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Video Review of Transformers Revenge of the Fallen Constructicon Power Shovel
deathknell - Wednesday, February 04, 2009


Thanks to YouTube reviewer Peugh's friend Mike has posted a video review of the Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Power Shovel action figure.

This is the toy for the robot that was seen in the Super Bowl Sunday spot that showed the Constructicon whopping on the military and Optimus Prime. Check out the insider's detail on this strange but curious action figure now by clicking the Read More.



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BLACKOUT34
2009-02-05
11:46 pm

I really do hope they are making these toys half assed so they can combine, otherwise complete and utter  
Kremzek215
2009-02-05
11:17 pm

Gizmo Duck called....He want's his wheel back! (link) 
Fatherdeth
2009-02-05
7:22 pm

Thanks. This is just what I needed to read. When I first saw the trailer, I was highly annoyed at the unicycle guy. Now, you have actually made some good points that make perfect sense. 
skullfire
2009-02-05
6:43 pm

I think what will happen is that we will get an amazing Devistator made with well done construction vehicles while the bot modes of each vehicle are the only aspects of the toy that will suffer. I think we will get deluxe class size versions of the contructicons that will transform into cool looking... read more 
Liege Evilmus
2009-02-05
6:36 pm

Scavenger'd [url=" (link) (sorry man, couldn't help it) 
TomPrime
2009-02-05
6:31 pm

I agree, I'm not to keen on wheel arms either. But maybe it looks better if you leave the caterpillar parts as is and don't form the wheels. I'd really like to see this guy standing on his shovel feet. Could imagine his cycle mode is just the upper body of devastator, maybe on his way ... read more 
Liege Evilmus
2009-02-05
6:18 pm

Nightbeat'd [url=" (link) Wheel arms suck. 
Fatherdeth
2009-02-05
5:55 pm

WOW dude !!! I couldn't stop laughing at your post !!! Hilarious and true at the same time. 
Bumblebee
2009-02-05
5:45 pm

Has it actually been confirmed that this is a just a limb?? If "Devestator" is the big dude at the end of the trailer that Prime jumps on...this guy looks pretty much dead on. 
Primal-Convoy
2009-02-05
5:34 pm

1/ The vehicle mode cannot move (no wheels) 2/ The bot mode cannot stand up unaided 3/ FAIL I'm sure there is a much more superior fan mode for this utter turd of a toy, even though Haz-blow is offering a mediocre toyin the hope we will "buy it anyway to form a limb". Quantity over ... read more 
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