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Third Party
Shartimus Prime hooks it up with a new review for the EAVI Metal Transistor Transformers Masterpiece Blaster 3rd Party figure. Get a look at the G1 inspired MP class action figure from out of the box and all the details from robot, to transformation, to boombox mode and more. Read on to watch the video review and image gallery for the EAVI Metal Transistor now.
Generations
YouTuber RocketPunchArmy has posted a review of Transformers Cloud Starscream! An e-Hobby exclusive figure, Starscream is a triple-changing recolor of Generations Voyager Blitzwing with a few new parts, such as new face and his trademark Null Ray cannons. Keep reading to see the review!
Third Party
New up today, Vangelus has an in-depth review of a very long-awaited third party item, the most ambitious attempt so far to improve Fall of Cybertron Bruticus by replacing its entire core body and a good chunk of both arms to make up for the necessary engineering compromises of the retail toys. This is a long video but clearly goes over everything you need to find out about this set that will be reaching retailers soon. Click through and check it out!
MasterPiece
Benscollectables has uploaded a video review of Masterpiece Bumblebee, giving us one of our very first in-depth looks at this long-awaited figure. The video review shows the vehicle, robot, and transformation in detail, but leaves out any detail about the Exosuit Spike figure Bumblebee includes. Hopefully additional coverage will follow soon to tell us about that half of the package, but for now click through and check out the video!
Age of Extinction
A Japanese fan has reviewed Advanced Series Armor Knight Optimus Prime on YouTube! AD31 has been the focus of a lot of attention this week, and with good reason. A refinement of the Age of Extinction Generations Leader class Optimus Prime, Armor Knight/"Saikyou"/Ultimate Mode Optimus Prime sports retooled parts to reflect the final render for TF4 Prime, plus a highly detailed deco and a face-swapping gimmick to give both masked and unmasked looks in a single figure. Keep reading to see the video- hope you speak Japanese!
Age of Extinction
Thanks to our good ol' buddy ol' pal Shartimus Prime who has posted a brand new video review for the Transformers 4 Age of Extinction Hot Shot Deluxe Class. Get a looks at the remake of the Crosshairs mold at Hot Shot. Get a look at the figure out of the package in his robot mode with the full break down and details on transformation to his alternate mode
Generation 1
Today we take a look at the new Transformers Hero Mashers G1 Jetfire figure from Hasbro thanks to Jay over at TNI. One of the most sought after figures from the G1 line. New Jetfire toys have been a long time coming with Generations and Hero Mashers starting to deliver. How does this build your own figure measure up? Read on to watch the video review and see the images for the full details.
Age of Extinction
The ever-diligent chuckdawg1999 continues his streak of Age of Extinction reviews with the one-step version of Steeljaw! It's one of the better-looking one-step figures, and has an interesting "windup" method of transformation. Keep reading to see for yourself!
MasterPiece
Thanks to Jay over at TNI. Today we take a quick look at the new Transformers Masterpiece Optimus Prime Reissue & Vector Sigma Gift Set from Hasbro. Also check out his first attempt at some stop motion video with Optimus transforming at the end of the video. Read on to see the full video review and image gallery for more details now.
Age of Extinction
YouTuber Awsome Toys Reviews (sic) has posted a new review for the Autobots United 5 pack that includes the Generations versions of Optimus Prime, Drift, Hound, Crosshairs, and Bumblebee. How do they compare to the individual releases and are they worth the price of a Platinum Edition pack? Keep reading and decide for yourself!
Generation 1
Thanks to Jay over at Toy News International (TNI), we've got a look at the new Transformers Hero Mashers G1 Soundwave Figure from Hasbro. Read on to watch the video review that covers the figure out of the box with all the details in-between along with a bunch of images for close-ups and all that.
Age of Extinction
Shartimus Prime dropped by with a new video review and images for the Takara Tomy AD-28 Snarl Out of Package Images Transformers Lost Age / Age of Extinction deluxe class figure. Get the scoop on the Japan colors figure out of the package and in robot and dino mode for the full review with images now.
Age of Extinction
YouTuber chuckdawg1999 has reviewed the One-Step Changer Galvatron from Age of Extinction, and in his estimation it's the best of the line, with a nifty and unique transformation method. It's worth seeing for yourself, and it's a good and concise review at 3:48, so keep reading and check it out!
Third Party
Since appearing out of the blue during TFCon Chicago, Toyworld's Grant, a downscaled, improved take on Grand Maximus has attracted a lot of attention. T2RX6 has posted the first video review of this figure to Youtube in order to answer a lot of curiosity for those who weren't at TFCon to see one of these personally. Showing a range of size comparisons and testing cross compatibility with other Headmaster heads, the video covers just about all the bases for this mystery figure. Click through to check out the embedded video review!
Third Party
Vangelus (you know the one) has put up a video featuring both Brawny and Backland, the Masterpiece-scale/style figures representing Brawn and Outback by Badcube, formerly known as Cubex. While the video does not entirely make it clear, these appear to be test shot figures, but should be overall representative of the production units. If Huff had poor reception enough to drive Cubex to rebranding, this video will be a big step towards determining if they've come out of it for the better. Keep reading to see the embedded video!
Third Party
RobotKingdom's Facebook page has posted a link to Kuma Style's video review of TFC Phobus! Phobus is Not-Divebomb, the fifth part of the Ares combiner (who looks an awful lot like Predaking). Not only does he have a massive set of wings expandable to a Predaking-appropriate wingspan, but even comes with Power Core Combiner-compatible connectors so he can quit the Predacons in a huff and go form his own combiner team with blackjack and drones. Keep reading to see the review!
Generations
Get your gerwalk on! Let me tell you, Shartimus Prime is one sly dawg who can lay down the reviews while keeping on top of things. Missiles are firing with his latest review of the awesometacular Transformers Generations Jetfire leader class figure. It was more than meets the surprise when Hasbro whipped it out at Toy Fair earlier this year. Here, we get the full inspection of the G1 redux out of the box, through the transformation, and all the details in between. Read on to watch the video and see the images the gallery for the full on review.
Generations
PaxCybertron has followed up their review of Arcee with the wave mate Chromia. This figure is a very extensive retool of the Prime "Robots in Disguise" mold Arcee, with a great deal of new parts to completely change its visual identity. It's an amazing work of remaking an existing toy, so click through and check out the embedded video below to see how it turned out!
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