Transformers Hasbro G1 Commemorative Series Decepticon Piranacon (Seacons)

Posted: Tuesday, July 20, 2010 by Shaun in Labels: ,
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Being a G1 Trannies freak, I was quite delighted to score this toy today. I don't really care about comments on the paint accuracy by purists, cos for me, this is a cool toy to be appreciated and enjoyed. Hope to play around with it soon.

Transformers Hasbro G1 Commemorative Series Decepticon Piranacon (Seacons)


Transformers Hasbro G1 Commemorative Series Decepticon Piranacon (Seacons)

Transformers Hasbro G1 Commemorative Series Decepticon Piranacon (Seacons)

Transformers Hasbro G1 Commemorative Series Decepticon Piranacon (Seacons)

Transformers Hasbro G1 Commemorative Series Decepticon Piranacon (Seacons)

Transformers Hasbro G1 Commemorative Series Decepticon Piranacon (Seacons)

Transformers Hasbro G1 Commemorative Series Decepticon Piranacon (Seacons)


4 comments:

  1. Leon says:

    Wasn't going to buy this actually, even though I'm a gestalt fan. But the way it's packaged has changed my mind. Thanks for posting!

  1. Shaun says:

    Worth a shot Leon, given your love for gestalts.

  1. Wow.. The decepticons are awesome! I can say that decepticons looks very cool than autobots. Anyway, thanks and keep them coming!

  1. Anonymous says:

    Haven't seen many complaints about this set. The reason I wonder is because the Takara Tomy's Encore Bruticus set that came out last year had lots of issues with the mold degrading. It was almost knockoff quality product being sold legit by a big company like Takara. I think this was because it was recast so many times in various lines in the past decade and the original tooling was starting to wear out.

    The Seacons also were reissued by Hasbro through their US Transformers Club a few years back and before that for Beast Wars 2 as God Neptune. I guess since it was only reused twice there isn't much of an issue in terms of quality. Or Hasbro has its own unique tooling that is separate from Takaras for Piranacon.