Following on from the review of Megatron, PrimevsPrime has a video on Youtube for Voyager wave 2 Brawl from the Studio Series. While fan reaction to Brawl has been mixed at best since we started getting good looks at it, the general tone of the video seems to be positive, especially praising the detailing. Like the last video you can see the toy in both modes and how it transforms, plus general comparisons including to the original movie line's Leader class Brawl. You can see it all in the video embedded below.
PrimevsPrime on Youtube has gotten hands on Voyager wave 2 for the Studio Series line, and has posted some review videos. First up is Megatron, based on the design seen in Revenge of The Fallen. The review goes over the details and poseability, and then walks through the transformation from robot to vehicle form, as well as giving some size comparison to other movie toys. We have the video embedded below, so click through to take a look!
Our very own forums member, Lore Keeper has shared a Toy Review for the Transformers: Studio Series Voyager Class Thundercracker that's finally coming our way. Read on to see the video review below.
Leader Class Blackout has been one of the major entries from the Studio Series lineup that's caught a lot of people's attention since we first found out about it, as previous tries at the character have all been at smaller scales. Today kevin Liu has a video up on Youtube taking a good look at the brand new Blackout. We've seen some in hand photos previously that help show off the design and details, but this is our first look at how it transforms - a process that while involved, doesn't look overly complex or fiddly to pull off. You can have a look and decide for yourself what you think about it in the video embedded below.
Coming from diecast on RFC Reviews, we have a video review for the latest Movie Bumblebee toy from the first wave of Studio Series Deluxes. Given a special preview release on Hasbro Toy Shop during Toy Fair weekend, the general release of this lineup is expected in April. The most immediately striking thing about the new Bumblebee is how comparatively small it seems, but maybe good things come in small packages? You can check out the video review embedded below to find out!
Thanks to chuckdawg1999 on our forums, we've got a first in hand review to bring you for Deluxe Stinger from wave 1 of the Studio Series lineup. Planned for a full release in April (4/20 as we understand it), a small initial quantity was offered via Hasbro Toy Shop the same afternoon as Hasbro's Toy Fair fan media presentation as a special preview release for the line. We'll be bringing you additional coverage on this figure soon, but in the meantime click through to watch Chuck's review, embedded below!
From Kevin Liu, we have both a set of very nice quality photos of Movie Masterpiece Barricade, now beginning to become available in Asia. The photos offer a nice overview of the toy in both modes, and helpfully give a side by side with Human Alliance Barricade, a comparison sure to be of interest to collectors wondering if it's worth upgrading. Kevin has also posted a video of the figure on Youtube so you can check it out in action. You can find that embedded below, along with mirrored photos.
RAC continues his look at the Transformers: The Last Knight
figures provided to us by Hasbro! Today is the only non-Bumblebee entry he has queued: Legion Class Optimus Prime and Barricade! Both are reuses of previous molds with new paint jobs.Though Barricade's paint isn't much in robot mode... keep reading to see!
Shartimus Prime swings by with his latest ransformers 4 Slog Age of Extinction SDCC 2014 G1 Colors Amazon Exclusive figure review and images. There's more than meets the Dinos with the last of the team filled out AOE style. Watch the video for the unboxing, followed by careful scientific analysis of the mechanics and other notable aspects of the item known as Slog. Images are provided for more in-depth drooling where required.
A Japanese fan has reviewed Advanced Series Armor Knight Optimus Prime on YouTube! AD31 has been the focus of a lot of attention this week, and with good reason. A refinement of the Age of Extinction Generations Leader class Optimus Prime, Armor Knight/"Saikyou"/Ultimate Mode Optimus Prime sports retooled parts to reflect the final render for TF4 Prime, plus a highly detailed deco and a face-swapping gimmick to give both masked and unmasked looks in a single figure. Keep reading to see the video- hope you speak Japanese!
Thanks to our good ol' buddy ol' pal Shartimus Prime who has posted a brand new video review for the Transformers 4 Age of Extinction Hot Shot Deluxe Class. Get a looks at the remake of the Crosshairs mold at Hot Shot. Get a look at the figure out of the package in his robot mode with the full break down and details on transformation to his alternate mode
The ever-diligent chuckdawg1999 continues his streak of Age of Extinction reviews with the one-step version of Steeljaw! It's one of the better-looking one-step figures, and has an interesting "windup" method of transformation. Keep reading to see for yourself!
YouTuber Awsome Toys Reviews (sic) has posted a new review for the Autobots United 5 pack that includes the Generations versions of Optimus Prime, Drift, Hound, Crosshairs, and Bumblebee. How do they compare to the individual releases and are they worth the price of a Platinum Edition pack? Keep reading and decide for yourself!
Shartimus Prime dropped by with a new video review and images for the Takara Tomy AD-28 Snarl Out of Package Images Transformers Lost Age / Age of Extinction deluxe class figure. Get the scoop on the Japan colors figure out of the package and in robot and dino mode for the full review with images now.
YouTuber chuckdawg1999 has reviewed the One-Step Changer Galvatron from Age of Extinction, and in his estimation it's the best of the line, with a nifty and unique transformation method. It's worth seeing for yourself, and it's a good and concise review at 3:48, so keep reading and check it out!
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