Category Archives: Video Reviews

Spotlighted video reviews of Transformer figures by members of Collecticon.org or others.

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Fansproject Protector & Shadow Scythe TFsource review

Yes, it’s pathetic that it took me so long to get this made but I’ve had a rough year so far. If I hear one more person tell me I said ‘scythe’ wrong, I’ll make them sorry!

Enjoy the video.

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TakaraTomy 2010 Predaking video review for TFsource

The big guy is running loose!! Welcome to the Jungle!

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Perfect Effect Warrior Type R & F video review

Check out the latest video review from TFsource!  Rumble is BLUE dammit!

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JUSTiTOYS World’s Smallest Dinobot Comic Version giftset

Woo hoo!! Two reviews in less than a week! I’m on a whole new pace!

After the Jurassic Park teaser trailer I made, the final video is here!

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TakaraTomy 2010 Masterpiece MP-4S Convoy Sleep Mode video review

At long last, 2010 Sleep Mode Optimus Prime has been reviewed. Now let me sleep just like Mr. Prime!

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Masterpiece MP-3G Ghost Starscream video review

Here’s a video review of the biggest robot zombie you’ve ever seen! This went up yesterday, but I am only now getting around to posting the review on Collecticon. Enjoy!

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Fansproject Crossfire 2 Munitioner and Explorer video review

This was a doozy. Very happy to have this up for your viewing pleasure!

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TakaraTomy A-04 Alternity Starscream and Skywarp video review

“The Alternity seekers are definitely a front-runner for the most-out-of-place Transformer of the Year Award…”

Where do I come up with this crap?

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TakaraTomy A-03 Alternity Bumble and Cliff video review

Glad to finally get this video review out. A little late, but it was definitely worth the wait! Bumpin’ fists with Bumblebee!

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TakaraTomy RA-24 Revenge of the Fallen Buster Optimus Prime video review

At long last, my belated Buster Prime video review for TFsource has been completed. Special thanks to Lesser Known Saint for the sweet tunes they provided. Their new album will be completed soon!  Also special thanks to Ryan Yzquierdo for letting me borrow the ever-so-chromey MA-21 Battle Optimus Prime, and good old Splitnine for some handy photographic assistance.  Trust me, it’s not a piece of cake to spin these things by hand!

If you love Optimus, you’ll need to get this toy, it’s the bee’s knees!