With the 20th anniversary of Beast Wars happening as we speak, it's a good time to look back at the series and toyline that revitalized Transformers and helped make the franchise what it is today. And where else to start but with the yellow kid-appeal character? Thanks to a donation of toys from BaCon, RAC takes his first
look at the original Deluxe Cheetor, one of the first four figures in the Deluxe size class that persists to this day! Click here to read the review and see the photos!
For the 20th Anniversary of Beast Wars, TFormers looks back at the toyline that expanded and revitalized the Transformers universe. First up is Cheetor, one of the first figures in the first wave of Deluxe class figures - the size class that by one name or another remains the backbone of the Transformers line today! Keep reading for a 58-image gallery of everyone's favorite yellow cat.
Beast Wars turned 20 years old this year. Specifically back in April when the anniversary of the original airing of "Beast Wars" parts 1 and 2 occurred. But, there was the entire summer then to wait before there was more - or even a repeat of the "Beast Wars" two parter. It left the question of what to expect from this show. On September 18th, we got the first answer, with the debut of the first new episode in the show's regular syndication airing. And so, keep reading, as today we look back on the 20th anniversary of "The Web"...
Just after we brought you a gallery of G1 Optimus Prime statue photos from prime 1 Studio at SDCC, we have an image of a prototype from Wonderfest for Optimus Primal! This statue goes for a heavily textured appearance with loads of sculpted fur, interspersed with various mechanical details - and of course, a dismembered Waspinator incorporated in to the base unit. Not to mention it has some super bright light up red eyes! Click through to see the photo, thanks to Chohenken.
With Hasbro so far uninterested in observing the 20th anniversary of Beast Wars, fans seem to be taking matters in to their own hands. Following from the Dinobot made out of Generations Springer we highlighted yesterday, we have a custom Silverbolt by Javier Alvarez. Made from Beast Hunters Grimwing, this calls back to a 2014 poll held by Million Publishing to decide on a future Generations
book exclusive toy. Of course this Silverbolt has a lot more work in it than a new coat of paint! Keep reading to check out this fine piece of work!