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Brief Reviews of Animated Lugnutz, Ratchet and Black Arachnia

Transformers News: Brief Reviews of Animated Lugnutz, Ratchet and Black Arachnia
Date: Thursday, March 20th 2008 5:43pm CDT
Categories: Cartoon News, Collectables, Reviews, Toy News
Posted by: i_amtrunks | Credit(s): Pascal From Cybertron.ca

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Cybertron.ca member Pascal has posted 3 new in brief reviews of Transformers: Animated figures Lugnutz, Ratchet and Black Arachnia.

These brief reviews give a quick rundown of the good and the bad of each figure, in both modes.

To check out Pascal's brief reviews, please click here.

Animated Grimlock Review With More Pictures.

Transformers News: Animated Grimlock Review With More Pictures.
Date: Thursday, March 20th 2008 11:36am CDT
Categories: Cartoon News, Collectables, Reviews, Toy News
Posted by: Tigertrack | Credit(s): Joopstra, Nekoman, First Gen

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The G-Man has been getting a lot of love laterly.

TFW member joopstra got a hold of this powerful bot and has a large gallery shared, including transformation pictures.
You can join in on the Seibertron conversation here in Nekoman's thread or check out the original posting here.

Can't wait until Seibertron gets a hold of this one so we can enjoy the goodness even more!

Video Reviews Of Animated Lugnut, Optimus, And Others!

Transformers News: Video Reviews Of Animated Lugnut, Optimus, And Others!
Date: Tuesday, March 18th 2008 6:00am CDT
Categories: Cartoon News, Collectables, Media, Reviews, Toy News
Posted by: Tigertrack | Credit(s): Peaugh

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Views: 24,587

Transformer fan and collector Peaugh shares his video reviews of many animated figures, but most importantly, also shares a review, and transformation demonstration of Animated Lugnut.

Besides having the transformation and weapons gimmick shown for Lugnut, Peaugh also shows a comparison to Voyager Bulkhead, so we can start making some scale judgements on these figures.

You can view Peaugh's Lugnut video here on Youtube, and also see an index of other reviews that he has done.

Thanks Peaugh!

The CounterPunch Articles: Why I like Transformers: Energon

Transformers News: The CounterPunch Articles: Why I like Transformers: Energon
Date: Monday, March 17th 2008 6:25pm CDT
Categories: Collectables, Editorials, Reviews, Site Articles, Toy News
Posted by: i_amtrunks | Credit(s): Counterpunch

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Seibertron's own Counterpunch has started a series of articles on how we, Transformers fans "have it good".

This series of articles will focus on what was good about certain toy lines of figures, focusing on the positive, rather than the negative.

In his third article, Counterpunch discusses all that was good and right with the Superlink/Energon series.

Let me take you back to 2004 briefly to the day I saw the first pictures of Transformers Energon Toys. “Those look terrible. I’m not buying that crap with its stupid clear weapons.”

Then I went to Wal-Mart and saw them putting out the display pallet for Energon. Ten minutes later I had picked out all the best paint app figures and was on my way into nearly two years of bitter frustration. I loved every minute of it.

Before talking about the toys, I want everyone to understand something about the Energon line, especially you new ‘movie’ people…This was, by far, the most difficult, evil set of TF toys to find in retail, ever. Concept Bumblebee you say? F’ your Bumblebee. Find me an Energon Grimlock and Swoop.


To read the rest of Counterpunch's article, please click here.
Please feel free to add your comments and thoughts on the topic in Counterpunch's original thread. Please remember that we are trying to keep these discussions positive, in relation to the articles.

The CounterPunch Articles: Why I like Transformers: Armada

Transformers News: The CounterPunch Articles: Why I like Transformers: Armada
Date: Monday, March 10th 2008 5:25pm CDT
Categories: Editorials, Reviews, Site Articles, Toy News
Posted by: i_amtrunks | Credit(s): Counterpunch

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Seibertron's own Counterpunch has started a series of articles on how we, Transformers fans "have it good".

This series of articles will focus on what was good about certain toy lines of figures, focusing on the positive, rather than the negative.

In his second article, Counterpunch discusses all that was good and right with the Micron Legend/Armada series.

The title alone brings with it a tide of discontent, disappointment, and overall dislike. Arguing for the high points in this line is like playing Devil’s Advocate. Childish, lacking articulation, and gimmick heavy, Armada is the whipping boy of modern Transformers lines. I have to admit, after being taken in by RiD, I was certainly taken back by Armada. Many of my early purchases of this line were actually due to boredom or just to buy something ‘fun’ (I was working a miserable, exhausting job as nighttime security for my University…). Needless to say, my first take on the toys, like many people who see them today for the first time, was not necessarily positive.

Interestingly enough, the line started to sell really well. Not only that, but there was a lot of hype and excitement around the series, much like Animated is causing today. There were people who were unhappy with this new series, but for the most part, those folks were able to get by on the new and exciting reissue G1 toys that were appearing from Takara. Hard to believe in a way, but Armada got less popular with collectors as time went by, where as most series toys seem to see a slow but steady gain in popularity.

Why take another look at this series? Do we really dislike these toys to the degree that popular opinion would suggest? I don’t think so... We all know the bad, I’m going to review some things which might just change your mind, well, that or have to justify to your girlfriend and/or wife why you are spending $40 on a Mini-con.


To read the rest of Counterpunch's article, please click here.
Please feel free to add your comments and thoughts on the topic in Counterpunch's original thread. Please remember that we are trying to keep these discussions positive, in relation to the articles.

The CounterPunch Articles: Why I like Transformers: RID

Transformers News: The CounterPunch Articles: Why I like Transformers: RID
Date: Thursday, March 6th 2008 4:48pm CST
Categories: Editorials, Interviews, Reviews, Site Articles
Posted by: i_amtrunks | Credit(s): Counterpunch

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Seibertron's own Counterpunch has started a series of articles on how we, Transformers fans "have it good".

This series of articles will focus on what was good about certain toy lines of figures, focusing on the positive, rather than the negative.

In his first article, Counterpunch discusses all that was good and right with the Car Robots/Robots in Disguise series.


I'm going to start this conversation with RiD/Car Robots as the basis. Beast Wars was fine and good, but I think of Car Robots as the Preface to modern day Transformers both in style and substance.

When I first saw RiD, I was to put it mildly, blown away. This was everything I had hoped for in Transformers from when I was a kid. Detailed toys, great sculpting, TOYS THAT WERE ACCURATE TO THE SHOW, and a Train combiner! (how f’n cool was that? Seriously, I'm an American kid and we never got that before)

Then, I found out that these toys were complicated. Damn Sideburn is really hard to Transform. What's going on here? Prime and Magnus combine? Megatron is a frickin puzzle? This was way, way more than I remembered from my G1 days of flip the legs out, pull the arms, flip the head, you're done. These toys were engineered in a way that was asking for adult and older collectors to actually handle them. They looked great and were fun/tough to transform.


Counterpunch continues on with the article, which you can check out in full in the original thread, and please feel free to add your comments and thoughts on the topic in Counterpunch's original thread. Please remember that we are trying to keep these discussions positive, in relation to the articles.

Gallery Of Exclusive Wonderfest Arcee In Generation One Colors

Transformers News: Gallery Of Exclusive Wonderfest Arcee In Generation One Colors
Date: Friday, February 29th 2008 8:38pm CST
Categories: Collectables, Movie News, Reviews, Toy News
Posted by: Tigertrack | Credit(s): Nekoman

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Do you long to own the exclusive Generation One colored version of the movie Arcee figure? Do you dig looking at toy galleries, drooling and wishing you could own that figure? Need more pictures to convince the significant other that it's a toy worth having?

Nekoman has been able to solve these needs with a gallery that he found that features the Exclusive Wonderfest Arcee Generation 1 Repaint.

You can view the gallery by 'Fat Guy' here.

And you can join Nekoman, and others commenting on this exclusive repaint in this thread.

With all the visual evidence you need to convince you, all you need to do now is come up with the scratch to buy her. Or try to ignore her...

Review Of CLASSICS Cliffjumper Custom Upgrade Set With Pictures

Transformers News: Review Of CLASSICS Cliffjumper Custom Upgrade Set With Pictures
Date: Tuesday, February 26th 2008 11:08am CST
Categories: Collectables, Reviews, Toy News
Posted by: Tigertrack | Credit(s): Iron Maniac

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Iron Maniac, Seibertronian and fellow Detroiter, has shared his review of this custom set.

We can all be jealous because he was able to score it for the comparably small amount of $60 (as opposed to the Ebay $150-$300).

The creator of the set is a group called the TFClub, and they also have plans for other customs to help to really jazz up your boring Transformers including the Emperor Starscream Upgrade Set for MP Starscream, and the armor/trailer for CLASSICs Ultra Magnus.

Join in the already existing discussion here.


We are looking forward to more reviews by Seibertronians that purchase this creative additions.


Now if TFClub would only set up a pre-order page for this stuff...

New Transformation Video of Animated Megatron

Transformers News: New Transformation Video of Animated Megatron
Date: Wednesday, February 6th 2008 3:51pm CST
Categories: Cartoon News, Media, Reviews, Toy News
Posted by: i_amtrunks | Credit(s): Pascal of Cybertron.ca

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Following on from our earlier report, Pascal of Cybertron.ca has posted a Youtube Video of Transformers: Animated Megatron's Transformation Sequence.

The video runs for just over 3 minutes, and shows the Transformation from Alt mode to Robot mode, as well as Megatron's articulation abilities.

To watch the video, please click here, and to see Pascal's original thread with images of Bulkhead and Megatron (including some updated images), please click here.

Review and Images of Animated Megatron and Bulkhead

Transformers News: Review and Images of Animated Megatron and Bulkhead
Date: Tuesday, February 5th 2008 3:47pm CST
Categories: Reviews, Toy News
Posted by: i_amtrunks | Credit(s): Pascal of Cybertron.ca

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Pascal of the Cybertron.ca boards has posted up a mini review and images of Transformers: Animated Voyager class figures Megatron and Bulkhead.

The Images show both figures in both modes, from multiple angles, with some nice close-ups.

To check out the reviews and images, please click here.

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Transformers Podcast: Twincast / Podcast #96 - Age of Extinction
Twincast / Podcast #96:
"Age of Extinction"
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Posted: Monday, July 7th, 2014