Unique Toys Beasticons War Lord UT-W01 War Hawk Pre-Orders Open for NOT Divebomb Character Toy
Jack - Sunday, December 16, 2012
BBTS have posted a pre-order for the first of the War Lords Beasticons action figures from third party makers Unique Toys. The NOT Divebomb character that is being called War Lord UT-W01 - War Hawk figure. This guy makes up the left combiner arm, as well has having his own highly detailed robot and alternate beast eagle mode. Check out the new images below for more details on the figures. BBTS has just listed these for pre-order to ship next month for about $95 USD at bigbadtoystore.com.
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yes that was. i think i'm going with MMC's but i want to wait for more pictures of colored figures and combiner modes. I havent even started picking up Uranos figures yet! Still waiting for final colors and pics. Scale pictures too.
Just like how TFC's Uranos team isn't using the same exact vehicle forms, G1 Silverbolt wasn't a Blackbird. As for which Predaking, I'm going for MMC's Ferocicons, love how these guys are turning out, and the image on facebook of Wreck-Gar riding Tantrum like a bucking Bronco wa... read more
I guess that's true, as long as the final product looks good. For example, FansProject isn't using the exact G1 alt-modes for their Stunticons, but they still look good.
i like the idea of G1 toys with articulation but i'll gladly also take reinterpretations of the G1 characters. it's fun! and keeps things interesting and far from boring.
So far, this one looks a lot cleaner than MMC's Not-Tantrum. It's basically the G1 toy with articulation, which is what I want, not some over-built interpretation of G1 characters. I do wish it came with a gun though.
just saw pics of this guy and he's shorter than Hercules Structor. Their Razorclaw is about as tall as Structor though. So this set may be shorter that Hercules. Wonder how tall MMC's version will be.
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