The shape and configuration of their feet. You got to be careful, they tried to hide them, but I've had extensive training to spot them. Their thighs are also poorly formed, but they have massive calves. And then there's... That Gait... Unmistakable.
I was the one who let you know, I was your sorry ever after, '84, '85. Give me new toys and I'll decide, but I'm really only after, '84, '85.
I am shocked that Phil the Kombiner King had not noticed this.
He, and most people probably have, and there are probably dozens of galleries before these toys ever got to me showing this. I'm probably just an idiot that's slow to catch on. Anyway, here's what it looks like. Was sitting on my bed messing with them while watching The Owl House, and was gonna combine them. Picked up one of the feet and the claw was gone! After a mild freakout, I realized it's a feature.
I got mine today! ...and Hasbro shipped it in a box that would fit two packaged titans.
I find something odd about myself. Despite God Neptune being far more prominent than the Seacons were, and with animation models based directly on the toys, the mold inaccuracies bother me far less here, than with the seacons.