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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!
Generation 1
RocketPunchArmy has uploaded a video review to Youtube featuring the EX Gokin Alpha Trion. This licensed figure represents the (non-transforming) G1 cartoon model of the character, with option parts to display it as the earlier form of A-3. Keep reading to check out the embedded video and see how this stacks up as a collectible grade figure and how it compares to other Transformers toys!
Age of Extinction
Thanks to Shartimus Prime, we've got a brand new video review and images of the Lockdown Deluxe Class Transformers 4 Age of Extinction action figure. Get the scoop on this fan-favorite figure out of the package and transformed before your very eyes, like magic, but not really. Read on to get watch the video and take a gander at thems images for the the little things.
Generations
It took long enough, but fans are going wild for the Transformers Generations Arcee figure that was revealed last summer at BotCon and SDCC. Thanks to Pax Cybertron we have a video review of the toy to get some first impressions. Read on to see the video review and how this G1 character measures up.
Generations
Welcome to Shartweek!... Sorry, I couldn't resist biting on that one. Jokes aside, Shartimus Prime returns with a new video review and images for the Transformers Generations Sky Byte Toy Voyager Class action figure! The reduxed RID figure has been upgraded from head to toe and we've got the report on this guy from out of the box to his many modes. Read on to see the video and images for the full review now.
Age of Extinction
YouTuber chuckdawg1999 has reviewed Construct-Bots Hound and Wideload! Hound looks pretty good in both modes, and Wideload turns into a nifty set of armor and weapons for Hound - but Chuck does have some concerns about the construction. Keep reading to see the review!
MasterPiece
We can't get enough of that MP-20 Wheeljack so how can we resist yet another review of the uh-mazing Transformers Masterpiece that just out from Takara Tomy. Get the break down on this figure as he is unbox, transformed and posed relentlessly to reveal the good and bad details. As usual, we have a bunch of detailed images to go along with the review for those times when the hand is quicker than the eye. Read on for the full Masterpiece Wheeljack MP-20 feast.
MasterPiece
Thanks to Jay Cochran over at TNI, today we have a look at the new Transformers Masterpiece MP-20 Wheeljack from Takara Tomy. Watch the video review of the fully reduxed figure from G1 done in Masterpiece style. Read on to see the video review below.
Generations
Just in is a new video review and images from Shartimus Prime who's managed to hunt down a Transformers Generations Roadbuster Voyager Class Wrecker figure. Get his take on this reduxed figure brings this mold back for another round of G1 goodness. Watch the video that breaks this toy down into his usual package, robot and vehicle components. And for the visually inspired peeps in the audience, we've got pictures! Read on for all that as fast as you can hit PLAY.
MasterPiece
RFC's own Diecast has reviewed MP-20 Wheeljack: mechanic, inventor, owner of secret facial hair. Clocking in at 33 minutes, Diecast covers pretty much everything you need to know about the figure and gives a handy demonstration of its size relative to other Car Robot Masterpieces as well as MP Grimlock. (SPOILER: His hands are not huge. Wheeljack and the other Autobot Cars really are that small.) Keep reading and check it out!
MasterPiece
That was fast, huh? YouTuber OptimusPrimeSG has posted a review of MP-20 Wheeljack, Like the other Autobot Car Masterpieces, Wheeljack does a really solid job of turning a real car into a likeness of the animation model, and seems to have really great articulation at that. Keep reading to see the review!
Legends
YouTuber chuckdawg1999 has posted a review of Legends Acid Storm and Venin. A recolor of the Starscream & Waspinator still sitting around Big Lots and other stores, Chuck reports that Acid Storm is great but Venin is not so hot. Keep reading to see the video!
Age of Extinction
YouTuber Charles from RocketPunchArmy has reviewed Rollbar from the upcoming Age of Extinction Platinum Edition Breakout Battle set. As has happened with the other Transformers films, Rollbar is a new character based on a non-transforming movie vehicle. In this case the mold is Generations Skids with an elaborate white and purple color scheme. Keep reading to see the video!
Third Party
Shartimus Prime swoops in with another of his video reviews for the Bullsfire DB-01 Air Strike action figure. You're eye don't deceive you, that is a homage to the G1 Swoop character is highly coveted Transformers Masterpiece scale, OH YEAH! Get the details on the chormed birdy with a full walk through of the unbox, robot mode, transformation and break down of the Dino mode! Be sure to peck at the image gallery where the high quality stills are waiting to be drooled over.
Age of Extinction
Startimus Prime Returns with another video review for the Transformers 4 Drift Voyager Class Age of Extinction action figure. There he is, scaled UP looking all articulated and stuff! Get the details on the fan-favorite character that's had the Voyager class treatment to see how he measures up. Read on to see Drift out of the box, in robot, and his alternate vehicle mode with lots-o-images to maintain maximum drool factor.
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