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FansToys FT-19 Apache (MP Springer)

May 15th, 2018 | posted by Eddie


I’ve got better things to do tonight than review …. actually, that’s a lie. The truth is I have “other” things to do which are annoyingly getting in the way of doing many reviews that I’m wanting to do. It pains me to have to rush through like this but if I don’t then I’m not sure when I’ll get around to doing them.

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FansToys FT-22 Koot (MP Kup)

May 9th, 2018 | posted by Eddie


Old timer is something I’ll be by the time I’ve managed to get around to doing some kind of review or galleries.

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Featured Images – April

April 20th, 2018 | posted by Eddie


Content has been somewhat lacking recently, the mundaneness of everyday life has been tying up just about all of my time of late, however there is hope and soon things should be back to some semblance of normality … In the meantime, before we reach the end of April I thought I’d best post April’s […]

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Takara Masterpiece MP-39 Sunstreaker

January 24th, 2018 | posted by Eddie


I always figured it would be a question of “when” and not “if” with regard to Takara providing us with a representation of Sideswipe’s vain & arrogant twin. However I did make an assumption that it would have been long before now, I thought they would have kept up the momentum up on the Autobot cars, for the main core characters anyway. But we were not left empty handed with a gap on the shelf …

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Tie in Merchandise: Books Full of Colour

January 16th, 2018 | posted by Eddie


Another avenue for merchandising during the 80’s was the Colouring Book. Armed with your best felt tip colouring pens*, a bag of crisps and a glass of juice, you laid there on the rug in front of the T.V. and eagerly gave life to the black outlines that adorned the rough pages. * Colouring Pencils were […]

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Tie in Merchandise Adverts: A Tale of Ladybirds & Pancakes

January 16th, 2018 | posted by Eddie


Ladybird Books – The Transformers Ladybird Books are a British publishing company which released several Transformers storybooks and audio cassettes under their “Tell-A-Tale” line from 1985 to 1988 and during this period these titles were all written by John Grant. Existing in their own continuity outside of the then Generation One continuity, the books draw […]

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