Wrong Sewer! stars Raphael and Donatello LEGO Minifigs from Baxter Robot Rampage (79105) and K’nex Mario Kart Mario and Lugi.
1) Next time we hire someone that knows the metric system.
2) They’re bigger on the blueprints.
3) Not to scale
4) Did not Extrapolate!
Also this weekend we’ll be at ConNooga. If you are near Chattanooga drop by and visit. This year they have an exhibit hall only ticket. Which lets people who just want to shop visit the dealer’s room and not the rest of the convention.
As I stated yesterday, this past weekend I found the new Transformers KRE-O mini-fig blind bags. They are called Kreon Miro-Changers and have 2 modes robot and beast or vehicle. The figures do not transform like the action figures. You have to take them apart and build the other form. There are only 6 figure in this series which Hasbro calls the Preview Series.
I got a couple figures to check out. I’d seen the KRE-O sets before but this is my first purchase. I got Waspinator and Scorponok. First impression the legs look week, and not much painting detail. Most of the past are molded in color. Both figures had detail on the torso. The paint was covered up by chest pieces that had to be added to hook accessories on the robot’s back.
The heads are painted and have some personality. Scorponok has some neat forearms. But the helmets are the best part. They have that classic Transformers look. A little more details and these would be pretty cool. Some of the parts like the helmets are good for customization.
Scorponok in beast mode.
6 possible figures SPINISTER, SUNSTORM, WASPINATOR, GALVATRON, CRANKSTART or SCORPONOK figure.
Kre-O Transformers Blind Bags
The Clockwork Robot is back. After completing his research, the Clockwork Robot is bold enough to steal a STAP(Single Trooper Aerial Platforms) from the Battle droids. The battle droid takes a wild ride on end of a the blaster cannon.
Appearing in this scene The Clockwork Robot mini fig #8827, STAP w/Battle Droid (#30058)
Who is your favorite droid from Star Wars?
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We all want to improve oursleves and automtons are no exceptions. The Clockwork Robot is studying on how to be a bigger bot. Here he is reading Super #1 Robot, Japanese Robot Toys, 1972-1982. by Tim Brisko, Matt Alt, Robert Duban, Saburo Ishizuki. Great book of Toy Photograhpy I have a couple of the Shogun warriors shown in this book.
See Gaiking from his blog apperance in feb 2011.
The Clockwork Robot explores a new planet.