019 Transformers TakaraTomy 2010 Universal Dominator Unicron - TF Source Video Review 019





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Published on Dec 2, 2010

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This is a TF Source video review for TakaraTomy 2010 Universal Dominator Unicron.

For middle aged Transformers fans, the biggest thing to ever happen in Transformers was the 1986 Animated film which ushered in a brand new cast of main characters, broadened the scope of the story to multiple worlds with alien races, and introduced us to the biggest bad guy of all time, The Chaos Bringer himself: Unicron.
It took nearly 17 years but this demigod of destruction finally came to life in plastic form in 2003's Armada Series. As incredible as this giant toy was, there were still some grievances from fans that had been waiting for a proper planetformer since their single-digit childhood. Hasbro offered up a Universe reissue of Armada Unicron in 2008 and many hoped for a more G1-aligned paint scheme but the reissue was a straight repack of the Armada version. Once again, TakaraTomy comes to the rescue with an incredible version of this monumental toy mold featuring movie-accurate paint applications and a remolded head. Warning: Stop watching now or prepare to witness the dismemberment of your wallet by Universal Dominator 2010 Unicron.

If you don't expect to open this box and get your breath taken away after first laying your eyes on 2010 Universal Dominator Unicron, you might want to pass on this purchase. This is the Unicron figure everyone was hoping for when Hasbro announced their Unicron reissue for the Universe line. Since that straight repack's apparent failure at market, it is unlikely that we will see a large unicorn figure gracing US shelves again. On the other hand, it is not often that one of TakaraTomy's remolds is neglected for release by Hasbro so you'll have to play the market which ever way you choose: buy Unicron now or wait for a US release which may never happen or will most likely be wildly different in appearance. Regardless, any fan of giant planet-munching transformers is going to be clamoring for this Orange Japanese Beachball of Doom. Crawl out of that highly dubious bargaining posture and bring a little more chaos into your collector solar system.


Produced by:
Diablien - http://www.collecticon.org

Music by:
The Coming Weak - http://www.thecomingweak.com
Lesser Known Saint- http://www.lesserknownsaint.com

Figure provided by TF Source - http://www.tfsource.com

A VERY SPECIAL THANKS TO JASON BLUE BOOST for lending his extra Unicron.com Unicron stand for this review.

ALSO A VERY SPECIAL THANKS TO RIKKOMBA for allowing use of his Lucky Draw TakaraTomy Micron Legend Unicron of Light photographs.


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