Micro Machines Transformers Revenge of The Fallen Set - 8 Highly Detailed Vehicles - Autobots - Decepticons - More Than Meets The Eye
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Micro Machines Transformers 2007 Set - 8 Highly Detailed Vehicles - Autobots - Decepticons - More Than Meets The Eye While the Micro Machines collection is known primarily for sizing down automobiles, it has also featured several playsets including 1991's fold-out Super Van City. Licensed character products would often be fold-open heads including miniature characters and vehicles interactive with their playset environment. Micro Machines also utilized several diverse features such as color-changing cars and "Private Eyes" vehicles that even allowed one to peek inside and view an illustration of the contents.
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Entertainment News International (ENI) is the #1 popular culture network for adult fans all around the world. I'm curious of the idea behind the base pieces than the TF figures. Hope some enlightening can be revealed by Hasbro in the future.Micro Machines had a well-known advertising campaign in the 1980s involving fast-talker John Moschitta Jr. The commercials featured pitches in his trademark speedy style and ended with the slogan "If it doesn't say Micro Machines, it's not the real thing!".
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They are a different toy made of very tiny cars and playsets, not made by Hasbro (the Transformers products we are seeing and in this article are only licensed from Hasbro). Ownership of the brand has changed throughout the years but those miniature cars are still around today and they have already released many small cars, including a Chevrolet Camaro, which you can currently buy at Target or elsewhere. Jazwares has announced that the rumored Transformers Micro Machines line will officially arrive this Spring.Micro Machines are a line of toys originally made by Galoob (now part of Hasbro) in the mid-1980s and throughout the 1990s. Micro Machines are tiny scale component style "playsets" and vehicles that are slightly larger than N scale. TAAO wrote:Just out of curiosity, but what was Hasbro thinking when they were designing the sets? Why wouldn't they have made the boxes cross-compatible and connectable to the Siege, Earthrise and Kingdom figures? I mean they're taking their own IP's and doing nothing to cross sell? Kind of a missed opportunity if you ask me. (But I know no one is.)