This is a response to an article on the official TFSource blog. It’s by Maz, one of the best photo reviewers of TFs, and you should go take a look at it before reading this. I’m responding via a blog post and not just an article comment because what I want to say about it […]
A few years ago I posted about how Ghost Rider is one of the few Marvel Legends that I’ve kept. Because he’s badass. Not only is Ghost Rider still on my shelf, but my skills have improved. So here’s another picture to properly convey appropriate levels of badassary.
That title is a bit of a mouthful. Mmmm. KC Masterpiece… What’s that? Oh, the review. Right. TRU MP10 isn’t just my favorite Optimus Prime, it’s one of the best bots in my collection. Even picking it up tends to give me a good feeling, from the heft to the colors to the articulation to […]
Casey Jones is gonna clean up this town! Right after he cleans his hockey mask.
How do you improve a team of four teenage mutant ninja turtles? Spraypaint a skull on a hockey mask and give it to Casey Jones.
Keith’s Fantasy Club got their start with transforming cassette bots, and while they are still releasing new products in that line, the subject of today’s review represents a bold step in an ambitious direction. From their roots in a niche subgroup of tiny rectangles that turn into tiny robot animals, the company’s new E.A.V.I. METAL […]
Lego really does have some quality building block sets. As I mentioned in my post about using the Halo Mega Bloks Anti Aircraft Gun in my Classics Decepticon display, Lego sets are fun build with easy to understand instructions and baggies to group the parts of each section. Lego sets also have a lot of […]
A lot of my Classics Decepticons are from the War For Cybertron and Fall Of Cybertron parts of the Transformers Generations line. Megatron, Soundwave, Starscream, Thundercracker, Skywarp, and Shockwave are all on my main Decepticons shelf. In my personal canon for Classics, Decepticons aren’t as concerned about disguise as the Autobots. :) At the center […]
Transformers Animated is easily my favorite TF series. It was the first TF show that I actually paid attention to since Beast Wars. Episodes were smart and fun, full of fanwank and references but bringing something new and refreshing to usual rehash of the G1 archtype. The character designs were bright and stylized, the toys […]
Today’s post is one of my favorite Action Poses that I’ve done. If you’re a fan of G1, you probably remember that scene where Huffer offers to haul a wounded Optimus Prime’s trailer… only to have it be undone by an animation error a second later that shows Optimus pulling it. But still! It’s one […]