e-HOBBY Magazine Transformers English version

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  1. Hydra Custom

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    Hi guys,

    Since it looks like nobody here has spotted it yet, I wanted to point out the e-HOBBY Magazine English version:

    English | e-HOBBY MAGAZINE

    This has got a lot of past information on e-HOBBY limited edition Transformers and other toys (such as Microman). Also, there's a new series going called Collector Universe where they profile collcetors overseas and show pics of their collections.

    Incidentally, I did the translations for the English versions of these. ;) 
    Comments are appreciated. We're going to add more English language contents in the future.

    -Hydra
     
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  2. Waverider

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    Thanks for sharing Hydra. Even though all the content isn't in yet, it looks good.

    Do you have any idea if e-Hobby will have a international site for shopping. :) 
     
  3. 46+2

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    Bookmarked!
     
  4. Hydra Custom

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    Waverider,

    I can't make an official comment on that, but there are currently logistics issues involved.
    In any case, if there is anything you would like to see on the site or magazine, I encourage you to make your voice heard through the contact address, info@e-hobby.co.jp
     
  5. General Tekno

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    Oh, cool.

    Thanks for yet another contribution to the fandom!
     
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    Thank you for making an English site for E-Hobby.
     
  7. Dinodigger97

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    Thanks!:) 
     
  8. AlanGarou

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    Thank you so much for the work you're doing on this. It's very much appreciated.
     
  9. Sonscreen

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    Pretty cool.
     
  10. Hiro Prime

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    Great work, Hydra. I've already bookmarked it and will be checking the site out weekly for updates.
     
  11. Hydra Custom

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    Thanks guys. If you want to be kept updated on new site contents, we also have a Facebook page, so feel free to "Like" it if you use Facebook.
    e-HOBBY SHOP | Facebook
     
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    As much as I adore Microman I think I still prefer Microman 99 to the Vintage and I miss the Licensed ones a lot Revoltechs are so expensive by comparison to them.

    It's a shame Tomy forced Takara to kill off their brands that competed with theres. as Microman has so much more heritage than Revoltech or whatever other Small Action figures Tomy might do.

    The reason I like Microman 99 so much as I see it as something that came darn close to maintaining kids and collector appeal rather than becoming something so fragile a kid would break it like with the later Microman.

    Sure some of the later bigger Microman were super pretty but also super fragile.
     
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    Good stuff!!
     
  14. MarkII

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    Its really pretty cool and informative magazine, I am going to buy this.. Hope I like this..
     
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    Love e-hobby!

    Randy
     

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