John DeLuna from Radio Free Cybertron is once more bringing us our very first look at the newly shipped Transformers Figure Subscription Service 4 toy! No surprise here as the final figure of the batch, it's Impactor! And we have lots of nice pictures showing it off, along with the pile of accessories seemingly randomly borrowed from Generations Arcee. Get a close look at the new headsculpt and the deco, plus see a shot of the bio card - click through to find it all in the gallery below!
Thanks as ever to John DeLuna
of Radio Free Cybertron who has done his usual excellent job in providing photographic coverage of a new fresh release from the Collectors Club. Armada Skywarp is this year's club store exclusive, reusing the new tooling from the membership freebie Universe Ramjet.
This fills out the Armada Seeker trio alongside Hasbro or TakaraTomy Starscream and Legends Series TakaraTomy Starscream Super Mode (AKA Thundercraker). We've got a nice selection of photos for you to enjoy, so keep reading and get started!
Once again thanks to John DeLuna, we have some nice in hand shots of the finished Thunder Mayhem combiner. The photos show some basic overviews of the combined form, plus armed with the large swords. We get up close detail shots of the Thunder Mayhem head as well, showing off the quality level of its sculpting and the way it fits in to the style of the rest of the toy. To see photos of Bludgeon solo, check out the earlier post here.
Keep reading for the Thunder Mayhem gallery!
Radio Free Cybertron's John DeLuna has gotten his Subscription Service Bludgeon! As is customary, John is posting a ton of high-quality pictures of the figure, a remold of Combiner Wars Voyager Class Onslaught with new weapons, head, and combiner head. Keep reading to see!
So, uh, what the heck? We got a good firsthand look at all the souvenir figures the Transformers Collector's Club offered at BotCon 2016, and there was no sign of a Bluestreak. But here, off of Chinese Auction Site TaoBao, is that very figure. What's up with that? No idea, but you can get a look at the figure by clicking through to see the images!
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.
As it has been so many times before, we have Radio Free Cybertron's John DeLuna to thank for bringing us excellent photos of the latest TFSS figure beginning to ship out now. Windsweeper is number four - unsurprisingly - and finishes out the limb robots for Thunder Mayhem. Also included is a surprisingly beautiful Creation Matrix accessory! You can have a look at the new figure for yourself in the album of mirrored photos below.
It's that time again for the latest addition to the TFCC FSS 4.0; and it's the near legendary, Spinister. Let me just say this is my favorite FSS figure thus far and the best use of the Alpha Bravo mold.
The joints are just the right tightness especially in the hips, which is important for arm mode. Being a Double Targetmaster, Spinister is armed; Vortex should've had this load out.
Prepare to pay if you're looking for this figure on the aftermarket; as I suspect it'll be one of, if not the most expensive from this collection.
With our thanks as always to John DeLuna from Radio Free Cybertron, we've got a great many excellent photos to share of the now-shipping third entry in TFSS 4 - Spinister. Yet another redeco of the Alpha Bravo mold, surely the unmatched workhorse mold of the Combiner Wars line, Spinister also comes with redecos of Generations Scoop's pair of Targetmaster partners. We've got good looks at both modes, the bio card and accessories, so keep reading and check it all out!
Arriving to subscriber mailboxes today, it's the third figure from TFSS 4. Spinister joins Grabuge (Ruckus) and Needlenose in the slow build up to the Mayhem Attack Squad combiner team. Onyx Minor from The Allspark has posted a few quick pictures, including the bio card, so you can check out how the final deco applications for the figure and its two Targetmaster buddies came out. We have a few of those photos mirrored, so keep reading to have a look and for a link back to the original post!
@ErimusPrime on Twitter has let us know that he received his TFCC Ramjet today! The 2016 membership figure - the final one of its type - is of Armada/Universe Ramjet, based on the Generations Deluxe Armada Starscream mold. Keep reading for photos - and thanks again, Eric!
The TFCC FSS 4.0 is rolling on, with Grabuge, otherwise known as Ruckus!
This figure is a fantastic repaint of Offroad, and the tightest version of the mold I've handled.
If you're buying this on the secondary market it's a solid figure on its own.
What feels like an extremely short time after Needlenose, the first TFSS 4 figure shipped, today the first copies of the second figure are hitting subscriber mailboxes!
Thanks to SeiberBirdR we now know the identity of the currently shipping figure is Grabuge - the trademark-rename of Ruckus. And we have some early photos to show what the final product looks like.
We'll bring you more on this figure as it becomes available, and for now keep reading to see these first pictures, including a look at the bio!
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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.
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