SDCC 2015 - TFormers Reviews Kreon Class of `85 Exclusive Boxset With Video, Text, And Photos
The SDCC Kre-O exclusive for the year is a pile of fun toys and references to pop culture, all plucked from 1985 and wrapped up in a spiffy yearbook package. And in addition to an attractive presentation, it's also the most cost-effective Comic-Con exclusive of the year! Continue to the review for video and photos!
Video Review Of Unite Warriors UW-01 Superion With Comparisons To Combiner Wars Aerialbots
On the forums, koolkollectibleskhai has shared his review video of TakaraTomy's first Unite Warriors combiner set, giving us a look at the Japanese redeco of Superion. Later in the video we get to see some comparisons with Hasbro's version of the figures to get a pretty complete overview of what the new set has to offer. Click through to check out the video embedded below.
TFormers Reviews Combiner Wars Defensor With Video, Text, And Photos
So Hot Spot, Rook, and Streetwise were all pretty great, Blades is decent, and First Aid is okayish. But, how do the Protectobots do working together? RAC has the answers in his review of Defensor, the eagerly awaited third full combiner to join the Combiner Wars! Continue To The Review!
Video Figure Subscription Service 3 Nacelle
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!
Hands-On Titan Class Devastator Combiner Wars Hasbro Edition Video Review and Images Gallery
The invasion continues, following our first look at the SDCC Exclusive edition of Transformers Titan Class Devastator Combiner Wars figure. Shartimus Prime drops another bomb with a first look at the Hasbro retail edition of Titan Class Devastator Combiner Wars figure. Set you peepers on this figure that is Shartimus gives is the fill break down on from the unboxing, to the Constructicons, to the AWESOME Combiner Mode and more. Read on to watch the full video review and check out the gallery over over 100 images now for the best Transformers Reviews are going to find.
Video Robots In Disguise Deployers Fracture With Airazor Mini-Con
YouTuber chuckdawg1999 has reviewed RID Deployers Fracture! He's not particularly thrilled with it as a toy for adults or
kids, so this is likely worth a watch if you've been interested in the toy for yourself or as a gift for that burgeoning Transformers fan you know. Keep reading!
SDCC 2015 - First Look at Generations Transformers Combiner Wars Devastator Video Review & Images
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.
Chuck's Reviews Leader Class Starscream Generations Combiner Wars
Bow down to the King! Ever since Leader Thundercracker was revealed fans were waiting for the inevitable Starscream repaint. Finally in the twilight of the Combiner Wars 2015 line here it is, complete with crown. For those new to this Jetfire retool (like me) there's a new head, chest, weapons, and wings. For me the main selling point was the crown, I just love how a small piece of TF history has been able to hold on through the years. Definitely worth a pick up.
BadCube OTS-05 Claymore, OTS-06 Hypno, OTS-07 Kickbutt Bug Corps Value Pack Video Review
Vangelus has posted a trio of reviews detailing the BadCube Bug Corps Old Time Series Value Pack! Claymore, Hypno, and Kickbutt are BadCube's takes on Insecticons Shrapnel, Bombshell, and Kickback, and all look good! It's always nice when new toys retain Diaclone driver hatches. Keep reading to see all three videos!
Transformers Adventure & RID Bumblebee And Ninja Sideswipe Video Review
With a much better paint job and clearer instructions, Takara's take on the One-Step figures are really good. it's a tough choice between the Adventure version and Hasbro's Night-Ops version of Bumblebee since both decos are fantastic. Ninja Sideswipe looks good but the "Butterfly" transforming style is getting a bit old at this point.
IDW Comics Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye #42
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!
IDW Comics Transformers: Windblade #4
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!
Transformers Combiner Wars : Leader Thundercracker Video Review
Tformers forums membet blurrprime has dropped by to share his latest review of the Transformers Combiner Wars : Leader Thundercracker actiopn figure. Get a look at the newest leader class Seeker to jump into the Combiner Wars in the video review below.
BadCube Old Time Series Bug Corps Value Pack Not-Insecticons Figures Video Review
Forums member / voice actor, jON3.0 Bailey, has dropped by with what appears to be an early review of the BadCube Old Time Series Bug Corps Value Pack. This three pack contains the evil Bug Corps: Hypno, Kickbutt, and Claymore. As you can see these guys are homages to the G1 Insecticons. Get a look at their robot features with some ratchet joints, special weapons and more in the video review below.
Transformers Robots In Disguise Hyperchange Steeljaw Video Review
While the Hyperchange line will never be called the peak of Transformers engineering, Steeljaw is a fine figure and in my opinion the best representation of the character thus far. Transformation is limited to three steps, but due to the magic of automorph a lot happens in those three steps creating a very nice looking robot. Obviously this figure is made for smaller hands but a collector might find enjoyment as a desk toy.