ditto, those are the usual accessories. I think we can expect quite a few R2 variants in this new line as he'll probably make use of a few new ones in the series i believe.Rune_Haako said:They're not guns, ones a zapper or sprayer, the others an arm.
that is what I was thinking too when I saw this...M_Kunst said:
I CALLED IT!!!!tarcanes92 said:that is what I was thinking too when I saw this...M_Kunst said:
I wouldn't mind seeing an attack protocol droid...as long as it is the one that is pictured on the cover of an issue from the Dark Horse Droids comic book series from the mid 90s. I forget the actual issue number...
I gotta agree with what Toonimator says. How can this R2 be compared to that R5? His proportions may be a little off (as is the case with all figures based on the animation), but all of his "gear" is authentic to the movies: removable jets, datalink-type extension, claw extension, panels that actually close, a removable third leg (unlike R5's permanently attached middle leg). Apples and oranges here.Inverted said:Will they never learn?
I think we will see "realistic" astros like this. Probably not until Hasbro gets tired of using the "vintage" mold or the R4-G9 mold, but I think we will. The only real "problems" with this R2 are the out of proportion legs and the dome with upraised panels instead of more flush. Easily corrected for a "realistic" style.Toonimator said:I mentioned how we probably wouldn't get panels & gadgets like this in movie-style due to inaccuracy issues... but y'know what? Screw 'em!
That thought never even occurred to me until I saw people saying that they were guns. From the second I saw them they looked like R2's usual tool arms...Inverted said:They looked like guns at first glance... is it so hard to believe Hasbro might release a flying and shooting R2? That's what the pic looked like 'till Toon set me straight.
That would be hair.Ashoka said: