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Decepticon Targetmasters

Posted by:
Perceptor at 2009-02-14 2:13 pm   (site update)
This year, Unicron.com's own "Byrerprime" will soon be providing us with a full report from New York City & ToyFair 2009!

As we wait for the news to start rolling in, I thought it would be a good time to unveil a set of 3 new character pages.  NEEDLENOSE, QUAKE and SPINISTER, the second series Decepticon (dual) Targetmasters are now available in the 1988 Section.

Enjoy, and STAY TUNED!

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Sabrblade said,  - 2009-02-14 15:01:26
Yes! So he's the one who was able to go. I sure hope he gives us as full and thorough a report as he possibly can.

As for these guys, They look alright for non-show characters.

There seems to be an error on Needlenose's page. At the bottom, it says that "Zigzag" was the japanese name of the Armada Mini-Con Buzzsaw. But his Japanese name is really "Wheel". "Zigzag" was the japanese name of a redeco of Buzzsaw from the Galaxy Force toyline. And that team was given U.S. names via the TF Fan Club (but I don't really care for their act of renaming Microns who have little to no point to the story).
Jumpercliff said,  - 2009-02-14 15:50:09
Now THESE guys and their Autobot counterparts I'd love to see get the Universe Treatment.
Sidewinder said,  - 2009-02-15 08:05:32
Very nice, these guys bring back memories. Well done guys.
Overhaul said,  - 2009-02-16 15:50:07
I don't remember these guys...
Now I admit, by today's standards G1 figures were a bit crude, but the Target Master partners for these figures just seem so cheap, even compared to the previously released ones.
It seemed that Hasbro was getting lazier in those days (Action Masters anybody???).
Bass X0 said,  - 2009-03-02 03:05:49
Look at the vehicles for Optimus Prime, Megatron and Gutcruncher then try to say that Hasbro got lazy with Action Masters.
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