Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by Seth Sunthay, Jul 23, 2018.
Stupid question, Sinterklass?
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I only have a handful of Cyberverse toys (and no pics, sorry), but I really do like the few I've got.
1) Iaconus -- is a brick with a terrible alt. mode, but his auto-transformation gimmick is actually fun and he looks significantly imposing in bot mode.
2) Wild Wheel -- He's a robot in a cowboy hat. How could it not be awesome?
3) Clobber -- Just an overall good toy. Fun transformation sequence, overall decent alt mode.
4) Rack 'n' Ruin -- good enough to go on my Wrecker shelf!
Rack n Ruin completed my Wreckers.
Sinterklaas. Long story very short, the Dutch founded New Amsterdam (now known as New York) and we brought the celebration of Sint Nicolaas (Saint Nicholas) with us. We call the celebration Sinterklaas and children get their main presents on the evening of December 5th. We exported the Sinterklaas concept to all our colonies and territories. The Americans took over this celebration, Coca Cola had a hand in this too, and Santa Claus was born, shifting the date to the end of December while they were at it. The Americans exported the Santa Claus concept all over the world. So Santa is Sinterklaas and we now know of both of them in The Netherlands, but many people here still only really celebrate Sinterklaas.
Johnny Bravo seems to be impressed with Arcee.....very impressed.
This belongs in the Weird thread as well.
Thinking about getting Arcee. How is she qaulity wise?
This guy is the single best one-step changer ever. And that’s not just because he’s Sky-Byte. Firstly, he has a fun shark mode, complete with likely unintentional neck articulation.
Second, his arms are surprisingly well articulated. Both have rotating and spreading shoulders, and his head arm has an elbow. Wild! Now, he does have a sculpted arm on the inside of his shark head, but it doesn’t look very good and is hard to use. I’m perfectly happy with a Beast Wars-esque head hand.
Third, he’s Sky-Byte, dude.
Here he is with some more fun toys to show how he scales.
Lots of little gems in Cyberverse's one-step line. I sometimes feel a bit silly for getting them, but I've never regretted them either.
Yeah. I’ve been eyeing up that Whirl, because it’s a Whirl.
She's actually pretty decent. I mean, her transformation is extremely simple, but if you can look past that, then she makes a really good figure overall. Good articulation, nice detailing. The backpack is definitely huge, but I still like her.
I guess this guy can be my leader Shockwave?
This is glorious. I've never seen anything like this.
What a fabulous, unique idea for a photoshoot!
Thank you so much guys! I very appreciate it!
I couldn't resist making shots of him in this setting. I feel it fits Bumblebee personality) or Bubblebee hehe
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