Radio Free Cybertron's John DeLuna, frequently the first on the block with the latest Collector's Club offerings is bringing us yet another first look at the latest subscription service toy to be sent out. This time it's Serpent O.R., the GI Joe crossover figure, which can now join Hasbro's Viper in a DeceptiCobra airforce. While Serpent O.R. still isn;t as nice looking as the mockups, John's photos certainly paint the figure in a great light. Click through to check them out!
The Transformers Official Club twitter account have posted the TFSS 4.0 the Sixth figure reveal as IMPACTOR! Fans are going to be happy to know their Combiner Wars are coming in a wide array of rainbow colors. In this case, Combiner Wars Protectobot Rook. Read on to see the image and the full details now.
Jesse Wittenrich has tweeted a few new looks at the Serpent O.R. figure coming up soon in the third Figure Subscription Service assortment. The GI Joe crossover character uses the "Senator Ratbat" alternate head from the Generations Scourge body, but sadly the body deco meant to evoke a snake's head on the chest never quite worked out past the mockup stage. Also shown is Jesse's own idea of a serpent staff that can be assembled from some stock Arms Microns. Keep reading to have a look!
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!
Back to business as usual with Botcon now behind us for another year, it's time for the Transformers Figure Subscription Service to get going again, and the next figure in the lineup is starting to arrive. From Radio Free Cybertron's John DeLuna, we've got a first look at Nacelle, supposedly one of the final uses of the Classics Seeker mold by FunPub. John's provided several photos to give a good look at the figure, so click through and check it out!