If it's based on the McFarlane toy, I'd rather pass.
Its made in Japan ..You don't have to worry about Mcfarlane's balls going up there.
Oh oh, Bandai, maker of the awesome looking metal Voltron toy I saw once at a toy store as a kid but never had money to buy because my dad said,"son, thats to expensive, have a G.I.Joe instead"! I'm glad I got the G.I.joe though, one each week to be exact. My dad kicked ass, I sure miss him.
I can't drive that...what's the point?
Or the right shape, upon closer examination. Too stubby, with not enough leg-room for the driver, the dash setup was wrong, and the seat, and the handlebars were designed wrong.Originally posted by jacon
what was wrong with that? well... besides not having the right stickers on it
It's fine until you compare it to the one in the comic or in the film. Then you realize that they really didn't do their homework, and that's just plain dumb in light of all the available imagery they had to work with.
bah...its still a cool toy.
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it looked cooler in the cartoon. I think it looks cheap and plasticy there.