Generations Fall of Cybertron Autobot Blaster Video Review
eBEFOREi - Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Here is my review of Transformers Generations Fall of Cybertron Voyager Class Autobot Blaster, with his little lion buddy Steeljaw. A great use of the FoC Soundwave mold, even the unofficial Boombox is fantastic!
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Thanks man! I didn't even think to twist the leg wheels. I'll have to try it and see if it fills in the gap. Thanks again!
This is a great review, and I love the "Boombox" mode. The only thing I'd do differently with it though, is I'd rotate the wheels on the legs to their "robot mode" position, or at least half-way there, to center them more vertically, fill in the gaps, and make them look m... read more
I know - not sure why Soundwave got so much pre-release hate. My only complaint with Soundwave was how much bigger he is than expected, but that's not a bad thing really... and yes, Blaster is outstanding! I hear he is short packed in this next wave too which is crazy....
while I was thoroughly impressed with the FOC Soundwave mold (even though it seemed to gain nothing but hate until release), I'm amazed at Blaster, a definite upgrade on a good mold!
Sara Pitre-Durocher has posted her character designs for a certain character revealed at the close of Transformers: Till All Are One #8! We're not naming the character until after the jump because of Spoilers on this relatively recent comic, but if you've already read TAAO #8 and want a look, keep reading!
CBR is reporting on the first reveal of the next crossover event to hit IDW's newly shared Hasbro IP universe which features Transformers and GI Joe, among other brands. First Strike will launch in August with two self-titled issues kicking off the story. The event is planned for three months, and the First Strike title itself will have six issues - the specifics of tie ins from other titles seem not to be finalized or revealed at this time. Solicits for the first two issues as well as cover samples were provided. Spoilers may apply for the overall IDW TF-And-Friends universe, so be warned!
This week on Radio Free Cybertron: Takara provides new photos of Kup with corrected hue. Does this change anyone's opinion on this toy? (Hint: Yes.) Also on the show we talk about the return of Robots in Disguise on April 29th, the awesomeness that is the upcoming dinosaur Bumblebee toy, Transformers coming to Carnival Cruises, Magna Convoy, more last Knight toy details, and more. Plus we have a discussion about why we still do this to ourselves? If distribution is so bad, and prices keep rising? Why do we still collect? We round out the show with the return of a segment from over 15 years ago, Bad Poet's Corner. All that and more on this week's Radio Free Cybertron!
Via Previews World, we've got the newest round of upcoming comic info and preview covers for the Transformers titles coming at us this July. Transformers: The IDW Collection reaches the Dark Cybertron event with volume 6, presenting the whole works in a single volume! Also on call for the month of July will be issue 9 of Optimus Prime, Lost Light issue 8, Till All Are One issue 12, and the debut of Rom vs Transformers: Shining Armor. Keep reading for solicits and the available cover previews!
As part of today's comics solicitations, Sara Pitre-Durocher has posted her cover for Transformers: Till All Are One #12! Completing a set of themed covers for the entire upcoming story arc, this issue features Starscream and Windblade. She's also posted a side-by-side image showing all four covers in this set, and an early sketch of #12. Keep reading to see!