Perfect Effect PE-DX01 RC 3 Image Gallery Showcases Arcee Homage Designs - Pre-Orders Now Open
Jack Q - Friday, January 20, 2012
Thanks to the third party maker Perfect Effect who are releasing the PE-DX01 RC 3 action figure we have many new looks at the the homage to G1 Arcee.
This one is likely to be one of the most exciting depictions of this character we have yet to see. Look for the two versions of this figure, Regular and Battle Versions, to be out in March for about $75 USD.
Get a look at the RC 3 figure in robot and alternate modes, design sketches and looks at the prototype figure compared with other deluxe class toys below.
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Usually I cant wait for something to come out. But when the price is like this I'm disappointed that it's an April due date. It's not a good time of the year for me to be spending so much extra on non-essentials. And tax refund is already spoken for.
I'm pre ordering this along with Hegemon on the first
I am surprised by the price. This could be my first ever non-KO KO but I'll have to save up for it.
i think she looks great.....will definitely be picking this up.....leave to PE to make a great arcee...
Warbot Defender had die cast and it was really well done. I hope PE can do good with this.
nice. I could be into this.
Love their design, but I'm not too thrilled about the addition of die-cast.
BEYOND great looking. Leave it to Perfect Effect. I love the scale, I love that 3.75" figures can ride her, I love the weapons she comes with and I love the alt mode. Wasnt too keen that she was going to be a motorcycle but who cares now? She looks stunning. They've sold me one, bottom line... read more
I'm buying both versions. This is the best 3rd Party Arcee to date!
Yikes! I see that there are other characters in the artwork (which looks really nice btw) such as Bludgeon. Although initially I thought it may have been those Unicron's followers guys from the Marvel G1 comics.
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