: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nzfnNP_xSTo Triceratops: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVUIxr66SHI T-Rex: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HUmd8cK9EhI Pteranodon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tK-RFZapGws Combination: https://www.youtube.c... read more
For those interested, here is a CG animation of the dinosaur team combining. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E0pXMsfwllE They are up for order here:
The "Star Dino Team" is still happening!
I will wait for actual pics of the actual figures before I decide one way or the other, but I am interested in the Star Cats version
imho below: This G-1 styled/colored Dinobots combiner is something I'd consider buying if the price doesn't reach above $330.
U G L Y you ain't got no alibi, you ugly! Nope don't want it.
After a long time with no updates, it seems we have something NEW to report about the now-Dinobots! Grimlock recolor in the works for the Star-Q Dinosaur combiner! Original colors:
I would agree that it would only be logical for the Dinobots to combine since their #1 Nemesis has always been Devastator.....which I hope they finish before deciding to make another Gestalt. I love the name Extinction for the combined mode. It plays on what Devastator always said....Prepare for O... read more
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