perceptor wrote:What about TFA Blackout recolored as TFA.... Sandstorm? Springer? Whirl? Blades? ...
I think that, in addition to any existing unreleased characters, any existing unreleased molds would tick off the fanbase majority too, as not everyone can afford the BotCon stuff.
My guess is that these figures will be completely new guys (to the Animated line) using molds that have had a previosu general retail release (like how TransTech Cheetor and Dead End are new Animated guys using Blurr and Jazz molds).
Still though, they did say that this set would be Animated Stunticons, right? If that's the case, then we can only assume that this set will feature Animated versions of Motormaster, Drag Strip, Breakdown, and Wildrider in addition to Dead End. The only question remaining is... what molds will these four remaining bots be?
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