Betsuni wrote: »
Somehow I thought that was their signature pose... with all of theirs. Which is why I sort of wrote them off of my radar.
Delzhand wrote: »
Anyone else ever think about how frustrating a valkyrie would be for a mechanic or aerospace technician? Like, imagine finding out that, like, the capacitor bank you need to replace is unreachable in gerwalk mode, which is where the unit you're working on got stuck. I imagine r/justrolledintotheshop would have a field day with these.
Ringo wrote: »
Well except what see317 said. That guy's always wrong.
Delzhand wrote: »
Siege Optimus is really a marvel of engineering. For as many panels as there are, they all fit together perfectly, which is something that even Generations Springer can't boast. I thought I'd hate the backpack and forearms flaps, but they're no big deal at all. The proportions are perfect and both modes are nearly flawless.
I wish I liked the headsculpt on Siege Megatron. The toys always lean into the G1 look with the really angular, slanty, kinda gaunt face with the exposed black triangles on his forehead and his "helmet" kinda... pushed back, I guess? I prefer the MTMTE look where there's kind of a downward peak to it. So I set up Prime next to Titans Return Megs, which doesn't look perfect but is still the best Megatron I have.
WingedWeasel wrote: »
i think that optimus is one of the better looking ones in recent memory. i audibly said wow when i picked it up, but the forearms and backpack bug me. i may pick him up and see if there is a way to remove them and he is jsut non-transforming.
spacekungfuman wrote: »
If a movement doesn't have someone that can sit down opposite those in a position of power and strike a deal, how can that movement achieve success?