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Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image

Transformers News: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image

Tuesday, April 10th, 2012 12:30AM CDT

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A second Rakuten listing has revealed a little additional information on the recently reported Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus. This listing includes a computer render revealing all three component parts and fully assembled robot mode. Powerglide will be joining Windcharger as one of the included mini figures. The third mini figure is also pictured in robot mode, and appears to be Cerebros. Image mirrored below.


This assortment is scheduled to arrive in July.

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Credit(s): Rakuten

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Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1367582)
Posted by waaaaghlord on April 10th, 2012 @ 12:40am CDT
Given that he's shown in grey while the other 2 are pictured as red and the stuff that looks to be hanging off his back I think the 3rd mini fig is Cerebros.

edit- I replied straight from the front page and hadn't seen your post DM. Great minds and all that...
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1367583)
Posted by zodconvoy on April 10th, 2012 @ 12:42am CDT
The third bot pictured is Cerebros.
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1367584)
Posted by C - 310 on April 10th, 2012 @ 12:44am CDT
Does this mean TakaraTomy is not reissuing the G1 Fort Max?
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1367600)
Posted by AdamPrime on April 10th, 2012 @ 2:57am CDT
Here's an idea:

Fort Max is too large to release at retail these days. Both in terms of size and price. (The designers were doubtful he would get a Japanese release, even back in 87!)

So why not do a "build a figure" type thing? A small amount of retooling will allow the arms/legs/torso/weapons to be attached by average joe. They could, say, include a limb with each appropriately-sized Classics/Movie/Prime toy.

In the same way that Kabaya and the figurine collections have done build-a-figs, it could work on a larger scale, right?
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1367601)
Posted by Michel_Beckers on April 10th, 2012 @ 3:38am CDT
its looks good, but im hoping on a reissue for the G1 version.

if this does not come, maybe ill get this on, but ill have to
see better pictures first
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1367607)
Posted by ausbot on April 10th, 2012 @ 5:21am CDT
If its bigger than the Fort Max jr I'll get it.
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1367611)
Posted by Jelze Bunnycat on April 10th, 2012 @ 9:45am CDT
AdamPrime wrote:Here's an idea:

Fort Max is too large to release at retail these days. Both in terms of size and price. (The designers were doubtful he would get a Japanese release, even back in 87!)

So why not do a "build a figure" type thing? A small amount of retooling will allow the arms/legs/torso/weapons to be attached by average joe. They could, say, include a limb with each appropriately-sized Classics/Movie/Prime toy.

In the same way that Kabaya and the figurine collections have done build-a-figs, it could work on a larger scale, right?


Not with a figure the size of Fortress Maximus. The only thing you'd eliminate are the assembly costs, not the hazard the toys become. Plus, not everyone is knowledgeable on assembling stuff. Take a look at the playsets that need assembling or the IKEA furniture to see what I mean.
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1367612)
Posted by joevill on April 10th, 2012 @ 9:45am CDT
Awesome! I want it!
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1367613)
Posted by gothsaurus on April 10th, 2012 @ 9:47am CDT
I actually think this is a good sign... I'm betting Takara is building up excitement and interest in a FULL SIZE Max by putting this lil guy out.

Stoked. Can't have enough city-formers.
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1367625)
Posted by Rated X on April 10th, 2012 @ 10:02am CDT
How about a full sized classics Fort Max instead of all these minis ???
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1367628)
Posted by Anonymous on April 10th, 2012 @ 10:05am CDT
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:
AdamPrime wrote:Here's an idea:

Fort Max is too large to release at retail these days. Both in terms of size and price. (The designers were doubtful he would get a Japanese release, even back in 87!)

So why not do a "build a figure" type thing? A small amount of retooling will allow the arms/legs/torso/weapons to be attached by average joe. They could, say, include a limb with each appropriately-sized Classics/Movie/Prime toy.

In the same way that Kabaya and the figurine collections have done build-a-figs, it could work on a larger scale, right?


Not with a figure the size of Fortress Maximus. The only thing you'd eliminate are the assembly costs, not the hazard the toys become. Plus, not everyone is knowledgeable on assembling stuff. Take a look at the playsets that need assembling or the IKEA furniture to see what I mean.
...what hazard?

I was under the impression that large toys like that aren't made any more because parents either couldn't afford them or just wouldn't buy something that expensive for their kids.
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1367634)
Posted by Jelze Bunnycat on April 10th, 2012 @ 10:12am CDT
orangeitis wrote:
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:
AdamPrime wrote:Here's an idea:

Fort Max is too large to release at retail these days. Both in terms of size and price. (The designers were doubtful he would get a Japanese release, even back in 87!)

So why not do a "build a figure" type thing? A small amount of retooling will allow the arms/legs/torso/weapons to be attached by average joe. They could, say, include a limb with each appropriately-sized Classics/Movie/Prime toy.

In the same way that Kabaya and the figurine collections have done build-a-figs, it could work on a larger scale, right?


Not with a figure the size of Fortress Maximus. The only thing you'd eliminate are the assembly costs, not the hazard the toys become. Plus, not everyone is knowledgeable on assembling stuff. Take a look at the playsets that need assembling or the IKEA furniture to see what I mean.
...what hazard?

I was under the impression that large toys like that aren't made any more because parents either couldn't afford them or just wouldn't buy something that expensive for their kids.


Drop Test. That's the test that Fortress Maximus failed in the US back in 2001 for it's intended RiD release (FAO Schwartz exclusive if you must know). Simply put, the toy is dropped from a certain height and the testers see if and especially how it breaks (or shatters). Plus, I can imagine you don't want a (insert net weight of FM here) pound toy landing on your head.
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1367640)
Posted by gothsaurus on April 10th, 2012 @ 10:23am CDT
Yeah, I'd be in for both a Fort Max AND a Grand Max ehobby version. Maybe with all the stickers as Tampos??? Can I hear an Amen???
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1367642)
Posted by Anonymous on April 10th, 2012 @ 10:27am CDT
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:
orangeitis wrote:
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:
AdamPrime wrote:Here's an idea:

Fort Max is too large to release at retail these days. Both in terms of size and price. (The designers were doubtful he would get a Japanese release, even back in 87!)

So why not do a "build a figure" type thing? A small amount of retooling will allow the arms/legs/torso/weapons to be attached by average joe. They could, say, include a limb with each appropriately-sized Classics/Movie/Prime toy.

In the same way that Kabaya and the figurine collections have done build-a-figs, it could work on a larger scale, right?


Not with a figure the size of Fortress Maximus. The only thing you'd eliminate are the assembly costs, not the hazard the toys become. Plus, not everyone is knowledgeable on assembling stuff. Take a look at the playsets that need assembling or the IKEA furniture to see what I mean.
...what hazard?

I was under the impression that large toys like that aren't made any more because parents either couldn't afford them or just wouldn't buy something that expensive for their kids.


Drop Test. That's the test that Fortress Maximus failed in the US back in 2001 for it's intended RiD release (FAO Schwartz exclusive if you must know). Simply put, the toy is dropped from a certain height and the testers see if and especially how it breaks (or shatters). Plus, I can imagine you don't want a (insert net weight of FM here) pound toy landing on your head.
Oh yeah. I forgot about that. :BANG_HEAD:

Though if I may comment, the fact that kids today NEED safety tests done like that to their potential playthings before they're released is revolting. I wish parental quality was higher, and not just because I want a hueg 50lb toy. :HEADHURTS:
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1367663)
Posted by Marcdachamp on April 10th, 2012 @ 11:02am CDT
So, how big would this figure be? And what would it cost to import? If he's a decent size, I might be tempted to snag that.
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1367723)
Posted by Fires_Of_Inferno on April 10th, 2012 @ 1:00pm CDT
Marcdachamp wrote:So, how big would this figure be? And what would it cost to import? If he's a decent size, I might be tempted to snag that.


If he's coming in with other, smaller figures, he'll probably be Voyager size at most. Otherwise the cost would be a bit much. Still, ANY version of Fort Max is awesome to me and I'll have him set up with my Cyberverse guys!
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1367778)
Posted by chuckdawg1999 on April 10th, 2012 @ 3:28pm CDT
gothsaurus wrote:Yeah, I'd be in for both a Fort Max AND a Grand Max ehobby version. Maybe with all the stickers as Tampos??? Can I hear an Amen???


AMEN! Although I still have my G1 Fort Max so I doubt I'd buy a new one. Unless it was the one with the pretender shell and swords.
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1367785)
Posted by jasonwilty on April 10th, 2012 @ 3:47pm CDT
Dont get this either or bit.

Takara said at CybertronCon that they wanted to release an Encore G1 Fort Max next year.

Bearing in mind the caliber of speakers there, quite a bold statement.

IThis Kapaya thing isn't a replacement - as awesome as it is.

Although I doubt it would harm the encore's chances much, if this sells like hotcakes.
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1367880)
Posted by scalijdub on April 10th, 2012 @ 10:15pm CDT
I have one of the originals w/ the original box. Didn't think they'd ever re-release him.
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1367940)
Posted by gavinfuzzy on April 11th, 2012 @ 7:05am CDT
orangeitis wrote:
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:
orangeitis wrote:
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:
AdamPrime wrote:Here's an idea:

Fort Max is too large to release at retail these days. Both in terms of size and price. (The designers were doubtful he would get a Japanese release, even back in 87!)

So why not do a "build a figure" type thing? A small amount of retooling will allow the arms/legs/torso/weapons to be attached by average joe. They could, say, include a limb with each appropriately-sized Classics/Movie/Prime toy.

In the same way that Kabaya and the figurine collections have done build-a-figs, it could work on a larger scale, right?


Not with a figure the size of Fortress Maximus. The only thing you'd eliminate are the assembly costs, not the hazard the toys become. Plus, not everyone is knowledgeable on assembling stuff. Take a look at the playsets that need assembling or the IKEA furniture to see what I mean.
...what hazard?

I was under the impression that large toys like that aren't made any more because parents either couldn't afford them or just wouldn't buy something that expensive for their kids.


Drop Test. That's the test that Fortress Maximus failed in the US back in 2001 for it's intended RiD release (FAO Schwartz exclusive if you must know). Simply put, the toy is dropped from a certain height and the testers see if and especially how it breaks (or shatters). Plus, I can imagine you don't want a (insert net weight of FM here) pound toy landing on your head.
Oh yeah. I forgot about that. :BANG_HEAD:

Though if I may comment, the fact that kids today NEED safety tests done like that to their potential playthings before they're released is revolting. I wish parental quality was higher, and not just because I want a hueg 50lb toy. :HEADHURTS:


Do Legos undergo drop tests too? The result of dropping Fort Max can't beat dropping a lego city or creator. :lol: Although, Lego Technic can survive the drop. :lol:
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1367943)
Posted by Anonymous on April 11th, 2012 @ 7:52am CDT
gavinfuzzy wrote:
orangeitis wrote:
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:
orangeitis wrote:
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:
AdamPrime wrote:Here's an idea:

Fort Max is too large to release at retail these days. Both in terms of size and price. (The designers were doubtful he would get a Japanese release, even back in 87!)

So why not do a "build a figure" type thing? A small amount of retooling will allow the arms/legs/torso/weapons to be attached by average joe. They could, say, include a limb with each appropriately-sized Classics/Movie/Prime toy.

In the same way that Kabaya and the figurine collections have done build-a-figs, it could work on a larger scale, right?


Not with a figure the size of Fortress Maximus. The only thing you'd eliminate are the assembly costs, not the hazard the toys become. Plus, not everyone is knowledgeable on assembling stuff. Take a look at the playsets that need assembling or the IKEA furniture to see what I mean.
...what hazard?

I was under the impression that large toys like that aren't made any more because parents either couldn't afford them or just wouldn't buy something that expensive for their kids.


Drop Test. That's the test that Fortress Maximus failed in the US back in 2001 for it's intended RiD release (FAO Schwartz exclusive if you must know). Simply put, the toy is dropped from a certain height and the testers see if and especially how it breaks (or shatters). Plus, I can imagine you don't want a (insert net weight of FM here) pound toy landing on your head.
Oh yeah. I forgot about that. :BANG_HEAD:

Though if I may comment, the fact that kids today NEED safety tests done like that to their potential playthings before they're released is revolting. I wish parental quality was higher, and not just because I want a hueg 50lb toy. :HEADHURTS:


Do Legos undergo drop tests too? The result of dropping Fort Max can't beat dropping a lego city or creator. :lol: Although, Lego Technic can survive the drop. :lol:
You know, that IS a good point. Add in the hazard of even having a small pile of Legos on the floor...
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1368388)
Posted by Nemesis Destron on April 12th, 2012 @ 2:55pm CDT
You know I simply have zero interest in this Kabaya line even though I'm a G1 fan and they have released non-G1 figs still no interest, but this one definite must have...'nuff said! :VEHI:
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1368402)
Posted by MightyMagnus78 on April 12th, 2012 @ 3:45pm CDT
I really hope this is the prelude to a G1 Encore reissue.
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1368470)
Posted by Nemesis Destron on April 12th, 2012 @ 8:11pm CDT
MightyMagnus78 wrote:I really hope this is the prelude to a G1 Encore reissue.


Oh freakin' A!! :PRAY: :VEHI:
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1369059)
Posted by Leviathan on April 14th, 2012 @ 11:03am CDT
IF it is true that Fort Max is getting a Reissue, WHY THE HECK ARE WE NOT HEARING A THING ABOUT A REISSUE TRYPTICON AND SKORPONOK!!!!!!! :evil: :-x :evil: :-x :evil: :CON:
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1369074)
Posted by Delicon on April 14th, 2012 @ 11:53am CDT
Leviathan wrote:IF it is true that Fort Max is getting a Reissue, WHY THE HECK ARE WE NOT HEARING A THING ABOUT A REISSUE TRYPTICON AND SKORPONOK!!!!!!! :evil: :-x :evil: :-x :evil: :CON:


Are you saying you like Trypticon or something? :)
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1369104)
Posted by chuckdawg1999 on April 14th, 2012 @ 1:47pm CDT
Leviathan wrote:IF it is true that Fort Max is getting a Reissue, WHY THE HECK ARE WE NOT HEARING A THING ABOUT A REISSUE TRYPTICON AND SKORPONOK!!!!!!! :evil: :-x :evil: :-x :evil: :CON:


The molds may no longer exist.
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1369117)
Posted by Jelze Bunnycat on April 14th, 2012 @ 2:27pm CDT
chuckdawg1999 wrote:
Leviathan wrote:IF it is true that Fort Max is getting a Reissue, WHY THE HECK ARE WE NOT HEARING A THING ABOUT A REISSUE TRYPTICON AND SKORPONOK!!!!!!! :evil: :-x :evil: :-x :evil: :CON:


The molds may no longer exist.


Trypticon was last used for BWII as Gigastorm (sans accessories) in 1998, while Scorponok was used for Black Zarak in 1988, 10 years prior. Funny how molds work.
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1369176)
Posted by chuckdawg1999 on April 14th, 2012 @ 6:10pm CDT
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:
chuckdawg1999 wrote:
Leviathan wrote:IF it is true that Fort Max is getting a Reissue, WHY THE HECK ARE WE NOT HEARING A THING ABOUT A REISSUE TRYPTICON AND SKORPONOK!!!!!!! :evil: :-x :evil: :-x :evil: :CON:


The molds may no longer exist.


Trypticon was last used for BWII as Gigastorm (sans accessories) in 1998, while Scorponok was used for Black Zarak in 1988, 10 years prior. Funny how molds work.


And the Fortress Maximus mold has been used regularly since 89. Tripticon I think is still around but for some reason I think Scorponok is gone.
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1369329)
Posted by Nemesis Destron on April 15th, 2012 @ 10:04am CDT
One jem at a time maybe, who the hell truly knows eh? :-? :VEHI:
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1385601)
Posted by El Duque on May 31st, 2012 @ 9:41am CDT
Looks like the upcoming Kabaya Fortress Maximus will include the Master Sword! Ami Ami.JP have updated their listing the render mirrored below. It appears the sword will come in set three.

Image
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1385602)
Posted by gavinfuzzy on May 31st, 2012 @ 9:49am CDT
Any word on size? The preorders here are around $38US for the whole set, this thing better be at least voyager sized, but I'll hold off any preorders 1st.
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1385609)
Posted by SJ21 on May 31st, 2012 @ 10:29am CDT
How well do these things hold together? Are they stable? I don't want a figure that falls apart if you look at it wrong.
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1385631)
Posted by triKlops on May 31st, 2012 @ 11:22am CDT
SJ21 wrote:How well do these things hold together? Are they stable? I don't want a figure that falls apart if you look at it wrong.


they hold together fairly well, the engineering is solid,as long as you dont rip them off the sprues

stability hasnt been an issue, but i do wonder about this one being top heavy

regardless, since i will never be able to afford a normal one and i have been happy with my other Kabaya kits, i look forward to getting mine
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1385662)
Posted by Tigertrack on May 31st, 2012 @ 12:11pm CDT
$38USD in Japan is not equivalent to US voyager size, it is equivalent to US deluxe size-- pricing-wise with import conversion from yen to USD and so forth.

I'm give and take with Kabaya. The small ones are hellishly fragile, the big ones are very solid and awesome. This should be more of the latter than the former, I hope.
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1385668)
Posted by Diem on May 31st, 2012 @ 12:34pm CDT
tigertracks 24 wrote:$38USD in Japan is not equivalent to US voyager size, it is equivalent to US deluxe size-- pricing-wise with import conversion from yen to USD and so forth.


It's roughly 2900 yen. Up until a couple of years ago deluxes were usually around 1900 while voyagers were 3500-ish in Japan, so it's dab in the middle. Of course Kabaya crap is cheaper to produce than proper toys with screws and pins and preassembly and stuff, and thanks to the Kabaya figures being classified as "candy-with-a-free-gift" rather than "toys" they dodge the extensive sales tax levied on toys. As such I can see this being bigger than a deluxe and probably close to, if not as big as a voyager.

The part that concerns me is that nowhere is guaranteeing that the factory box of 5 will contain 3 different pieces. I'd be very surprised if they don't but I pity the guy who gets 2 torsos and 3 right legs.
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1385678)
Posted by Samsonator on May 31st, 2012 @ 1:15pm CDT
Diem wrote:The part that concerns me is that nowhere is guaranteeing that the factory box of 5 will contain 3 different pieces. I'd be very surprised if they don't but I pity the guy who gets 2 torsos and 3 right legs.

Diem's got a legitimate concern here, and I am in agreement... While I don't think a factory case would leave one without a full set (though a case with only five boxes in it does seem strange to me), the randomized blind-packing does leave one a little wary about their ability to complete this figure.

To this end, I propose a Trade Thread, to be posted when people start receiving their pre-ordered cases of Kabaya Fort Max. In this thread, people can post what parts they got, what parts are spare, and (if the case presents itself) what parts they're missing. From there, we can implement some system of trade or sale to help out fellow Seibertronians in need.

That said, totally stoked about this, regardless of the scale (though if Deluxe or slightly larger, he's going with my classics as IDW-sized Max) and glad I pre-ordered early. I love these candy toy TF kits (and actually owe it to Diem for getting me hooked on 'em in the first place :P) and the inclusion of Fort Max's Master Sword makes it even better!
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1385684)
Posted by triKlops on May 31st, 2012 @ 1:28pm CDT
Samsonator wrote:
Diem wrote:The part that concerns me is that nowhere is guaranteeing that the factory box of 5 will contain 3 different pieces. I'd be very surprised if they don't but I pity the guy who gets 2 torsos and 3 right legs.

Diem's got a legitimate concern here, and I am in agreement... While I don't think a factory case would leave one without a full set (though a case with only five boxes in it does seem strange to me), the randomized blind-packing does leave one a little wary about their ability to complete this figure.

To this end, I propose a Trade Thread, to be posted when people start receiving their pre-ordered cases of Kabaya Fort Max. In this thread, people can post what parts they got, what parts are spare, and (if the case presents itself) what parts they're missing. From there, we can implement some system of trade or sale to help out fellow Seibertronians in need.

That said, totally stoked about this, regardless of the scale (though if Deluxe or slightly larger, he's going with my classics as IDW-sized Max) and glad I pre-ordered early. I love these candy toy TF kits (and actually owe it to Diem for getting me hooked on 'em in the first place :P) and the inclusion of Fort Max's Master Sword makes it even better!


i would suggest ordering from capturedprey.com where you can preorder the 3 pieces for the set without having to buy a box with random extras
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1385707)
Posted by Diem on May 31st, 2012 @ 3:10pm CDT
triKlops wrote:i would suggest ordering from capturedprey.com where you can preorder the 3 pieces for the set without having to buy a box with random extras
I've never used them before, are they good?
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1385770)
Posted by LOST Cybertronian on May 31st, 2012 @ 6:03pm CDT
Diem wrote:
triKlops wrote:i would suggest ordering from capturedprey.com where you can preorder the 3 pieces for the set without having to buy a box with random extras
I've never used them before, are they good?


They are good, bought nearly all my Kabaya kits from them and some other things. Sometimes it does take longer for them to get in products. I just recieved the last wave of Kabaya a couple days ago.
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1385800)
Posted by ausbot on May 31st, 2012 @ 7:28pm CDT
When putting my other models together I used a little glue here and there to make them a little more stable.
Re: Additional Kabaya DX Fortress Maximus Image (1385954)
Posted by triKlops on June 1st, 2012 @ 10:58am CDT
LOST Cybertronian wrote:
Diem wrote:
triKlops wrote:i would suggest ordering from capturedprey.com where you can preorder the 3 pieces for the set without having to buy a box with random extras
I've never used them before, are they good?


They are good, bought nearly all my Kabaya kits from them and some other things. Sometimes it does take longer for them to get in products. I just recieved the last wave of Kabaya a couple days ago.


Agreed, i have ordered all my Kabaya as well as the new gashapon Prime stuff individually from them with no problems.
All ordered as individual pieces without having to grab cases/ extras that i don't need.
worth a shot if you haven't tried them before.

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