MP-32 Masterpiece Optimus Primal (or Beast Convoy) is a stunning achievement in recreating the animation model of Optimus Primal. But let's step back and look at the original toy that inspired that 3D model, and discover the masterpiece behind the Masterpiece. Click here
to head over to the review page to find video, plus the text and photos version as we highlight this classic!
RAC continues our look back at Beast Wars with a trio of Basic Beasts from 1996! Terrorsaur, Snapper, and Insecticon all share an auto-transformation gimmick unique to this year of figures. Other features include weapon storage and a multitude of ball joints. And they all hold up pretty well! Click here to read the review!
With the 20th anniversary of Beast Wars happening as we speak, it's a good time to look back at the series and toyline that revitalized Transformers and helped make the franchise what it is today. And where else to start but with the yellow kid-appeal character? Thanks to a donation of toys from BaCon, RAC takes his first
look at the original Deluxe Cheetor, one of the first four figures in the Deluxe size class that persists to this day! Click here to read the review and see the photos!
Rattrap getting on the list of Generations remakes was a surprise at the time. But not really an unwelcome one. Plus it brings us close to the main first season Maximal cast of Beast Wars being completely remade. We're only short an Optimus Primal taking after the style of the original. But it might be nice to see the Predacons get some more attention... Continue reading
Iacon One's Exclusive is this, the golden disks and transmetal Megaron's disk projector. I wasn't able to go myself but I picked up this set on ebay. I've heard there were only 200 made, but it's also been said they're were only 100 sets itself, iono. Not very cheap, I have yet to see one run $150. Read More
I'd been looking forward to this figure, but wasn't crazy about the color scheme. Still, when I found it in my local toy shop, I couldn't pass it up… This incarnation of Megatron is a techo-organic Tyranosaurus Rex. For the most part, mixing the most popular dinosaur with robots is a good idea, and whoever designed this figure did a nice job. There's a lot of robotic detail in the sculpt. Unlike a lot of other T-Rex toys, this guy is fully poseable. Read More
I am surprised by how many people have never seen the Beast Wars cartoons. I really really enjoyed the Beast Wars. The Beast Wars volume 2 DVD released on August 13th, is 150 minutes of heart pumping action and some amazing special features. Read the review HERE
On Beast Wars, Depth Charge
was one of the more interesting characters to come along. Blunt, intense, and driven by an urge to destroy Rampage at any cost, he was a considerable departure from the other goody goody Maximals. Read the review in the reviews
From the beastly fusion of Tigatron and Airrazor comes the awesome tri-mode Tigerhawk
. Check out the review of this Beast Wars mega figure in the reviews
Check out the new review of the Beast Wars Depth Charge figure. Read it here
John Woodcock has posted a swell new review for the TM2 Spittor figure. Take look and post a comment or two. Check it out here
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