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  1. Transformers Energon's answer to Devastator was the peculiar but intriguing Constructicon Maximus made up of, you guessed it, the Contruction Team, with Steamhammer, Sledge, Duststorm, Wideload and Bonecrusher (No, not THAT Bonecrusher, or the other one,lol)
  2. Following from last week's Burticus Maximus review, we delve next into Transformers Energon Superion Maximus. While a wild take on the Autobot airplane combiner we usually know of from the Aerialbots, this time we have the Air Team with Storm Jet, Sky Shadow, Terradive, Treadshot and Windrazor...wild.
  3. Ages ago I looked at the original Jetwing Optimus Pirme, a beast of two figures in one. But now, I have a chance to look at the Legends version...and I might like it better!
  4. Something a little different this Friday as we look back at the Transformers Animated Happy Meal set (minus Lugnut whom we looked at previously. THAT review is linked as a card). The set includes Optimus, Bee, Ratchet, Megatron and Starscream!
  5. Following from Tuesday's wacky odds and ends review, this is part 2 of that, just to clear out clutter of items not needing their own reviews. This time we include stickers, kreons, a Kreo Optimus Prime, a KO sharkbot thing and even a little dash of G.I. Joe!
  6. This set of mini reviews that I like to call odds and ends covers a few quirky pieces of Transformers releases, KO's and merch that probably doesn't deserve its own review but makes for a fun little hodge-podge to explore together!
  7. The latest reuse/remold of the Transformers Studio Series Junkion motorcycle mold is Scrapheap. His transformation is a little different but the real story is the remolded chest. On my copy, it is almost an impossible bear to navigate. That said, once managed, both modes look terrific and the joints are tight.
  8. It's time for the big-mouth bike bot known as Transformers Studio Series The Last Knight Mohawk, with comparisons to the Dr. Wu Mozart!
  9. It's finally time to look at EVERYTHING Haslab Deathsaurus - compared to my custom combiner version of him, FansProject Dinoking and Victory Saber, micromasters, chest minions, accessories, throne and the whole kitchen sink! I also finally get to answer was he worth it? The answer surprised me!
  10. Today I look at the Transformers Legacy United captain of the Tidal Wave and leader of the villainous pirate clan known as the Star Seekers, Thundertron himself!!
  11. Taking a look at the Transformers Beast Wars Scorponok reissue alongside my heavily customized original versions. Old or new, they both make the Kingdom mold obsolete!
  12. Transformers Legacy United keeps the creativity up with the rockin' and rollin' trike made of lava and stone named Bouldercrash! At first, I was put off by the post on the back and worried about it's effects. BUT...as it turns out, it's not obtrusive at all and serves a neat accessory storage function. He's actually really grown on me!
  13. As a big fan of Beast Wars, it's refreshing to see a little love for Beast Wars 2, not only with the Lio Convoy in evolution but now the very interesting Tasmania Kid in Transformers Legacy United! Some call him Snarl, as well. Take your pick for this core class who is a true blue legends scaled offering in every sense of the word!
  14. Transformers Legacy United Magneous is a departure to the bots we know and love, but, man, he is magnificent!
  15. I wasn't sure if I wanted Transformers Legacy United Rescue Bots Chase, but after a couple of conversations where folks saw a Lockdown in this mold, I wanted to check it out. Love the look, love the leg transformation, but them shoulders...are...not great.
  16. Huge shout out to Ultra Megatronus for the early Christmas gift. Wheeljack is my guy but wasn't sure how I'd feel about the Bumblebee movie version. He sure captures the look of the character...then I got to that transformation...WILDLY excellent.
  17. We all know fans are hard on human characters in Transformers, but the good ole exosuit adds another layer. While I only ever had interest in a version of Spike and Daniel, I won't lie, after Rise of the Beasts and Studio Series, I have to admit, I completely dig Exosuit Noah Diaz!
  18. Much like the peculiar Starscream from last week, this time we look at an often released legends class version of Optimus Prime. He appeared in multiple lines across 2010 to, at least 2017, if not later. This particular version has a sword with blue head but black legs. I cannot find any iteration of this particular combination for this mold though. Odd.
  19. Not the type of vehicle I'd expect in the Velocitron Speedia 500, but Transformers Legacy Scourge if quite formidable. Interestingly, his deco is actually a bit of a mix of a couple of homages, but it comes off looking quite sinister!
  20. This time I look at a real oddity of a legends Starscream. I'm unsure which particular version I have as this guy have several variants and was released multiple times from 2010 to 2017; from RtS to Chronicles, EZ Collection to being a dollar store release!
  21. As if the Studio Series 86 Dinobots aren't already impressive, enter the latest two upgrade kits for Snarl from Matrix Workshop and Tim heada. Only serves to make this dude beefier and more bombastic!
  22. Transformers Studio Series 86 Ratchet is yet another use of the Ironhide mold. It's okay, but I really detest the Transformation, at least the chest part, and am baffled, since they tried to pass this off as a voyager, why the hip skirt was still only one piece and why we missed the red stripe (while I also dislike both red crosses missing in both modes as well, I at least understand why that was). Dude is a mixed bag. I fixed a few things and compare this lad to the Ironhide and the Earthrise Ratchet.
  23. So, as a boy, I was once swarmed by ants (don't recommend it) so I have quite the aversion to them, but Transformers Legacy Evolution Selects Antagony is terrific and the Scavenger head is very nice, as for the Scavenger mode? Can't win'em all!
  24. I had never planned to look at the Transformers Studio Series Bumblebee Movie core class Shockwave, but here we are. This is awful for the Canadian MSRP of basically 20 bucks, taxes in, but for 4 bucks CAD at a dollar store? Sure. He scores...fine but I expect more and better from such a classic character.
  25. The time has come to look at the Transformers Studio Series '86 Ultra Magnus, dig deep and compare this big boy to not only the Earthrise but the Combiner Wars too, with the KBB KO of the Perfect Effect Core Fighter and X2Toys xt009 upgrades! This will be a beefy review!
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