|DO you think 'Hulk?' or perhaps.. 'Turtles: secret of the Ooze"|
I pose a question though.. Why does "sonic" translate to translucent green? (UPDATED: two more pics after the jump)
|Back of the Sonic Maverick Box ( from Kenix Kil-NerfSG Forums)|
|"Sonic" Deploy CS-6|
I'd probably be more betting on the fact that they were taken on the floor of a Chinese factory. Every now and then an employee actually recognises what they're assembling and then sneaks one out to
I'd like to see translucent blue actually, that'd look priddy:)
UPDATE 15-10-10: A reader below has pointed us to Nerf SG's forums where 'Kenix Kil' actually has their hands on one and can give you more info. For those of you who don't want to link out, here's what he says:
"I managed to get my hands on the one and only green maverick my supplier had. I was made to pay like 20% more than a retail yellow maverick but my curiosity overcame all prudence..
"So basically what you have is a clear/transparent neon green Mav with orange parts like the regular clear ones. Piggy appropriately described the green as " the cheap $1 water gun plastic green" because that is exactly what it looks like.
"It came with 6 sucker darts and had 'Sonic Series' written on the box. My supplier has confirmed that the factories are about to churn out a whole series of green stuff like the recon and raider (again) so i guess we can all 'look forward' to another new/old line of blasters to spend our retirement fund on"