K'nex Dinobot Transformers Part 1: Grimlock and Strafe(Swoop)Ever since we first saw the Dinobots in the Superbowl teaser for Transformers 4: Age of Extinction, there have been two questions on our mind: So dinobots transformers 4 grimlock finally get a proper introduction to the biggest addition to the Transformers universe and meet the full cast of Dinobots. First up is Grimlock, the leader of the Dinobots. If he was that large in beast form, imagine him fully transformed.
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Ever since we first saw the Dinobots in the Superbowl teaser for Transformers 4: Age of Extinction, there have been two questions on our mind: So lets finally get a proper introduction to the biggest addition to the Transformers universe and meet the full cast of Dinobots.
First up is Grimlock, the leader of the Dinobots. If he was that large in beast form, imagine him fully transformed. He really sets the stage for the robot forms of the other dinobots. I originally thought this twin-headed Pterodactyl was a re-imagining of Swoop — the Pterodactyl member of the original Dinobots — but is actually a complete remake of the Autobot Strafe.
From plane to twin-headed flying terror, Strafe is personally my favorite of the Dinobots in this film, and the last trailer-confirmed Dinobot to appear in the movie. Of the three new revealed Dinobots, Slug has the most chance of being in this film. Between his name and Triceratops form, Slug remains true to his original design. If Slug is actually in the film, it will be interesting to see if Michael Bay also kept his original personality as well.
If the Dinobots are known for being violent and destructive, Slug is their poster child. With it being larger, lighter, and faster than a Tyrannosaurus, Spinosaurus was in many ways superior to it late Cretaceous cousin. Whether or not Scorn will be superior to Grimlock, is doubtful. Whatever their beast forms are based upon, Grimlock is the undisputed leader of the Dinobots. The final Dinobot toy that was revealed at the Toy Fair was a Velociraptor-based transformer named Slash.
He might not seem that special at first, but any fans of Transformers: Dinobot was a Maximal Autobot who was rebranded as a Predicon Decepticon , but eventually returned to his Maximal roots. Unlike the last velociraptor-based transformer, Slash is covered in what appear to be blade-like appendages. In actuality these are feathers to reflect the new concept of what Velociraptors looked like.
There may still be one or two more Dinobots revealed. Of the original team, we are still missing Sludge — a Brontosaurus-based transformer. Another thing to take into consideration was that the original Dinobots could fuse much like how Devastator did in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.
If you want to see the big screen counterparts for these toys; click here for concept art and their new Dinobots Unite footage. It is truly a nice and helpful piece of info. I am happy that you shared this helpful info with us. Please stay us informed like this. So basically, just like the last three movies, Age of Extinction is going to be utter garbage, but at least it will have a good toyline.
Haha, I think it might be pretty good. Well at least not in the g1 us series. I like the figure line, and am looking forward to the movie. There are so many different universes in transformers that no one person likes them all. I just picked up slug, scorn and grimlock.
Look for my yt reviews. I believe they combined in the comics into The Beast — but not in the show. If i remember correctly it was a last resort right when the Autobots were about to be killed. But the beast was so uncontrollable the Autobots had to destroy it in the end. Where can I purchase them from? For some such as Grimlock, there will be different class levels.
The Grimlock at Toywiz right now is on sale too. The jury is still out on Spino. What it looked like and how it killed or what it could kill.
Since no complete Spinosaurus remains have been found there is little to go one except JP3 and Planet Dinosaur fantasies. That should change this year with new remains having been discovered and a paper coming out on the beast. I would take the more powerful, robust, intellgent, bone crushing bite force and binocular vision of the Grim… I mean Tyrannosaurs over the less advanced fish eater any day.
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