The younger generation needs Transformers as well. If you want your children to have Transformers that are slightly more involved than Rescue Bots, then this is the way to go.
Nowadays we’re pretty used to companies (particularly 3rd party ones) producing solid, Legends-classed Transformers figures on a regular basis. However, prior to two or so years ago, that wasn’t the case and it was rare to see a really exceptional piece released at that size class. In 2014, a big one was the trio of Sentinel (Sen-ti-nel) Optimus Primes (also released in Ultra Magnus and Black Convoy color schemes) that actually transformed into functioning pens.
Our good friend and forums member koolkollectibleskhai has stopped by once again to share with us his review of TF-02 Rodimus Prime from the ES-Gokin series. The licensed figure depicts the Autobot leader in super deformed style with plenty of articulation and a range of accessories, which we get to have a good look at through the course of the video. We've got the video embedded below, so click through and check it out!
Our forums member koolkollectibleskhai has stopped by to pass on another new review video, this time looking at the Platinum reissue set of Blaster and Perceptor. Featuring a full run through of both large toys as well as the cassettes, and a detailed comparison between the reissue Blaster and a G1 original, there's plenty to see in this video. If you're interesting in finding out just what this has to offer, click through and check out the embedded video!
Our forums member chuckdawg1999 has brought us his video review of the much debated, very confusing Platinum Series set of Blitzwing and Astrotrain. In what's likely the first English review of the set, he speculates on the origins of the decos while giving the reissue molds a good run through. But, their value may not quite match their suggested price tag. Keep reading to see the video and chuckdawg's comments!
Vangelus has brought us what, as far as we can determine, may be the first detailed English-language coverage of Sentinel's Fortress Maximus-sized, non-transforming Scorponok figure. With a whopping hefty price tag attached - and shipping costs to match! - this is a purchase to be carefully considered, and now you can get a good look at the massive figure in action, and learn a little about how it's built. Click through to check out the review and decide if your bank account, or indeed your home
can accommodate this monster!
Today we take a look at the new Transformers Hero Mashers G1 Jetfire figure from Hasbro thanks to Jay over at TNI. One of the most sought after figures from the G1 line. New Jetfire toys have been a long time coming with Generations and Hero Mashers starting to deliver. How does this build your own figure measure up? Read on to watch the video review and see the images for the full details.
Thanks to Jay over at Toy News International (TNI), we've got a look at the new Transformers Hero Mashers G1 Soundwave Figure from Hasbro. Read on to watch the video review that covers the figure out of the box with all the details in-between along with a bunch of images for close-ups and all that.
RocketPunchArmy has uploaded a video review to Youtube featuring the EX Gokin Alpha Trion. This licensed figure represents the (non-transforming) G1 cartoon model of the character, with option parts to display it as the earlier form of A-3. Keep reading to check out the embedded video and see how this stacks up as a collectible grade figure and how it compares to other Transformers toys!
IJK Productions has posted a review of Masterpiece Prowl to YouTube. Decent-looking figure, but kind of funny to watch MP Soundwave tower over him to that degree. Keep reading to see the review!
Jay over at TNI has posted a review for the new Transformers Hero Mashers (Optimus Prime, Megatron & Starscream) figures from Hasbro. Those of us that have been wondering about these figures that are now in stores can get get the scoop on what these things are like in the video review below. Head over to TNI to see the images at toynewsi.com
for more details.
Just got this amazing hardcover book in the mail. It weighs at least 10 pounds and is fairly sizable. The text itself recounts the early days of Cybertron's history with a few illustrations to go with it. The transforming Autobot case makes sounds and has reflective materials. If you want to hang it, you can, but use a very strong hook or nail!
This is incredible. I've seen Matthew Reinhart's work in other franchises, so I was excited to see his take on the Transformers, and it does not disappoint! Watch My full review of Transformers Pop Up Universe now below.
Our good buddy Shartimusprime returns with a video review of the Transformers Titan Guardians Box Set SDCC 2013 Exclusives action figures. These guys are all about the GeeeWuns, except someone forgot to include the Transformers part, but who's counting? Check out the video review of what some of us are calling the "Bath Tub Toys" for the full skinny on these vinyl figures that pay homage to yesteryear in the video below.
I picked up this figure at TFSource.com. It's pretty awesome but a little on the small side. Watch thie video now for Transformers Prime Masterpiece MP-12 Lambor action figure.