Mastermind Creations R-42 D-Zef Toy Photography by IAMNOFIRE

IAMNOFIRE has posted his latest high resolution toy photography image gallery featuring the Mastermind Creations R-42 D-Zef. The very cool unofficial edition of the Breastforce warrior, Deathsaurus, has been a long time coming, and it sure was worth the wait. The details and colors are just fantastic, with features galore. This figure is scheduled to ship any day now. Check out the full gallery of images for the Mastermind Creations R-42 D-Zef for the full look.

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Joe Velez 2022-06-20 @ 5:39 am

Wow, that figure looks bad.

The proportions are horrible in both modes.

The forearms (without the kibble) are like twice the size of the thighs. They're also the same length.

The hands of all things are about the same size as the thighs. What!?

The ankles look terrible. They're disjointed from the leg and seem to only attach on the front of the shins.

The ankles and forearms are the same size overall as the waist and abdomen. Each lower leg is almost the size of the entire torso. The upper arms too.

The arms are too long. Or rather, the legs and torso are too short. In fact, the arms look longer than the legs.

The torso in general is small. Wait, the mega ultra chicken arms are stored in the robot chest? And the chest still managed to be that tiny?

The mega ultra chicken mode looks like it's wearing a diaper. 

The tail looks stubby. It's made from a separate piece that doesn't have to participate in the transformation or robot mode, it should've been so much better.

I'm glad I cancelled the preorder for this thing years ago when I realized it was going to take so long to come out. Because if I didn't then I sure as well would have when I first started seeing pictures of this thing. I stuck with Planet X Ismenios and while it has problems of its own, there nowhere near as bad as this thing. And it incorporates the tail into the transformation and it doesn't drag anything down because of it. Other than having the shield that is. I did want the shield. The proportions are better in both modes. It cleans up better in both modes except maybe the back possibly. The articulation looks better even if there's no ab crunch.

I was still looking forward to this even after all these years of it first being announced to try and steal some of Planet X's thunder. But seeing how it ended up makes me sad. What could have been. At least now I have some hope that the Transformers Haslab for this year might be Deathsaurus to go along with their Victory Saber. Who am I kidding? Hasbro doesn't have that kind of foresight. It'll probably be something like Big Powered or the Triple Combination Battlestar. Not that I'd mind even though I already have the Takara Dai Atlas set and Star Convoy but still. So I guess I'll just be sticking to my Ismenios, my CW version and my Reprolabel Beats Hunters Darksteel for all of my Deathsaurus needs..

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