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  1. A blast from the past with RiD 2001, or Car Robots if you prefer, and Super Sideburn. I think a lot here got refined over time in Generations but as wild as this robot was...at least he was animation accurate!
  2. Could Transformers Movie Masterpiece MPM-3 Bumblebee actually live up to the word "masterpiece" and could he be the best movie Bee yet? I'm about to find out!
  3. The odd Maximal known as Transmutate gets the Generations Selects treatment with the Paleotrex mold. I also show her next to the other Kingdom fossilizers and even next to Ramapge (Protoform X)
  4. Looking at the Transformers Movie Masterpiece MPM-8 Megatron! The MPM line has been hit or miss. However, Megatron might just live up to the hype!
  5. Transformers Battle Across Time brings unlikely dups together, like Maximal Skywarp and Sideswipe/ Both are based on pretty good molds, so they should make a pretty good set!
  6. Looking back at the Transformers Masterpiece Grimlock (The Toy R Us exclusive edition). I finally get to see how good this guy is and compare him next to the recent Studio Series 86 version. Interestingly, I see them as two distinct homages and which one will match your collection really depends on the homage you like best, and no, I don't just mean the difference between mainline and MP.
  7. A slight stampede of rhinos when we compare the Kingdom and Trilling 30 offerings of Rhinox!
  8. Not all Autobots are good, some come from the reverse dimension called Shattered Glass and few are as sinister as Blurr!
  9. Possibly the very best mainline, official Sharkticon we have ever gotten! Here's look at Studio Series 86 Gnaw and a look at him alongside the Pit of Judgment and all my Quintesson forces!
  10. Unexpectedly looking at the newest titan the Kingdom titan class Ark...or maybe the Last Autobot and Mainframe! I also compare him to Metroplex and a few other key characters!
  11. A look back at the Transformers Cybertron Unicron Trilogy Override GTS...in some circles they call this character Nitro Convoy!
  12. A parade of peculiar Transformers styled oddities (of varied KO and 3P quality); including headmasters, a micromaster, Springer, bee, Starscream and Optimus!
  13. Taking a look at the Transformers Studio Series 76 Thrust, who is a pretty terrific (albeit odd) Cybertronian seeker...but I think I might use this guy as someone else!
  14. Celebrating beast Wars with a look at the Transart Black Agent, their version of Ravage!
  15. TIme to look at the new Transformers Kingdom Scorponok in comparison to my highly customized original Beast Wars ultra class! More than a matter of who wins, is there room enough for both in my collection...or yours?
  16. In celebration of True Review 900, I do something different and kinda showcase various alt modes from numerous eras. None of these are mine, some are simple, some are complex but all come from the creativity and ingenuity of wonderful fans like you and me!
  17. You've heard of battle masters, target masters, headmasters, powermasters and brainmasters but this is an originally designed Medicmaster; a quirky little 3D printed Transformer-type character that can partner, most fittingly, with Ratchet!
  18. At long last, and in light of my many criticisms of the the Studio Series 86 Hot Rod, it is time to look at the case for Transformers Kingdom Rodimus Prime and see if he really does fill the bill, or not, for a commander class offering! Plus, we compare him to the POTP, ER Optimus and the season 3 cast!
  19. A look at the extremely impressive Transformers Studio Series 86 Wreck-Gar. This might just be the Junkion fans have been waiting for all along!
  20. Time to put Transformers Kingdom Track in the limelight, compared to RTS Tracks. Let's see how well the new one stacks up!
  21. I've dug the oddity known as the Transformers Kingdom fossilizers; and perhaps none are as odd, or as versatile, as Wingfinger!
  22. A look at the next in the Transformers Studio Series '86 line with Dinoboit Slug (or Slag if you are a G1 fan like me) and the abysmal Daniel (sooo shoulda been a sword). Luckily, our dinoboy here is pretty fantastic!
  23. Battlemasters, move aside, this 3D printed custom Pinpointer not only blows it away but has a brilliant transformation for something so small to boot!
  24. Had a chance to look at the Transformers movie Masterpiece MPM-7 Bumblebee. I wanted to like this, I really did. While it looks tremendous and has decent articulation, the Transformation is an atrocious mess that gave me zero joy. It completely fails to be fun at the one thing it needs to do, Transform!
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