In 2018 Walmart released an exclusive line of Generation One reissues. These were called "Vintage G1" figures and featured some of the same figures previously released by Takara in the "Encore" series.
The Walmart exclusive "Vintage G1" line of G1 reissues have been a hit with many fans and it looks like Hasbro intends to keep the line going at least into 2020. Earlier this morning the Official Transformers Facebook Page posted a new poll for fans to vote on which figure should be a reissue in 2020. The choices are Blaster (no indication of any cassettes being included) or Skywarp. Check out the poll embedded below and get your vote in!
Following the rules takes too long for Outback. He believes in taking shortcuts whenever possible. If Decepticons get in the way he can use his mortar cannon to blast them with armor-piercing shells! Today I bring you my review and gallery of "Vintage G1" Outback. Take a look for your morning hit of nostalgia!
Thanks to a post on Weibo, we now have photos of what appear to be upcoming "Vintage G1" reissues of Rumble, Ravage, Frenzy and Laserbeak! Interestingly, Laserbeak's weapons appear to have been shortened, likely due to safety reasons.
Earlier this month, it was revealed that Generation One Gears and Warpath would be joining the current "Vintage G1" collection at Walmart. These two Mini-Bots were surprises partly because unlike the previous releases such as Tailgate, these were not figures that were released in "Encore" (they were released previously as part of the "Collection" series).
Tailgate is an odd Autobot. He believes that all machines on Earth are alive just like Cybertronians and nothing his allies say will disuade him from that notion! Check out my review of Walmart exclusive "Vintage G1" Tailgate.
Optimus Prime is the largest, strongest, and wisest of all Autobots. In a surprise release for 2019, Optimus Prime has joined the "Vintage G1" collection. Check out my review and gallery of "Vintage G1" Optimus Prime.