Unofficial Pope of Devconism
I love this toy line and I put a lot of time into making a video on it.
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I didn't catch the Titans Return reveal but I do remember in Power of the Primes how I spent a solid 5-10 minutes trying to determine if Jazz could combine or not.I'll repeat what I said before the hack.
It's always an exciting day when whatever convention unveils the first wave of the new line, and we get to analyze analyze every photo of the display case for everything we can learn. Sometimes a closeup of one toy gives you a precious glimpse of an otherwise unseen angle of another toy in the background. You know how that day goes.
Siege wave 1 might be the most exciting one for me in recent memory, because it seemed like such a gigantic leap forward. Everyone has ankle tilts, all the limbs look solid, and if I look closely I swear it looks like Ultra Magnus has an inner robot. That was a day.
To the point of the thread, our first good look at Titans Return can't be less than second place. Everything looked like so much fun. It looked like the most stuff to do in one box since Armada with its Minicon partners. And it all looked a little different. It was a huge breath of fresh air after Combiner Wars had gotten so samey.
So... you play with them in your display.Such a great line with so many outstanding toys. Although we got a new Blurr in the SS86 line, LG Blurr remains my favorite modern version. He and Chromedome have never left my display, and they still get played with almost weekly.