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Official Wave 1 Transformers Mighty Muggs Images
bwbm - Monday, November 10, 2008

We have just received official images of the first wave of Transformers Universe Mighty Muggs figures.

Wave 1 will include Bumblebee, Megatron, Optimus Prime, and Soundwave.

Take a look at these little guys below.

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3:35 am

The series needs a Starscream so i can collect it. Without an Prime and a Starscream, no go. 
7:55 pm

True, but MM Soundwave is too BIG for RH Optimus Prime/Megatron.  
7:31 pm

Yeah... he's way too small. Way, way too small. 
7:13 pm

All i know is Bumblebee is crap! His box art looks tons better then the actual image of the toy. I HATE his horns, he would have looked better if they left those out, and gave prime his ears instead. And hopefully they will look better then Bumblebee's do now. Im betting they will RE-release... read more 
duke togo
7:02 pm

These really don't work with the base motif. People work okay since they are inherently rounded and organic, robots are in general rectangular and sharp angles. If they want to continue this line they need to change the fundamental design of the body shape, make it cubic instead of spherical, ... read more 
Lord Madhammer
5:53 pm

Hmm. I think Bumblebee works the best of all of them, because his head is already sort of round-ish to begin with. I like the graphic art look and all, but I'm not sold on Transformers as a good choice for this chubby baby mold. 
I'm Batman
3:44 pm

These are an easy pass for me. They kinda creep me out. 
Liege Evilmus
2:16 pm

I don't realy care for these, but BB is speaking to me  
1:18 pm

I picked up Mighty Mugg StarWars Clone Wars Captain Rex to see the quality and size as a test run before the Transformer ones come out. The price is the same as a deluex $10.99 (depending on the store) The hands held the blasters a little loosely but nothing double sided tape cant fix. They ar... read more 
9:30 am

The Mighty Muggs themselves don't interest me at all - but I love the blurb on the front: "Made from 100% recycled Awesome!" 
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