Impossible Toys Reveal Legends Style Not G1 Bumblejumper, Glyph, More - Closing Update

Impossible toys have released some new images that reveal their last project. Seems they have Legends size Bumblebee, Cliffjumper, a Yellow Cliffjumper, Bumper, Glyph, Goldbug, Tap-Out and Wasp in the works. There is also someone who looks like Bumblebee but colored like Rosanna??? They have also posted a follow up to their announcement about closing down at the end of the year.
Thanks to all for the emails showing your support it is appreciated. Also we were made aware of the comments made on certain sites positive and not so positive. We are sorry we could not go in the direction some of you wanted but we tried our best to stay true to what we like, Did we make mistakes yes but we started out just trying to make things as fans we like and thought other fans might also like some obscure characters that would never be made, Making toys is not as easy as some might think and us being the first 3rd party company to make a entire new figure we were bound to make mistakes along the way, But its good other groups can learn from our mistakes on what fans want. Our products are made to tie in with G1 collections and when making them we wanted fans to put our toys on a G1 display and have them fit well, Todays toys look very different and that is the direction other groups take but we wanted to stay true to G1. To answer your questions on the Tetra Squadron toys head and legs is simple. The toys were already made before we announced them, The legs we could not make longer because it would not allow the toy to transform correct and allow for stability in robot form. Also we added picture below of our last releases that we will try our best to release, I am sure you can tell who the toys are. Also we will try to fill the preorders on the Tetra Squadron and Allicon toys that have been placed prior to the next few weeks with what stock there will be left. We will do our best to continue reply to all of your emails as fast as we can.
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How do you like the Impossible Toys Not G1 Bumblejumper Figures?
5 - Great
4
3 - Okay
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1 - Terrible
0 - Do Not Care



Votes: 69

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AnimatedPlastic - 2013-07-08 @ 5:03 pm

I think it was the poor quality of some of their most anticipated figures that killed fans interest in their figures. I know a lot of people that bought their Arcee version felt burned due to the quality and price. I think they had the desire, but they just couldn't release the quality it takes to compete. I think the Tetrajets were good, but that headsculpt was the kiss of death for them. They had a lot of potential.....just didn't ever reach it.

Scaleface - 2013-07-08 @ 9:44 am

UPDATE:

Impossible Toys added this:

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Thanks to all for the emails showing your support it is appreciated. Also we were made aware of the comments made on certain sites positive and not so positive. We are sorry we could not go in the direction some of you wanted but we tried our best to stay true to what we like, Did we make mistakes yes but we started out just trying to make things as fans we like and thought other fans might also like some obscure characters that would never be made, Making toys is not as easy as some might think and us being the first 3rd party company to make a entire new figure we were bound to make mistakes along the way, But its good other groups can learn from our mistakes on what fans want. Our products are made to tie in with G1 collections and when making them we wanted fans to put our toys on a G1 display and have them fit well, Todays toys look very different and that is the direction other groups take but we wanted to stay true to G1. To answer your questions on the Tetra Squadron toys head and legs is simple. The toys were already made before we announced them, The legs we could not make longer because it would not allow the toy to transform correct and allow for stability in robot form. Also we added picture below of our last releases that we will try our best to release, I am sure you can tell who the toys are. Also we will try to fill the preorders on the Tetra Squadron and Allicon toys that have been placed prior to the next few weeks with what stock there will be left. We will do our best to continue reply to all of your emails as fast as we can.

Seems they have Legends size Bumblebee, Cliffjumper, a Yellow Cliffjumper, Bumper, Glyph, Goldbug, Tap-Out and Wasp in the works. There is also someone who looks like Bumblebee but colored like Rosanna???

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Fatherdeth - 2013-07-08 @ 4:48 am

From a marketing point, third party retailers aren't trying to get rich fast. It takes research and development to get these products out. Most of them get an A+ for effort. Some of the companies were doing good and then they all seemed to slow down. Here's the only third party toys I have. Quintessen Judge, Knight Morpher Commander, Spray, UFO, Minions Rumble and Frenzy, and I have Perfect Effect's Aranea pre-ordered. All of these that I named, I had interest in. With all the masterpieces and generations coming out, that's where my money is going. I like third party when Hasbro doesn't have their head in the game.

UltraConvoy - 2013-07-07 @ 11:50 pm

So sad:(

MikePrime - 2013-07-07 @ 11:48 pm

Impossible Toys always seemed to be on the fringe anyway. I like the Alicon and have it on pre-order, but those Tertrajets looked bad. I don't know if they changed the heads on them, but I'm not interested enough to buy them. I wonder how long it'll be before collectors have had enough of 3rd party companies? Will we finally just give up from figurative exhaustion, especially when it comes to the price of a lot of 3rd party toys?

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