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Video Review Fansproject Function X-1 C.O.D.E. Toys For Tots Drive Action Figure

By cakedup on Saturday, January 19, 2013



The surprise figure for the Toys For Tots drive by Fansproject and several retailers is none other than an awesome homage to Chromedome. The Headmaster gimmick was never my cup of tea, and the posability is a little off for unknown reasons, but otherwise this is overall a good toy for the price.
Watch the video review for Fansproject Function X-1 C.O.D.E. Toys For Tots Drive action figure below.

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cakedup
2013-01-23
2:08 am

I am very interested in the TW model myself, but their decision to cut off Capturedprey.com even though that site got them a lot of business with Hegemon really bothers me. Personally though, Hardhead should be bigger than Chromedome since he is a tank. I also want the Savant kit from HeadRobots.... read more 
puma
2013-01-19
6:11 pm

i dug it. thats why i'm hoping FP will do a Hardhead. still not convinced i wasnt to grab the Toyworld version. 
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