Following up on ExVee's review of Quickslinger/Slingshot is Brake-Neck, formerly the Stunticon known as Wildrider! A new figure from the Dead End mold, Brake-Neck both makes Menasor more G1 accurate and serves as a solid replacement for the Offroad mold. Both figures will be available online on May 22nd. Keep reading to see more!
ExVee's got a pair of new reviews for you today! First up is Combiner Wars Deluxe Quickslinger, who will be available from online retailers on May 22nd. If you wanted your Superion to have all its G1 components, you're in luck: Quickslinger is a modern version of G1's Slingshot from the Combiner Wars Firefly mold. Keep reading to see the review!
Our forums member chuckdawg1999 has brought us his video review of the much debated, very confusing Platinum Series set of Blitzwing and Astrotrain. In what's likely the first English review of the set, he speculates on the origins of the decos while giving the reissue molds a good run through. But, their value may not quite match their suggested price tag. Keep reading to see the video and chuckdawg's comments!
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.
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!
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!
Warbotron's latest combiner limb has shipped, and Radio Free Cybertron's diecast got there first! Clocking in at 29 minutes, diecast covers the figure in-depth, including some interesting size comparisons. (It looks as though it's almost
a good scale to put with your Masterpieces!) Keep reading to see for yourself!
Vangelus has brought us what, as far as we can determine, may be the first detailed English-language coverage of Sentinel's Fortress Maximus-sized, non-transforming Scorponok figure. With a whopping hefty price tag attached - and shipping costs to match! - this is a purchase to be carefully considered, and now you can get a good look at the massive figure in action, and learn a little about how it's built. Click through to check out the review and decide if your bank account, or indeed your home
can accommodate this monster!
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.
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.
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!
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!
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!
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!
YouTuber PaxCybertron has posted a review of the upcoming remold of Generations Armada Starscream, Jhiaxus! Introduced in the Transformers G2 comic where he was not orange, Jhiaxus went on to appear in IDW/Simon Furman's Regeneration One comic where he was also
not orange, and also in IDW's main Generations continuity where he was briefly orange after years of not
being orange, because his single orange appearance was designed after this toy
. Keep reading to see the review!
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