English Video Review for Takara Tomy MP-36 Masterpiece Megatron

English Video Review for Takara Tomy MP-36 Masterpiece Megatron

Monday, April 3rd, 2017 3:04pm CDT

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Are any of you fans looking for a good movie to watch with your significant other tonight? Full of suspense, malice, and complexity? Well look no further than this video review of Masterpice Megatron which lasts for about the length of a feature film (no joke). So, if you have an hour to kill or really want the most comprehensive review of this figure, just have a look below. This is after all the most complex Transformers figure of all time with first reports saying that it can take up to an hour for the first transformation (a quote from local toy reviewer Chuck Dawg offering his first impressions can also be found below). In light of all this, a comprehensive video could be a good resource. This video from paik 4 life was sent our way by fellow Seibertronian Bumblebee21



chuckdawg1999 wrote: First transformation took me roughly an hour. Nothing is unclear, but the hip joints are a problem, incredibly stiff. I had to refer to the Chinese video to see how it was done, brute force is not something I like. Overall the legs are the worst part and I don't like the arms floating until the end. Everything comes together fairly solidly.

Credit(s): paik 4 life


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Re: English Video Review for Takara Tomy MP-36 Masterpiece Megatron (1871436)
Posted by primalxconvoy on April 3rd, 2017 @ 4:21pm CDT
1. You cannot insult a toy. It's an inanimate object. I can write "MP Megatron blows chunks" or even worse, and not only will the toy not be insulted, it won't react at all. This is because it's not alive and sentient.

2. Although, it seems, that Takara has achieved its goal or recreating a cartoon depiction of Megatron, it seems that it's fallen further down the "anime-poi" rabbit hole. Although previous MPs have become increasingly anime accurate, some provisions were given to collectors for toy/"premium"/"realistic" looks, too (alternative stickers, chromed parts, different faces, etc).

With Megatron, that doesn't seem to be the case, which is frustrating for collectors, especially those outside Japan, who want an official product but can't (legally/officially) get this.

Takara should release two versions of every MP; one that's anime accurate, and one that's more in line with MP Optimus/the older and larger MPs (excluding "Greenscream"). That way, more, if not most, of the fans would be happy.

As it is, I perfectly understand why this figure is getting slack; the anime look, plus the long face/long chin don't capture the essence of the character in some people's minds. I for one will sell my MP Shockwave and Megatron as soon as a toy/metallic version comes out. I might buy a 3P Shockwave, too, due to the badly designed robot backpack not having the (obviously engineered but gimped) ability to attach to the rear of the gun (and the incorrect colours on it).

However, what also frustrates some is the poor QC and high prices for 3P MP figures, like Megatron, and the resulting problems if they break, have missing pieces, etc.

As it is, although I buy official MP figures, they don't really excite or delight me like the original MPs or even recent CHUG figures do.

Takara have lost their mojo IMO for MPs.
Re: English Video Review for Takara Tomy MP-36 Masterpiece Megatron (1871438)
Posted by chuckdawg1999 on April 3rd, 2017 @ 4:30pm CDT
FYI, if this is anything like MP-05, you will not be able to attach the barrel extension with an orange plug.
Re: English Video Review for Takara Tomy MP-36 Masterpiece Megatron (1871442)
Posted by Wolfman Jake on April 3rd, 2017 @ 4:43pm CDT
primalxconvoy wrote:With Megatron, that doesn't seem to be the case, which is frustrating for collectors, especially those outside Japan, who want an official product but can't (legally/officially) get this.


Uh, what are you talking about? Anyone can order MP-36 Megatron, not just people in Japan. You can either order directly from a Japanese retailer or go through an importer, like TFSource or BBTS in the US, or Kapow Toys in the UK. Yes, in some countries, Megatron will have an orange safety plug applied, but it's still the official figure.

primalxconvoy wrote:Takara should release two versions of every MP; one that's anime accurate, and one that's more in line with MP Optimus/the older and larger MPs (excluding "Greenscream"). That way, more, if not most, of the fans would be happy.


They already did a G1 toy version of Masterpiece Megatron. It was MP-5. Fans had YEARS to pick this one up. It's spindly and awkward just like the original G1 toy. Unfortunately, it was also fragile and prone to rusting.
Re: English Video Review for Takara Tomy MP-36 Masterpiece Megatron (1871447)
Posted by Ironhidensh on April 3rd, 2017 @ 5:06pm CDT
The Chosen Prime has a video review up.








https://youtu.be/GC5fTPVFi4U
Re: English Video Review for Takara Tomy MP-36 Masterpiece Megatron (1871449)
Posted by D-Maximal_Primal on April 3rd, 2017 @ 5:07pm CDT
Urge to buy: high.

Urge to spend $230: very low

Urge to still buy despite money: high

dammit
Re: English Video Review for Takara Tomy MP-36 Masterpiece Megatron (1871451)
Posted by Bumblebee21 on April 3rd, 2017 @ 5:09pm CDT
D-Maximus_Prime wrote:Urge to buy: high.

Urge to spend $230: very low

Urge to still buy despite money: high

dammit

me too but the darkside one has already been announced.

anyways. he odes look oaky.
but be prepared too dump a bottle of floor polish on him to protect that paint
Re: English Video Review for Takara Tomy MP-36 Masterpiece Megatron (1871454)
Posted by Kurona on April 3rd, 2017 @ 5:14pm CDT
Bumblebee21 wrote:
D-Maximus_Prime wrote:Urge to buy: high.

Urge to spend $230: very low

Urge to still buy despite money: high

dammit

me too but the darkside one has already been announced.

Wait, he has? Could you give a link because that'd be awesome.
Re: English Video Review for Takara Tomy MP-36 Masterpiece Megatron (1871456)
Posted by primalxconvoy on April 3rd, 2017 @ 5:19pm CDT
Wolfman Jake wrote:
primalxconvoy wrote:With Megatron, that doesn't seem to be the case, which is frustrating for collectors, especially those outside Japan, who want an official product but can't (legally/officially) get this.


Uh, what are you talking about? Anyone can order MP-36 Megatron, not just people in Japan. You can either order directly from a Japanese retailer or go through an importer, like TFSource or BBTS in the US, or Kapow Toys in the UK. Yes, in some countries, Megatron will have an orange safety plug applied, but it's still the official figure.

primalxconvoy wrote:Takara should release two versions of every MP; one that's anime accurate, and one that's more in line with MP Optimus/the older and larger MPs (excluding "Greenscream"). That way, more, if not most, of the fans would be happy.


They already did a G1 toy version of Masterpiece Megatron. It was MP-5. Fans had YEARS to pick this one up. It's spindly and awkward just like the original G1 toy. Unfortunately, it was also fragile and prone to rusting.


I'm sorry that you didn't understand my points.


Currently, Hasbro cannot/will not release this in the USA/outside Japan. Thus, there is no option of a Hasbro "toy version". Due to the added cost to import them, and the issue of adding a mandatory orange cap, it can be thought that this is a challenge for fans to order, especially in the USA.

The original MP Megatron was indeed a spindly mess, which is exactly why fans such as myself want a metallic/non-anime coloured version of the current MP, or a 3P alternative that almost guarantees no QC issues.

I hope this clears your confusion.
Re: English Video Review for Takara Tomy MP-36 Masterpiece Megatron (1871458)
Posted by Bumblebee21 on April 3rd, 2017 @ 5:33pm CDT
Kurona wrote:
Bumblebee21 wrote:
D-Maximus_Prime wrote:Urge to buy: high.

Urge to spend $230: very low

Urge to still buy despite money: high

dammit

me too but the darkside one has already been announced.

Wait, he has? Could you give a link because that'd be awesome.

http://www.tfw2005.com/boards/threads/r ... t.1104630/
i guess you could say this is an announcement.the feedback on will hopefully help them gofrom consider to make. they are also doing sw.
Re: English Video Review for Takara Tomy MP-36 Masterpiece Megatron (1871459)
Posted by Wolfman Jake on April 3rd, 2017 @ 5:38pm CDT
primalxconvoy, can you explain how it's Takara's fault that Hasbro won't release a gun Megatron like MP-36? I don't think they should have to cater to what Hasbro will or wont do, for a toy line that's entirely of their own design, which Hasbro has been randomly cherry-picking from for over a decade without any real care to port the entire collection to the rest of the world in a timely fashion. As for the "toy look" for a Masterpiece Megatron, like I said, you have MP-5. If you just want a "shiny/chrome" version of MP-36, maybe that'll happen some day, but my guess, just from seeing the complexity and number of moving parts in this figure, is that extensive silver paint apps or vacuum metal paint apps will be a nightmare of flaking, rubbing, and scratching, if you dare to transform the figure even ONCE. I think the metallic plastic flaking effect used for MP-36 Megatron is a great compromise and is as much a matter of practicality as it is "screen authenticity."
Re: English Video Review for Takara Tomy MP-36 Masterpiece Megatron (1871462)
Posted by primalxconvoy on April 3rd, 2017 @ 6:16pm CDT
Wolfman Jake wrote:primalxconvoy, can you explain how it's Takara's fault that Hasbro won't release a gun Megatron like MP-36? I don't think they should have to cater to what Hasbro will or wont do, for a toy line that's entirely of their own design, which Hasbro has been randomly cherry-picking from for over a decade without any real care to port the entire collection to the rest of the world in a timely fashion. As for the "toy look" for a Masterpiece Megatron, like I said, you have MP-5. If you just want a "shiny/chrome" version of MP-36, maybe that'll happen some day, but my guess, just from seeing the complexity and number of moving parts in this figure, is that extensive silver paint apps or vacuum metal paint apps will be a nightmare of flaking, rubbing, and scratching, if you dare to transform the figure even ONCE. I think the metallic plastic flaking effect used for MP-36 Megatron is a great compromise and is as much a matter of practicality as it is "screen authenticity."




I'm not blaming Hasbro. In blaming Bakara on this one. It's not good to just release anime styles ones, when there is demand for toy versions. I think it's good form of Takara does this for all MPs if they release two versions and announces them at the save time and/or makes one version with options for either (which they've done before with inferno, Op Primal, etc).

As for paint, the entire body on this mp Megs is painted in slightly metallic grey, so full metallic would not be a problem.

Options are key for MP figures as collectors are discerning and picky. With a KO version in the works, I and other people might move away from certain/all further official releases and wait for the ko versions. They seem to have increasingly better joints and features than the originals (such as the mp seeket legs).
Re: English Video Review for Takara Tomy MP-36 Masterpiece Megatron (1871466)
Posted by Wolfman Jake on April 3rd, 2017 @ 7:04pm CDT
primalxconvoy wrote:I'm not blaming Hasbro. In blaming Bakara on this one. It's not good to just release anime styles ones, when there is demand for toy versions. I think it's good form of Takara does this for all MPs if they release two versions and announces them at the save time and/or makes one version with options for either (which they've done before with inferno, Op Primal, etc).

As for paint, the entire body on this mp Megs is painted in slightly metallic grey, so full metallic would not be a problem.

Options are key for MP figures as collectors are discerning and picky. With a KO version in the works, I and other people might move away from certain/all further official releases and wait for the ko versions. They seem to have increasingly better joints and features than the originals (such as the mp seeket legs).


Like I said, Takara already did a toy-inspired Masterpiece Megatron with MP-5. It's a lot more like the original than simply giving the MP-36 mold a shiny coat of paint. The proportions are very different. They're not doing you a disservice by offering a different, more anime take on Megatron now. Besides, why would you just settle for a shiny version of cartoon Megatron if what you want is a Masterpice "toy" Megatron? It's going to take more than a deco change to make a convincing toy Megatron out of MP-26, like a new headsculpt, a completely different leg transformation, etc.

Also, keep this in mind. While there is definitely demand for toy versions of the G1 characters, Masterpiece or otherwise, that's likely a smaller corner of the Japanese market than you may think. Takara is almost always about screen representation in their modern products, and their mainly Japanese fan and consumer base eats it up. Remember, Takara makes their Transformers products for JAPAN. It's incidental to them that fans outside of Japan want their products too, especially since it is Hasbro that is supposed to cater to the Transformers demand of the rest of the world.

primalxconvoy, I know you have your tastes, and you want something that is not available right now (and may never really be), but that's just reality. Complaining that Takara isn't giving you G1 toy options in a Masterpiece figure that is primarily designed to be accurate to the cartoon look of a character isn't that far off from complaining that the figure "sucks" because you wanted it to be a different character altogether. For what MP-36 is, it's pretty fantastic.
Re: English Video Review for Takara Tomy MP-36 Masterpiece Megatron (1871468)
Posted by Cobotron on April 3rd, 2017 @ 7:18pm CDT
Primalxconvoy, none of my biz really but, don't you live in Japan?

I am fully confident that Takara will do an alternate deco on this figure. It's why I am in no hurry to get this one. I think this version looks great, I would just prefer a more toy like deco. Silver with more red.

If I'm wrong, I'll get the re-issue when it comes out.
Re: English Video Review for Takara Tomy MP-36 Masterpiece Megatron (1871470)
Posted by primalxconvoy on April 3rd, 2017 @ 7:19pm CDT
Wolfman Jake wrote:
primalxconvoy wrote:I'm not blaming Hasbro. In blaming Bakara on this one. It's not good to just release anime styles ones, when there is demand for toy versions. I think it's good form of Takara does this for all MPs if they release two versions and announces them at the save time and/or makes one version with options for either (which they've done before with inferno, Op Primal, etc).

As for paint, the entire body on this mp Megs is painted in slightly metallic grey, so full metallic would not be a problem.

Options are key for MP figures as collectors are discerning and picky. With a KO version in the works, I and other people might move away from certain/all further official releases and wait for the ko versions. They seem to have increasingly better joints and features than the originals (such as the mp seeket legs).


Like I said, Takara already did a toy-inspired Masterpiece Megatron with MP-5. It's a lot more like the original than simply giving the MP-36 mold a shiny coat of paint. The proportions are very different. They're not doing you a disservice by offering a different, more anime take on Megatron now. Besides, why would you just settle for a shiny version of cartoon Megatron if what you want is a Masterpice "toy" Megatron? It's going to take more than a deco change to make a convincing toy Megatron out of MP-26, like a new headsculpt, a completely different leg transformation, etc.

Also, keep this in mind. While there is definitely demand for toy versions of the G1 characters, Masterpiece or otherwise, that's likely a smaller corner of the Japanese market than you may think. Takara is almost always about screen representation in their modern products, and their mainly Japanese fan and consumer base eats it up. Remember, Takara makes their Transformers products for JAPAN. It's incidental to them that fans outside of Japan want their products too, especially since it is Hasbro that is supposed to cater to the Transformers demand of the rest of the world.

primalxconvoy, I know you have your tastes, and you want something that is not available right now (and may never really be), but that's just reality. Complaining that Takara isn't giving you G1 toy options in a Masterpiece figure that is primarily designed to be accurate to the cartoon look of a character isn't that far off from complaining that the figure "sucks" because you wanted it to be a different character altogether. For what MP-36 is, it's pretty fantastic.


I disagree.

The original toy version is not what I want. As for a "toy" version, you seem to misunderstand what I and perhaps others are referring to. I/we want this toy in more "realistic" colours, not anime ones. This was something Takara has done with MP Optimus and also, via alternate stickers and faces, etc, with the likes of MP Inferno.

This shows that you are wrong on this. Takara have already shown a precedent in providing two different versions. I just wished they had either included these options in this figure out announced a metallic version sooner (which they've done with almost every Japanese release of a g1 style Megatron to date).

As for "It's only in Japan", then I question your opinion. I live in Japan and have spoken with Japanese collectors, who have voiced similar opinions and/or acknowledged that this release has been inconsistent with other Japanese releases. Also, Takara also officially releases their products through Hasbro Asia and I'm also sure fully understands their products are bought by fans all over the world. While I'm sure they cannot please everyone, everywhere, they are sure to have considered, and will consider international opinions. Marlboor was a rather extreme example of this, with Takara having no obligation to change their design, but did so after pressure from Philip Morris (admittedly not a customer though).
Re: English Video Review for Takara Tomy MP-36 Masterpiece Megatron (1871472)
Posted by william-james88 on April 3rd, 2017 @ 7:27pm CDT
Cobotron wrote:Primalxconvoy, none of my biz really but, don't you live in Japan?

I am fully confident that Takara will do an alternate deco on this figure. It's why I am in no hurry to get this one. I think this version looks great, I would just prefer a more toy like deco. Silver with more red.

If I'm wrong, I'll get the re-issue when it comes out.

Thats what I am waiting for. I want to see the full opinion of people and the fallout if it happens, and then when I am fully decided on this guy I will get the reissue that is 100% certain to come. And hopefully then my dollar will have recovered and he will be less than now simply due to the exchange.
Re: English Video Review for Takara Tomy MP-36 Masterpiece Megatron (1871474)
Posted by Bumblebee21 on April 3rd, 2017 @ 7:30pm CDT
william-james88 wrote:
Cobotron wrote:Primalxconvoy, none of my biz really but, don't you live in Japan?

I am fully confident that Takara will do an alternate deco on this figure. It's why I am in no hurry to get this one. I think this version looks great, I would just prefer a more toy like deco. Silver with more red.

If I'm wrong, I'll get the re-issue when it comes out.

Thats what I am waiting for. I want to see the full opinion of people and the fallout if it happens, and then when I am fully decided on this guy I will get the reissue that is 100% certain to come. And hopefully then my dollar will have recovered and he will be less than now simply due to the exchange.

my original plan was to get him but i think my money will be better spent with ft phoenix after hearing all the in hand thoughts and reviews
Re: English Video Review for Takara Tomy MP-36 Masterpiece Megatron (1871476)
Posted by D-Maximal_Primal on April 3rd, 2017 @ 7:31pm CDT
Bumblebee21 wrote:
william-james88 wrote:
Cobotron wrote:Primalxconvoy, none of my biz really but, don't you live in Japan?

I am fully confident that Takara will do an alternate deco on this figure. It's why I am in no hurry to get this one. I think this version looks great, I would just prefer a more toy like deco. Silver with more red.

If I'm wrong, I'll get the re-issue when it comes out.

Thats what I am waiting for. I want to see the full opinion of people and the fallout if it happens, and then when I am fully decided on this guy I will get the reissue that is 100% certain to come. And hopefully then my dollar will have recovered and he will be less than now simply due to the exchange.

my original plan was to get him but i think my money will be better spent with ft phoenix after hearing all the in hand thoughts and reviews

Opposite for me. I had no interest but the in hand images from yesterday and the review have made me want him. Maybe not at the moment due to some stuff, but a couple months down the road he will be worth the grab
Re: English Video Review for Takara Tomy MP-36 Masterpiece Megatron (1871480)
Posted by Hellscream9999 on April 3rd, 2017 @ 7:42pm CDT
Wolfman Jake wrote:
primalxconvoy wrote:I'm not blaming Hasbro. In blaming Bakara on this one. It's not good to just release anime styles ones, when there is demand for toy versions. I think it's good form of Takara does this for all MPs if they release two versions and announces them at the save time and/or makes one version with options for either (which they've done before with inferno, Op Primal, etc).

As for paint, the entire body on this mp Megs is painted in slightly metallic grey, so full metallic would not be a problem.

Options are key for MP figures as collectors are discerning and picky. With a KO version in the works, I and other people might move away from certain/all further official releases and wait for the ko versions. They seem to have increasingly better joints and features than the originals (such as the mp seeket legs).


Like I said, Takara already did a toy-inspired Masterpiece Megatron with MP-5. It's a lot more like the original than simply giving the MP-36 mold a shiny coat of paint. The proportions are very different. They're not doing you a disservice by offering a different, more anime take on Megatron now. Besides, why would you just settle for a shiny version of cartoon Megatron if what you want is a Masterpice "toy" Megatron? It's going to take more than a deco change to make a convincing toy Megatron out of MP-26, like a new headsculpt, a completely different leg transformation, etc.

Also, keep this in mind. While there is definitely demand for toy versions of the G1 characters, Masterpiece or otherwise, that's likely a smaller corner of the Japanese market than you may think. Takara is almost always about screen representation in their modern products, and their mainly Japanese fan and consumer base eats it up. Remember, Takara makes their Transformers products for JAPAN. It's incidental to them that fans outside of Japan want their products too, especially since it is Hasbro that is supposed to cater to the Transformers demand of the rest of the world.

primalxconvoy, I know you have your tastes, and you want something that is not available right now (and may never really be), but that's just reality. Complaining that Takara isn't giving you G1 toy options in a Masterpiece figure that is primarily designed to be accurate to the cartoon look of a character isn't that far off from complaining that the figure "sucks" because you wanted it to be a different character altogether. For what MP-36 is, it's pretty fantastic.

I "think" the point that he's trying to make is that, people want mp's in non-anime deco's - that is to say, more toy inspired deco's - like the dark purple shockwave we're still waiting on (that, if we're being serious with ourselves, isn't going to happen, because TT doesn't seem to acknowledge that shockwave, galvatron, or cyclonus were ever that color), kind of like what they're doing with MP Primal, a show-accurate version, and a toy-accurate version, to please everybody
Re: English Video Review for Takara Tomy MP-36 Masterpiece Megatron (1871482)
Posted by Bumblebee21 on April 3rd, 2017 @ 7:43pm CDT
D-Maximus_Prime wrote:
Bumblebee21 wrote:
william-james88 wrote:
Cobotron wrote:Primalxconvoy, none of my biz really but, don't you live in Japan?

I am fully confident that Takara will do an alternate deco on this figure. It's why I am in no hurry to get this one. I think this version looks great, I would just prefer a more toy like deco. Silver with more red.

If I'm wrong, I'll get the re-issue when it comes out.

Thats what I am waiting for. I want to see the full opinion of people and the fallout if it happens, and then when I am fully decided on this guy I will get the reissue that is 100% certain to come. And hopefully then my dollar will have recovered and he will be less than now simply due to the exchange.

my original plan was to get him but i think my money will be better spent with ft phoenix after hearing all the in hand thoughts and reviews

Opposite for me. I had no interest but the in hand images from yesterday and the review have made me want him. Maybe not at the moment due to some stuff, but a couple months down the road he will be worth the grab

the main takeaway are all the qc issues.
hes gonna have paint chips all over if you transform him. if you put the silencer on him hes gonna chip.
theres no way to prevent paint chipping on him.
at least you can transform apollyon without getting scratches on him
and its not just him.
mp-35 gets paint scratches from the crane transformation
mp-34 and the easy breakage points.
dont even get me started with ironhide
Re: English Video Review for Takara Tomy MP-36 Masterpiece Megatron (1871484)
Posted by D-Maximal_Primal on April 3rd, 2017 @ 7:48pm CDT
Bumblebee21 wrote:
D-Maximus_Prime wrote:Opposite for me. I had no interest but the in hand images from yesterday and the review have made me want him. Maybe not at the moment due to some stuff, but a couple months down the road he will be worth the grab

the main takeaway are all the qc issues.
hes gonna have paint chips all over if you transform him. if you put the silencer on him hes gonna chip.
theres no way to prevent paint chipping on him.
at least you can transform apollyon without getting scratches on him
and its not just him.
mp-35 gets paint scratches from the crane transformation
mp-34 and the easy breakage points.
dont even get me started with ironhide

See, the issues you are bringing up are issues that I have only heard of rarely. Besides, I'm not sure how often I'll transform him, though I will transform him. I've accepted that he will be difficult, but I will still transform him. I'll just have free time and not something on TV I'd want to watch but more listen to.

And while you are obsessed with the 3P stuff, I really am not. I ordered that Iron Maiden last semester that was a bust, but that is it. 3P stuff just hasn't appealed to me yet. And I kind of do prefer the look of this guy over 3P stuff.

Plus, call me a stickler or whatever, but I feel a bit better about owning something official. It feels I dunno, more special and more worth it.

either way, this guy in some form or another will hopefully be mine within the next 6 months. He's grown on me.

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