On the Necrobot's planet, the battle is joined as the small force of Autobots meet the full numbers of the Decepticon army led by Tarn, Deathsaurus, and the newcomer Overlord. But what should be certain slaughter does not come - and what's more, the Autobots start to push back. How can this be possible?! The Dying of The Light Part 5: Rage, Rage, written by James Roberts, art by Alex Milne, colors by Joana Lafuente. Click here to read the review!
Someone is taking a very forceful look into the minds of Decepticons... and the most obvious suspect is kinda
the ruler of Cybertron. But like everything with Starscream, it's not that simple. The third ongoing book is here! "07:00:00"
is written by Mairghread Scott with art by Sara Pitre-Durocher and colors by Priscilla Tramontano. Click here to read the review!
The mighty Superion is outnumbered and alone against the forces of Galvatron's combiners, compelled in to existence by the power of the Earth Enigma. The Autobots are unable to do anything to overcome the Enigma and can only stand by and watch deep beneath the sea. On the surface, the humans have Optimus and Soundwave cornered, and as far as Soundwave is concerned, fighting back is the only option. All Hail Optimus Part 5: "As Above... ...So Below" written by John Barber, art by Andrew Griffith, colors by Josh Burcham. Click here to read the review
Optimus Prime reaches out to form an alliance with Soundwave, to the discomfort of the majority of both their respective groups. But to confront their common enemy, Galvatron, bold choices are called for. However, as the assault against the Decepticon ship is mounted, no one is prepared for the weapon Galvatron has waiting. All Hail Optimus, Part 4: It's Beginning To And Back Again, written by John Barber, art by Priscilla Tramontano, colors by Josh Burcham. Read the full review - click here!
Death approaches, as certain as the setting sun. In these final moments before a hopeless battle begins, unexpected discoveries answer questions long held, and important choices are made that will change lives from here going forward - for as long as it lasts. The Dying of The Light Part 4: At Close of Day, written by James Roberts, art by Alex Milne and Hayato Sakamoto (pages 14-18 only), colors by Joana Lafuente. Click here to read the review!
The final member of the team is here, the smallest, and with no new parts. But yet, somehow it seems that Rust Dust is the best of the bunch! Funny how things work out, isn't it? You can find out everything that sets Rust Dust apart by watching our video review and checking out the text and photos coverage as well! Click here
to get started!
Hasbro gives G1 fans the final piece needed to complete their Combiner Wars Defensor with this new Deluxe series Protectobot Groove figure.
RAC reviews Kids Logic Devastator, a really attractive high-end figure with lights, sounds, and a lot of articulation! But also a few issues with fragility - some likely isolated to this copy of the figure and some more likely to be systemic. Click here to go to the review
and see for yourself!
The second of the two cars in the Combiner Wars Victorion set, Jumpstream is a general improvement over Dust Up in several ways, though depending on your tastes, one or two things may not seem quite as positive in the end when you put the two car characters side by side. Plus with the Breakdown mold not entirely being a fan favorite, can this remold help attract some new fans? Click here
to watch our review and read through the text and photos version to find out!
Getting around to the cars from the Combiner Wars Victorion box set, we've got Dust Up! This is the Dead End remold, and while it has a little less remolding than the average in the set, but the parts it has are very nice looking, though not all of them work without some issues. If you want to find out more about that, then click here
to watch our video, and as usual check out our text and photos version of the review as well! And come back tomorrow for the next installment in our review series!
We're back with the next stop in the Victorion review series, hitting both uses of the helicopter mold at once! While I note in the video that one of the ways the mold was changed could only have happened in a box set, what's also true is that two toys using identical plastic colors like this in one "assortment" could also only happen the same way. A notable accomplishment, perhaps - but is it actually a selling point? To find out, click here
and watch the video review, as well as check out our text and photos version, and stay tuned for more Victorion set reviews this week!
Last week we brought you extensive photo galleries of the full Combiner Wars Victorion set - over 300 images in total! This week we're getting right back on it and kicking off our video reviews of the set beginning with Pyra Magna. You can click here
to jump right in to the review. Find out all the ways this use of the mold is every bit as good as Hot Spot, and find out about the unfortunate assembly goof that prevents it from working entirely correct, presented for you with video, and text and photos. And keep watch for more reviews this week!
The truth comes out. But which truth, how far, in what way, and to the benefit of who? And even after all those questions are answered, there's still Mayhem - and the Noisemaze - between Prowl and the Wreckers, and safety. Transformers: Sins of The Wreckers #4
is written and drawn by Nick Roche with colors by Josh Burcham. SPOILER WARNING:
this review is more in-depth than is typical for our comics reviews, so events beyond the official preview may be revealed! Continue to the review!
Ravage bails out the unlikely reinforcements that have arrived before the assembled Decepticon forces can overwhelm them, but their shuttle is shot down, forcing them to crash near the Necrobot's fortress. Elsewhere, Megatron negotiates his surrender to Tarn, in exchange for sparing everyone else on the planet, but this is not the endgame Tarn desires. The Dying of The Light, Part 3: Your Fierce Tears, written by James Roberts, art by Alex Milne, colors by Joana Lafuente. Continue reading the review!
Like most later wave figures Wreck-Gar might be a bit difficult to get. Which is good, since there's not much to this figure.
Wreck-Gar is a repaint with a new head from CW Legends Groove, so if you liked that figure you'll enjoy it again in orange, if not all I can tell you is the hips are tighter now.
Originally meant to be a part of Sky Reign any and all mention of it's 3rd mode has been removed from the packaging and instructions.
If you're looking for a modern Wreck-Gar, there are better options than this for you to explore.
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