I’ve put up reviews of all three new Micro-Change Combiners, Abominus, Defensor, and Piranacon. There are links to those and all my other Kre-O blogs at the end of the review.
Transformers Kre-O Micro-Changers Combiner Piranacon (Nautilator, Overbite, Snaptrap, Tentakil)
All the Seacons (though that name is not used on the package) came out really great. Nautilator unfortunately suffers from being too front heavy. I really couldn’t get him to stand up. Not bad looking though. His robot mode is nice, but nothing particularly special.
I’m not crazy about the huge shark head in robot mode, but his shark mode is pretty cool.
Not much you could really do with Snaptrap, but at least they gave him the dual cannons on his back. I do really like his robot mode, I just wish he had a hand gun.
I was sure I wasn’t going to like this one, but his animal mode is pretty great. I’m not crazy about the tentacles sticking out like that in robot mode.
I’m not sure why they gave him a cannon arm, but I really like Piranacon. The colors look great and I love the claw hands and feet.
I still can’t believe how awful the stickers for Kre-O Micro-Change Combiners are. They use the clear labels on dark plastic, and you can hardly see the designs on them. It’s just basic logic that you can’t put these kind of stickers on dark plastic. The stupidity of it is mind boggling.
Here are my previous Transformers Kre-O reviews, 2011 sets, and 2012 sets, Micro-Changers Preview Series, Micro-Changers Series One, Series Two, and Series Three, the Toys R Us exclusive Ironhide, Beast Hunters sets Mech Venom Strike, Dragon Assault, Battle Net Bumblebee, Beast Blade Optimus Prime, and Ripclaw Strike, Micro-Changer Combiners, Bruticus, Devastator, Predaking, Superion, Abominus, Defensor, and Piranacon, and the Botcon Machine Wars: Termination Set.
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