eBayer z75sales is still opening boxes from the Mackey-Florence collection and still recording them! Recovered from the estate of a former Hasbro/Kenner engineer, this particular box (45 out of more than 100) features loose figures, including G1 and G2 Dinobots, a G2 Seaspray that doesn't seem to have color overspray on its chrome yet, G2 Protectobots, and a test shot for Hero Optimus Prime! Keep reading to see the video!
Retro Robot Radio and TFormers.com present Laserbeak's Fury written by John Grant, art by Mike Collins and Mark Farmer.
On a mission to investigate a mysterious new human device, Laserbeak gets a taste of country life.
Over 500 figures (American G1, Japanese G1, European G1, Diaclone, MC Axis, e-hobby etc) + miscellaneous collectables (art books, comics, decoys, CDs, DVDs, LaserDiscs etc).
Each and every Transformer is 100% complete with accessories / weapons / stickers etc.
My house was finally finished earlier this year so I'm happy to be able to share my love of Transformers with a community that's sure to appreciate it!
Once in a while we have the pleasure of meeting a Transformers collector who goes beyond the norm, beyond just amassing plastic for personal amusement and satisfaction. Someone whose roots run deep into the Transformers community and even a little of the industry itself. A person who gives back as much as he takes, providing great service for collector friends, helping make the hobby a better place through creativity, talent and hard work.
You would think it’s getting harder to find collectors with something fresh to contribute during these interviews, but there is certainly no shortage of quality when it comes to those left to feature. This month’s spotlight falls on Italian Transformers and pre-Transformers collector Marco Salerno. A shining beacon of humility, modesty and quick with praise for collectors he feels are more worthy than he of said spotlight, Marco is an example to all of how best to make use of the information available to today’s collector.
It has been a while that we've featured a Transformers collection. After seeing the images from the The Tomb of Spurt Reynolds, I just had to post about. The images show his new collection room converted from the garage in his house. The presentation is just gorgeous. I must say, he did an amazing job showing off his large collection of Transformers and many Brave Series figures too. Check out the The Tomb of Spurt Reynolds and share your comments.
Oscar-nominated filmmaker Morgan Spurlock
, producer Thomas Tull
, comic book icon Stan Lee
and writer/producer Joss Whedon
, have joined together to bring audiences the feature-length documentary "COMIC-CON EPISODE FOUR: A FAN’S HOPE"
– a documentary celebration of all things con-tastic!
There are undoubtedly some very dedicated Transformers collectors out there and TFormers Community member "Galvatron74" is definitely up there. This transfan has amassed almost the entire line of Generation 1 figures that came out during the 1984 - 1987 timespan.
The TFormers community is home to all sorts of fans and collectors. Anyone who's spent much time in the forums have come to know Sami as gregarious member who is good with a kitbash and has amassed a very formidable collection of Transformers that will make any fan jealous. That makes Sami's collection the collection of the week! Take a look at her collection in the image gallery
Collectors' Corner is kicking off of the weekly edition of "Collection of the Week." Every week, we will browse the collection section
and give you a taste of what awesome collections that the TFormers Community has on display in their humble abodes. This week is Ultra Convoy's large stash of Optimus Prime
figures ranging from all of the generations, American and Japanese.
In 2001, a coworker of mine thought it was interesting I knew so much about TFs he gave me Beast Machines Mirage for Christmas, and that's when I started to collect and try to gather the old ones I had. Some friends give me what they find in their attic every now and then. Read More
I love Transformers because: It's the part of being a child that I can keep hold of. It was important to me then and is equally important to me now! Plus really kick ass. Check out more info on Mally's collection here
I love Transformers because: They're simply awesome. Check out Gasket's collection here
They aren't just action figures, they are much more complicated and challenging and require some thought to figure out. They also have such a variety of shapes, sizes and gimmicks that it is possible to satisfy pretty much everyone tastes. Be it the simple, kiddie-toys from Armada, or the complicated and highly complex figures from the Alternators and Masterpiece lines, there is something for everyone. Read More
I love Transformers because: It was the last toy my dad got me. Upon cleaning my room, I came across Powermaster Optimus Prime and I saw Beast Wars on TV in its second season. Ever since then, I made it a goal to have all of the Primes/Primals. Read More
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