After seeing Dark of the Moon, some people are likely crying "FOUL!" regarding Soundwave's alt mode. The master of Decepticon espionage masquerading as THAT? Can't be. If you need some throwback via a modern interpretation, BTS has released their BTS-04 Sonicron figure that gives us a look on what Soundwave might have resembled had he followed in his G1 footsteps. Click here to read the full review.
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Cool! All my stuff is packed and ready for my move to NOLA but afterwards I'll get into that once I start buying again. Granted I still need a job down there first
Sorry man, I hope I didnt pour salt on an old wound. That had to have sucked.
Sure, why not?
So if I bought a 3rd party product and sent it to you, you would review it and then send it back?
I sold all my G1 swag several years back to fund a move.
Blitz, did I read this right? "Since I do not own any G1 figures, I can't attest as to whether a G1 cassette-bot will fit." Do you really not have any G1 toys, or did you mean cassettes?
Giant looking chest and his high heels is what turns me off. I'll get one but it is a very low priority on my list. Has Tformers always been doing 3rd party reviews? I don't remember any. But at any rate I think its awesome.
His proportions give him a manga/anime look which makes him more appealing to me. Unfortunately, I don't really do 3rd party figures and this one won't change that trend.
I guess it's pretty nice, but I don't need to buy one either. Maybe I'll succumb to temptation when some store puts it on sale.
He does for the most part look like G1 Soundwave, though the main thing that keeps me from buying him is his oversized chest with an itty bitty waist. Other then that, he looks awesome
Mastermind Creations have released details and images on their R-31 Ater Beta and R-32 Stray action figure releases. A look at both figures in their robot and alternate modes along with details on the weapons and other features with links to the pre-orders, after the jump.
Fans Toys has put out some teaser images for their FT-30, which will be a new take on a large-scale Superion combiner, starting with FT-30A, their (as yet name-unrevealed) unofficial Silverbolt. The other Aerialbots are represented in the defocused background for proof of concept, but what we get to see is an overview of the core robot in both modes, and at this stage the design looks pretty nice with a strong following to the animation. Not too much detail can be pulled from this quite yet, but it looks like we'll have another project to keep watch on for a while. Click through to see all the images mirrored from Fans Toys' Weibo.
This week on Radio Free Cybertron: It's November and the holidays are on the way! We start off the show with two ways that you can help kids in need! Please consider this year's Extra Life videogame stream and/or our annual toy drive--this year dubbed "The Last Knight Before Christmas!" We share details! Also on the show Fansproject is seemingly back from the brink with the missing Dinobot from their Lost Exo Realm line! Plus we have details on HASCON 2019 (yes, 2019), hands on details with new Takara Tomy Legends toys and way more on this week's Radio Free Cybertron!
Dr Wu has some new upcoming products to show off via Weibo. First is ASURA, an upgrade package for Masterpiece Megatron. It consists of a sword (in one of two color styles), a mini camera mode Reflector, and a Cybertronic set of binoculars that come in one of two colorations like the sword. The HOME set is a system of interlocking base plates in the general style of the always-popular Mechanical Chain Bases, where you can make a basic environment for your toys - provided you buy enough sets. We've mirrored the pictures of both, keep reading to see!
Alien Attack Toys is currently notable for their figure Firage, based on the never-had-an-original-mold Dark of The Moon character Dino (referred as Mirage in some materials). Now they're taking another shot at the movies and presenting El Cid, their take on Optimus Prime as he appeared in the two most recent movies. The robot is said to be a bit over 10 inches tall, and a side by side with MPM-3 Bumblebee shows the two scale with each other pretty well - though it may work just as well to fit in with normal movie toys also. We've got the photos mirrored from Weibo, click through and have a look.