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Extensive Look at Takara Animated TA-02 Bumblebee

Transformers News: Extensive Look at Takara Animated TA-02 Bumblebee
Date: Monday, March 29th 2010 9:58pm CDT
Categories: Cartoon News, Reviews, Toy News
Posted by: Anonymous. | Credit(s): Mach, Raigers

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Views: 40,738

Float like a butterfly, sting like a gold bee.

One of the newest Takara Transformers, Animated TA-02 Bumblebee, has gotten into the hands of Japanese collector Raigers. We get pictures of the packaging in all of it's entirety and the figure itself in front of an Animated background. Major differences between the Hasbro version include the shiny paint job, the red Autobot Logo, and the black stripe in robot mode on the right of Bumblebee's chest. See the figure for yourself below.

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Video Review of Power Core Combiners 5-Pack Skyburst

Transformers News: Video Review of Power Core Combiners 5-Pack Skyburst
Date: Monday, March 29th 2010 2:45pm CDT
Categories: Reviews, Toy News
Posted by: Anonymous. | Credit(s): Peaugh

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Views: 31,552

It came from above!

The newest rebirth of the Aerialbots are in the Power Core Combiners toyline, under the name 'Skyburst'. The 5-Pack has gotten into the hands of Youtuber Peaugh, and he reviews the five airplanes. The central figure, a homage to Silverbolt, is the only one that has a robot mode, while the other planes act as drone limbs. Peaugh also shows the Skyburst drones combined with Autobot Searchlight with Backwind. Check out the video on Youtube or embed below.



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Video Review of Power Core Combiners Smolder & Chopster

Transformers News: Video Review of Power Core Combiners Smolder & Chopster
Date: Thursday, March 25th 2010 3:52pm CDT
Categories: Reviews, Toy News
Posted by: Anonymous. | Credit(s): Peaugh

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Views: 31,946

With certain Power Core Combiners in the collections of certain collectors in Asia, the figures were bound to get into the hand of Youtuber Peaugh. This video review focuses on Power Core Combiner Decepticon Smolder with Chopster, a 2-pack set for release in the summer of this year. Peaugh goes over just about everything in this review, which you can check out embed below, or on Youtube.



Peaugh's also cooking up reviews of Power Core Combiners Skyburst and Revenge of the Fallen Deluxe Ironhide, so keep yourself tuned to his Youtube page.

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Video Review of Power Core Combiners Searchlight & Backwind

Transformers News: Video Review of Power Core Combiners Searchlight & Backwind
Date: Thursday, March 25th 2010 2:46pm CDT
Categories: Reviews, Toy News
Posted by: Dead Metal | Credit(s): Forgotten, Peaugh

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Views: 26,417

Peaugh has uploaded his video review of the upcoming Power Core Combiner 2-Pack Searchlight with Backwind.
See it by clicking here or right here on seibertron.com.


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Video Review of Power Core Combiners Bombshock!

Transformers News: Video Review of Power Core Combiners Bombshock!
Date: Thursday, March 25th 2010 1:50pm CDT
Categories: Reviews, Toy News
Posted by: Dead Metal | Credit(s): Firebird, jynxer, Peaugh

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Views: 30,405

Peaugh has gotten hold of the upcoming Transformers Power Core Combiners, PCC for short, Bombshock with Combaticons and has decided to post a video review of this set.
You can view the video ether by clicking here or just by scrolling down.


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Video Review of FansProject Warbot Defender / Springer!

Transformers News: Video Review of FansProject Warbot Defender / Springer!
Date: Wednesday, March 24th 2010 1:47pm CDT
Categories: 3rd Party News, Reviews, Toy News
Posted by: Dead Metal | Credit(s): Convotron, Rodimus Minor, Cannonfodder4000, Vangelus, Subtitles

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Views: 32,475

Vangelus has reviewed FansProject's first stand alone figure, the Warbot Defender.
The video quality can be off at times as youtube is still processing it since it's pretty lengthy. But this minor problem should be resolved soon.
You can view it right here or by clicking here!


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TFSource video review for WST Shockwave and Blaster

Transformers News: TFSource video review for WST Shockwave and Blaster
Date: Friday, March 12th 2010 10:01am CST
Categories: 3rd Party News, Reviews, Toy News
Posted by: Dead Metal | Credit(s): TFSource

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Views: 24,291

Valued seibertron.com sponsor TFSource.com has posted a video review of the recently released JustyToys WST Blaster and Shockwave.


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Transformers: Bumblebee #4 Reviewed - Something Happens!

Transformers News: Transformers: Bumblebee #4 Reviewed - Something Happens!
Date: Monday, March 8th 2010 11:51pm CST
Categories: Comic Book News, Reviews, Site Articles
Posted by: Tigertrack | Credit(s): IDW Publishing

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In the new lineup of IDW TRANSFORMERS comics, it's really hard to compete with THE LAST STAND OF THE WRECKERS. And then it's also just as hard to not be quite as bad as TRANSFORMERS ONGOING is. This is exactly the kind of book we have here, something in between the fun, and fantastic story of LSOTW, and the overly 'drawn' out and serious TRANSFORMERS ONGOING series. Puns intended always...

So here you have a review of the middle child of the IDW TRANSFORMERS books, TRANSFORMERS BUMBLEBEE Issue #4.

The series has been slow-paced until now. Snail slow. Its art does not lend one to openly love it, or berate it (like its two brother titles), but at least you don't need name drops, or tags everywhere to know who's who. The book's cast of characters is stuck in neutral, not really seeming to grow or change, all hiding from the government now that they have been duped.

And yet with one single issue (albeit, the last issue), we now 'RATCHET' things up a notch, so to speak, as Bumblebee deals with the situation he created in the last issue.

LAST ISSUE SYNOPSIS: SpOiLeRs

Bumblebee feels time running out on his newly found freedom, as Skywatch seems to get closer and closer to discovering his little secret, and thus, putting a quick end to any ideas the Autobots had of escaping this alliance that they so hastily joined.

But wait! We have a savior for Bumblebee and friends, as the creator of the control board for their badges left his spare around for the bots (and cons) to track down to his home.

Ratchet and Wheeljack communicate to Bumblebee that with the right tinkering, the next time the board is activated it can burn out all the control badges! Hooray shouted the Autobots...

Boo shouted the readers as Bumblebee used the poor, lonely daughter of the engineer to procure the control board, offering her false friendship and security for the ability to modify the board, under the false pretense of protecting her father (That statement sounds a lot like one of those, 'your mother tells you what your father always says is a lie, and your father says what your mother states is always true...OUCH!).

Anyway issue #3 left us with bad feelings all around as Bumblebee gets the job done, but at what cost to his conscience?


Enter Issue #4 (which takes place before events in TF ONGOING #5). Since nothing happened last issue something has to happen this issue. It is only a four issue mini-series, right? It's now or never!

In that sense the story in issue #4 does pay off. As I said, something does happen. Something that might make you actually want to pick this book up this month, and not ignore it. Something so spoilerific that I cannot mention it anymore specifically here, or IDW would have my head for ruining the book for everyone.

What I can tell you is expect that Skywarp is FINALLY ready to make his presence felt, as he takes the penultimate step in being prepared for Megatron's supposed return to Earth. His goal is nothing less than Autobot enslavement, and to beat Soundwave, and Starscream out for the spot of Megatron's right-hand lackey. Who knew Skywarp cared for such things? We do now.

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The issue mainly focuses around Bumblebee, Skywarp, and the father and daughter that Bumblebee was using/protecting. Credits to Ratchet and Wheeljack for their straight-faced performances as uncaring robots, and to Cliffjumper for his devil-may-care scene stealing attitude.

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Be on board as we see humans inside a transforming TRANSFORMER. Whether they are squished or not, you'll have to see for yourself.

Stay tuned as the young, reluctant, heart-on-his-sleeve hero/leaderbot makes some drastic changes to his thinking, and perhaps, makes the ULTIMATE sacrifice!!! (Or maybe something else entirely).

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**Story Note** Does anybody else cringe when they see Blaster and wonder why the control badges are even a factor with him around? Seriously, he's the communications dude. He can't 'jam' a little Earthman made signal? Blaster, Blaster, Blaster, one too many Kremzeeks jumping in and out of your chest plate, I guess. Might want to work on that jamming thing if your group is ever set free, even though they probably should not have been duped in the first place. Shenanigans all around!**
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Like I said, it is way too easy for me to ruin this comic for you (and thus, the series), so I suggest a purchase if you have been paying attention to the Bumblebee series at all. This one is interesting, and exciting (sort of). Some readers will no doubt still be disappointed, as the story is still revolving around humans, and showing the Transformers as pretty helpless beings compared to the might of the human race! GO EARTH!

If you read my reviews, you know I don't break down every aspect of the book. Mostly I just pick up on story points, and comment some on overall art. These are the two aspects that are the reasons we read the comics, so to me they are the most important to comment on. I'm not a page by page guy, nor am I one who will give away the main 'GOOD' stuff. I want you to still read it for yourself, and make your own conclusions, and maybe even pop back into my review, and think to yourself, "oh that's why he said that comment that made absolutely no sense."

Thanks for reading. Pick up the book if you want, or don't (and wait for the trade), but if you've been waiting, like me, for something to happen in this series, well, you can actually say that something actually did happen in it after reading issue #4.

Check out the five page preview here, if you want to get a feeling for the book. Then head to your local shop and pick it up this WEDNESDAY, if you're interested in reading the rest before a trade is released down the road.

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Written by Zandar Cannon and art by Chee, Cover by Chee and Guido Guidi

When BUMBLEBEE has a change of heart and goes back to help a little girl whom he had used to discover her father’s secrets, he finds himself pursued by the terrifying and unstoppable SKYWARP! BUMBLEBEE’s big adventure as leader of the AUTOBOTS comes to an explosive and thrilling conclusion!
Transformers: Bumblebee
32pg.
Color
$3.99 US


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In-Depth Gallery of Voyager Seaspray

Transformers News: In-Depth Gallery of Voyager Seaspray
Date: Monday, March 8th 2010 6:16pm CST
Categories: Reviews, Toy News
Posted by: Anonymous. | Credit(s): chenkofs of HK-TF

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It seems the motto at Hasbro productions is 'go big or go home', as we've recently seen plenty of our favourite mini-bots become Goliath in larger class sizes. The latest is Voyager Seaspray. While we've seen Seaspray several times throughout the new year, nothing gets as in-depth as this. Courtesy of chenkofs from HK-TF, the figure set for release this summer can be seen up close and personal right now!. Check it out below!

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Video Review of RPM Soundwave

Transformers News: Video Review of RPM Soundwave
Date: Sunday, March 7th 2010 11:27pm CST
Categories: Reviews, Toy News
Posted by: Anonymous. | Credit(s): Youtube member fxfranz, cannonfodder4000

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Views: 20,425

A few months ago, we saw RPM Soundwave before in packaging. It seems that the figure has hit mass retail and has ended up in the hands of Transformers collector and Youtube member fxfranz. In the review, he goes over as much as you can with an RPM figure. The RPM line looks to be selling strong, as the concept will stay with Transformers, unlike the now defunct Robot Heroes. Thanks to the watchful eye of Energon Pub member cannonfodder4000, you can check out the review embed below or via Youtube.



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Transformers Podcast: Twincast / Podcast #109 - I Can Deal With That
Twincast / Podcast #109:
"I Can Deal With That"
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Posted: Monday, January 19th, 2015