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Official Images of Brawn Generations GDO Edition Figure in and Out of Box
Jack - Friday, January 18, 2013


Thanks to the 78dm forums member spyder. who has posted a couple of official images of the
Transformers Generations GDO Brawn action figure. This is a remake of the Transformers Prime First Edition Bulkhead action figure with a new head. Still no announcements on where or when this figure will be offered, if ever. Check out the images Official Images of Brwan Generations GDO Edition Figure below until then.


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How do you like the Generations GDO Brawn toy?
5 - Great
4
3 - Okay
2
1 - Terrible
0 - Do Not Care

   Votes: 85  -  Poll Results


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Fatherdeth
2013-01-22
10:50 pm

Remember, this figure goes with the Generations line. It just doesn't fit in well with the Generations line. If, it were to go into the Prime line, it DEFINITELY wouldn't fit in being there's already a green Bulkhead. I do agree, that head sculpt is quite nice. 
Transmitte
2013-01-22
10:23 pm

I'm contemplating getting this mold simply to turn in to Roadbuster(cause it's a travesty as Brawn IMO). Maybe I can find a RB head on shapeways or some place similar in the near future if not already. 
Boneclaw
2013-01-22
5:29 pm

I'm also with Superconductor. I'm not sure yet if this fits well with the Prime line. Imo, his head looks great but it looks a little too small for his body. The idea of using Bulkhead's body is a good idea. Problem is, I think they used the wrong version. I would like to see his head o... read more 
AnimatedPlastic
2013-01-21
6:02 pm

I actually think that Brawn could work for this mold, but it was executed with Hasbro tenure of fail. If the head had been larger and there was some better color schemes I think it would have been a really good homage. Looks like they went with the FE version of him. I bet this guy will be hard to f... read more 
Fatherdeth
2013-01-20
1:55 pm

As Puma stated, the only reason I'll be getting him is for the Asian writing on the box. He will stay in the packaging and be in my unopened display. The figure however is really lame looking. I have nothing against the Bulkhead toy, but to try and pass this off as Brawn......really? 
MikePrime
2013-01-20
8:09 am

Poor Brawn. Did he learn nothing from Beetlejuice? 
Superconductor
2013-01-20
5:31 am

Nice head - totally at odds with the TF:Prime aesthetic 
puma
2013-01-20
12:11 am

i still want it. That box art is the US version with the Chinese writing.... I hope he comes out. 
SuperSaiyanGoku
2013-01-19
11:31 pm

Well that's just prime. Now that I get a better look at him, I don't like what I see. 
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