I'm already in, pre-ordered through BBTS. Liking what I'm seeing here in this update video, fully confident that the quality will be top notch since this will be made in the same factory as the Classics Snake mountain. Anyone who has the Mountain will know how high the quality is on that playset.
Looking forward to seeing more updates as release date nears.
It looks much better than the promotional first videos of it...?
Maybe.. MAYBE.. if the Super7 store in SF gets one or two of these in stock, and reviews have already come out and there are no issues... Then maaayybbeee I might pick this up.
Josh of Super7 gives you the latest production update on the gigantic made-to-order ThunderCats ULTIMATES! ThunderTank!
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The Thundertank looks really cool, but ultimately it's pass for me because of price and space. I mean, if it was under $200 I would find space somewhere in my house to put it.
I'm just going to watch other people enjoy having this in their collection.
Looks nice but I will stick to buying the next wave of Thundercats, Silverhawks plus everything else I collect, GI Joe and Transformers... The reason why I'm not buying it, is because of the space I will need to display it... I already have 3 GI Joe playsets on display and looking forward to add a 4th one that I have to put together from a shipment I got for Christmas...
Super7 today released a new package image for their upcoming Ultimates ThunderCats 7" Scale ThunderTank. Tomorrow (4/2) is the last day for folks to pre-order the tank from the Super7 website.The cost of the tank which measures 27 long and 17 wide is $450 + a flat $40 shipping fee for those in the US. Pre-orders opened back on February 2 for this one. Here is a breakdown features and accessories that will be included with the tank.-Working rubber tank treads-Rolling wheels with steel axles-Articulated jaw-Articulated arms reveal hidden cannons-Forehead panel reveals hidden cannon-2 different windshields - Armored for battle mode & Clear for aquatic mode-Opening cargo bay doors-Seating for 6 Super7 ThunderCats 7" Ultimates figures-Removable, swiveling turret-Highly detailed cockpit-Highly detailed wall paneling-Thundrillium storage container-Cartoon accurate deco-Samoflange tool scaled for Super7 ThunderCats 7" Ultimates figures
So we want to know, have you or will you by the end of tomorrow pre-order this ThunderCats vehicle? Let us know in the COMMENT SECTION below.
Even if Super7 decided to includea 1:1 version of this Samoflange (and I thought Rickand Morty have the weirdest tools, a Plumbus, case in point) I still wouldnt be able to pushmyself to buy the Thundertank.
$550 is just too much for this. I love thundercats and bought the Savage World Thundercats figures awhile back. I have the Classics Greyskull and Super7 Snake Mountain playset, as well as the Jabba Sailbarge.
I feel like I got so much more out of those playsets, then this vehicle. I'm sure its in scale for the 6" Thundercats figures, but for my purpose I was looking to upgrade my vintage Thundertank so I could fit my Savage Thundercats figures in it. I think this vehicle would be too big for my use.
Besides that, the rubber treads are a big mistake for Super7.
I think they had the target price of $500 first and worked backwards to create the vehicle and features to fit that budget, so they included anything they could to come in budget and justify it for $500.
But honestly, I would buy this at the $250-300 range. It just seems like Super7 was not interested in considering that price range.
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