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Legends and Cyberverse

PostPosted: Thu Nov 22, 2012 11:02 am
by ironrod prime
if i remember correctly didnt the legends figure start before takara started the ez sub line

Re: New pics of Silas Breakdown, Nemesis Prime, and Smokescr

PostPosted: Thu Nov 22, 2012 4:49 pm
by CYLON (13)
Sabrblade wrote:
CYLON (13) wrote:Holy...!
I need those EZ sets! They're so cool! 'Specially the 'Con one! How much should one in the 'States expect to pay for one of those? Nevermind, checked the source the link...about $40.

Must get one! They start shipping in a few days! Oh, I don't think I have the funds! Scrap... :lol:
They're so cool, they remind of the original Go-Bots. :D
Good thing Hasbro made the Cyberverse versions. ;)


Aren't the Cyberverse figures, the ones that are referred to as "Powerizers"?

ironrod prime wrote:if i remember correctly didnt the legends figure start before takara started the ez sub line


I dunno. There weren't any figures released in that line for the Prime show were there?
I know there's a G1 Starscream and one of the other Seekers from his "team" or "brigade"...don't know how to say that. :lol:
I know 'cause I was going to get good ol' 'Screamer...until his little friend was released in Japan. The price for that little bugger went up, like, $20 or $30! I was all, "no way!". :lol:

True story. :mrgreen:

Re: New pics of Silas Breakdown, Nemesis Prime, and Smokescr

PostPosted: Thu Nov 22, 2012 5:04 pm
by Sabrblade
THESE are the Cyberverse figures:

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Re: New pics of Silas Breakdown, Nemesis Prime, and Smokescr

PostPosted: Thu Nov 22, 2012 5:15 pm
by ironrod prime
no legend figures (now called legion figures under the cyberverse subline) have been around since the cybertron toy line where as i remember the ez subline poping up around the time of rotf i remember because the very first figure they did was the rotf devistator combining set

Re: New pics of Silas Breakdown, Nemesis Prime, and Smokescr

PostPosted: Thu Nov 22, 2012 5:24 pm
by Sabrblade
ironrod prime wrote:no legend figures (now called legion figures under the cyberverse subline) have been around since the cybertron toy line where as i remember the ez subline poping up around the time of rotf i remember because the very first figure they did was the rotf devistator combining set
Movie 1, Animated, Universe (2008), ROTF, and the 2010/RtS toylines all had Legends class figures.

EZ Collection is the catch all term for Legends and Cyberverse in Japan (except for the DOTM ones which they still called "Cyberverse" there too).

Re: New pics of Silas Breakdown, Nemesis Prime, and Smokescr

PostPosted: Thu Nov 22, 2012 5:45 pm
by CYLON (13)
Ok, hold on; these figures you fellas speak of are mini-figures like the EZ ones? The EZ ones are mini-figures, right?

Re: New pics of Silas Breakdown, Nemesis Prime, and Smokescr

PostPosted: Thu Nov 22, 2012 5:48 pm
by Sabrblade
CYLON (13) wrote:Ok, hold on; these figures you fellas speak of are mini-figures like the EZ ones? The EZ ones are mini-figures, right?
EZ Collection = the Japanese equivalent of the Legends and Cyberverse toys.

Re: New pics of Silas Breakdown, Nemesis Prime, and Smokescr

PostPosted: Thu Nov 22, 2012 6:27 pm
by CYLON (13)
Cool, thanks!
Hrm...
Having some trouble finding 'em on the 'Zon (Amazon) and the 'Bay (ebay)... :(
They have Ratchet, which is cool...
Were these released in a boxed collection in the 'States?

Any idea what other 'sites would have 'em?

I must have 'em! :D

[EDIT:] It might be cheaper to get the Japanese counterparts...
Still, it'd be cool to search for the American versions. Little help?

Re: New pics of Silas Breakdown, Nemesis Prime, and Smokescr

PostPosted: Thu Nov 22, 2012 6:45 pm
by Sabrblade
Just go to a Target/Wal-Mart/Kmart/Toys 'R' Us. They've been sitting on the shelves for ages.

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Re: New pics of Silas Breakdown, Nemesis Prime, and Smokescr

PostPosted: Thu Nov 22, 2012 6:55 pm
by CYLON (13)
Ha! Ok, cool.
:oops: Don't drive, I only go out when I absolutely have to! :lol:
I'm going to check out the 'site of the stores you mentioned, though. Thanks. I've gotten so use to the 'sites I normally purchase things from that I've forgotten about the good ol' stores of yester-year. :P

$40 for a set, though? That sounds like the better deal...although, I honestly don't have the room for all of 'em. Still, not a bad deal! :)