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- Oct 12, 2003
I assume that unicron is for the big time spenders I admit it looks highly detailed but that priceThanks, all. It was hard waiting for all the pieces to be released, delivered, assembled, etc., but it was worth it. I'm terrified by what may be shown at SDCC now...
Unrelated to my display but very much related to this thread, a 27" tall robot mode, 30" diameter planet mode Unicron is being funded through HasLabs.
Told the wife about it. She says '2021 eh? Save a buck a day and you can get it then.'I assume that unicron is for the big time spenders I admit it looks highly detailed but that price
Told the wife about it. She says '2021 eh? Save a buck a day and you can get it then.'
I really want one though. I wonder if he's gonna be bigger than the new Metroplex from a few years ago.
That's pretty sweet, especially the dragon uppercut energy effect! I'd be VERY surprised if they didn't do Fuuma too, given that all they'd need to do is sculpt different hair and recolor him and his accessories (which is probably one of their reasons for choosing to do Hanzo to begin with).
If they start making the other characters like Janne, Rasputin, Mudman, Brocken, etc., I might get sucked into this. Way more tempting than yet another version of Kyo/Iori/Terry/Mai.
This is their first time doing this, so it's all Undiscovered Country. You will be able to tell the next guy, when whatever they do after Unicron (assuming this meets its goals and pays off for Hasbro) gets announced.OK so fine, make fun of me if you want, but I've basically just talked my wife into letting me pre-order BigAss Unicron and I'm wanting to drop the coin but Im worried. Now, the only crowdfunding experience I have is like when I donate to family/friends that were victims of disaster, and one time I dropped $10 for a band to help them record a CD and they never did, and I never got shit out of it, not even my $10.
But that was $10, and $575 concerns me. Going by the site, it says "IF 8000 backers are met by 11.59 on 8/31/19, your payment method will be charged."
But what if it *doesn't* go into production? Or what if it does, and then "early 2021" ends up being "late 2040?" Does anyone know if these things do refunds, or order cancellations?
Interesting Snake-Eyes design. Anorexic arms and real pants! They handled the mask in an original way. But I can't imagine anyone looking at that without being told who it is and not thinking it's supposed to be a Metal Gear Solid character.