The Titan Changer line is the transforming branch of Titan figures, not to be confused with the Titan Class large scale figures. Articulation is very limited and of course, the transformation is simple. These are geared toward a younger audience but it is nice to see how all the Megatron figures differ.
I really wanted to like this movie. With the intense promotion for this movie. I was expecting an epic story with the many gaps to be filled in from the previews. Unfortunately, there was little new to see. It was as if all the trailers had been stitched together and run end to end. I know this sounds hard to believe, but we've seen a lot of it already in the previews. That said, what is there to like? It is watchable, unlike "Age of Extinction," which I cannot sit through no matter how many times I try. Read the Full Review Here
We have our first video look at Premier Edition Hot Rod from The Last Knight. This figure is the main feature of the Autobots Unite exclusive subline being carried at Walmarts in the US. The video is in Chinese, and is about half an hour long, but does offer a fairly good look at various aspects of the toy. Starting around 11 minutes in you can see articulation shown off, and from the approximately 14 minute point on to 22, you can see the transformation from robot to car. We have the video embedded below for your convenience, check it out now!
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on Youtube has posted a video featuring Movie Masterpiece Bumblebee. The video looks at the robot mode, including articulation and option features like the battle mask and arm cannon. A transformation demo starts at about 4:33 ...and continues to nearly the end of the 16:43 video. While similar in size to the Masterpiece G1 Autobot Cars, Bumblebee certainly seems to have a grade or two beyond in complexity! The video has no dialogue and is straightforward enough to follow. Check it out, embedded below.
The Dinobots are on the trail of Bludgeon, who has been doing something terrible to Sweep corpses and sparks. But Bludgeon isn't who they find... they find someone significantly worse. Transformers: Salvation
is written by John Barber and illustrated by Livio Ramondelli. Click here to read the review!
Jazz gets ready for his chance to greet the world via TV and let his voice be heard by the entire world, telling about who he is as a person, rather than the image of an invading alien robot. But the media is never that simple - if only the President of The United States had been able to warn Jazz about it, instead of Optimus Prime... "What It's REALLY Like" written by John Barber, art by Casey W Coller, colors by John-Paul Bove. Read the full review!
Legion Blurr is a fun little figure and makes for a fun desk toy. Transformation is simple but I like how it all comes together. The simple step of flipping the fin parts around impresses me for some reason. Definitely worth a pickup.
When Super Ginrai was released many people felt it was a safe assumption that God Bomber wouldn't be too far away. Well, those people were right and while the figure is on the fiddly side, it does compliment Super Ginrai while being an ok figure in its own right.
Functionist Cybertron has to be saved, and Rodimus and company have to get home. But it's looking like those goals may be mutually exclusive, and the one thing standing between Rodimus and a jump back to the Necroworld... is Rung. Dissolution, Part 6: This Machine Kills Fascists
is written by James Roberts with art by Jack Lawrence and colors by Joana Lafuente. Click here to go to the review!
For a convention, Takara got the great idea to release the heads that appeared on the Hasbro versions fo Chromedome, Hardhead, and Brainstorm. These heads were paint matched to the respective Legends deco and look fantastic. Also included were repaints of the Brawn, Skytread, and Grimlock (Clobber). The set is fairly cheap and worth it if you collect the Legends figures and would like the Hasbro heads as well.
With new threats looming in the wake of recent events, Starscream turns his focus back to creating a powerful defensive base to protect himself, and maybe Cybertron as well. And all it will take is changing the mind of one enemy - with a bit of specialist help. "The Price of You" written by Mairghread Scott, art by Sara Pitre-Durocher, colors by Joana Lafuente. Read the full review right here!
With the second wave of Premier edition toys hitting retail, the reviews for the Transformers The Last Knight Autobot Drift figure are starting to hit youtube. With this being one of the remodled toys in the class, we figured a post rounding up the many videos up for this guy would help others decide if they want to get this one, or not.
Chuckdawg1999 is back at it again. Following off of Ultra Bee yesterday, he's back to show off the second of the team combiner sets in RID Combiner Force: Menasor. As Chuck puts it, Menasor is slightly more traditional with five team members, though there's only three distinct molds within the set. You can get a basic rundown of each toy and the combined form in the video - embedded below, of course - and see whether this set looks like something to bring in to your collection. Click through and have a look!
Today, our forums member chuckdawg1999 stopped in to share another new video with us, giving us one of our first in-hand looks at a team combiner set from RID Combiner Force - Ultra Bee! After some people lost enthusiasm toward the Crash Combiners upon seeing them, it'll be important to get a good look at find out how these team sets came out in execution. With two more after this, and these more or less being the "headliners" of this sub-branding, a lot might be riding on these guys! Click through to see the review.
On pre-war Cybertron and present-day Earth, the battle is over. But for how long? And who will be the first one to take up arms? "The Next Day/And The Next"
is written by John Barber with art by Priscilla Tramontano. Click here to read the review!