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Here Is a Sketch of BotCon 2012 Exclusive Pretender Metalhawk's Head


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Fun Publications is continuing their push of information tonight, and they have just updated their Twitter feed to show off a sketch of the Pretender Commander Metalhawk head design. The figure, which uses the Transformers Generations Thunderwing mold, receives a brand-new head design and this sketch shows off the design before the official colored reveal. The toy is an homage to the character of the same name from the Japanese series Masterforce. Take a look at the full sketch after the jump. Read the Full News Story Here
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So it's going to be the shell, not the inner bot, kinda sad to see that. It makes more sense for Thunderwing and "Sky Shadow" since their G1 shells transformed and their shells were far more recognizable than their inner bots. But Metalhawk was recognizable in both modes, but lacked a transforming shell so it'd be better if they based a figure off the bot, not the shell. Skullgrin was kind of a mix between his shell and inner bot so that was acceptable.



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This is one of the stranger things they've done recently, but I'm definitely not against it. It's an interesting way to do a Pretender homage.

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