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  1. Welp, here's mine, not as huge but it's decent :), wwell it is mostly consisted of Transformers and some plasma dragons from Mega Bloks which are rare nowadays or they're on ebay but are likely expensive not sure. Well it is mostly small since i really didn't make it up for most of collecting figures from other series like i have around 6 Marvel legends here, 2 Batman TAS figures there and a such. But i am indeed proud cause despite that i haven't gotten much chance to get more figures i definitely love figures for the most part. By the by, i do have some other figures but sadly i can't find them and others just broke miserably :(, sorry about that.
  2. Transformers: War for Cybertron Trilogy - Kingdom, coming July 29th only on Netflix. Having crash-landed on Earth, the Autobots and Decepticons are confronted by two rival Cybertronian factions from a future that their conflict has inadvertently created, as the heroes and villains of the classic BEAST WARS: TRANSFORMERS series make their WAR FOR CYBERTRON debut. Now the Autobots must team up with the Maximals to confront the Decepticons, who have joined forces with the Predacons, in the race to find the missing AllSpark. However, the Predacons are in control of the Golden Disk, a mysterious artifact which has a personal connection to Megatron and gives him an untold advantage over his enemy, Optimus Prime. Which faction will triumph in the final battle that will decide the fate of Cybertron’s future?
  3. Here's everything I got in the last few deliveries from BBTS. That's Loosecollector's Lady Death, Cyclion Type Lavender figure from Good Smile (really glad to have an original transforming robot figure), Kingdom Airazor, SS 86 Deluxe Jazz, Blur, and Kup, Origins Battle Armor Skeletor, Panthor, and Scareglow, and Black Series Thrawn, Asajj Ventress, Hunter, Crosshair, an Elite Squad Trooper, and Marvel Legends movie Venom.
  4. Netflix announced today during Geeked Week that the final installment of the Transformers: War for Cybertron trilogy, KINGDOM, will premiere on July 29th.
  5. This is from a weekly photo series called "Figure Photo Fight!" that I do with a fellow photographer. We each submit a photo based on a theme, and let people vote on who wins. Below was my entry for the theme "Unlimited Power". Feel free to visit my social links to see my challenger's pic, and find out who won. "Infinite Supremacy"
  6. This is from a weekly photo series called "Figure Photo Fight!" that I do with a fellow photographer. We each submit a photo based on a theme. This was my entry for "Robot Rampage":
  7. This is from a weekly photo series called "Figure Photo Fight!" that I do with a fellow photographer. We each submit a photo based on a theme. This was my entry for "Guardian":
  8. Today I got WFC Kingdom Leader Megatron and Voyager Cyclonus, Action Toys Buggy Robo (Machine Robo counterpart of Go-Bots BuggyMan), and Origins Landshark. I'm a big fan of Beast Wars and the 86 movie, so this was another one I was really looking forward to. By the way if you aren't familiar with it this Buggy Robo is from Action Toys line based on Machine Robo: Revenge Of Cronos which are basically cheaper and smaller scale masterpiece figures.
  9. Deadline is reporting that Anthony Ramos is in final negotiations to star in a Transformers movie for Paramount, eOne and Hasbro. Ramos will star in the new Transformers movie that was reported last week of the studio also developing an untitled feature with Steven Caple Jr. directing. Executives will now look to do screen and chemistry tests with Ramos and his possible female co-star. Those tests with possible co-stars will happen soon with decision on that casting coming next month. Ramos's credit includes being an original cast member of Hamilton and his role in the Bradley Cooper feature remake, A Star Is Born.
  10. Today I take a look at the new Transformers: War For Cybertron Haslab Unicron figure from Hasbro. You can purchase Transformers from our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com. Check out images for this figure below in our GALLERY and be sure to share your own thoughts about it in the COMMENTS SECTION.
  11. Paramount Pictures has made a blind script commitment with Marco Ramirez to write the script and Angel Manuel Soto to direct the project. Details are being kept quiet but the project is being developed apart from the universe of the main line of Transformers films that Paramount has been making since 2007. The studio, along with eOne, is now in active duty on a seventh Transformers project, being directed by Creed II helmer Stephen Caple Jr. The line includes five Michael Bay-directed movies plus the Bumblebee spin-off directed by Travis Knight. Ramirez worked on shows such as FX’s Sons of Anarchy, Netflix’s Daredevil and being co-showrunner and co-creator status of Defenders. Soto directed Charm City Kings and will be directing Blue Beetle for Warner Bros. and DC. Source: The Hollywood Reporter
  12. Avatar getting figures at several companies, MOTU 200x likely being represented in Masterverse, and McFarlane starting Teen Titans 03 with Cyborg got me thinking about some other animated series I grew up watching that I'd like to see get new figures. So here's the top 5 I could think of that I don't see happening too soon. Samurai Jack: I don't know if I've ever like a 3D version of Samurai Jack, but I'm sure it's possible to get right and I'd buy as much as I could from whoever did. The original Ben 10 continuity: The first Ben 10 series is one of the few things I c got almost every toy for as a kid and out of everything here would definitely be the thing I'd have the most nostalgia for. Ideally I'd have Hasbro do it with a line that covers everything outside of the reboot and I can take or leave the live action movies. Super Robot Monkey Team Hyper Force Go: I wouldn't be surprised if nobody who reads this knows about this show, but it's one of the best forgotten gems of the time. It had a mix of everything from various Tokusatsu series, TMNT, Star Wars, Voltron, and Teen Titans. If anyone wants to give it a shot it's on Disney+ right now. The 03 TMNT series and the Transformers Unicron Trilogy: I put these together because I pretty much feel the same about them both. They both became the definitive versions of these franchises for me and outside of a handful of retools and 3rd party figures on the Transformers side nothing is happening with them right now. Even for the people that don't feel remotely as strongly about them as I do they had so many great takes on characters and tons of variations that I'm sure other collectors would be into.
  13. Netflix and Entertainment One (eOne), Hasbro's entertainment studio, announce a new animated series Transformers: BotBots and a My Little Pony G5 series. It was recently announced an all new CGI My Little Pony feature film is coming to Netflix and will premiere later this Fall. Transformers: BotBots The series is a 20-episode animated comedy following the mischievous little Transformers robots, otherwise known as BotBots based on Hasbro's popular toy line of the same name. BotBots, released in late 2018, are 1-inch collectible characters that can change from an ordinary object into a little robot in just 3-5 easy steps. Kevin Burke and Chris "Doc" Wyatt (Spider-Man, Transformers: Rescue Bots Academy, Stretch Armstrong & the Flex Fighters) will serve as executive producers and showrunners. Logline: BotBots are Transformers robots that disguise themselves as everyday mall objects. By day, these BotBots hide quietly on store shelves but at night, they jump into adventure until a group of BotBots called 'The Lost Bots' run into the mall security guard and put all the bots in danger. Will these misfits be able to overcome their differences, defeat the security guard and gain acceptance in the eyes of the other bots? My Little Pony G5 Series and Film After a decade of heart-warming friendships, daring adventures, and endless laughs, the beloved pony world of Equestria is expanding to introduce a new generation of ponies to a new generation of fans. With even more humor, heart, and adventure, the My Little Pony franchise will be reimagined for the first time in CGI with an all new theatrical quality feature film premiering on Netflix later this Fall. Audiences will be swept away to a contemporary and immersive pony universe brought to life like we've never seen it before. The movie will be followed by an all new My Little Pony G5 CGI series. Logline: In the new movie, the pony world of Equestria has lost its magic. (GASP!) Friendship and Harmony have been replaced by paranoia and mistrust, and Ponies now live separated by species. Sunny - a feisty and idealistic young Earth Pony - is convinced there's still hope for this divided world... but her slightly misguided and often hilarious efforts to change hearts and minds have led to her being branded a misfit. When Sunny befriends a lost Unicorn named Izzy, who wanders innocently into the Earth Pony town of Maretime Bay, the town has had enough. Izzy and Sunny must embark on an epic adventure that will include a daring jewel heist, outrageous conspiracy theories, elaborate musical numbers, and the world's cutest flying Pomeranian. Their adventures will take them to faraway lands and force them to challenge the status quo by facing their fears and making new friends out of old enemies. The world Sunny has dreamed of her entire life could finally become a reality as Sunny and her newfound friends fight to prove that even little ponies can make a big difference. In the computer-animated series, the adventures of Sunny Starscout and her friends will continue.
  14. Icon Heroes has announced that they will be doing products based on three Hasbro properties, Transformers, G.I. Joe and Power Rangers. No details on what kind of products these will be. Icon Heroes is know for doing a wide range of products including statues, pins, bobble heads and action figures. What kind of products they have planned for the Hasbro licenses is unknown at this time.
  15. Review By: BaCon Hopefully, you have seen the first chapter of the Transformers War For Cybertron: SIEGE on Netflix, and by now know all the technical details about the series, characters, and back story. So I will not go into this much, and instead reflect more on the content of the Earthrise chapter trying to keep the spoilers to a minimum. Story Impressions Chapter two of the Transformers War for Cybertron: Earthrise is not what it seems for better and worse. What I expected to be more progressive storyline fragments into a many parallel storylines that leave us hanging till the very end of episode 6. Episode 1 opens with the Transformers left on Cybertron facing a declining situation where life can no longer be sustained in the absence of the Allspark. Dire circumstances has forced Megatron to devise one of his most demonic plans to escape from the dying plant where factions no longer matter. Conversely, we find the presiding Autobot Leader, Elita-1, trying to devise a plan of extreme measures herself. On the Ark, we discover the Autobots are taken by the Mercenary faction, lead by Doubledealer, who was commissioned to rescue them or arrest them? Only it is not Megatron that has a bounty on them. As revealed in the Earthrise trailer, the Quintessions have stepped into the picture with a plan all their, or should I say "its", own. Before things are done, we learn the true darkness behind Megatron's master plan. With a lead on the location of the Allspark, the Autobots encounter a nearly impossible situation between them and their destination. The extremely fragile circumstances are further complicated by none other than Scorponok who's all out of chewing gum. This is a somewhat different character than we are familiar with that doesn't align with anyone. As if things could not get any worse, Megatron has learned of the Autobot's location and reason for being there. When Megatron and his gang catch-up with the Autobots battling with the green Titan. They are faced with the same problem of not being able to proceed with the "Last Scorponok" in their way. Desperate, they join forces to bypass the obstacle only for the faction leaders to face an even more compromising situation between them. With one of them down, a struggle over leadership ensues and the original plan to get the Allspark is not only squandered by a selfish act of defiance, it leaves everyone in an even more perilous situation. In another dimension, we learn the fate of an Autobot traitor when encountered there. Without options, Optimus Prime is faced with having to accept guidance from a questionable ally. Ironically, Megatron finds himself in a mirror situation, forcibly being guided by a dark force from another timeline where Megatron is to not only find the Allspark but capture the Matrix too. Before the episode ends, we see the Autobot traitor turn hero in helping the Autobots to escape their situation. In the final episode, the factions are closing in on the location of the Allspark but they are without power. In a desperate attempt to get there first, the Decepticons use a clever trick to thwart the Autobots when a third player enters the story. What looks like certain doom, is actually an opportunity for good and bad things to transpire. It is only in the final moments that we encounter the planet where the Allspark resides. Production Impressions I felt the Earthrise chapter is more entertaining and engaging than SIEGE. Which, to be fair had to set up the story and characters for us to follow. It is also extremely dark and grim, with a few scenes that are quite morbid. The animation looks a bit more refined and fluid too, with more close-ups on characters and longer dialog sequences. We know these bots better by now and we do learn a good deal more about Megatron, Elita-1, and Optimus Prime. For me, this was good for the first two, and a continued disappointment for Optimus Prime. While I get that he's a new leader who is still learning. I find his mannerisms to be more tedious and wishy-washy than in SIEGE. This is not helped by the voice acting that is either under or overplayed with little in between. Still, I am really hoping he will evolve in the third chapter, Kingdom, as part of his character's development but so far it is borderline annoying. Unfortunately, I still find the soundtrack to be understated with both the music too quiet and sound effects almost non-existent. This is somewhat tragic for a franchise that is known for some of the most iconic music and sound effects in all of popular culture. Overall Rating I give the Transformers War For Cybertron: Earthrise 4 stars for the highly engaging, even better animation, and storytelling. It loses a star for the voice acting and soundtrack that still need improvement. Frankly, I'd rather have the animation and story take priority over everything else, which Rooster Teeth have done. So don't take these gripes as anything more than what needs improvement as I have already watched the Earthrise three times and will probably do so a few more.
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