Windsweeper is an update to the old G1 Triggercon. Unfortunately it uses one of the most overused molds of Combiner Wars; thus out of box, Windsweeper is a floppy mess. Thankfully the figure is meant to be a leg, and holds together in that form. If you're completing Thunder Mayhem Windsweeper is a necessary evil; if you're a die-hard Triggercon collector, you can pass on this figure.
Here we are with another FSS, this time with a combiner theme. Needlenose is a double Targetmaster and a great update to the late G1 figure. The paint details pop, I especially like the metallic blue used for the nosecone. There is some tolerance issues with the grips on the Targetmasters, but nothing too bad. I'm excited to see how the other figures turn out.
Forums member Tambeyoda has shared with us his video review for G2 Starscream, the latest shipped figure from the third Figure Subscription Service set. While the Club warned members that these figures would arrive misassembled with no help to be offered, Tambeyoda seems to be among a lucky few who received correctly assembled figures. Keep reading to check out the embedded video and get a good look at the figure in both modes.
Once again chuckdawg1999 has stopped by the forums to let us know about a new video review. This time he's looking at Serpent O.R. from the Club's third Subscription Service batch. This figure joins the ranks of both retail and other exclusive Transformers/GI Joe crossovers that have come up in surprising numbers this year. Click through to check out the embedded video and see how this recolor of Generations Scourge turned out!
Forums member Tambeyoda has uploaded a video review of the most recent TFSS entry to his Youtube channel for Nacelle, what's promised to be the penultimate use of the Classics Seeker mold by Fun Publications. This toy based on an obscure concept design from an old catalog certainly sells on the deco, though that may or may not be enough to overcome Seeker Fatigue with the mold around three dozen uses in at this point. Click through and check out the review!
Hello and welcome to Thats Just Prime! Ep75! Today were taking a look at Transformers Collector's Club 2015 Member Exclusive Lio Convoy! Read on to watch the video review now.
Thanks to Tformers forums member Tambeyoda Review who has posted a video review of this year's Collectors Club Store Nova Prime exclusive figure. Get a look at the remake based on the Generations Orion Pax mold that includes the same remolded head as Lio Convoy, Nova is based on the IDW comics character in-hand. Watch now for all this details.
YouTuber Peaugh has posted a video review of the Transformers Collectors Club's upcoming subscription figure Treadshot with Catgut. Treadshot is a remold of the excellent, excellent Generations Warpath body, and Catgut is a recolor of the Arms Micron that came with the Japanese version of Transformers Prime's Terrorcon Cliffjumper. Click the title to check out the video!
Thanks to Tformers member Tambeyoda who has posted a video review of the TCC SSF 2.0 Barricade and mini-con Frenzy figure. Get the scoop on this Transformers Collectors Club exclusive figure that is now shipping to fans. Read on to watch the review of the figure with break down of the robot and alternate modes.
Thanks to forums member Tambeyoda who has posted a video review of the Transformers Collector's Club Subscription Service Ultra Mammoth action figure. Get a look at the TFSS exclusive toy with an overview of the Transformers Animated based mold in robot mode and the alternate beast mode in the video below.
I think the TFCC saved the best for last. Ultra Mammoth is just a fun figure and you really don't get to many of those nowadays. Yes the transformation is a bit fiddly but robot mode is awesome. I can highly recommend getting at least one version of this mold.
Thanks to forums member Tambeyoda who has posted a video review of the Transformers Collector's Club Subscription Service Figure Jackpot. action figure. Get a look at the TFSS 1.0 exclusive toy with an overview of the Transformers Animated based mold in robot mode and the alternate vehicle mode in the video below.
Out of all the figures in FSS 1.0 Jackpot was the one I wasn't sure about. I never had the mold nor was I that familiar with the character. I was pleasantly surprised with the end results; a well painted figure that has a unique look all it's own.
Shakedown, take down, Breakdown; you're busted! Probably one of the more obvious additions to wave 1 of the FSS Breakdown is a straight repaint in G1 colors of the BotCon exclusive G2 Breakdown which is a remold/repaint of Generations Sideswipe. Yup, that's a lot of uses for one mold.
Well it's bright, that's a good start. This rainbow sorbet of transforming wonder is a recolor of the HFTD Axor mold. How does it work for this Action Master homage? Find out below!
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