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Unique Toys Warlord Beasticon First Look at Not Razorclaw and Figure Scale Comparison Image
Jack - Sunday, December 16, 2012


Unique Toys have just released a new images for their War Lord Beasticon combiner that pays homage to the G1 Predaking character with an ultimate makeover. Here we finally get to see some perspective on these toys with an image that shows the War Hawk figure and NOT Razorclaw will be a bit smaller than the Hercules Structor figure. So these figures will be roughly the same scale as the other Ultimate combiners Hercules and Uranos to name a couple. Check out the scale comparison image after the jump


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Scaleface
2013-12-09
1:22 pm

Unique Toys Sharpclaw box images:  
Scaleface
2013-11-22
3:07 pm

Sharp Claw final images:   
Tripredacus
2012-12-17
4:08 pm

Yes the robot looks fine, but the animal head looks a little big. (link) 
puma
2012-12-16
10:16 pm

yea, i don't know about that Razorclaw. looks like Predaking's torso with mini arms. 
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