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"Big things, small packages"
These guys are what I would consider in scale to be around legends from the current "Robots in Disguise" line. Or between that, and scout class of the Beast Wars era.
These little guys pack a big punch! Each one has an arsenal that I wish most bots would come with. Not just their signature weapons.
Their transform is relatively simple, as it should be.
Joints are nice and tight. Shoulder weapons are mounted on ball joints which is fantastic!
All three bots each have 3 rifles. One which resembles their signature blasters.
Prowl: Comes with a shield, that can be pegged onto the arm instead of the forearm cannons.
Smokescreen: Comes with Missile/Rocket/Mortar launchers for the ankles.
Each bot has peg holes under each forearm, where you can mount a rifle. Which on these little warriors actually looks pretty boss!
I would highly recommend these guys!
"Excellent Trio of the Datsun Brothers"
While Dreamweave's art in their comics was not my favorite or the most popular, I was very taken with their War Within series. DW was also the first comic series that was not tied to products on the shelf. The titanium series of toys arose later, but largely were disappointing.
Iron Factory steps with awesome molds of WW Prowl, Bluestreak, and Smokescreen. As usual paint apps and quality are high like all Iron Factory products. They come with a wider and more specific array of accessories than the earlier ones, as opposed to a huge arsenal. But they could still be used by other figures.
They have two different looks, brought about by using different pieces to transform them. They're slightly partsfomery, but it doesn't bother me.
They're legends scale, along with the rest of their line, which makes them great to interact with Generations Metroplex.
"Great trio of figures"
Picked these guys up for my desk at work, and I loved how much they paired up in scale with my combiners I had to put them in my display case.
Vehicle: They bulk up nicely and strip down to a fast looking vehicle. The transformation is pretty simple. Weapons and armor stack on nicely.
Robot: It also bulks up nicely here. The add ons for armor and weapons look good on this. Shield attaches a little odd.
A mint box generally has no noticeable flaws. This doesn't mean it is a C10 box, but that it doesn't have any significant damage to the box. It still may have wear to the window, and a small amount of wear to the box that is noticeable upon close inspection.
A C9 box is still considered very displayable and may have a kink, ding, minor fray to an edge, etc. The box is still case fresh and unopened with factory sealed tape on both sides.
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