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Transformers - Dark of the Moon - the Topless Robot Review



I figured that we could wrap up the week with a pointer to the Dark of the Moon "FAQ" over at toplessrobot.com today. The write-up that Rob did for Revenge of the Fallen is pretty well known as a great rundown of the insanity in that film, and he has again produced a document that should make it very clear what you're getting into before you buy that ticket. This nice three day holiday weekend may give me a chance to see the film, which I have grudgingly decided I should do having finally found an Optimus Prime Cine-Mask at KMart. After all, even the critics that don't like the movie at all seem to agree that the 3D is pretty great, and obviously worth seeing in the theater. I suppose that if one were to wait to see it at home, and subsequently miss out on that part, then there is one less redeeming quality to the production. So read Rob's review, I guess go check out the movie, and have a happy 4th!

Oh and if any of you are upset about the spoiler in my header image, I have to point out that you certainly can't tell the BayBots apart, so who knows who gets killed!!

Posted by charlie on July 1st 2011, 03:32 PM
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kaars
July 2nd, 12:59 PM
Hello, Is there going to be another version of Leadfoot other than the target exclusive?
 
cparry
July 2nd, 05:28 PM
There is a Leadfoot Legion class figure in wave 2 of that sub-line. Have a look at my checklist for more details about that one. I'm not sure that other scales of that character have been announced yet.
 

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