New York Comic Con has come with reveals for some of next year’s Transformers – many of which I hope to be showcasing in galleries here as soon as they’re available! That’s still a little while off, but preorders begin now!
It’s completely to Red Alert’s detriment that it will automatically be compared to Sideswipe. Because that’s a fight that just isn’t fair.
I’ve added a new support tier to the site’s Patreon page, wherein I finally decide to try a model of giving back some benefit to becoming a sponsor of my work. Understandably, it can be a bit difficult to conceptualize manageable rewards for something like digital photography and blogging. This should be an okay start.
We’re back with another installment of The Wishlist Trick so we can order Transformers Siege Greenlight even while the product listing is not available.
Reflector is something that has been a struggle to get a real updating of for as long as Transformers Generations, or “Classics”, has been a thing. Previously the only modern toy made with the intent of being Reflector was a small accessory piece included with the Legends class Shrapnel, released something like 5 years ago now. There was the Botcon 2016 option too, retooled a bit from Legends Shockwave, but it still wasn’t quite there. But now, with Siege, Reflector is finally getting a proper, long overdue update. The only catch is you have to be able to buy three of it.
As I recently outlined with my gallery and review of Sixgun, it’s a fantastic addition to the Weaponizer play pattern that can get a ton of mileage especially when used together with Cog. Amazon has Deluxe wave 2 set for an in-stock date of April 1st, and while right now most of the wave is only being offered from marketplace sellers at higher prices, keep reading to find out how you can preorder Sixgun right now for SRP!
In stock on Amazon as of this writing, the new wave of Studio Series Deluxes is just waiting to be ordered – and you can help out the site when you do it!
I’ve opened a Patreon today to help fund operations on the site. While my writings about concepts in toy photography come with no cost except for years of my life, picking up toys to show off does indeed rack up some bills. Keep reading to find out more about the campaign and what your money would be going towards.