Archive for the ‘micro-changer’ tag
You’d think a Transformer named Spinister would be connected to a spider somehow. Instead, he’s just a propeller enthusiast with a terrifyingly large gun. Read the rest of this entry »
Crankstart is your generic Transformer. So generic in fact, that Wikipedia only mentions him by name in passing and his TF Wiki article is equally as sparse. He’s a Decepticon who thought he could avoid battle by sticking to off-road missions. Read the rest of this entry »
Starscream may be the best gravy train for Hasbro. Here’s a character that they can paint over and over again and get away with calling them different characters. Paint him blue, and you’ve got Thundercracker. Paint him purple and he’s Skywarp. It’s almost as absurd as what Playmates has with the Ninja Turtles! Read the rest of this entry »
The Transformers blind-bagged Microchanger Kreons (there’s a mouthful) are the perfect little figures. As much as I adore LEGO figures, there’s no denying the simple truth: there’s room for improvement. After 30 years of relatively unchanged figures, getting a figure that looks like a LEGO figure but with almost double the mobility is awesome.
Then there is the fact that these figures are also Transformers. Read the rest of this entry »
I really like the KRE-O Transformers Kreon Micro-Changers (well, besides the fact that their name is a touch over the top). The blind bagged figures are exactly what this line needed. While you can’t compete against LEGO when it comes to the bricks, you can battle them when it comes to figures. Read the rest of this entry »
I love it when toy companies listen to fans. Hasbro’s KRE-O line has been a mixed bag. While the assortment minifigures are excellent, the fact that you could only get them with subpar LEGO knock-off sets really hurt the line. It wasn’t until I found most of the series on clearance that I finally picked up most of the figures. Read the rest of this entry »