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5 out of 5 stars overall
Sugar land, TX
February 09, 2020
He looks good, theres a lot of playability which makes him fun. However, theres also quite a bit of QC issues with the plastic, especially the red bits on the arms and the torso cannons. It's a good figure, but I think the price point is too high for the quality. Despite that, I'm not upset I bought it. Unfortunately I was expecting great and got mediocre.
Indian springs, OH
March 06, 2019
Great reissue reminds me of my original in all his glory
December 31, 2014
Locust fork, AL
February 20, 2014
I had balked at the price but in the end the want won out. I remember when Fort Max came out originally and I wanted him then.
Well worth the wait and worth the price. TFSource delivered a quality product and I will order more from them!
February 06, 2014
What a great figure! If you can afford him, you won't regret it. He's huge, heavy, and lots of fun. He's got a very solid feel to him, and there are all different kinds of little gimmicks to enjoy in his alt modes if you have some smaller micromaster or cyberverse figures. As an added bonus, he looks amazing with Perfect Effect's Warden figure (which you can buy on TFSource as well--and TOTALLY SHOULD). I was worried about the price tag at first, but it was worth every penny. EVERY. PENNY.
Also, big props to the TFSource's handling of my order for this guy. You guys rock. Thanks!
May 15, 2013
This piece is so awesome, he needs no introduction, but that was his intro line and needed to be said. The new Metroplex toy will be bigger but will not and could not be G1 maybe pre1. 1987 was his first appearence, Metroplex was not that size in 1986, and the names were superfluos interchangeable monikers they called Frenzy, Rumble and vice versa. We knew who was who as fans, these creator inferences weren't explained until way later on, 20 plus years really? Bob Budiansky came up with the premise and the bible but didn't have complete control over these things.
Everyone has seen the comic, cartoon, or anime versions so to start he is the Japanese anime version/iteration of the beloved toy. He has the Master sword both small and large present in the Japanese cartoon for Fortress and His transtector body Maximus when formed together in head formation. Also Grommet and Gasket are included. The Fortress Maximus head's eyes are tampoed making that the only true difference outside of the molding date and slight package variation. This isn't the original but I would never pay over a thousand bucks for anything opened save for LioKaiser (bought) or Dinoking Giftset period well maybe Big Powered but someone got him for $600 recently, but 1 episode of zone, doth not a season make, nor do I buy toys for a periodical as a personal preference....period.
So please buy this product, I endorse it highly and have effectively supplanted my wife with him...well I took off my ring for a little while does that count? Avoid the whammy and get this version, instead of a scratched up torn boxed yellowing nightmare of nostalgic proportion/inflation. Cool yes, practical no, but reliving your childhood fantasy without financial ruin......priceless.
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