Some mysteries should remain unsolved. Some questions are best left unanswered. And even then some answers are not what they seem to be. The crew of the Lost Light
is confronted with all of these lessons when they come face to face with a legend. "The Not Knowing", written by James Roberts, art by Hayato Sakamoto, coordinated by Phase6, and colored by Joana Lafuente. Read the full review!
On the planet Eukaris, the bestial Transformers live in an uneasy peace with each other, split among separate tribes. But when word comes that Cybertron has found them, all the tribes come together out of fear that those who tried to exterminate their ancestors may be back to finish what they started. Written by Mairghread Scott, with art by Corin Howell, colored by Thomas Deer. Read the full review!
As new residents flow in from the colonies, Cybertron's social problems begin to find new life when post-war politics clash with the cultural beliefs of the newcomers. But amid this, a family relationship already damaged by the war may end up as the tipping point to the fragile peace completely giving way. "The Transgressors", written by John Barber, art by Andrew Griffith, colored by Josh Perez. Click to read the review!
On a very special issue of More Than Meets The Eye
, Swerve has gone missing, and Rodimus needs a crack team of highly skilled professionals to go on a special mission to bring him home. Unfortunately, he's stuck with Cyclonus, Tailgate, Skids, Rung, and Bluestreak. "The One Where They Go To Earth", written by James Roberts, pencils by Alex Milne, inks by Alex Milne and Brian Shearer, colored by Joana Lafuente. Click here to read the review
On a day that coincidentally requires them to be in special ceremonial paint, Windblade and Chromia must pursue a stealth-mode Arcee in to the wilds of Cybertron to recover the stolen Enigma of Combination. But it seems luck is not on anyone's
side today... "An Uneventful Night" is written by Mairghread Scott, with art by Sara Pitre-Durocher, colored by Yamaishi with coordination by Phase6. Continue to the review
For our look at Devastator himself, we've split it in to two videos. Phase One goes over the accessories and their interaction with the Constructicons, and then goes through the process of combining everything to form Devastator. Phase Two is the review of Devastator itself, looking at the stability and articulation, what range of poseability you get out of them, as well as what the SDCC edition brings to the table in deco and the exclusive face sculpt before going in to a general overview of what to expect from the set individually and as a whole. Click here
Arcee is still the same Generations mold with all its flaws. Save one - this figure has new hands in order to heft the massive Combiner Slayer sword! How did it turn out, and in the end is the entire set worth it? RAC weighs in on that issue and more! Continue to the review!
The last of our looks at the individual team members takes us to the one that brings some serious reinvention to the party. And ExVee is absolutely fine with that! And if you like ratchet joint noises, are you in luck today! We're through with the Constructicons themselves, but that doesn't mean we're through looking at this box set. Come back next time as we build up toward the end! Click here to watch today's review!
It's day 5, and we've reached the high point of the individual Constructicons from the SDCC Exclusive Combiner Wars Devastator set. As a kid, I never really cared much about Scavenger, so it's really amazing how much it appeals to me in its modern remake! Click here to watch the review.
We've got one more Constructicon to come, but what will the ultimate verdict be on Long Haul? Keep watching to find out!
Easily the best of the three molds in the set, Chromia retains her status as best overall figure, adding Best Deco to her accolades... her weapons, though still pretty cool, only rates second
-best, however. But second best is still really good when we're talking about a giant sword the figure can hold with relative ease! Continue to the review!
In day four of the SDCC Exclusive Combiner Wars Devastator set, ExVee goes over Mixmaster! While it may escape some of the issues seen in the previous team members, that doesn't mean it's free of its own problems, and where it falls in the overall ranking of these toys may surprise you! Click here
to watch today's review. More videos will follow on the remaining members of the team, so keep watching to see it all!
It's our third day looking at the SDCC Exclusive Combiner Wars Devastator set, and in this video it's all about Hook! Has it managed to be one of the better representatives of the team, or do evils lie hidden here, head and shoulders above the other Constructicons? More videos will follow on the remaining members of the team, so keep watching to see it all! Meanwhile, click here
to watch today's review.
In day 2 of our ongoing look at SDCC Exclusive Combiner Wars Devastator, ExVee visits Bonecrusher, who is free of chrome! ...and as a result, also free of just about any color besides green. But, in design terms, will this be a needed step up from Scrapper? More videos will follow on the remaining members of the team, so keep watching to see it all! Meanwhile click here
to watch today's video.
In part one of a three-part series looking at the Combiner Hunters boxset, RAC reviews Windblade! Looking slightly Super Saiyan and sporting the invisbility-granting Spectrospear, the Fan-Built Bot is still sadly the weakest of the three molds in the set. But the new deco is pretty nice, and the fan on her head is finally usable! Continue to the review!
As promised during The Unboxening, ExVee is taking a look at each of the Constructicons individually, starting with Scrapper! How does the famed Elbowless One otherwise hold up? And can the chrome chest even be tolerated by the eyes of man? More videos will be coming very soon for the rest of the team, so keep watching for ongoing updates! Meanwhile, click here
to watch the review of Scrapper.
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