SDCC 2012 - Official Images of KRE-O Kreon Micro Changers Combiners; Plus Showroom Display of Sets
Peter Van - Friday, July 13, 2012
Hasbro has just pushed out some official images of Transformers KRE-O Kreon Micro Changers Combiners Superion, Devastator, Bruticus, and Predicus (we know) showing off all of the figures within each team with stunning clarity.
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The fact that the combiners are incomplete, with the fifth member available in the blind-packed series, eliminates the chance that I would be tempted by these Kreons.
I really like the idea of the gestalts...I just don't understand the rationale of having only 4 members & ending up with one arm, while the other's practically skin-n-bones.
I really like the few Kreons I have, and the other day when these were announced I was going nuts for them.
But then I started thinking how much these could be compared to the Robot Heroes line. Not like they are anything alike toy wise, but what if Kreons abruptly end like the Robot Heroes line d... read more
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