First Looks FansProject Stunticons Menasor Combined Figure Prototype Images
Jack - Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Thanks to FullMetalHero who have posted a couple of new images that finally give us some idea what the FansProject's Intimidator Stunticons NOT Menasor Combiner will look like. The unpainted main body is pretty big and bulky, bit overall the sculpting and styling is much improved from the original with articulation arms, legs and hands! Also shown is the prototype for NOT Motor Master in white plastic. Check out the prototype images of the FansProject Intimidator Combiner and NOT Motor Master below for the full details.
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Wish I had the money for toys nowadays because that would be so purchased.
I'm now sold. Went & placed my preorder!
I think what happened with the Green Giant set is everyone got TFC Toys Hercules so the people who wanted a green Devy already had one and didn't have to wait until after the yellow version of Giant. Plus Hercules is just pure awsomeness.
That would be cool...since they did it with the Giant set I can see them maybe doing it on this one. Problem is, there is no way of knowing that until they announce it...and most people are likely going to preorder these in the first release and I doubt many people will buy a second set. I still se... read more
I'd go with this guy over Metroplex...but then again, I'm a CON collector, so that's that.
I wonder if Fansproject will do a gift set after all 5 are released. How cool would that be if all 5 came in a big box like they did in G1 for the Menasor Gift Set?
I second that (as I look at my user name). Robimus, the stunticon limb figures are deluxe sized while Motormaster is going to be roughly voyager sized. From what I've seen they look very well made. I wasn't going to make any big TF purchases until Metroplex, but this has definitely chang... read more
Normally I wouldn't either but the Stunticons have always been a weakness for me
Nice! Glad these are spaced out over sometime as I don't know how I could buy all of the stuff coming out all at once....FansProject appears to have delivered....once again!
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