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- Acid Storm
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- Acid Storm
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- Missile Launcher (Left)
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- Missile Launcher (Right)
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Acid Storm is a very nice figure. He uses that nice seeker mold that most seeker figures have. For some reason on mine the missile launchers don't peg into the arms very well (they are loose).
Another classic seeker... this time in green! Not essential by any means, but if you already have over a dozen of these seekers, what's one more gonna hurt?
It's nice see Hasbro making figures for some of the more minor/obscure characters. Now if only we could get Hasbro to release the other two Rainmakers... the "Rainmakers" trio for 2013 BotCon don't count; that's the "Welcoming Committee" from "More than Meets the Eye, Part 1"...
Good green, camouflage recolor of Classics Starscream on a D-List character. Same minor problems with wings blocking arm articulation.
-Great repaint of the classic seeker model
-Unique character - change from the regular seekers
-Model has been used several times
-Jet mode has huge gap in fuselage area due to transformation
-Unique character = obscure; appeared in 1 scene, possibly a miscolour.
Same old Starscream mold. It is nice to see one of the rain makers though. Another seeker for the collection.
Another repaint of the Classics seeker mold. Acid Storm does not have many figures, and this might have been his first one. He's just a straight repaint of Classics Starscream with a sort of camouflage paint scheme.
Out of all of the seekers acid storm here is the black sheep of my Classics related collection. Sure you could never have enough of these repaints but without Sunstorm or the blue one (never had a name apparently) or even the purple army builder. Yeah I bet we wont get them in a while. Anyway this toy has a very nice deco that obviously goes for camo but comes off to me as acid melting the paint off. This seeker includes the new head put on Skywarp and so on after and seems to have no QC issues which youd think it would by now. Pick up this toy if you are a Seeker Rainmaker or Decepticon fan it is worth it.
Awesome colors! I know it's over used, but I like the classics seeker mold. I hope the rest of the rain makers are released.
I like the coloring on this seeker jet, something different for a change. Easily transformers and stays together fairly good.
A really nice, unique paint app over the popular seeker mold. I am glad that Hasbro saw fit to release this very obscure character for fans to fill out their troops. It was a no brainer on their part as repaints are guaranteed free money - just glad they were able to do one that actually made sense for once.
This is a standard repaint of the much-used Seeker mold, but a cool addition to the line. Acid Storm appeared for a minute in one episode of the G1 cartoon but thanks to the fans, earned a name and now a figure. Nothing to see here other than the cool paint job that you won't get in one of the many other Seekers.
A great way to invigorate your Seeker army with a figure that stands out from the sea of Starscreams, Thundercrackers and Skywarps. The paint deco makes Acid Storm either a bold fighter, flying in the clear blue skies with forest camo, or not a very smart one. Articulation is a little clunky, but he's still a fantastic piece and a great addition to your collection.
This is a really good mold and the paint for this version is well done. Even with the number off repaints for this mold Acid Storm is nice for Classics army building.
The paint applications are really well done on this figure. I recently had one shipped very poorly to me and the paint was not scratched at all. Even though it is the same mold as Thundercracker and Starscream I recommend it.