Where can I find a complete checklist for TF toys?

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  1. Nightscream

    Nightscream JP TF Master Collector

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    Before my computer crashed, I had bookmarked a page listing every transformer released in the US, Europe and Japan. It listed dreadwind as a mail order figure for Japan, for instance, and had information on which promotion every limited edition Japanese figure was from. Does anyone here know what I'm talking about?

    The page had a white background, and the lists were in a plain 2-column table, grouped by series.
     
  2. flywheels

    flywheels Decepticon Assault Team Veteran

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    My TF website started w/ my wanting to have a complete G1 Japanese TF checklist...so after a lot of research over the years I'm compiled my own. It isn't flashly by any means, but it's pretty thorough though.

    http://www.transformervault.com
     
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    Man, I REALLY miss Rob Jung's lists. Personally that was the most efficiently organized TF roster I've ever seen. Additionally, it was in plain text format, so it was easy to manipulate.

    The stuff at tfarchive is great (and very thorough) - my only complaint there is that everything is organized into charts, so if you want to copy/paste into a Word doc for your own uses, it becomes a real mess. Bigbot's lists are bizarrely organized backwards (and not nearly as comprehensive with detail as tfarchive) but are easy to copy as text and organize how you see fit.
     
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    Nightscream JP TF Master Collector

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    Thanks, that's a pretty good list. But I would like one organized by year. Also, your list is missing some items (for instance Victory classic pretenders).
     
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    That website checklist was so good I made my own checklist binder out of it hehe (pics)
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v148/loebig/thebook2.jpg
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v148/loebig/thebook1.jpg

    ah , the single days
     

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