First Look At Generations Voyager Whirl From SDCC 2013
ExVee - Wednesday, July 17, 2013
Thanks to Instagram user starlock who has posted a photo of the upcoming Generations Whirl figure on display at the Hasbro booth at San Diego Comic Con. As you can see in the image below, this toy hews closely to the original G1 Whirl toy, rather than the current IDW comics design as many had hoped for. Check out the full size image below and keep watching TFormers.com for the latest Transformers news from SDCC! UPDATE: You can see more images of the Transformers SDCC Display in the image gallery we have just posed - Click Here to View More Transformers SDCC figures
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I was happy to see that the panel slides are showing the display Whirl to be mistransformed. With the knees just so slightly bent backwards it starts to show the personality of MTMTE Whirl, even if just a little.
MINE! Love this guy! Cannot wait to grab him and he's such an upgrade from his G-1 counterpart. I loved that toy.
I like this figure. I think they went a little too G1 inspired, but I like it and will buy him when I find him. His alt mode looks awesome IMHO.
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