Yes, you read that right. I’ve finally splurged a massive amount of cash and joined the ranks of advance video reviewers such as Peaugh and Genzao! I am super excited to bring you this, as not only is Transformers Generations Blurr a highly anticipated must have, he is THE must have figure of the generations line! He totally blows Drift out of the rice paddy!
And, as an added bonus: THIS IS A WORLD PREMIER EXCLUSIVE NEVER BEFORE SEEN REVIEW.
That’s right, it may have cost me enough to army build with MP Grimlock, but I got ahold of Generations Blurr before he ever even hit Ebay. Many thanks to my buddy overseas! I hope you enjoy the Vespa!
Please, bear in mind that this is not a proto, and it’s plastered with NOT FOR SALE and a glop of paint across the hood, but I’ve been told this was from the step before it went to factory and even with the flaws he’s super cool.
Yeah yeah. So lets get on with it and get to what you came for!
Transformers Generations Blurr Alt Mode
This is probably the worst part of the figure. As you can see, it’s almost identical to Generations Drift, but with a super cool spike on the back in place of a spoiler (ala g1 and animated Blurr), so the alt mode itself is good.
But this is the only mode where the NOT FOR SALE is completely obvious, and that melted wax looking paint glop on the hood just looks terrible.
But as I’ve said before, I don’t collect cars. And eventually when he hits retail I’ll just sell the proto off on ebay. I think Seibertron buys stuff like that.
Moving on! Next up in my Generations Blurr Gallery!
Generations Blurr Robot Mode!
Sooooo cool. I really dig how he’s rockin the cornflower blue and emo black, cause Blurr is hard like that and he can pull it off.
He’s a total gunslinger, and the shoulders remind me of a poncho.
The MASSIVE BFG BACK CANNON looks like a rifle out of Evangelion. Or maybe I just haven’t seen it in a while.
If you look close on the pistols, he’s got little autobot logos.
And probably what will be a favorite part of this Generations Blurr Review….
(Say it like Thew from youtube.)
THE LIGHT PIPING!
Drift kind of reminded me of Springer, but Blurr’s practically a spitting image of his spotlight appearance.
The feet are kind of clunky, but just like Drift they don’t bother the articulation much.
Transformers Generations Blurr Gallery – Articulated!
With animated Blurr.
With Armada Hotshot.
And lets not forget the running pose!
He is NOT touching anything, even though it looks like that brick is kind of close.
Well, that’s it for the review! I’ve hosted the gallery on photobucket cause of all the bandwidth this is likely to take up. In support of TFINO.COM, I am only posting it as news there. If you enjoyed the review, leave a comment!
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