Transformers GDO Megatron Out of the Box - Decepticon Leader Samurai Style
By Jack on Sunday, September 30, 2012
Thanks to the Meteor Operation group who have posted a handful of new images showing the Asia exclusive Transformers GDO Megatron action figure. The images show the Decepticon leader Megatron presented samurai style with a green and purple color theme reminiscent of the G1 Constructicons / Devastator team. The figure is a repaint of the original ROTF Bludgeon mold that has since been reduxed as Gigatron and Banzitron and now we see a forth figure with a new head as Megatron!
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If they would tweek the mold and give him some real feet and hands it could work for Megatron, but not with just a new head and new color . I think Megs as a tank works...but this mold needs way more work to make it work....I can't believe they haven't tried to take this mold and cross it wi... read more
While many will argue that this mold is perfectly acceptable as Banzai-Tron, I maintain that it's ONLY good for Bludgeon, just does not work for anyone else.
You mean the Megatron head belong on the body of a robot samurai skeleton? No!
Samurai Megatron? Nope. PowerSnot Megatron with the chin of Death, definitely.
Me neither! Blah!
Ok I am definitely NOT getting this one, *puts $52 aside for Powerdive and Hotspot*
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