TCC Issue 35 brings the Junk(ions) - Generations Wreckgar Revealed!

Issue 35! That's right. Hitting Mailboxes right now is Issue 35 of the TCC Magazine. This issue features a first look at some of the great toys that will be available this coming spring! The cover features Wreck Gar and Perceptor, just two of the very cool toys with previews in the magazine. Issue 35!That's right. Hitting Mailboxes right now is Issue 35 of the TCC Magazine. This issue features a first look at some of the great toys that will be available this coming spring! The cover features Wreck Gar and Perceptor, just two of the very cool toys with previews in the magazine. Along with the reveal is a behind the scenes interview with the Transformers brand team as they talk about working on the "Classic" characters and offer official confirmations on some other things we can expect down the road (Another Masterpiece?)

Also featured this issue is an interview with Flint Dille, Andy Schmidt, a huge turning point in "The Coming Storm" story as well as all the other awesome content you have come to expect in the magazine!

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News Poll

What do you think of Generations Wreckgar?
5 - Looks Great
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3 - Unsure
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1 - Lame



Votes: 345

Poll Results

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O-Packs - 2010-09-26 @ 5:36 pm

This I will own,possibly many .I always hated the Junkions but this fig is pure hotness.Generations mane, all they do is win JEAH.Hasbro shall claim a heavy purse before this is done. Now if they can stay away from the Beastbot theme I think world peace may just be attainable. :yay "This thing is wicked"

Sparkless - 2010-09-23 @ 6:53 pm

You can expect Botcon next year to have several "junkions" I bet. Just look at how they butchered that shark figure this year

MACHWULF - 2010-09-23 @ 6:01 pm

Normally my collection passes on such asymmetrical designs: though Wreck-Gar's bot mode scult looks quite lovingly detailed. It actually looks somewhat inspired by those Offbrand / KO-Bikebots that are often customized INTO WreckGar & Junkions.

Speaking of which... a decent head remold for each repaint & they could squeeze 2-3 more Junkions from this body. Leave a slot for different visors: Give one Oakleys & another RayBans :tflaugh

< ATTN HASBRO: A Remolded / replaced head makes all the difference to your inevitable repaints: Drift / Blurr = Perfect! >

MikePrime - 2010-09-22 @ 8:29 pm

It's a good looking new Wreck Gar. The motorcycle mode seems promising as well. Most motorcycle Transformers are either bricks, monsters, or just plain spindly.

TheForgottenTaxi - 2010-09-22 @ 8:17 pm

MUST. HAVE.

Here's hoping his vehicle mode is half as cool as that robot mode. But really either way, Hasbro has my $10-12. Can not wait.

(Also: When's the last time we've seen this many people agree on the awesomeness of a figure? Usually there's some contingent complaining about something.)

TRANS-lego-MaN - 2010-09-22 @ 4:31 pm

i might have to get him, he does look pretty nice

robo_rob - 2010-09-22 @ 3:38 pm

I can't get over just how IMPRESSED I am with Wreck Gar, that robot mode doesn't look like it actually transforms (aside from the pins and hinges), it looks like a pvc. This is a seriously impressive sculpt so far.

Sparkless - 2010-09-22 @ 10:41 am

He hasnt got his machine gun boobs, damnit! :argh

look again, theyre there! :win

Oh yeah, so they are, blended in too well. :lol They're kinda on his shoulders now though

monstergrotusque - 2010-09-22 @ 7:24 am

LOVE THIS!!

but i'd like to see more spikes.

Astronopolis - 2010-09-22 @ 6:59 am

He hasnt got his machine gun boobs, damnit! :argh

look again, theyre there! :win

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