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    Personal trainer by trade, massive transformer collector too!
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  1. I know its just a different paint job but I REALLY love this figure. Its shattered glass blurr. He’s just stunning. The lightning bolts etc are amazing
  2. I’m not 100% on all of the names on here, however I just thought that I’d share with you guys a true piece of transformers history. Where you can see where all of your favourites originated from.
  3. Anyone else used to love it when them toy catalogues used to fall out of your brand new figure?! Here a Japanese G1 one from 1987
  4. Pretty much every kid I knew had this guy. Basic but a great little toy. It’s G1 seaspray. 1 is an original hasbro, the other an original Greek version
  5. In this video we can have a detailed look at 2 members of the multiforce team. They are the space shuttle Mack and the truck Tackle. These are absolutely genius as they are individual bots both with alt modes. But then you can combine them with each other in 2 different ways, then combine with the other members of the multiforce team a staggering 30 different ways. Plus they can all combine to form a giant robot called Landcross. If you want to see more of him just type landcross in to the search bar on this channel.
  6. My reaction to the haslab news plus i use a seige hound to do more detailed size comparissons with the original figures and show you the victory leo box art they mentioned ⁠
  7. Here’s a quick video showcasing victory sabre. I decided to give him his own video as to truly showcase this amazing figure. You can see him combined in both modes. How big he his compared to G1 and newer seige figures. Plus look at the artwork on the boxes too. By giving him his own video, along with victory Leo and star sabre you can then choose which one you want to see.
  8. Here is a look at one of my favourite generation one figures. This guy is a Japanese exclusive and he is incredible. He is huge as well, which I’ll show you with some size comparisons. I’ll show you him in both modes and combined. I’ll show you his accessories and what to look out for if after one yourself. We can also look at his packaging and the artwork on it. If you’re thinking of collecting Japanese exclusives, this guy is a must. I hope I do him justice on this video.
  9. Here is one of my all time favourite figures and the main reason I got in to collecting generation one Japanese exclusives. I hadn’t even seen the cartoon Victory yet but I had seen pictures of this figure and was so intrigued I had to get one. It truely is an amazing toy and I hope I do it some justice in this video. See him here in all of his modes, his combined modes and his modes where he’s combined with victory Leo too. I’ll also show you both types of packaging he was released in and the difference between the toys.
  10. Here’s a look at all four 1991 Autobot turbomasters. They are Boss, Scorch, Flash and Hurricane. These were exclusives and not released in the states. In this video I’ll show you all 4 of them in both modes. I’ll show you their missile launchers that wouldn’t pass US safety standards, as they are quite powerful. We can then look at them in some gig Italian packaging where you can see that sometimes they change their names.
  11. In this video we can have a look at the ( main ) cast of the autobots from the Japanese exclusive victory cartoon that was aired in Japan in 1989. I do have countdown, god ginrai, wheeljack and perceptor but they’re all in their own video, not on this one. This is just a quick basic look for people who are unfamiliar with the cartoon and toys. As you’ll see that most of them are combiners and I have them in both individual and robot modes. I have also left the wings on great shot down as they blocked braver and you couldn’t see him. I’ll also show you a couple of boxes too, so you can see the amazing artwork.
  12. In this video we can have a look at the ( main ) cast of the autobots from the Japanese exclusive victory cartoon that was aired in Japan in 1989. I do have countdown, god ginrai, wheeljack and perceptor but they’re all in their own video, not on this one. This is just a quick basic look for people who are unfamiliar with the cartoon and toys. As you’ll see that most of them are combiners and I have them in both individual and robot modes. I have also left the wings on great shot down as they blocked braver and you couldn’t see him. I’ll also show you a couple of boxes too, so you can see the amazing artwork.
  13. Heres some of my sealed age of extinction collection. All are misb or mosc.
  14. In this video I will hopefully bring back some happy memories for you guys as we have an in depth look at generation one Optimus Prime. I can show you 16 different variants from around the world including 13 boxed and 3 more loose. 1) Loose ceiji 2) error box bloated parts 3) hasbro boxed 4) Canadian boxed 5) ceji 4 language box 6) ceji red foot boxed 7) takara boxed gig rubber wheels boxed 9) MB boxed 10) goodbye convoy set boxed 11) iga boxed 12) iga loose red eyes 13) iga loose red eyes light blue plastic 14) Mail away boxed 15) Spanish gold box 16) English gold boxed
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