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Here's what Prime Dreadwing and Ironhide look like

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Re: Here's what Prime Dreadwing and Ironhide look like

Postby Wing Saber » Mon Feb 27, 2012 7:11 pm

ironrod prime wrote: had a viser/one eye the toy has two eyes

My answer:
ironrod prime wrote:will have a few more tweeks/aditions and such

ironrod prime wrote:the actual figures will likley be more show acurate
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Re: Here's what Prime Dreadwing and Ironhide look like

Postby ironrod prime » Mon Feb 27, 2012 7:55 pm

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the heads and facial features are typicaly the same

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Re: Here's what Prime Dreadwing and Ironhide look like

Postby Wing Saber » Mon Feb 27, 2012 10:04 pm

ironrod prime wrote:Image

the heads and facial features are typicaly the same

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Ironhide had already been established. The shanges, IE two eyes, might have been added AFTER the Cyberverse figure was created

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Re: Here's what Prime Dreadwing and Ironhide look like

Postby Sabrblade » Mon Feb 27, 2012 11:36 pm

Wing Saber, that bot seen in that ad is the exact same thing as the "Insecticon" (as I'm calling it) seen at the end of "Orion Pax, Part 2" and in the promo for "Orion Pax Part 3".

Dreadwing is a redeco of Skyquake's CG model. If it doesn't look anything like a Skyquake redeco (which it doesn't), then it's not Dreadwing.
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Re: Here's what Prime Dreadwing and Ironhide look like

Postby Tacticon » Sat Mar 03, 2012 2:07 am

Finally, an Ironhide that looked similar to G1 Toons. :-) Deluxe.. Voyager in the futre???

Dreadwing, definitely a must have for me too.. if it came Deluxe...
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Re: Here's what Prime Dreadwing and Ironhide look like

Postby Sabrblade » Sat Mar 03, 2012 2:18 am

Tacticon wrote:Finally, an Ironhide that looked similar to G1 Toons. :-) Deluxe.. Voyager in the futre???
There's a Deluxe coming.

Tacticon wrote:Dreadwing, definitely a must have for me too.. if it came Deluxe...
Wait for the inevitable Voyager. ;)
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