Many collectors agree that Hod Rod from the '86 subline of Transformers Studio Series is one of the best figures in the line so far. I also shared the same sentiment, but that wasn't enough reason for me to get a copy. And it looks like I should've have since they've announced its follow up, … Continue reading Should’ve Gotten Hot Rod: “Transformers Kingdom” Rodimus Prime
Last Friday, Hasbro had PulseCon, its virtual convention for 2020 and along with it, several panels were held for each of their prominent franchises, which of course includes Transformers. Many were definitely waiting for War for Cybertron: Kingdom reveals despite having some of the figures already leaked online, and they did not disappoint. They revealed … Continue reading #HasbroPulseCon 2020: Transformers Generations – War for Cybertron: Kingdom OPTIMUS PRIMAL
Here's a quick photo shoot not meant to tell any story nor complete a narrative. I just wanted to show that in the midst of getting a lot of 1/144 scale RX-78-2 Gundam kits from Bandai Spirits recently, Optimus Prime is gettign the same treatment with the numerous Voyager class Optimus Prime figures Hasbro & Takara Tomy has been releasing in the last year or so.
Maximal soldiers would call this destiny while their Predacon adversaries simply refer to it as a glorified inconvenience. In any case, witnessing the three legendary Maximal leaders together and fight side-by-side is almost an ominous premonition of their much awaited victory.
Taking the Scepter of Sparks, Optimus Primal, now Optimal Optimus, gets a quick glimpse of the nigh impossible task of bringing peace to the war torn planet of Cybertron. He is immensely overwhelmed by the responsibility, but he knows he has the knowledge of the previous Primes to guide him in this mission.