Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by jbarmadillo, Mar 30, 2009.
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That should go on a t-shirt!
That should go on a t-shirt![/QUOTE]
Indeed!!! Most excellent
Custom Iron Factory Minerva by @spoonman. Got her in hand today. The man is a Michelangelo of tiny robots..
eHobby Rijie/Mirage Eletro-Discrupter Mode
The two main characters of the franchise...I mean, the main hero of the franchise and Optimus Prime...
SS Roadbuster today.
Might have to set that up.
This Grand lad.
This shiny silver tyrant for today...
Got picked up by the Protectobots last night for peddling bootleg workout tapes to Double Clutch.
This big dude will always be one of my top figures. He's certainly the largest figure in my collection. No, I don't own any version of Fort Max and I'm not interested in that US$600 Unicron.
Generations T30 Metroplex with Siege Sixgun, Iron Factory Manacle as Slammer, and G1 Metroplex for today.
I cant believe the 2nd hand pricing for metroplex. Its thru the roof! They need to bring him back for another run or something. Im not paying 500 bucks for him.
Tank boy with big boots! It's Generations Warpath! I haven't done him recently have I? Bah! Who cares! He's awsome. Why I choose him again is because I just noticed how similar his foot to hight ratio was to my main man Flywheels/Skytread.
Nemesis Prime again, this guy gives me a Guts from Berserk vibe for some reason:
Are these lads custom painted? I swear I had the cruiser as a boy.
They're the RID 2001 repaints of the G2 laser cycles, they came in a boxset called "Sideways vs. Axer."
I was going to just say Sinnertwin today but I was having fun posing him with Hardhead so today's favourites are both of them.
Sinnertwin was one of my first Transformers and I really like his POTP update.
His tech specs said he was afraid of small creatures like mini droids. Ironically, in these two photos, he's the one who loses his head.
Regrettably I can relate. I have a life long phobia of dogs and they're everywhere. I have Aspergers which always comes with anxiety which in turn makes you susceptible to phobias.
Oddly, it was my collecting Transformers that was the first sign I had Aspergers.
The one positive of having a phobia is it made me sympathetic to anyone else I saw afraid of something. I have gotten better as my brother has dogs and he got me used to it. Funnily, last year his youngest daughter who's only 4, knew I was nervous around dogs and when she saw their bigger dog sitting at my feet, she gently caught her by the collar and led her outside.
Sorry for rambling, think I'm missing them with the social distancing.
Yeah, the social distancing is getting really hard. Hope you’re getting to speak to them remotely at least.
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