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
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.
Can you believe that we still have a few unreviewed Transformers left even after Transformers Week? I know, it’s crazy. What’s worse is that we’ve put them off for so long that they’ve almost become Retro Reviews. OK, maybe not that old, but Dirge and Thrust certainly aren’t at the front of the collector community’s thoughts.
Transformers week races on and it’s my turn to deliver the next review. Fingers crossed, I hope I get a good one. Reaching into the pile of unreviewed toys, it looks like I’ll be taking us back a couple weeks with Generations Blurr.
Looking at our piles of unreviewed toys, there are quite a few Transformers piled up. That means it’s time for another theme week! Every day this week, Vault & I will be reviewing a recent Transformers release. Mainly, Generations, but some RtS will find it’s way in too. Today, I take a look at (Sergeant) Kup.
You wouldn’t know it from looking over our recent reviews, but I’ve bought a lot of the Generations TFs. I should probably get to reviewing those – some of them have been waiting for awhile, but I wanted to rush Scourge to the front of the line. I’ve always been a Scourge fan and I’m ecstatic he’s finally got a cool toy.
Well, my long search is at an end. After months of making the rounds between my local Wal-Marts, Toys R Us, and Target, I finally found a Transformers: War for Cybertron Soundwave. It’s been a very long time since I’ve had to hunt for a figure that hard, but lucky for me, I think it was worth it.
I don’t really have a Transformers budget, but I try to keep an eye on the franchise. I was hooked as a kid and there are certain characters I just have to buy when they get a new version, a redeco, or a reissue. But an e-mail from reader Jason L. reminded of one favorite character that I’ve never had as a toy: Kup.
On our forums, I was just talking about how I’m not really into characters that are “badass for badass’ sake”, but then I turned around and do a Drift review. It would appear that my hypocrisy knows no bounds, but the truth is I haven’t had a chance to read a comic with Drift. I bought him because he looked cool.