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Review - Beast Hunters Voyager Optimus Prime

By ExVee on Monday, February 18, 2013



I never bought either of the previous Prime Voyager Primes. Honestly, the design did little for me and the show even less to motivate me towards a purchase. But when I saw this toy for the first time, I knew I had to get it. Every once in a while, it's possible to look at stock photos of a toy, and have a moment of complete clarity where you understand everything about it. For me this was one of those occasions. Read the full review

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formerly nortagem
2013-02-28
5:23 pm

LOL!  
knuclear200x
2013-02-21
2:23 am

I know a bunch of fans who dubbed this toy as "Guiltar". He's Optimus Prime with Megatron's shoulders and somewhat menacing facial expression. I'm inclined to agree with how well that fits. 
Lord Atmo
2013-02-20
3:41 pm

i never saw OP as grandfatherly on the show either. this is looking like an "agree to disagree" situation methinks 
Transmitte
2013-02-19
6:17 pm

It's the new & improved Fat Assimus Prime.  
AnimatedPlastic
2013-02-19
6:02 pm

I picked this guy up as well. I don't like the headsculpt at all, but my reason for picking him up was that I think this makes a better UM than the one we got. I like the look of the Alt mode for some reason. The sword is the tipping point for me. 
ExVee
2013-02-19
4:51 pm

The chunky block thing is something I really like, though. It's just going to be sad when the show starts up, this body debuts, and Prime still acts like Your Tired Grandfather most of the time. 
Lord Atmo
2013-02-19
3:11 pm

i dunno about that. the FE Optimus is all hells of awesome. This guy is like....a chunky blocky thing. Though he's got great articulation and looks decent in both modes 
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