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Collector Interview 37 for TFsource - Eduardo Cardenas

Yesterday, 05:47 PM

Posted by Maz in Transformers Toy Discussion
Another first for the Interview slot on TFSource Blog, our first collector from Mexico! Eduardo ''Lalo'' Cardenas has an extensive boxed G1 collection as well as the kind of Mexican variant gems you would expect, which adds to the mystery as to why there aren't more high profile Mexican Transformers given their treasured vintage variant history. Eduardo takes us through his history with Transformers, the plight of the collector in Mexico and a few interesting tales from his time in the hobby.
All the best

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Chuck's Reviews Transformers Age of Extinction Lockdown

28 May 2015

Posted by chuckdawg1999 in Transformers Reviews

Of all the fairly recent additions to the Transformers universe I was surprised to see Lockdown used in such a prominent role in Age of Extinction. The toy isn't great, sometimes panels don't want to line up in car mode while robot mode looks cluttered. Outside of the simplified line this was the only way to get Lockdown, which is all I can say about the figure.


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Mastermind Creations R09 Eupatorium - Pictorial Review

27 May 2015

Posted by gema in Transformers Reviews

Pictures from my review of MMC R-09 Eupatorium. Full Review can be found below







Full Review


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Chuck's Reviews Transformers Combiner Wars Blades and Rook

27 May 2015

Posted by chuckdawg1999 in Transformers Reviews

Blades and Rook. One's a retool, the others a new mold, complete opposites that are the best of friends. OK, that last part might not be true, but both are solid figures. Growing up the only scramble combiner I had was Defensor so having a modern update of Blades is great. Although it's a new character, between the two Rook takes the cake. I can't remember the last time a Transformer had such a versatile play pattern, Hulk hands anyone?  

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Club Rules - TFSource Article

26 May 2015

Posted by Maz in Transformers Toy Discussion
One of the nicest discoveries I’ve made since embracing modern Transformers lines in recent years are the Transformers Collector’s Club exclusives. Not all of them have appealed to me, but since finding some deluxe class gems in the Revenge of the Fallen, Animated, Prime and Beast Hunters lines, and then completing the repaint list for each, I’ve come to appreciate their TFCC counterparts. Last year, Matt posted an article on his top 10 TFCC figures, now I’m going to share my favourites. While this might be something of a touchy subject with unfortunate timing due to issues with BotCon registration currently, I am focusing purely on the toys.
Club Rules | Source Blog <- CLICK TO READ
All the best

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Robots In Disguise Warrior Class Jazz Review

26 May 2015

Posted by BCPrimal in Transformers Reviews

Here's a look at the new Warrior Class Jazz from Transformers Robots In Disguise.  His car mode is very stylized and looks great and his robot mode is also a lot of fun.  A great addition to the Robots In Disguise line.  Please rate, comment and subscribe!


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New toylines' fancomics

01 Jul 2014

Posted by M3Gr1ml0ck in Transformers Web Comics

1) From the same artists of Citizen Stack: "I Can Deal With This Now!", a Transformers: Generations story: "Triple Players".

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Also available in PDF format.

Set in the G1 cartoon universe, this story takes place right after the end of The Rebirth, as the energy released by Vector Sigma reignites the whole planet... awakening long-forgotten, legendary devices that will change the life and the bodies of the Cybertronians!
It's time for a regeneration of the TripleChangers, so that the old battle can begin anew!
Featuring Springer, Blitzwing, DoubleDealer, Sandstorm, Vector Sigma, the Reformatting Arcs and a huge reference to Beast Machines, this comic is the proof that Transformers are a saga that continues through Generations!

Art by Iohannes Vinci & Simone Daraghiati.

2) Reimagining the events of the classic G1 cartoon episode "Divide And Conquer", here is how things would have gone by featuring the designs from the Classics/Universe 2.0/Generations line!
It's Divided We Conquer.

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Also available in PDF format.

Featuring: the Rainmakers Acidstorm and Sunstorm; Ironhide and Jazz; Astrotrain and Blitzwing; Hound and Wheeljack; Optimus Prime.

Art by Daniele "Danbrenus" Spezzani & Nic "Nicodemus Rexx"

3) More to come. Subscribe this thread or follow the all-fancomics-encompassing hub of the Seeds Of Deception blog.

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G1 cartoon

25 May 2015

Posted by dura_grip in Transformers General Discussion

How come the G1 cartoon is so much better than anything that has come after?

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G1 Omega Supreme

25 May 2015

Posted by dura_grip in Transformers General Discussion

Can Omega Supreme defeat Predaking?  How about Computron?

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