Transformers My Busy Books set
So I came across this interesting book while browsing a local book store, it was a Transformers book for kids. Simple enough. But what caught my eye were the little figurines that came with the book.
There are 6 figurines in total. Plus a mini map for you to fold out and display them on.
The exciting part about this is that they are roughly the same size as the mini figures that came with the SDCC Metroplex a few years back. Standing roughly 2.25″ tall.
The figures aren’t that super neat, they sport zero articulation and looks like they were hand-painted, so the quality isn’t that awesome. Still, they are painted, so that’s a 1-up on the SDCC figures.
Overall, not bad for 500 PhP ( Roughly $10 US).
Transformers Titans Return Titan Masters Wave 3
Titan Masters Class Fangry
Titan Master Fangry
Fangry used to be pretty big back in the day. I’m really not too crazy about Hasbro’s new take on making some of these classic guys smaller.
This has got to be the most awkward transformation for me in a Transformer ever. I wish they made the head have the ability to turn around instead of looking like that. Sheesh.
EDIT Big thanks to Vili Kauppi for the heads up on how Fangry’s weapon mode is supposed to look like. I got it totally wrong. 🙂
Titans Masters Class Ptero
His head mode resembles the Dinobot Swoop (this is meant to compliment wave 2’s Clobber/Grimlock). It hasn’t been confirmed if Ptero is supposed to be truly Dinobot Swoop’s head or just bears a passing resemblance.
His weapon mode actually looks interesting to me.
Sawback here is actually based off the old G1 Head Master character Lione. Pretty good update of this guy if you asked me.
I decided to backtrack this one since we’ve gotten Ramhorn as a Titan Master instead of a data pack, like Rewind or Ravage.
Titan Master Overboard
Now that I have the toy in hand, I have to say, it’s not too bad. It does closely resemble the G1 cassette Overkill and it can blend in with the other Soundwave “tapes” figures. It’s a shame it can’t fit in Soundwave as a data pack but it is what it is.