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  7. Today's Daily goes Primal with a look at the most humble and arguably attractive of the official released Beast Machines Optimus Primal toys. Not because the McDonald Happy Meal premium (shown right) was so good, more because the mainline toys didn't resemble the TV show character as well as they could have. The deluxe Heroic Maximal Optimus Primal figure (shown leff) hardly looked like the TV show character at all. Fortunately, the Blast Punch and Air Attach Optimus Primal figures were progressively better. Click Image to Read the Full News Story Now
  8. Today's Prime shot takes a look at some of these Transformers Armada Bubble Twist Optimus Prime candy toys. As you can see there isn't much, not even paint apps, to the roughly 2-inches tall figures that sold for $2 USD. The Super Mode Optimus Primes appear with the candy dispensers and some of the other characters and colors, shown left to right: blue Megatron, black Optimus Prime, purple Hot Shot, red Optimus Prime, and black Starscream. Click Image to Read the Full News Story Now
  9. Today's Optimus Prime shot looks at something in that was dead center to in Transformers apparel, the Optimus Prime Belt made in 1985 by Pyramid Industries. Made of an elastic-cloth for the belt, the coolest part is they used the pencil topper mold to make the buckle. Which is not much bigger then the original as it was made for small children, regardless of the "ONE SIZE FITS ALL" label. Click Image to Read the Full News Story Now
  10. The Daily Optimus Prime takes a look at all of the Optimus Prime collectibles in the Alt-Modes toy series. As with many of these things that span Generations, we get the Autobot Leader and the usual variants with Nemesis Prime, Silver Optimus Prime, Optimus Prime, and Ultra Magnus shown left to right. Click Image to Read the Full News Story Now
  11. Today's Prime shot takes a look at some of the Transformers exclusives offered only at 7-11 stores in America and Japan. Shown left to right is the 2019 Bumblebee Movie Nemesis Prime Japan exclusive, 2009 Revenge of the Fallen Slurpee cup USA exclusive, and the 2018 Masterpiece MP-711 Optimus Prime. The MP-711 being the most exotic 7-11 exclusive, crossover actually, made to date with a dedicated White and Green colors theme, the 7-Eleven corporate logo, and even a tiny Spike figure dressed in the 7-11 uniform to drive the 7-11 Roller. Click Image to Read the Full News Story Now
  12. Today's Prime shot takes a look at one of the later figures not made for the War Within series. The 6-inch Titanium Cybertron Heroes Beast Wars Optimal Optimus figure. Like others in the line, the mostly metal figure has no gun or accessories, but still retains the same modes. The well-articulated design turned out to be a pretty good recreation of the original figure (right). Click Image to Read the Full News Story Now
  13. Here's one out of left field. There are more than meets the action figures with Transformers from over the years as Hasbro has made all kinds of other playthings on their own or licensed to other companies. Today's Prime shot is taking a look at a couple of ball related toys in the Franklin Sports Transformers Revenge of the Fallen Air Tech baseball glove and Transformers Generation 1 plastic bouncing ball. Click Image to Read the Full News Story Now
  14. Today's Prime shot takes a look at the majority of the initial Generation 1 figures that began the series in 2007 along with the majority of figures made for Transformers movie franchise releases that closed out the series in 2009, and finally, a 2013 Rescue Bots game piece that wasn't part of the Robot Heroes line, but could have been. Click Image to Read the Full News Story Now
  15. Today's shot takes a look at the 2002 Takara Japan release of the Mega Super Collection Figure Victory Saber that was comprised of the Mega SCF Star Saber and Victory Leo figures. The Mega SCF toys were bigger and had some articulation. However, much like the ACT series, they didn't transform, included additional pieces, and you had to disassemble other figures to make the new ones. In this case, Victory Leo literally needed to be torn down into its limbs and torso to create the foot and shoulder rocket extensions. All done, the combination stands about 8 inches tall and looks a lot like what
  16. Today's Prime shot takes a look at the three different Attacktix figure molds that were released in the two Transformers series produced. introduced during the 2006 Transformers Cybertron series we got both the Galaxforce Super Robot and alternate Truck modes as game pieces for series 1. The following year in 2007 series 2 introduced a number of Generation 1 characters including Optimus Prime. Click Image to Read the Full News Story Now
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