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  • DX Providus

    If this guy's punch is hard enough to send zords flying through space & time, then imagine how effective it would be at killing monsters. I mean, look at the size of that fist! Lol

    Scarfang_The_Slayer   12 weeks 5 days ago
  • Nice. I think we definitely need all these. We're all clown, all the time lately and I just got the NECA Pennywise as well as circling back to get one of the Amok Time Killer Klowns that I never got when they came out. Too bad about the Ben figure though. He was definitely one of the better characters in the movie and the figure's intense facial expression doesn't really reflect who he was.

    NekroDave   12 weeks 6 days ago
  • I love that these toy sculpts instantly remind me of the old Arii model kits. But I'd really like to see something like the old Shogun Warriors done in this style.

    BraveMSW   13 weeks 12 hours ago
  • Hot Rod

    Actually I just watched it last week and uh... y e a h

    Let’s just say I wish I didn’t

    quinncat   13 weeks 5 days ago
  • Hot Rod

    FWIW, The Last Knight is currently on Amazon Prime. If you're into that sort of thing.

    Heavyarms   13 weeks 5 days ago
  • Stinger

    It'd be nice if they'd went with the transforming arm. But it seems like there's a certain ceiling with this line when it comes to detail & quality, so I'm not surprised.

    Optimal III   13 weeks 6 days ago
  • Would love to see it next to a GoLion Jumbo or the vinyl Dairugger XV from a few years ago. Nice pick up!

    ChemicalEggs   13 weeks 6 days ago
  • Stinger

    Does the arm cannon inaccuracy bother you as it kind of goes against the idea of the studio series’ commitment to accuracy, or do you not care at all?

    quinncat   14 weeks 4 hours ago
  • Bumblebee

    I never liked the bayformers design of Bumblebee, or really most of the characters, so it really doesn't make a difference how good this figure is. It looks like it's well engineered, but it seems like another attempt for Hasbro to milk it's evergreen characters without bringing anything new to the table. Was there a SHORTAGE of movie bumblebee toys? no. However I am glad the Studio Series exists because it brought us the excellent BLACKOUT. That's an epic toy that needed to be done in this fashion.

    JoshB   15 weeks 6 days ago
  • Bumblebee

    So this Bumblebee is pretty divisive, what do you people think about it? Does yours have qc issues or not?

    quinncat   15 weeks 6 days ago
  • Rotary Kidd

    Part of the Wheelman series but surprisingly debuted in ep. 9 of Battlehackers along with Twin Cam Jimmy who tagged along. Jimmy also being part of the Wheelman series,these guys were infiltrating a Gurendos plot involving blowing up a power plant. Rotary Kidd is more of like a stealth spy than anything else like Soundwave's operations for example.

    He is voiced by Houchu OHTSUKA and you might remember him as Yazan Gable from Z Gundam,Ultra Magnus in TF Headmasters and Gaihawk from TF Victory as well as Tapp Oceano from Metal Armor Dragonar. Funny enough,the voice of Blue Jet and R.Jettan as well as Luke Stewart's voice seiyuu do have roles from Battlehackers to Dragonar too. It's Obari as FUCK in this his-ouse!

    Oh and this guy is Signalman from Carranger and Deneb from Kamen Rider Den-O. Wow,this guy,man. Wait,he's also the narrator from Kamen Rider Gaim?! This is even better than I expected.

    RyugaSSJ3   16 weeks 2 days ago
  • Jet Riser

    So yeah,I've been watching the series for some time now. Akira Amachi here is your typical rash,brazen shonen hero for mech anime. We've all seen it from Gundam from Amuro to Kamille to Shinn Asuka but where these guys get a lot of time for development,I feel Akira's (insert your Akira reference here since he gets to ride a bike named Twin Cam Jimmy later on as a reward from ep. 8) character development is quite nice and he doesn't come off as a whiner..most of the times. From the first episodes,he was the first to wanna make a difference in ep. 6 while the Good luck kids were expected to take refuge in a hotel but in ep. 5, that proved ineffective because of spies lurking around the area.

    Ep. 7 is where both Mia White and Patricia were questioning that they were being sidelined to wait for the war to end and not being able to get back home to Earth. Funny that this contrasts to TF where the Autobots need to find energy to get back home while also stopping the Decepticons,the kids of Good luck are stranded on an alien planet and THEY have to get back home since the Electronic Planet B-1 is already looking like its seen better days.

    Akira himself is pretty much brash and impatient kinda like the Battlehackers but later on after ep. 8,he feels like he has been integrated into the ranks of the Battlehackers. The Battlehackers are more like shock troops or the guerilla force which is pretty interesting considering this is a kids show but then again,Revenge of Cronos has a lot of robo gore and violence so yeah,this one was more of 'You die once...GAME OVER'.

    Though throughout the series,we do get to pay attention to select members here and there because there are many of them. Akira does team up with the likes of Mach Blaster,Garzack,R. Jettan,his bud Luke Stewart,F-1 Jack,Twin Cam Jimmy,Jet Winner Robo in ep. 13 where the Jet got a new head and the goof ball of the kids - Zen Ogawa and also Mia White (who I feel was underused out of the Good Luck teens).

    At least Akira ain't angsty like a LOT of mecha anime shonens out there. He's funny at least and has some goofy expressions to boot. Overall,he ain't bad. The toy...I'm gonna get it near the end of this year,baby!

    RyugaSSJ3   16 weeks 2 days ago
  • Jet Riser

    Thanks to him,we can finally see them. RAW.

    RyugaSSJ3   16 weeks 2 days ago
  • Battle Riser

    Thanks to RetroRobotRadio on Youtube,Luke Stewart wears a blue space-suit and seems to be the Kirk of the Good Luck Teens who crash-landed onto the Planet B-1 while it was having a civil war between the Argos who are the Machine Robos and the Gurendos who were these green turtles known as Sitappas (Underlings),Uwappas who were the blue fly boys and their generals who are these high-school delinquent tributes and one of them is a Yakuza by the name of Yazand.

    Luke and the others were pretty much the straight men to the Machine Robos. He's pretty calm and collected. I dig him but his toy looks freakin' amazing. A shame this series didn't came out outside of Japan.

    He's always Akira Amachi's partner in crime when it comes to dishing out pain in the anime.

    RyugaSSJ3   16 weeks 2 days ago
  • Path Finder

    I'm guessing Astro Megazord/Galaxy Mega might be inspired by her.

    RyugaSSJ3   16 weeks 2 days ago
  • Umi Ryuuzaki

    Ahhh,there's my water dragon babe.

    Now if only Bandai and the Soul of Chogokin FA can give us the Rune Gods but for me,Selece,I'm gonna have a Dragonzord and Selece knockdown!!

    RyugaSSJ3   16 weeks 3 days ago
  • Looks like Prometheum ain't the only one with this guy.

    https://www.collectiondx.com/gallery/v/Collections/RyugaSSJ3/20180728_210413.jpg.html

    https://www.collectiondx.com/gallery/v/Collections/RyugaSSJ3/20180728_210406.jpg.html

    https://www.collectiondx.com/gallery/v/Collections/RyugaSSJ3/20180728_210338.jpg.html

    RyugaSSJ3   16 weeks 3 days ago
  • Optimus Prime

    I feel a similar way about it, in terms of Voyager movie primes, it’s the best but I don’t know how well it compares to the movie masterpiece or the revenge of the fallen leader, even though I don’t have the masterpiece, I do have the rotf leader and I still think that one might be better than the studio series Prime, but honestly it’s close!

    quinncat   17 weeks 23 hours ago
  • Optimus Prime

    Hard to say for me. Never been big on the movies or movie toys. But I'll go this far. This is probably the best figure for anyone to buy who isn't willing to spring for the Masterpiece version.

    Optimal III   17 weeks 1 day ago
  • Optimus Prime

    What do you people think about this figure, is it the definitive movie Voyager Optimus Prime for you?

    quinncat   17 weeks 6 days ago
  • LEGO Ideas Voltron

    Check out that late 80s "Lego Space" style CGI with grid lines background on the box.

    TimF   20 weeks 1 day ago
  • Tux

    Tux is probably my favorite gobot, he’s great! I’m really glad there’s a review of him!!

    quinncat   20 weeks 2 days ago
  • Tux

    Will you be reviewing the remaining Super Gobots as well?

    VZMK2   20 weeks 3 days ago
  • Only 20 bucks in 1979!

    Tetsuryu   20 weeks 3 days ago
  • LEGO Ideas Voltron

    Pretty sure this is going to be the first Lego set I've bought for myself in almost 20 years.

    Optimal III   20 weeks 4 days ago
 
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