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ToyGeek code: MS30-AMIE
This figure stands about 4 inches tall in robot mode and can transform into a sports car.
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Dr. Wu MS-30 Amie converts to space car!
Dr. Wu MS-30 Amie includes a handgun!
Dr. Wu MS-30 Amie is highly articulated!
5 out of 5 stars overall
January 23, 2023
I have my package at arrive on time I'm sorry I'm late it's just had to pick it up today it's very small it's almost like in car mode is like two fingers in it's like three fingers if you're a fan of Legends you will have a good time with it but if you're not a fan of legend these smaller robots then I don't know if it's going to be a buy for me it was I give it five stars and I say we get a chance by this
November 03, 2022
Be aware she WILL NOT scale with Dr Wu Prime Commander.
**If youâ€™re wondering about the bonus face like I was, itâ€™s for Masterpiece Arcee**
Amie is a wonderful and faithful Arcee analogue. Iâ€™m extra impressed with her double hinged elbows. Transformation is complex enough to justify her cost. Her posability is superb.
Her torso collapses well without the weird side gap, and her backpack is compact enough to be scaled correctly.
Sheâ€™s a good fit for the Legacy legends scale. Iâ€™m only disappointed she wasnâ€™t scaled to fit the titan class dudes.
October 04, 2022
Amie has a similar size vehicle mode to the old DX9 Leah with a slightly taller robot, but much more delicate proportions, and I like the face better, unfortunately like other recent 3p offerings, it seems to copy the Masterpiece Arcee's plunging white "collar" section around her head, which is just not cartoon accurate and places the "bust" a bit too low, not hideously so but it is noticeable. the "harness" section could perhaps use a few dabs of pink paint on the shiny metal hinges to make it stand out less, but again I am overall pleased. She still seems a bit too small in comparison to Mechanic studio's other 1986 movie-mimicking figures, but she goes better with them than any other, and the group altogether is the best legends scale movie autobot-alikes so far. I also appreciate the vehicle mode, which ends up being smooth with less seams than Newage's Maschinenmensch for example, and folds up into a wide but profile-wise very thin backpack.
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