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    Toy reviewer, regular on RFC and New Soundwave, Lv. 32 Goof-Off.
  • Favorite Music
    The Kinks, Koichi Sugiyama, Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band
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    Captain America: TFA, Mobile Suit Gundam Trilogy, Star Wars IV-VI
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    Transformers Animated, Megas XLR
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    Discworld Series, Star Wars: Republic Commando series
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    Dragon Quest IV, Dynasty Warriors series
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    Too many!

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  1. TFormers is at ToyFair 2020 and we've got photos from the Flame Toys display! On view are a variety of upcoming and recent Furai Model releases such as Devastator, Thundercracker, Skywarp, Decepticon Megatron, Rodimus, Optimus Prime, Nemesis Prime and Drift!Also on display is the prebuilt, pre-painted Furai Action version of the IDW Optimus Prime kit, as well as Kuro Kara Kuri Star Saber and Shattered Glass Drift. Click Image to Read the Full News Story Now
  2. Famous Transformers fansite Collider has posted images and a trailer for the upcoming third season of Transformers Cyberverse, now to be known as Transformers Bumblebee: Cyberverse Adventures! If that's not enough, Collider has also revealed a bunch of new characters and figures! On the character side, we've got five all-new names: Hammerbyte, Iaconus, Metorfire, Thunderhowl, and Wildwheel. Click Image to Read the Full News Story Now
  3. Longtime manga publishers Viz are moving to complete first-ever North American release of the Japanese G1 manga with Transformers: The Manga Volume 3, which is now up for preorder on Amazon for an SRP of $24.99. As with the previous two volumes the contents are by Ban Magami and Masumi Kaneda, and this final volume will bring us from Transformers: Victory through Zone, all the way to the endpoint of Japanese G1, Battlestars. Click Image to Read the Full News Story Now
  4. In what is almost surely an accidental reveal, Amazon.com has - with little to no fanfare - posted full details of the fifth wave of the Transformers Trading Card Game: Titan Masters Attack. Promising Titan Masters with mix-and-match heads alongside the Wreckers and a Fortress Maximus Titan Pack in every booster box, Titan Masters Attack will also feature a new card class known as Stratgem Cards which are said to allow for greater character customization. Click Image to Read the Full News Story Now
  5. Plastic model maker Flame Toys has announced the latest in their Furai Model series of Transformers action figure kits: G1 Optimus Prime! The kit is due in April 2020 for an SRP of USD $40, and features some optional extra hands as well as an energy axe and opening chest compartment.While anime-styled Optimus Prime interpretations are somewhat thick on the ground after all these years, the Furai Model has one very important feature that sets it apart, at least in RAC's opinion: it lacks the thick, ugly white frames around Optimus' pectoral windows first introduced in the Dreamwave years.
  6. Hasbro Pulse has interviewed IDW editor David Mariotte about a new project due out this April: a four-issue Transformers `84: Secrets & Lies miniseries! Picking up from last year's 35th Anniversary Issue #0, Secrets & Lies further ties the original Marvel G1 US & UK continuities together. Writer Simon Furman returns, along with his Issue Zero and Regeneration One collaborators: artist Guido Guidi and colorist John-Paul Bove! The text of the interview follows along with the cover art shown off from Guidi, Casey Coller, and Nick Roche. Click Image to Read the Full News Story Now
  7. As part of an ongoing series titled "Soundtrack Saturdays," the Transformers Official YouTube Channel has posted an excerpt from the background music for the original 1984 The Transformers TV series! Previously only officially available on a limited (and woefully incomplete) vinyl soundtrack, this move slightly increases the availability of the works of Robert J. Click Image to Read the Full News Story Now
  8. Daniel "Protoman" Arseneault has posted the first image of Wave 2 of WizKids' Deep Cuts assortment! As we've previously reported on, Deep Cuts are highly detailed, unpainted gaming miniatures of various characters and properties. Joining Optimus Prime, Megatron, Starscream, and Bumblebee from Wave 1 are Arcee, Ironhide, Soundwave, and Rumble & Laserbeak. Click Image to Read the Full News Story Now
  9. Thanks to Hasbro and Wizards Of The Coast for providing us this set for review!RAC unboxes the Transformers TCG Energon Edition boxset! Available directly from the Transformers TCG store, this gorgeous set includes 30 Transformers TCG Series 1 booster packs and a pair of storage boxes but ALSO some powerful special edition Character Cards printed on clear plastic, character-specific Battle Cards, and some extremely pretty dice, all packaged in a lovely Energon Cube box. Click Image to Read the Full News Story Now
  10. Following up on ExVee's list from yesterday, it's my turn to talk about what I liked most about Transformers in 2019! There's a lot of fun stuff I probably should've put here but a lot of it - like BotBots! - are already on ExVee's list, so why repeat ourselves when we can do something new? And so... Click Image to Read the Full News Story Now
  11. Garry Chalk, voice actor of Optimus Primal in the classic Beast Wars animated series, has posted a Christmas message to YouTube in the form of a song parody titled "Here Comes Megatron!" Uploaded by Candice Santora, the lyricist for the song, the video features Chalk both singing and playing the song on guitar. Click Image to Read the Full News Story Now
  12. IDW has announced a new crossover series starring - one way or another - your favorite `80s robots: Transformers vs. The Terminator!Writing the series is returning Transformers scribe, former TF editor and current IDW Editor In Chief John Barber, along with current Transformers editors David Mariotte and Tom Waltz. Click Image to Read the Full News Story Now
  13. Thanks to Eddy Melendez of the Talk Transformers Facebook Group for permission to share his photos! Recently found in a Dollar Tree store by Mrs. Melendez, these Transformers mini-figures stand about 2 inches tall, and include a card (and packaging!) using the character's original G1 package art! Available are Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Megatron, Soundwave, and Starscream all in robot mode, with Grimlock in Dino mode rounding out the assortment. Click Image to Read the Full News Story Now
  14. With many thanks to Facebook user Yu's Hobby Land, we finally have a look at the Nezha: Transformers series which will be airing in China in the near future! Fascinatingly, it seems to use the Cyberverse character models, if not outright being part of the same continuity. We make no claims to that as it's far too early to say! But it does at least explain why there are seemingly Nezha-branded Kre-O kits of Cyberverse characters. Click Image to Read the Full News Story Now
  15. Nezha Transformers, or possibly Transformers Nezha is a bit of a mystery. A Chinese-language Transformers production, we know next to nothing about the plot, or characters, or basically anything else except "This Exists, And So Do Some Toys." And now, by way of Weibo, we have another potential toy! Click Image to Read the Full News Story Now
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