Thanks to Youtube stop motion artist youheidx, we've got a quick, fun video showing off Tripredacus - the original Tripredacus from the 1997 Beast Wars lineup. The second year Beast Wars Ultra figures were both combiners, offering three figures dancing around the Deluxe size in a $20 box. Hard to imagine these days, isn't it? Tripredacus in its time held a reputation of being very difficult to transform and combine thanks to its engineering, making the attempt at creating a stop motion with it just that much more impressive. But we'd say this one worked out just fine. You can see for yourself in the video embedded below!
Prime 1 Studio is proud to present PMTFBW-01: Optimus Primal from Beast Wars: Transformers. Optimus Primal is one of the most prominent and well-recognized Maximals in Transformers history.
MP-32 Masterpiece Optimus Primal (or Beast Convoy) is a stunning achievement in recreating the animation model of Optimus Primal. But let's step back and look at the original toy that inspired that 3D model, and discover the masterpiece behind the Masterpiece. Click here
to head over to the review page to find video, plus the text and photos version as we highlight this classic!
We don't know who created this animated .GIF - if you did, please contact us or comment so we can credit you! - but it's extremely impressive, showing off how true to the animation Masterpiece Optimus Primal's transformation truly is. But it gets better! If you're looking for MP Primal for yourself, Allspark reports that Amazon Japan is now offering international shipping! It still requires you to make a separate account from your main Amazon account, but even so, it's worth checking out! Keep reading for more info.
RAC continues our look back at Beast Wars with a trio of Basic Beasts from 1996! Terrorsaur, Snapper, and Insecticon all share an auto-transformation gimmick unique to this year of figures. Other features include weapon storage and a multitude of ball joints. And they all hold up pretty well! Click here to read the review!