Hello all, I know it has been awhile, I recently found something at a local thrift shop and thought I would share. I bought what I thought was a 1989 G1 Powermaster Dreadwind for $3… but the more I looked at him the more red flags hit, once home I looked him up and found […]Read more "Recent find: G1 Dreadwind knockoff"
Hello there, welcome back, yeah I know, I have not published anything in awhile and for that I am sorry, but life has a way of keeping you busy in other areas sometimes. So the Powers of the Primes toy line wave one is just hitting US stores, If you have not heard of it, I […]Read more "A look at the upcoming Powers of the Primes toy line"
Hello everyone, welcome back. So I asked a question on the forums I frequent. “worst movie transformer, hold no punches, go for it!” and the response was great and varied, but a few entries were popular opinions. So I have rounded up the most popular worst transformers and made this article. Thank you everyone for your […]Read more "The worst movie transformers voted by my audience."
Hello all, I back again and I have been thinking about Hound. Not G1 Hound, but the Movie Hound. The most these two have in common besides the name is they are both Army vehicles and Green… G1 Hound was a more plain generic soldier used to round out the troops with very little personality […]Read more "My thoughts on Movie Hound."
Hello, well this might not be the article I am going to publish that I am working on but I thought I would take a break and make this quick one. I try to stay away from opinion based articles but I wanted to do this one so here we go. Dinosaurs have been part […]Read more "Dinosaur Transformers: Top 5 and bottom 5"
Hello everyone, I am so excited to bring you this article. I have wanted a G1 Megatron since 1984, they do not come up for sale around me very often and finances are what they are he has alluded me to this point. I did not really care which version of him (and there is […]Read more "Product review: Takara Transformers Collection #6 Megatron (G1 reissue)"
Welcome back, after writing about the Takara Diaclone line, I felt inclined to follow up with the other line that Hasbro used to make Transformers that Takara brought out. This one was called Microchange and it features some realistic looking every day objects that can turn into robots. You may notice a few numbers missing […]Read more "Takara Microchange line that became Transformers"