New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass)

Transformers News: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass)

Friday, January 10th, 2014 12:06AM CST

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The galleries of Seibertron.com kick off 2014 with a little flash. Up for your consideration, we present to you Generation 1 Reflector which is composed of the three individual cons Viewfinder, Spectro and Spyglass. In the Generation 1 cartoon however, they were not individually named. Reflector which got a wide release in Japan, was offered by Hasbro as a mail away exclusive in 1986 and was originally available for $10.00 and 2 robot points. We also have galleries of the KO Reflector which shows comparison shots with the official release. Click on the images to check out the galleries.

G1 1986 Reflector

Transformers News: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass)

Transformers News: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass)

Transformers News: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass)

Transformers News: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass)

Transformers News: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass)

Transformers News: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass)

Transformers News: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass)


G1 1986 Spectro

Transformers News: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass)


G1 1986 Spyglass

Transformers News: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass)


G1 1986 Viewfinder

Transformers News: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass)


KO Transformers Reflector

Transformers News: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass)

Transformers News: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass)


KO Transformers Viewfinder

Transformers News: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass)


KO Transformers Spectro

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KO Transformers Spyglass

Transformers News: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass)
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Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1540736)
Posted by padfoo on January 10th, 2014 @ 12:40am CST
This is an amazing gallery and an amazing figure. I want to add to add this to my collection. This was one of the most poseable and well designed G1 figures. I love it.
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1540737)
Posted by Bounti76 on January 10th, 2014 @ 12:44am CST
Very cool photos! Just wondering, why did you do a whole gallery of each KO figure? I thought you only did official releases in galleries (save for the KO Dinocassettes, which are prohibitively expensive).

I really like the G1 style box. That's a lot of trouble to go to for a knockoff, but pretty cool. Almost makes me wish Reflector had been a regular retail release in the US.
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1540741)
Posted by padfoo on January 10th, 2014 @ 1:14am CST
Seeing masterpiece Thundercracker holding G1 Reflector reminded me of how amazing Reflector would be if he got the masterpiece treatment. I hope it happens one day.
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1540750)
Posted by Cyberpath on January 10th, 2014 @ 2:52am CST
When Takara's MP Thundercracker gets a redo using the MP-11 mold, they should totally include a scaled "Reflector" camera that fits in his hand.
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1540752)
Posted by Venoose1 on January 10th, 2014 @ 3:01am CST
When Takara eventually get round to doing an MP Reflector, I wonder if it will be based on the G1 toy or the cartoon version? There's a significant difference between the two, although not quite as big a difference as say Ratchet and Ironhide.
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1540778)
Posted by YoungPrime on January 10th, 2014 @ 6:30am CST
I would grab a Generations Legends class version of these guys in a heartbeat. Updating these guys is way overdue.
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1540791)
Posted by RiddlerJ on January 10th, 2014 @ 7:22am CST
YoungPrime wrote:I would grab a Generations Legends class version of these guys in a heartbeat. Updating these guys is way overdue.


Well, there is the Reflector figure/partner that is going to be included with Legends Shrapnel. Though he's more of an accessory there.

Reflector always had a weird underdog status for me. He was kinda there in G1 but not a big player. I did have the original toy back when it was a mail away and he was awesome.

I would love to see an updated version, even it was just a deluxe Generations but I don't see that happening anytime soon. I did grab the Perfect Effect Reflector and he's a nice enough substitute until an official one pops up.
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1540802)
Posted by morphobots on January 10th, 2014 @ 8:01am CST
Cyberpath wrote:When Takara's MP Thundercracker gets a redo using the MP-11 mold, they should totally include a scaled "Reflector" camera that fits in his hand.


Perfect Effect included just such an accessory in one of the re-releases of their PE-11 Scout Force X set. But I wasn't about to drop $85 again just for that, no matter how cool it looked on display.
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1540828)
Posted by #Sideways# on January 10th, 2014 @ 9:23am CST
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Let's *URK* see what *OOF* you can *KREHK* see...!


Wow! How did you get so many in such good shape, dude? Those look fantastic, especially since they were pretty exclusive when they were out and children back then didn't really care for their toys.
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1540836)
Posted by Noideaforaname on January 10th, 2014 @ 10:08am CST
It's odd how the toy trio were all unique from each other, yet the cartoon homogenized them into basically clones (just with one having the lens).
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1540843)
Posted by welcometothedarksyde on January 10th, 2014 @ 10:23am CST
I though that a really cool idea for Hasbro to do, would be to have a G1 reissue line that gave cartoon accurate colors for the G1 toys. For some reason every reissue line has been toy colored. For example you could have anime Reflector where they're all green and purple, and you could have anime Shockwave where his purple is the cartoon shade rather than the toy's darker one, and you could have anime Astrotrain where he's in his proper purple and grey. Maybe I'm crazy, but that would really spice up the G1 toys and make them pop.

Great gallery, Reflector would look really sharp in his cartoon colors
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1587140)
Posted by Mindmaster on July 1st, 2014 @ 12:25pm CDT
With the great Age of Extinction still upon us, let's take a few steps in time and revisit some Generation One Encore reissues! Today's subjects are Autobots Trailbreaker and Hoist! Notable differences between the original pair and the Encore pair include cartoon-accurate visors on the Encore pair, as opposed to the red visor seen on the original Trailbreaker and yellow on the original Hoist. As usual, view the preliminary images below, and if your interest has been piqued, view the full gallery of each figure by clicking on any of their images or links!

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Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1587170)
Posted by Stormrider on July 1st, 2014 @ 3:44pm CDT
Great pictures. Hoist and Trailbreaker are some of my favorite G1. I love how each Encore has small changes compared to the original like eye color. Was the future of Encores mentioned at Botcon?
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1587309)
Posted by Sabrblade on July 1st, 2014 @ 11:50pm CDT
Stormrider wrote:Was the future of Encores mentioned at Botcon?
Encore is Takara's thing. BotCon only announces Hasbro's stuff.
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1587659)
Posted by Seibertron on July 3rd, 2014 @ 11:58am CDT
Bit of trivia with the Encore Trailbreaker and Hoist galleries ... no box pics because they were ruined in the flood 3 years ago. :(
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Posted by Autobot032 on September 30th, 2014 @ 1:00am CDT
Seibertron.com is proud to present our two newest galleries: New Galleries: Manga Compilation Lucky Draw Black Tracks and Transformers Collection Tracks

First up, Manga Complilation Lucky Draw Black Tracks. This gorgeous redeco of the G1 favorite just stands out amongst the collection and draws your attention. (Guess that's why they call them Lucky Draws? ;) )

And the second of our galleries is the original, the one and only, G1 Tracks. Flame hood deco and all, this classy blue Corvette turns into the classy Autobot with the voice so ritzy, you'd swear he was wearing an ascot!

You can see the full galleries for each figure by clicking their respective images below:

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Keep your optics tuned to Seibertron.com for the latest in news and updates, plus the best galleries around!
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1609675)
Posted by RhA on September 30th, 2014 @ 3:09am CDT
Great stuff.
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1609701)
Posted by Windsweeper on September 30th, 2014 @ 6:09am CDT
I'd love if they gave it an anime face like they did with encore bumblebee.

I'd love to see this mold repainted as Backstreet, Freeway and the Battlechargers.
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1609931)
Posted by Ultra Markus on September 30th, 2014 @ 6:36pm CDT
still one of my favorites
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1609976)
Posted by Mr_Autobot411 on September 30th, 2014 @ 9:57pm CDT
those are gorgeous.........
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1612354)
Posted by LOST Cybertronian on October 9th, 2014 @ 6:40am CDT
Seibertron.com is proud to present two new galleries: e-Hobby Exclusives Crosscut and Road Rage. Crosscut is a redeco of G1 Skids with a new head and sports a new scooter accessory. Road Rage is a redeco of G1 Tracks. Both have had recent updates via Generations Crosscut and BotCon Shattered Glass Tracks. Click the images below to access the full galleries.

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Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1612361)
Posted by megatronus on October 9th, 2014 @ 7:04am CDT
I was able to snag the Invasion bagged set during the Club's recent sale, and was going to sell the couple I don't need. I have one more reason to keep SG Tracks now...
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1612386)
Posted by RhA on October 9th, 2014 @ 8:26am CDT
Looking at these, I'm wondering- Is there ever going to be a Skids and Screech gallery?
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1612518)
Posted by Mkall on October 9th, 2014 @ 2:04pm CDT
It makes me oddly satisfied to have Classics Crosscut and Road Rage on my shelves.
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1614288)
Posted by Va'al on October 16th, 2014 @ 2:57am CDT
Today we have a set of galleries seven years in the making, due to their continuity and toyline issues in terms of categorisation: feast your eyes on Generation 1 1988 Headmasters and Masterforce Headmaster Juniors. These new additions to Seibertron.com's repository feature a number of repurposed US releases, including Cab, Wilder, Bullhorn and Cancer, along with Go-Shooter and updated Minerva with her Transtector. Why have both the US and the Japan releases all in the same group shots and comparisons, you ask? Well, they're such a small exception to the rule where the character is the same toy, and yet so radically different - this was the best way to handle them.

You may recognise this rationale from the Japanese Generations book from 2001, in which the same shots were used of toys who were different characters under Takara than they were for Hasbro, specifically the Headmaster Juniors and the Seacons. What really changes are the poses, but the figure is the same. But why not check it out for yourself by clicking on any of the images below?


Super God Masterforce Go Shooter (Transtector)

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Super God Masterforce Cab (Transtector)

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Super God Masterforce Wilder (Transtector)

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Super God Masterforce Wilder

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Super God Masterforce Cancer (Transtector)

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Super God Masterforce Cancer

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Super God Masterforce Bullhorn (Transtector)

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G1 1988 Nightbeat

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G1 1988 Siren

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G1 1988 Hosehead

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G1 1988 Fangry

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G1 1988 Horri-Bull

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G1 1988 Squeezeplay

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G1 1988 Muzzle

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G1 1988 Quig

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G1 1988 Lug

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G1 1988 Brisko

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G1 1988 Kreb

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G1 1988 Lokos

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Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1614295)
Posted by RhA on October 16th, 2014 @ 4:39am CDT
Glorious. Just glorious.
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1614321)
Posted by frogbat on October 16th, 2014 @ 7:06am CDT
i remember these guys and the 2nd batch of targetmasters not enthralling me as a kid. You know you'd spend hours perusing the catalogues eying potential acquisitions... that year wasn't my favourite.. pretenders were sucky too for me... think the powermasters were the only subgroup from that year I drooled over.

I have squeezeplay though and he had good articulation and i think he's one of the few from my collection that is almost intact.
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1614352)
Posted by Sabrblade on October 16th, 2014 @ 9:40am CDT
Technically, the little Headmaster dude for Goshooter is named "Shūta Gō", unless it was intentional to parse his name in the Japanese order of "last name first, first name last".
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1614469)
Posted by Noideaforaname on October 16th, 2014 @ 5:57pm CDT
Monster robots who's heads pop off and turn into little robots (one of which appears to be a fly-man hybrid)... oh how I wish these would get a modern update.
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Posted by Convoy on November 3rd, 2014 @ 8:21pm CST
Noideaforaname wrote:Monster robots who's heads pop off and turn into little robots (one of which appears to be a fly-man hybrid)... oh how I wish these would get a modern update.

Hell, I'd settle for reissues... of any Headmaster. (Including Juniors.)
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Posted by Va'al on January 13th, 2015 @ 6:57pm CST
Given the recent release and coverage of the latest Takara Tomy offering in the Masterpiece line - MP-22 Ultra Magnus - here at Seibertron.com we've taken the opportunity to look back on some older toys deserving of gallery treatment: the G1 Reissue Ultra Magnus, Movie Preview Version Ultra Magnus and Matrix Glow (Shining) Magnus!

All three appear in 2000/2001, sharing the same basic mold (the classic Diaclone redeco of Powered Convoy) with an Optimus Prime/Convoy basic robot-truck, and a trailer that becomes its armour. What the Reissue differed in from the original toy was mostly in the package, and included all the same accessories, from guns to missile launcher to fists. The other two, however, while coming with all the same parts, showed off very different decos (as you can see below): 'Shining' Magnus in its yellow translucent plastic, was somehow meant to show the Matrix glowing moment at the death of Optimus Prime in the 1986 movie, and the Movie Preview Magnus was a nod to promotional material of the animated feature, showing the red, black and blue deco (like its Diaclone predecessor) to the character rather than its final colours. Find out more about them in the galleries by clicking on the images below!



Generation One Movie Preview Version Ultra Magnus

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Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1638841)
Posted by steve2275 on January 13th, 2015 @ 8:06pm CST
pretty cool
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Posted by YRQRM0 on January 13th, 2015 @ 9:47pm CST
There's something beautiful about repaints standing next to each other man... :BOWDOWN:
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1638899)
Posted by dragons on January 14th, 2015 @ 12:51am CST
Yellow Magnus look better if it was blue and white yellow no comment what it looks like
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1638960)
Posted by ScottyP on January 14th, 2015 @ 8:18am CST
The Matrix Glow Magnus is one of my favorite Transformers ever. Something about it is just too cool. Never looks good in pictures but in hand it's a thing to behold.
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1639058)
Posted by Mindmaster on January 14th, 2015 @ 1:16pm CST
We here at Seibertron.com are pleased to present to the general public a trio of updates to our ever-expanding galleries; ladies and gentlemen, enter Generation One Million Publishing Skids and Screech and Encore Skids! Skids and Screech, redecoes of the original Skids and Crosscut respectively in decoes evocative of Revenge of the Fallen Skids and Mudflap, were released in 2009 as a mail-away exclusive to those who purchased Transformers Generations 2009 Volume 3. Encore Skids, also a 2009 release, features a slightly tweaked deco and a handful of tampographs in addition to stickers. As usual, if you would like to be taken to each full gallery, click either the links or the images themselves to be taken to them!

Transformers Encore Skids

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Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1639064)
Posted by Sabrblade on January 14th, 2015 @ 1:39pm CST
Trivia about Screech. His bio reveals that he is actually another version of Skids (but using a different name, likely to avoid confusion with the other Skids) who accidentally got pulled into the green Skids's world by an experiment that the green Skids was working on.

As Screech's bio was written by Simon Furman, and since the Marvel UK comics not only had G1 Skids lost in limbo for a few years before he finally got out, but also had Skids drawn with the Crosscut/Screech head for some reason (after skids got freed, that is), it is loosely implied (but NOT factually stated) that Screech might possibly be Marvel UK G1 Skids (with the green Skids being the cartoon version).
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1639093)
Posted by ishigoto on January 14th, 2015 @ 2:12pm CST
Right, because geewunners want to for homages to Bayformers. :michaelbay:
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Posted by Shockwave7 on January 14th, 2015 @ 2:13pm CST
Looking at all the pix of these G1 reissues makes me realize just how crummy some of them were. I know it was 80s tech, which just doesn't hold a candle to modern figures, but YUCK. It really seemed towards the end of the 80s there that the toy designers just phoned it in, and they weren't bothering to make them even look halfway decent. None of them look to have separated legs, they all seem to transform by flipping out the back end to form both legs as one solid piece. Even the ones that LOOK like separate legs are really just one leg with metal rods stabbed through them both so they can't be moved independently.

Keep your G1's. I'll take the newer figures. Sure there's no metal and no chrome on them, but they are light years ahead of the G1 figures in terms of appearance, poseability and fun.

The only reissue that MAY be of interest to me is Trypticon.
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1639119)
Posted by Noideaforaname on January 14th, 2015 @ 2:56pm CST
Not going to lie, I'd LOVE G1 versions of some of the good Movieverse characters. Bad cop Barricade out of Prowl? Yes please!
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1639122)
Posted by ScottyP on January 14th, 2015 @ 3:01pm CST
Shockwave7 wrote:It really seemed towards the end of the 80s there that the toy designers just phoned it in, and they weren't bothering to make them even look halfway decent.

You bring up fair points and I'm not here to debate your valid feelings towards G1 toys, but I do feel the need to go a little bit Turbo-Nerd here and point out that the Diaclone mold used for Skids was originally released in Japan in 1982, and therefore was probably designed in '80 or '81, which is very much not the "end of the 80s".
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1639127)
Posted by Metroplex79 on January 14th, 2015 @ 3:09pm CST
Shockwave7 wrote:Looking at all the pix of these G1 reissues makes me realize just how crummy some of them were. I know it was 80s tech, which just doesn't hold a candle to modern figures, but YUCK. It really seemed towards the end of the 80s there that the toy designers just phoned it in, and they weren't bothering to make them even look halfway decent. None of them look to have separated legs, they all seem to transform by flipping out the back end to form both legs as one solid piece. Even the ones that LOOK like separate legs are really just one leg with metal rods stabbed through them both so they can't be moved independently.

Keep your G1's. I'll take the newer figures. Sure there's no metal and no chrome on them, but they are light years ahead of the G1 figures in terms of appearance, poseability and fun.

The only reissue that MAY be of interest to me is Trypticon.

Ahem, many of the early G1s were from mid-late 70s designs. The 80s just slapped G1 names on them.
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1639156)
Posted by RhA on January 14th, 2015 @ 4:15pm CST
Those two look great.
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Posted by JelZe GoldRabbit on January 14th, 2015 @ 4:34pm CST
Metroplex79 wrote:
Shockwave7 wrote:Looking at all the pix of these G1 reissues makes me realize just how crummy some of them were. I know it was 80s tech, which just doesn't hold a candle to modern figures, but YUCK. It really seemed towards the end of the 80s there that the toy designers just phoned it in, and they weren't bothering to make them even look halfway decent. None of them look to have separated legs, they all seem to transform by flipping out the back end to form both legs as one solid piece. Even the ones that LOOK like separate legs are really just one leg with metal rods stabbed through them both so they can't be moved independently.

Keep your G1's. I'll take the newer figures. Sure there's no metal and no chrome on them, but they are light years ahead of the G1 figures in terms of appearance, poseability and fun.

The only reissue that MAY be of interest to me is Trypticon.

Ahem, many of the early G1s were from mid-late 70s designs. The 80s just slapped G1 names on them.


Nope, still early 80's for both Microman and Diaclone, think 1982-1984. Microman started in the 70's, and in accordance with Japanese law at the time, that year was stamped on the toys even though the toys were created a decade later.
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Posted by Autobot032 on January 14th, 2015 @ 9:50pm CST
Seibertron's camera has been on fire lately, new galleries left and right, it seems. You've seen some of our newest galleries in our news feed this week and we're going to keep on trucking with our newest G1 galleries featuring the Hasbro Commemorative Series line.

Seibertron.com is proud to present our newest galleries: Commemorative Series Perceptor, Skids, and Ultra Magnus

Speaking of Ultra Magnus, if you haven't seen our gallery of the newly released MP-22 Ultra Magnus, you can see it by clicking right here.

Without further ado, we present the Commemorative Series galleries, and you can see more of each figure by clicking on the pictures below:

G1 Commemorative Series Ultra Magnus

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G1 Commemorative Series Perceptor

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G1 Commemorative Series Skids

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Keep your optics tuned to Seibertron.com for the latest in news and updates, plus the best galleries around!
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1639229)
Posted by LOST Cybertronian on January 14th, 2015 @ 9:51pm CST
Shockwave7 wrote:Keep your G1's.


I do believe I will thanks. Nostalgia is a hell of a drug.
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Posted by ScottyP on January 15th, 2015 @ 9:20am CST
The TRU Skids in the galleries has all his stickers adhered well. Mine were a struggle to get on, and I'm sure if I looked at it some fell off and got lost. Anyone else have sticker grief with that one?
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Posted by Va'al on January 16th, 2015 @ 3:56pm CST
Here's another two galleries on Seibertron.com to help you through the final Friday lurch and the start of a good weekend - and another blast from the past it is! We're proud to finally show two very interesting redecos of Powermaster Optimus Prime and God Ginrai from Super God Masterforce.

First up is Nucleon Quest Super Convoy and Nebulan Powermaster partner Hi-Q, a 2001 Japanese Toys'R'Us Exclusive black redeco of the Optimus figure, including beam cannons and rifle, and the super robot head. The second bot is the fantastically orange Fire Guts God Ginrai (homaged in the 2014 BotCon set) formed by Godbomber and Super Ginrai, released in 2002 also as Japanese exclusive. Head below and through the galleries for more!


Super God Masterforce Nucleon Quest Super Convoy

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Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1639934)
Posted by ScottyP on January 16th, 2015 @ 5:11pm CST
One of the best reissues from that era, something about that mold where my reissue feels higher quality than the original.

Love the Fire Guts deco. Passed up on a great deal for Nucleon Quest back at TF Con. Damn this whole "making responsible choices" thing! Always wished that version also had the God Bomber done up in black too.

Maybe if they ever get around to an MP Ginrai we can see some of these decos again!
Re: New Galleries: G1 Reflector (Viewfinde​r, Spectro, and Spyglass) (1639942)
Posted by shajaki on January 16th, 2015 @ 5:24pm CST
=P~ =P~ =P~

one day.... one day...
Transformers Podcast: Twincast / Podcast #121 - SDCC 2015
Twincast / Podcast #121:
"SDCC 2015"
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Posted: Tuesday, July 21st, 2015