Today we take a look at the new 2015 SDCC Transformers: Generations Combiner Wars Devastator Special Edition Set from Hasbro. This exclusive will cost $179.99 and be available at Hasbro's booth #3213 at Comic-Con International in San Diego with a limited number available after the convention at HasbroToyShop.com.
The space barnacles are spreading! But how, and why? There's a rhyme and reason to what they do, and Nightbeat is going to find it... if he lives long enough. "The Frail Gaze" is written James Roberts with art by Alex Milne. Colors by Joana Lafuente. Continue to the review!
Meet Knock Out and Moonracer, the delegates from Velocitron! Windblade wants - needs
an alliance on the nascent Council to thwart Starscream's dreams of empire. But there's only one way to make policy on Velocitron... Transformers: Windblade
#4 is written by Mairghread Scott with art by Corin Howell. Colors by Thomas Deer. Continue to the review!
The Combiner Wars are over. Starscream's position is stronger than ever, and Optimus Prime has a problem. A Prowl problem. And on Earth, Arcee meets with Galvatron... why? "Now And On Earth" is written by John Barber with art by Livio Ramondelli and Andrew Griffith with colors from Ramondelli and Josh Perez.Continue to the review!
As the minds of Optimus Prime and Prowl do battle within the combined body of Optimus Maximus, the battle between the rioting Decepticons and Starscream's police causes Metroplex's space bridge to begin to destabilize. Combiner Wars Part 5, Story by Mairghread Scott and John Barber, written by Mairghread Scott, with art by Marcelo Ferreira and Corin Howell, colored by Yamaishi and Thomas Deer. Read the full review.
Streetwise is a patient and skilled tracker who would prefer to incapacitate and arrest his opponents rather than killing them. Fast but prone to overheating as a police car, he's perfectly fine bringing in Decepticons with their lives intact - if not maybe their arms or legs. Read on for the full review!
A gentle, kind-hearted Autobot, First Aid wants to heal everyone and everything. And as a member of the Protectobots he's set out to do just that with the help of his surgical fist lasers, (de)crystallizer cannon, and... Medical Axe? Read on for the full review!
Shanna O'Hara has a serious mental condition. She believes that she is part of a special military task force whose goal is to repel an invasion of giant, living robots. Can Doctor Mindelbinder help her overcome her delusions and return to her idyllic life in suburban Springfield? Headmasters
is written by Tom Scioli and John Barber, with art, colors, and lettering by Scioli.
The newest member of the Protectobots, Rook is fresh out of Cybertronian Military Academy, and he's a tank. Well, an armored vehicle. But functionally he's a tank, the team's big bruiser. But a bruiser with a head for tactics - if he figures out how to apply them in the field. Continue to the review!
Blades is an aerial fighter who favors short-range and melee combat - if you want to call melee combat using your rotors to shred your opponent. Armed with Rescue Missiles and a photon rifle that clearly sports bullets down one side, Blades' long bio reads like he'd be entirely at home in a robot Jackie Chan movie, which is only reinforced by the short bio referring to his fighting style as "Copter Kung-Fu." Continue to the review!
Cyclonus was an unexpected choice, both for a presence in Combiner Wars, and as a retool of Silverbolt. But the potential was there if you looked close enough at Silverbolt, and the idea became intriguing. Today, ExVee takes a look at this figure to find out how well it all worked out in practice, with coverage in video, plus text and photos. Click here to go to the review!
A perfectly enjoyable funeral draws the crew to the Vis Vitalis, bringing about uncomfortable reunions, awkward socialization, and the greatest medical mystery in the history of Cybertron. "The Sensuous Frame", written by James Roberts, with art by Alex Milne, colored by Joana Lafuente. Click here to read the review!
Tonight we're bringing you a review in video, plus text and photos of the newly released Leader Class Ultra Magnus. As one of the star showing of Toy Fair this year, Magnus has been highly anticipated. Now click through to find out if the toy lives up to the hype in both our video review, and our 60+ photo gallery! Click here to head to the review
Starscream moves to secure his power within the world of combiners, while Sunstreaker, Ironhide and Mirage share a revelation, and Optimus visits the jailed Prowl in hopes of understanding his motivations. "You, Me, And The Universe", story by Mairghread Scott and John Barber, written by John Barber, illustrated by Livio Ramondelli. Read the full review
Coming on May 22nd along with Quickslinger, Brake-Neck, the trademark-renamed Wildrider is a redeco and head retool of Dead End. Returning to reclaim his spot from the similarly decoed Offroad, how does the figure hold up? And how does it do for completing Menasor? We have a review in video, as well as text and photos. To see it all click here!
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