Review: Transformers Titans Return Blurr

It’s easy to forget just how much of an impact the 1986 Transformers animated movie had on the franchise as a whole. 30 years after its release, the characters it introduced have persisted as fan favorites and mainstays, some even surpassing original ’84 characters in popularity. You’ve obviously got the big ones like Hot Rod/Rodimus, … Continue reading

Review: Iron Factory IF-EX11 Evil Lord

Back in my Doombringers review, I mentioned how Legends scale toys were becoming a popular market for third party products, headlined by the companies DX9 and Iron Factory. DX9’s War in Pocket line seems to be focusing on G1 cartoon characters, with their products offering multi-packs of Legends-scaled figures. On the other hand, Iron Factory’s … Continue reading

Review: Transformers Titans Return Hardhead

Just to be up front, with a few exceptions, I don’t have a whole lot of personal attachment to the original Headmasters. I think the concept is really silly, the fictional justifications are nonsensical, and the characters don’t really stand out to me. The few exceptions are characters like Nightbeat, Chromedome, and Brainstorm that are … Continue reading

Review: Transformers Titans Return Galvatron

There are some characters, it seems, that are just doomed to have poor toys. Sometimes it’s an issue of impossible character design, where the cartoon model or fictional appearance cannot physically exist as a toy. Other times it’s just bad luck. For 30 years, the most prominent character suffering from this streak was G1 Ironhide. … Continue reading

Review: Transformers Titans Return Sentinel Prime

First off, my apologies for the long hiatus! My excuse this time is a combination of an increased work load over the summer and my desire to work on a better review set-up. Also, I was getting seriously burnt out on writing Combiner Wars reviews. I’ll certainly go back and put up reviews for┬áBruticus, Optimus … Continue reading