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|Alt Mode||Police Car|
ToyGeek code: MSB23-THUNDER-PIONEER
Magic Square's 3rd Party Figures offer simple yet rewarding transformations and are on the cutting edge of 3rd party collecting and they have even been referred to as mini-masterpieces due to the high level of detail and articulation they feature. Magic Square focuses on making some of the most detailed 3rd Party figures available in legends scale, with good articulation and superb poseability for their size. They also feature sleek, modern designs and include plenty of parts and accessories packing an impressive value into each figure.
Start your Magic Square Collection today with MS-B23 Thunder Pioneer. Add this highly sought after piece to your collection today at Toygeek, your source for 3rd Party collectible transforming figures.
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MS-B23 Thunder Pioneer Transforms from robot to police car and back!
MS-B23 Thunder Pioneer is Made of plastic!
MS-B23 Thunder Pioneer stands at 3.9 inches!
5 out of 5 stars overall
September 29, 2022
My first ever Transformer in the 80s was Prowl, so to start my Magic Square collection with their Prowl is awesome! Everything comes full circle_ Now all I have to do is get Megatron & Sideswipe.
January 14, 2022
This figure has a transformation quite similar to Masterpiece Prowl.
I've had NewAge Harry and the other NA carbots for a while. In car mode they are very much alike, though the windshield on TP is more of a matte finish while Harry is glossier/metallic. Harry is a few millimeters longer, but they're virtually identical otherwise.
In bot mode however, TP is notably superior. He is a full two heads taller than Harry and the botmode physique is much closer to toon accurate. TP's head sits near the back of the car hood while Harry's sits pretty much in the middle which didn't actually bug me at all until I had TP in hand.
My only complaints are that I am not too crazy about TP's feet as they look progressively more awkward the more extreme the ankle-tilt. Also, vehicle mode has a very slight, but still noticible, gap between windshield and hood - though it could be there's some flash on mine that needs to be shaved down.
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