1998

"Beast Wars Transformers" Silverbolt Toy Review

in 1998, Action Figure Review, Beast Wars, Deluxe, Fuzor, Maximal

Beast Wars Transformers

Silverbolt General Information:
Release Date: 1998
Price Point: $9.99 (depending on retailer)
Retailer: General Release (Toys R Us, Target etc.)
Accessories: Missiles/swords x 2

"Beast Wars Transformers" Ramulus Toy Review

in 1998, Action Figure Review, Beast Wars, Deluxe, Maximal, Transmetal 2

Beast Wars Transformers

Terragator General Information:
Release Date: 1998
Price Point: $9.99 (depending on retailer)
Retailer: General Release (Toys R Us, Target etc.)
Accessories: Horns/Weapon

"Cool Toys" Magazine "Beast Wars II" Article Translations (Part 3)

in 1998, Article, Beast Wars, Beast Wars the Second

Articles
Cool Toys Magazine "Beast Wars II" Article Translations (Part Three)

"Cool Toys" Magazine "Beast Wars II" Article Translations (Part 3)
"Cool Toys" Magazine "Beast Wars II" Article Translations (Part 3)

"Beast Wars Transformers" Grizzly-1 / Barbearian Toy Review

in 1998, Action Figure Review, Beast Wars, Botcon, Maximal, Mega

Beast Wars

Grizzly-1 General Information:
Release Date: December 1998
Price Point: Approxiately $60
Retailer: Botcon Japan 1998 Exclusive (600 pieces)
Accessories: Nightshriek bat/claw

Beast Wars Neo Sling Toy Review

in 1998, Action Figure Review, Basic, Beast Wars Neo, Beast Wars the Second, Destron, Triple Changer

Beast Wars Neo

Name: Sling
Beast Mode: Dimetrodon
Allegiance: Destron
Function: Shock Trooper

Beast Wars Neo Saberback Toy Review

in 1998, Action Figure Review, Beast Wars Neo, Beast Wars the Second, Deluxe, Destron, Triple Changer

Beast Wars Neo

Saberback is a Beast Wars Neo Destron warrior. He is also one of the few Transformers to have the dinosaur mode of a stegosaurus. Unlike his predecessor Snarl (the Dinobot), Saberback is meant to be an organic stegosaurus, presenting Transformers fans with a new and exciting toy to add to their collection.

Beast Mode:

Beast Wars Neo Magmatron Toy Review

in 1998, Action Figure Review, Beast Wars Neo, Beast Wars the Second, Combiner / Gestalt, Destron, Ultra

Beast Wars Neo

Name: Magmatron
Beast Modes: Gigantosaurus, Elasmosaur & Queztalcoatlus
Allegiance: Destron
Function: Emperor of Destruction

Magmatron's beast mode is comprised of three dinosaurs. An all around warrior more wildly evil than even Galvatron. On the one hand, he is violently enthusiastic, while on the other he can judge situations quite reasonably. He is also charismatic, enough so that the other Destrons acknowledge his superiority.

Beast Wars Neo Killerpunch Toy Review

in 1998, Action Figure Review, Beast Wars Neo, Beast Wars the Second, Deluxe, Destron

Beast Wars Neo

KILLERPUNCH

Name: Killerpunch
Beast Mode: Styracosaurus
Allegiance: Destron
Function: Intelligence Officer

The best intelligence gatherer of the Destrons, specializes in laying out all manner of traps based on the information he gains, then lying in wait and launching attacks that outwit his opposition. His Head Punch isn't just an attack; it also has a homing function and lets no information escape its sight, making it feared by friend and foe alike.

Beast Wars Neo Hardhead Toy Review

in 1998, Action Figure Review, Beast Wars Neo, Beast Wars the Second, Deluxe, Destron

Beast Wars Neo

Name: Hardhead
Beast Mode: Pacheycephalosaurus
Allegiance: Destron
Function: Ground Forces Commander

A large bump on Hardhead's cranium makes for a strong skull, but as its interior isn't exactly packed with cerebral circuitry, he's not that intelligent. He's a stubborn type who doesn't listen to what people tell him. His Head Attack, a head-bump-first charge is surprisingly destructive. Hardhead also wields a Pilesaber blade, and is an expert in swordplay.

Beast Wars Neo Guiledart Toy Review

in 1998, Action Figure Review, Beast Wars Neo, Beast Wars the Second, Deluxe, Destron, Triple Changer

Beast Wars Neo

General Information:
Release Date: 1999
Retailer: Japanese Market, Import Shops
Accessories: Tail/Launcher, Missiles x 2