Osenator who gave us an in-hand look at the 11-inch Cyber Series Optimus Prime is back with not just photos of the 11-inch Bumblebee, but also a video on his Youtube channel demonstrating the functions of the large, but lower articulation figures so we can finally get a sense of how playable these toys might be. We've got the photos mirrored and the video embedded, so click through to check them all out!
PaxCybertron has posted a review to Youtube featuring Leader Class Generations Thundercracker from the third wave of Combiner Wars. The video details the sculpt changes and differences with last year's Leader Jetfire in both modes, as well as comparing it to the Masterpiece edition of Thundercracker. The video is embedded below, so click through and check it out.
As we enter Wave 3 of Combiner Wars the line is become flush with repaints/retools. Cyclonus is an interesting choice using a heavily retooled Silverbolt body. Vehicle mode skews more towards the G1 cartoon design while its torso mold draws heavily from Galvatron of that era. As of now there are no official limbs for Galvatronus so any for deluxe CW figures will complete this unique figure. If you're looking to add Cyclonus to your collection, the deluxe mold from a few years ago is still the better option. If you're looking for something unique then this Voyager figure is worth a look.
Joe fans, Trans fans, our time has come to be unified as toy collectors. Sure there's been little nods here and there but Viper is really the first time Hasbro has crossed the streams and brought GI Joe and Transformers together at retail. Using the Legends Powerglide mold was a great idea, and giving it a new head that resembles the legendary Wild Weasel, puts it over the top.
Here's my review of these pretty disappointing 3rd party figures by Ark Studio! I incorrectly thought they were MP sized, but these are small, and the quality isnt even up to par with the Combiner Wars Legends figures!
Forums member TMan has posted a topic and video for what he calls the Evolution of Windcharger! In this video he gives us his take on the many different Transformers figures this toy has made for/ Watch the video to see his round-up review including the G1, Alternators, Reveal the Shield and Combiner Wars Windcharger figures.
Here's my review of the new Transformers Masterpiece MP-24 Star Saber! I didn't expect it to run so long at 45 minutes, so I have rambled a little bit LOL!! But there were a lot of different things to go through with the figure.
Diecast from Radio Free Cybertron was recently given the opportunity to review a test shot of the upcoming Fans Toys Sever, their Snarl-alike done in the Masterpiece style! It's a pretty impressive, massive figure, and diecast seems pretty pleased with it. See for yourself by continuing to the full post!
Today we take a look at the new Transformers Generations Legends Combiner Wars Powerglide from Hasbro. Get a look at the figure out of the box as well as the transformation from robot to alternate modes. Read on to see the full video review and images now.
OptimusPrimeSG on Youtube has gotten his hands on Masterpiece Star Saber and brought us what may be out first look at the toy in video. Over the course of the half hour review, we get to see the toy in all modes, see the engineering in action, and get a taste of the design detail that went in to this figure that's been hyped non-stop for months. Check out the embedded video and see if it looks like it lives up to the buildup!
TFormers forums user Humberto "Bert The Stormtrooper" Montoya has posted a new video review of Warrior Class Drift! It's a good looking, fairly poseable looking figure, and Bert seems to be pretty happy with it though he notes that the transformation is pretty similar to Bumblebee. Keep reading to see for yourself!
Tformers forums member Tambeyoda has posted reviews for both of the Transformers Combiner Wars Leader Megatron G1 and Armada action figures. Everyone was blown away when Hasbro announced two new leader class Megatron figures. Here, Tambeyoda gives us a look at both of them to see the good, bad and other similarities and differences between them.
Tformers forums member blurrprime has posted a video review of the Takara Transformers LG-11 - Deluxe Class Chromnia action figure. Get a look at the Japanese release of this toy starting with is alternate cycle mode and covering the details of the transformation and more.
Shartimus Prime has combined and rolled out a brand new video review for the Transformers Menasor Combiner Wars Generations Stunticons! Fans have been foaming at the mouth for the bad boys ever since we saw them last summer. Shartimus gives us the break down on the Generations Stunticons in all their glory and a whole lot more. Watch the video for his impressions along with a nice big gallery of images to spy between big tasty bites of Menasor!
YouTuber chuckdawg1999 has posted a review of Wave 2 Stunticon Dead End! He likes the figure, citing it as his second- or third-favorite Stunticon - but he's not thrilled with the exhaust pipe weapon, which doesn't make that convincing of a gun. Keep reading to see!
Youtube user Peaugh has posted two new videos talking about Stunticons Dead End and Breakdown, rounding out the second wave of Combiner Wars Deluxes. We get a quick look at both figures in their individual videos, running through their own robot and vehicle modes and their respective combiner mode forms. Click through to check out both embedded videos and have a look at the new toys!
Thanks to Youtuber Charles A Emanuele we have an in-hand look at the Transformers Combiner Wars Stunticon Offroad action figure. Chuck breaks it down the details on this toy giving us some insights on similarities with other molds and more details. Watch the video for all the details on the Transformers Combiner Wars Stunticon Offroad now.
Chuckdawg has posted a new video for the final Hasbro Aerialbot just starting to get in to distribution with the rest of wave 2. Air Raid is a heavy reworking of Skydive, and the video shows the new elements of the toy in both modes, as well as finally showing a fully assembled Superion. But apart from a fully joking segment near the start, the contents of the included comic are not disclosed, so it will remain a mystery a while longer what this wave is packed with. Click through for the embedded video!