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Transformers Purchased in February 2013

February is a short month. Last year at this time was when I started keeping track of my monthly purchases (that post appears here). I can’t believe it’s gonna be March already. Didn’t seem like that long ago when it was New Years. Anyway, here are the TFs for this month.

  • Generations Fall of Cybertron Starscream, Amazon.com, $14.99

  • Transformers Prime Beast Hunters Predaking, Target, $19.99

  • Masterpiece Soundwave and Laserbeak, amiami.com, about $124

  • Transformers Prime Arms Micron Wildrider, amiami.com, about $17
  • Transformers Prime Arms Micron Rumble, amiami.com, about $17

  • Generations Fall of Cybertron Grimlock, Amazon.com, $22.99

7 figures total for Feb 2013. A good number of TFs for one month, not too many, not too few. 2 figs come from Generations FOC, 2 Masterpiece figs, and 3 TF Prime figs. With the exception of Predaking and Wildrider, I opened all the figures.

FOC Starscream is pretty legit IMO. I think he’s one of the better FOC deluxes. In fact, other than the Shockwave / Air Raid mold, the Starscream mold may be my favorite.

MP Soundwave and MP Laserbeak is pure TF awesomeness! I may do a review soon. There are plenty of reviews out there already though, so don’t just take my word for it. Many fans consider Soundwave to be the best MP figure out there. I don’t know if I would go that far (since I love MP Sideswipe so much), but he’s definitely in the top 3. And Laserbeak, he’s just too cool! I think the cassettes are G1 size, but this Laserbeak is 10 times better than his G1 incarnation. He’s way more show accurate, and his back/thruster/laser is part of the transformation. If you like G1, this purchase should be a no brainer.

Arms Micron Rumble is cool, much like the US version of RID Rumble. The head mold is different, but the AM one is more G1 by far. I got this so I can have both Rumble and Frenzy. Obviously one of these Rumbles need to be Frenzy. Maybe they will take turns being Frenzy, depending on my mood.

Last but not least, we have Grimlock. Grimlock figures always kick ass (well maybe not the Classic figure). I might review him too, but I touched on him briefly in my last post. I think overall, the T-Rex mode leaves a little to be desired, but the robot mode is amazing. As for the Dino Grimlocks, the MP is still the best. But either this or the Animated figure would deserve to be number two.

So that’s it, my TFs in Feb 2013. 4 of the figures (2 MPs and 2 AMs) are Japan only. The other 3 US figures are still somewhat rare as of this writing. But they can be found if you keep your optics open. So keep hunting my fellow Transfans… Transform and Roll Out.

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  1. March 2, 2013 at 5:50 am | #1

    How much do you pay for shipping?
    All you japan figures are so cheap.
    I got my soundwave too from TFsource and not chep ><
    but its a very good one to play with, best masterpiece even I think.

    • March 2, 2013 at 7:19 am | #2

      hey Winner, all 3 japan figs from amiami came in one shipment. EMS shipping was close to $50 :( but overall still feels cheaper than local dealers.
      Yep I love soundwave too. Awesome fig!

  2. aptkane
    March 5, 2013 at 3:29 pm | #3

    Wow, that’s a great haul! Nice work HP!

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