It’s Monday night as I’m writing this review. Like a lot of other Masters of the Universe fans, I’m anxiously waiting to hear if the ultimate Castle Grayskull playset is going to be a reality, but the website must go on, and it seems I’m never at a loss for a Transformers review.
When it comes to Transformers, I’ve been mostly obsessed with the Prime figures (and their Arms Microns) ever since the First Editions started hitting. So I thought I’d be able to take a break with the return of the Generations, but Hasbro wasn’t about to release their stranglehold on my wallet!
Wednesday’s review is a bit late due to some Internet difficulties, but I think those are sorted out now. So without further adieu, here’s my write-up on one of the more interesting figures to come out of the Dark of the Moon line: Air Raid.
I’m rounding out the week with one more Transformers review. One of the more interesting and destructive Autobots on the original cartoon, I’m really surprised we didn’t get a figure of Wheeljack sooner in the Generations line. But he turned out pretty good, so I guess the wait was worth it.
It’s time for Transformers Reviews Catch-up! I don’t know how it happens, but we always seem to be running a bit behind when it comes to Transformers. Today’s review is about one of the coolest looking Autobots that ever KABLAMMED! his way onto the scene, Generations Warpath.