Review: War Within Prowl Titanium Figure

The War Within series continues with 2 more exclusive figures, this time being featured at Toys R Us. Our first review will be for Prowl, the Autobot strategist. Check out both his pre-Earth modes by reading the review here

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Agent Zero 2008-09-11 @ 10:56 pm
I think the only WWI Fig that actually worked was Optimus.

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pfx'd

The seeker mold was okay but definitely had no "wow" factor, especially as compared to the comic characters they were inspired by.

Cybertron/GF Starscream mould >>>>> Ti Seeker mould when it comes to the WWI Seeker look.

Whisky Tango Foxtrot 2008-09-11 @ 10:52 pm

This guy looks a lot like Psycho in vehicle mode.

Soundwinder 2008-09-11 @ 4:43 pm
If they sell its not like they wont get more. We'll see

AH HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA... heh.

deceptikhan 2008-09-11 @ 4:40 pm

I didnt realize there were out yet. I have a question though. Are they sturdy and 'click' into place. I read that the joints are tight dont get me wrong but is the alt mode tight?

I want Grimlock & Prowl hope they still have em when i get there. Also dont you think they will be lying around for a couple of months. If they sell its not like they wont get more. We'll see

Lord Madhammer 2008-09-11 @ 4:07 pm
I think the only WWI Fig that actually worked was Optimus.

Quoted for :truthy

pfx'd

The seeker mold was okay but definitely had no "wow" factor, especially as compared to the comic characters they were inspired by.

Cadogen 2008-09-11 @ 3:57 pm
It looks like there was a neat design involved at some point on this figure...

unfortunately it look like that design wasn't the one that made it to production stage.

I think the only WWI Fig that actually worked was Optimus.

The seekers worked out pretty well too (besides the big abscess in the back)

( . Y . ) 2008-09-11 @ 3:55 pm
I think the only WWI Fig that actually worked was Optimus.

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richb 2008-09-11 @ 3:46 pm

Got my Prowl and Grimlock today at TRU in Md. The conceit of this line all along is that the alt modes are serviceable while the 'bot modes are pretty awesome. All other titaniums (StarWars, Indiana Jones, mini transformers, etc.) are mere statues while this line gave us a stab at two modes. In that vein, if you're down with concept, dig War Within, like a little diecast, and have the previous WarWithin diecast offerings then I think these new exclusives are a real reason to celebrate! We pay $10-$20 easy for plastic TFs and the color pops on the titanium offerings are really great for the adult collector.

Hunter Rose 2008-09-11 @ 3:44 pm

It looks like there was a neat design involved at some point on this figure...

unfortunately it look like that design wasn't the one that made it to production stage.

I think the only WWI Fig that actually worked was Optimus.

Cadogen 2008-09-11 @ 2:12 pm
Also, in vehicle mode, the white chest pieces pull apart from the center black piece, which it looks like you missed in the picture. This spaces things out a bit which minimizes the gap between the hood and cockpit pieces.

I didn't like the look of the pulled out fenders, so I compacted them back in. It exposed the gap between the hood and the cockpit more.

onewaydown 2008-09-11 @ 1:54 pm

I'm not sure how limited a run these may have... one of my TRUs got 2 cases (8 of each). The other one closer to me hasn't got anything yet -- but they also didn't get Soundwave when he was out, so I wouldn't be suprized if I never see it there.

But Prowl's shoulders and arms are way too big. They make him look like he's got a tiny little head. It throws of the balance. That, and that huge gap in alt mode... like an unfinshed cockpit. Not that good - especially for $20. Grimlock, however, is full of win. He just needs ball-jointed shoulders (which could be an easy fix).

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