When Soundwave decided to make a come back, not only did he get a paitn job based on G1 Soundblaster, but he decided to develop a new weapon: Ratbat who transforms into a keytar! Even better? Soundwave now has the ability to rock a robot's face off! Read my review of Electrostatic Soundwave to see images and get my opinion of this fun redeco.
While the character was taken out of the first Transformers movie, Arcee was brought back in "Revenge of the Fallen" in a form different from her 2007 toy. Check out my review of Cyber Pursuit Arcee from the Fast Action Battlers sub-line of "Revenge of the Fallen" figures.
As he adapts to Earth's culture, the Autobot known as Jazz has taken on a different set of colors that have a definite familiar scheme. My review for this cool redeco is up in the Animated toy reviews section.
Thanks to Hasbro's PR Group, BWTF has received a sample of the upcoming Legends Class Devastator from "Revenge of the Fallen". This cool set features seven individual Constructicons who can each transform and then combine into the titanic robot seen in the film! I've posted a gallery with over 80 images of this awesome set. I hope to get a review up within a week or so but for now enjoy these cool images!
The "Transformers Animated" toy line continues with a series of redecos. One of these is Battlefield Bumblebee, a redeco of Activators Bumblebee with a spiffy new color scheme. Check out my review of this new addition to the "Animated" line.
In Transformers Animated an iconic Decepticon returned in a new incarnation with amazing new powers: Soundwave. Now this powerful Decepticon is one of the latest additions to the Animated Activators toy line. See my review of this figure here.
In the first action sequence of "Revenge of the Fallen" Optimus Prime and the Autobots chase down rogue Decepticons in Shanghai China. This dark and gritty sequence was the inspiration for this redeco of Optimus Prime. Take a look at my review of this figure here.
Back in 2008, Wal-Mart and Hasbro celebrated the popularity of Bumblebee by releasing a three pack featuring three different incarnations of the little yellow Autobot. The only figure that was changed in this set was a redeco of Classics Bumblebee, so take a look at my review of the "Legacy of Bumblebee" three pack to see if it's worth grabbing this item for your collection.
In the Transformers movie universe, two rivals duke it out in a battle to decide the title of the "Master of Metallikato". This Toys R Us exclusive two pack brings two G1 characters into the movie universe: Whirl and Bludgeon! Check out my review for the Master of Metallikato set here!