Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Transformers Prime Dark Energon Bumblebee & Wheeljack

I discovered these Dark Energon Autobots after watching the Transformers Prime show on Netflix, which I absolutely loved! I'm already a fan of translucent plastic on toys in general, and inspired by the show, I found these BBTS exclusives for a decent price online. Two of my favorite characters from the show! Check out the video:

Autobots Wheeljack and Bumblebee in car mode... 

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Thursday, June 11, 2015

Transformers Generations Crosscut & Nightbeat

Back to my newest obsession- Transformers! These two Generations Autobots have a lot going for them, including car modes I'm into! Crosscut has the snazziest car and better weaponry, but Nightbeat has a better articulated robot mode and flashier G1 colors. Check out the video to see a lot more:

Because I love Transformers with doors that wing at the shoulders in robot mode, I may be more partial to Nightbeat. Crosscut has limited articulation in the ankles that make posing somewhat of a challenge, but his flip-out forearm cannons are trick, and as I said before, his car mode is wonderful. These aren't necessarily star players among my burgeoning collection, but they are fun. Again, check out my video, complete with music and G1 sound effects- subscribe to my YouTube channel and show your support!

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Sunday, June 7, 2015

Imaginext Series 4 Clown

Every time I think I'm over these Imaginext minifigures, Fisher-Price dumps another batch of really fun characters. I wish I could say I hate that, but these are wonderful little toys! Several new DC Comics characters have come out recently, as well as the Series 4 blind bags, the embossed coded on which I've used to get the one's I want. As with the previous waves, Series 4 has all killer, and no filler, but I opted to get only the clown for now in order to keep things to a dull roar over here. Every single one of these we've seen is pretty great- I absolutely love the variety of monster, sports themed, sci-fi, and more that Fisher-Price has been producing. I may very well have to go back for a few more of these eventually...

The clown is definitely the "Bozo" type, his red hair and vest one removeable piece. I like the button suspenders and shirt detail underneath, but its the clear balloon animal accessory that really brings it all together... so great...

Imaginext Series 4 Clown with Series 3 Cossack, Series 2 Sasquatch, and Series 1 Luchador...

I have many Imaginext figures I love, but there is definitely something special about the Clown and Luchador- maybe the bright colors. It would be hard to pick a favorite among them all. See my post on the Ninja 2-pk from last summer!

And just for fun, the other clown in my Imaginext collection, The Joker and his mallet car...!

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Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Transformers Generations Brainstorm

As Transformers are still a new thing to me, I've virtually no experience in the past toy lines before, but a long-time collector I know is selling off some of his older bots to make new for these newer Generations and Combiner Wars bots. That tells me I've not wrong to be taken with them. Brainstorm is exceptional for his nice size, articulation, and opening canopy that hold his transforming head, which can be unfolded into a tiny figure. The pilot's seat flips down to reveal Brainstorm's power stats, high in the intelligence quotient! The Headmasters as they're called, are a type of Transformer comprised of two beings- one lesser, often humanoid "head", and one larger sentient being as the body. The continuity surrounding these beings has changed over time, but in the G1 cartoon continuity Brainstorm partners with a humanoid as strategy against the Decepticons. Check out the video:

Transformers Generations Brainstorm and Silverbolt in jet mode...

 Transformers Generations Brainstorm and Silverbolt in robot mode... what a pair!

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Transformers Generations Silverbolt

Transformers obsession is well underway here at the Super-DuperToyBox, leading me to this Generations Combiner Wars Series Silverbolt. This Voyager Class figure can be combined with four other Deluxe Class Aerialbots to assemble Superion. While I'm not necessarily interested in the aforementioned combiner option, I admire Silverbolt's blocky G1 looks, great articulation, and color scheme. Check out the video: 

Autobots Silverbolt and Leader Class Jetfire together...

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Sunday, May 24, 2015

Hot Wheels Avengers AOU Cars

Sometimes blogs collide- such is the case with my Super-DuperToyBox and Super Fun Hot Wheels blogs on the subject of the recent Hot Wheels Avengers Age of Ulton cars, posted on the latter for your enjoyment. I used some of my Avengers Nick Fury, Capt. America, and Black Widow figures for the video...

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Sunday, May 10, 2015

Transformers Leader Class Jetfire

Longtime Transformers fans and Hasbro critics decry today's Leader Class figures for hollowed out limbs, overall lightweight construction, and absence of light/sound effects, but as a new enthusiast to the franchise, this giant robot scratches my itch for the like. Measuring in at a solid 8.5" from head to toe, Jetfire appears even bigger than he is due to the wings and extra jets on his back. One could quibble about the vac-metal red accessories and excessive kibble in back, but he stands solidly, and in very poseable. I love the removable mask, and the G1 face underneath even more, which better reveals his luminous lightpiping- wow! Check out the video:

Leader Class Jetfire with Armada Starscream in jet mode...

Jetfire with fellow Autobots Chromia and Arcee...

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Thursday, May 7, 2015

Transformers Generations Arcee & Chromia

I loved the Transformers Generations Arcee & Chromia at first sight! These fabulous fembots make an instant pair, while remaining different enough in build to be enjoyed individually. Arcee got more of an arsenal than Chromia, but can't fully choke up on the grip of her weapons due to the ridge inside her cupped hands, Still she hold them securely, and has better articulation than Chromia, who has less lateral range and bulkier limbs. Both have a lot of backpack, but stand just fine and look killer! Check out the video:

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