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Thread: Gobots finally making a return?

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifand View Post
    What happened to the initial masterpiece gobots?
    I was keen on that.
    I think people assumed these were MP equivalents because of the level of detail and articulation.

    I suppose they still are because they're about the same size as MP Bumblebee.

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    There looks to be at least a little parts forming but the quality looks good. I'm glad something new and fresh is coming out more than anything!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kurdt_the_goat View Post
    There looks to be at least a little parts forming but the quality looks good. I'm glad something new and fresh is coming out more than anything!
    I would be nice to have highly articulated transforming robot toys that are under $80 again, assuming they are under $80, here's hoping.

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    The eagle robo looks very different from what I thought it was but anyway is okay, good for people who want these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MEEEGGGAAATTTRRROOONNN!!! View Post
    You and everyone else!

    Some dude posted this on the Machine Robo page, but didn't say anything else, can anybody read it?:
    No relations, just article about disabled guy started his own biz selling vintage toys

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    Quote Originally Posted by aching878 View Post
    No relations, just article about disabled guy started his own biz selling vintage toys
    Cheers! Looks like he just spammed the page then, as the post is also gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MEEEGGGAAATTTRRROOONNN!!! View Post
    must resist ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MEEEGGGAAATTTRRROOONNN!!! View Post
    Great deal I must say but Cy-Kill doesn't look right.
    It's that face, makes him look too... chibi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkHyren View Post
    Great deal I must say but Cy-Kill doesn't look right.
    It's that face, makes him look too... chibi.
    Yeah, the mouth and eyes are a little too dainty and child-like -- if they made it more like the toy, it would certainly look better:


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