Optimus Ry
I have two cats...but I'm definitely a dog person.
Optimus Ry
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hobbaswaggle:

DSC_0323 copy on Flickr.
hobbaswaggle:

DSC_0323 copy on Flickr.
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lisoundy:

Transformers Legends: Skywarp
lisoundy:

Transformers Legends: Skywarp
lisoundy:

Transformers Legends: Skywarp
lisoundy:

Transformers Legends: Skywarp
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Ferrari F1
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erikwestrallying:

Subaru Impreza WRC rally car

Legend!
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insert-silly-transformers-pun:

submitted by sexualizedboat
we may never know

Hahaha, oh Optimus, it’s the deep questions.
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crnuts:

Ford GT40 by Nat Twiss
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wellisnthatnice:

Sauber C9 1989 by Stefan Marjoram on Flickr.
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cosplay-gamers:

Transformers - Optimus Prime Cosplay by Pablo Bairan
Photography by Tanya Bairan
cosplay-gamers:

Transformers - Optimus Prime Cosplay by Pablo Bairan
Photography by Tanya Bairan
cosplay-gamers:

Transformers - Optimus Prime Cosplay by Pablo Bairan
Photography by Tanya Bairan
cosplay-gamers:

Transformers - Optimus Prime Cosplay by Pablo Bairan
Photography by Tanya Bairan
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macks-mechas:

So 3 days ago I went to buy a Rozen Zulu. Unfortunately I did not have the money to cover postage (50p off :< ) so I decided to use the opportunity to get my first figure from the AOE Generations line. This is a figure I have tried to purchase before, but Hasbro had the ‘smart’ idea of making all the Generations figures Toys R Us exclusives in the UK. The nearest of those is not far away, but it is difficult to get to (get onto the motorway, turn off through the countryside to a mass market, 5th store in the 3rd store batch).
Anywho, here it is; Evasion Mode Optimus Prime. In a word: wow. I had heard many a complaint about this figure being a lightweight, cheaply made tiny toy of no worth. I can safely say that is not the case at all. This figure harkens back to the FOC Optimus; simply designed, easy transformation, VERY posable.
I am calling this one my favourite of the Voyager movie Primes so far. I have all molds of Optimus as a Voyager to date from the films and none (not even HFTD Optimus) surpass this one. That particular one was essentially a simplification of the leader Optimus with a matrix in the chest, I wasn’t impressed by more of the same when I bought it.
But this one… totally new vehicle mode yet it still transforms into that same Optimus we’ve come to recognise from the movies. The shotgun too is a neat weapon to have. While it does not suit Optimus, it has clips to fit into DOTM Megatron’s hand, I just gave Optimus a blaster from my DOTM Voyager as it matches the one he bursts out of the garage with. Very well engineered, very nicely designed and very fun to have in hand!
Flaws: paint. Or rather lack thereof. Here’s the kicker though; alot of spots that need paint (like the chest area, the feet and the smokestacks) ARE painted, just not painted the right colour. It makes me wonder what would it look like if Hasbro had played around with the palette a little more. The option’s there, they just went with flat matching colours instead of screen accuracy.
All in all one of the best Primes out there. 9/10, scoop him if you find him!
macks-mechas:

So 3 days ago I went to buy a Rozen Zulu. Unfortunately I did not have the money to cover postage (50p off :< ) so I decided to use the opportunity to get my first figure from the AOE Generations line. This is a figure I have tried to purchase before, but Hasbro had the ‘smart’ idea of making all the Generations figures Toys R Us exclusives in the UK. The nearest of those is not far away, but it is difficult to get to (get onto the motorway, turn off through the countryside to a mass market, 5th store in the 3rd store batch).
Anywho, here it is; Evasion Mode Optimus Prime. In a word: wow. I had heard many a complaint about this figure being a lightweight, cheaply made tiny toy of no worth. I can safely say that is not the case at all. This figure harkens back to the FOC Optimus; simply designed, easy transformation, VERY posable.
I am calling this one my favourite of the Voyager movie Primes so far. I have all molds of Optimus as a Voyager to date from the films and none (not even HFTD Optimus) surpass this one. That particular one was essentially a simplification of the leader Optimus with a matrix in the chest, I wasn’t impressed by more of the same when I bought it.
But this one… totally new vehicle mode yet it still transforms into that same Optimus we’ve come to recognise from the movies. The shotgun too is a neat weapon to have. While it does not suit Optimus, it has clips to fit into DOTM Megatron’s hand, I just gave Optimus a blaster from my DOTM Voyager as it matches the one he bursts out of the garage with. Very well engineered, very nicely designed and very fun to have in hand!
Flaws: paint. Or rather lack thereof. Here’s the kicker though; alot of spots that need paint (like the chest area, the feet and the smokestacks) ARE painted, just not painted the right colour. It makes me wonder what would it look like if Hasbro had played around with the palette a little more. The option’s there, they just went with flat matching colours instead of screen accuracy.
All in all one of the best Primes out there. 9/10, scoop him if you find him!
macks-mechas:

So 3 days ago I went to buy a Rozen Zulu. Unfortunately I did not have the money to cover postage (50p off :< ) so I decided to use the opportunity to get my first figure from the AOE Generations line. This is a figure I have tried to purchase before, but Hasbro had the ‘smart’ idea of making all the Generations figures Toys R Us exclusives in the UK. The nearest of those is not far away, but it is difficult to get to (get onto the motorway, turn off through the countryside to a mass market, 5th store in the 3rd store batch).
Anywho, here it is; Evasion Mode Optimus Prime. In a word: wow. I had heard many a complaint about this figure being a lightweight, cheaply made tiny toy of no worth. I can safely say that is not the case at all. This figure harkens back to the FOC Optimus; simply designed, easy transformation, VERY posable.
I am calling this one my favourite of the Voyager movie Primes so far. I have all molds of Optimus as a Voyager to date from the films and none (not even HFTD Optimus) surpass this one. That particular one was essentially a simplification of the leader Optimus with a matrix in the chest, I wasn’t impressed by more of the same when I bought it.
But this one… totally new vehicle mode yet it still transforms into that same Optimus we’ve come to recognise from the movies. The shotgun too is a neat weapon to have. While it does not suit Optimus, it has clips to fit into DOTM Megatron’s hand, I just gave Optimus a blaster from my DOTM Voyager as it matches the one he bursts out of the garage with. Very well engineered, very nicely designed and very fun to have in hand!
Flaws: paint. Or rather lack thereof. Here’s the kicker though; alot of spots that need paint (like the chest area, the feet and the smokestacks) ARE painted, just not painted the right colour. It makes me wonder what would it look like if Hasbro had played around with the palette a little more. The option’s there, they just went with flat matching colours instead of screen accuracy.
All in all one of the best Primes out there. 9/10, scoop him if you find him!
macks-mechas:

So 3 days ago I went to buy a Rozen Zulu. Unfortunately I did not have the money to cover postage (50p off :< ) so I decided to use the opportunity to get my first figure from the AOE Generations line. This is a figure I have tried to purchase before, but Hasbro had the ‘smart’ idea of making all the Generations figures Toys R Us exclusives in the UK. The nearest of those is not far away, but it is difficult to get to (get onto the motorway, turn off through the countryside to a mass market, 5th store in the 3rd store batch).
Anywho, here it is; Evasion Mode Optimus Prime. In a word: wow. I had heard many a complaint about this figure being a lightweight, cheaply made tiny toy of no worth. I can safely say that is not the case at all. This figure harkens back to the FOC Optimus; simply designed, easy transformation, VERY posable.
I am calling this one my favourite of the Voyager movie Primes so far. I have all molds of Optimus as a Voyager to date from the films and none (not even HFTD Optimus) surpass this one. That particular one was essentially a simplification of the leader Optimus with a matrix in the chest, I wasn’t impressed by more of the same when I bought it.
But this one… totally new vehicle mode yet it still transforms into that same Optimus we’ve come to recognise from the movies. The shotgun too is a neat weapon to have. While it does not suit Optimus, it has clips to fit into DOTM Megatron’s hand, I just gave Optimus a blaster from my DOTM Voyager as it matches the one he bursts out of the garage with. Very well engineered, very nicely designed and very fun to have in hand!
Flaws: paint. Or rather lack thereof. Here’s the kicker though; alot of spots that need paint (like the chest area, the feet and the smokestacks) ARE painted, just not painted the right colour. It makes me wonder what would it look like if Hasbro had played around with the palette a little more. The option’s there, they just went with flat matching colours instead of screen accuracy.
All in all one of the best Primes out there. 9/10, scoop him if you find him!
macks-mechas:

So 3 days ago I went to buy a Rozen Zulu. Unfortunately I did not have the money to cover postage (50p off :< ) so I decided to use the opportunity to get my first figure from the AOE Generations line. This is a figure I have tried to purchase before, but Hasbro had the ‘smart’ idea of making all the Generations figures Toys R Us exclusives in the UK. The nearest of those is not far away, but it is difficult to get to (get onto the motorway, turn off through the countryside to a mass market, 5th store in the 3rd store batch).
Anywho, here it is; Evasion Mode Optimus Prime. In a word: wow. I had heard many a complaint about this figure being a lightweight, cheaply made tiny toy of no worth. I can safely say that is not the case at all. This figure harkens back to the FOC Optimus; simply designed, easy transformation, VERY posable.
I am calling this one my favourite of the Voyager movie Primes so far. I have all molds of Optimus as a Voyager to date from the films and none (not even HFTD Optimus) surpass this one. That particular one was essentially a simplification of the leader Optimus with a matrix in the chest, I wasn’t impressed by more of the same when I bought it.
But this one… totally new vehicle mode yet it still transforms into that same Optimus we’ve come to recognise from the movies. The shotgun too is a neat weapon to have. While it does not suit Optimus, it has clips to fit into DOTM Megatron’s hand, I just gave Optimus a blaster from my DOTM Voyager as it matches the one he bursts out of the garage with. Very well engineered, very nicely designed and very fun to have in hand!
Flaws: paint. Or rather lack thereof. Here’s the kicker though; alot of spots that need paint (like the chest area, the feet and the smokestacks) ARE painted, just not painted the right colour. It makes me wonder what would it look like if Hasbro had played around with the palette a little more. The option’s there, they just went with flat matching colours instead of screen accuracy.
All in all one of the best Primes out there. 9/10, scoop him if you find him!
macks-mechas:

So 3 days ago I went to buy a Rozen Zulu. Unfortunately I did not have the money to cover postage (50p off :< ) so I decided to use the opportunity to get my first figure from the AOE Generations line. This is a figure I have tried to purchase before, but Hasbro had the ‘smart’ idea of making all the Generations figures Toys R Us exclusives in the UK. The nearest of those is not far away, but it is difficult to get to (get onto the motorway, turn off through the countryside to a mass market, 5th store in the 3rd store batch).
Anywho, here it is; Evasion Mode Optimus Prime. In a word: wow. I had heard many a complaint about this figure being a lightweight, cheaply made tiny toy of no worth. I can safely say that is not the case at all. This figure harkens back to the FOC Optimus; simply designed, easy transformation, VERY posable.
I am calling this one my favourite of the Voyager movie Primes so far. I have all molds of Optimus as a Voyager to date from the films and none (not even HFTD Optimus) surpass this one. That particular one was essentially a simplification of the leader Optimus with a matrix in the chest, I wasn’t impressed by more of the same when I bought it.
But this one… totally new vehicle mode yet it still transforms into that same Optimus we’ve come to recognise from the movies. The shotgun too is a neat weapon to have. While it does not suit Optimus, it has clips to fit into DOTM Megatron’s hand, I just gave Optimus a blaster from my DOTM Voyager as it matches the one he bursts out of the garage with. Very well engineered, very nicely designed and very fun to have in hand!
Flaws: paint. Or rather lack thereof. Here’s the kicker though; alot of spots that need paint (like the chest area, the feet and the smokestacks) ARE painted, just not painted the right colour. It makes me wonder what would it look like if Hasbro had played around with the palette a little more. The option’s there, they just went with flat matching colours instead of screen accuracy.
All in all one of the best Primes out there. 9/10, scoop him if you find him!
macks-mechas:

So 3 days ago I went to buy a Rozen Zulu. Unfortunately I did not have the money to cover postage (50p off :< ) so I decided to use the opportunity to get my first figure from the AOE Generations line. This is a figure I have tried to purchase before, but Hasbro had the ‘smart’ idea of making all the Generations figures Toys R Us exclusives in the UK. The nearest of those is not far away, but it is difficult to get to (get onto the motorway, turn off through the countryside to a mass market, 5th store in the 3rd store batch).
Anywho, here it is; Evasion Mode Optimus Prime. In a word: wow. I had heard many a complaint about this figure being a lightweight, cheaply made tiny toy of no worth. I can safely say that is not the case at all. This figure harkens back to the FOC Optimus; simply designed, easy transformation, VERY posable.
I am calling this one my favourite of the Voyager movie Primes so far. I have all molds of Optimus as a Voyager to date from the films and none (not even HFTD Optimus) surpass this one. That particular one was essentially a simplification of the leader Optimus with a matrix in the chest, I wasn’t impressed by more of the same when I bought it.
But this one… totally new vehicle mode yet it still transforms into that same Optimus we’ve come to recognise from the movies. The shotgun too is a neat weapon to have. While it does not suit Optimus, it has clips to fit into DOTM Megatron’s hand, I just gave Optimus a blaster from my DOTM Voyager as it matches the one he bursts out of the garage with. Very well engineered, very nicely designed and very fun to have in hand!
Flaws: paint. Or rather lack thereof. Here’s the kicker though; alot of spots that need paint (like the chest area, the feet and the smokestacks) ARE painted, just not painted the right colour. It makes me wonder what would it look like if Hasbro had played around with the palette a little more. The option’s there, they just went with flat matching colours instead of screen accuracy.
All in all one of the best Primes out there. 9/10, scoop him if you find him!
macks-mechas:

So 3 days ago I went to buy a Rozen Zulu. Unfortunately I did not have the money to cover postage (50p off :< ) so I decided to use the opportunity to get my first figure from the AOE Generations line. This is a figure I have tried to purchase before, but Hasbro had the ‘smart’ idea of making all the Generations figures Toys R Us exclusives in the UK. The nearest of those is not far away, but it is difficult to get to (get onto the motorway, turn off through the countryside to a mass market, 5th store in the 3rd store batch).
Anywho, here it is; Evasion Mode Optimus Prime. In a word: wow. I had heard many a complaint about this figure being a lightweight, cheaply made tiny toy of no worth. I can safely say that is not the case at all. This figure harkens back to the FOC Optimus; simply designed, easy transformation, VERY posable.
I am calling this one my favourite of the Voyager movie Primes so far. I have all molds of Optimus as a Voyager to date from the films and none (not even HFTD Optimus) surpass this one. That particular one was essentially a simplification of the leader Optimus with a matrix in the chest, I wasn’t impressed by more of the same when I bought it.
But this one… totally new vehicle mode yet it still transforms into that same Optimus we’ve come to recognise from the movies. The shotgun too is a neat weapon to have. While it does not suit Optimus, it has clips to fit into DOTM Megatron’s hand, I just gave Optimus a blaster from my DOTM Voyager as it matches the one he bursts out of the garage with. Very well engineered, very nicely designed and very fun to have in hand!
Flaws: paint. Or rather lack thereof. Here’s the kicker though; alot of spots that need paint (like the chest area, the feet and the smokestacks) ARE painted, just not painted the right colour. It makes me wonder what would it look like if Hasbro had played around with the palette a little more. The option’s there, they just went with flat matching colours instead of screen accuracy.
All in all one of the best Primes out there. 9/10, scoop him if you find him!
macks-mechas:

So 3 days ago I went to buy a Rozen Zulu. Unfortunately I did not have the money to cover postage (50p off :< ) so I decided to use the opportunity to get my first figure from the AOE Generations line. This is a figure I have tried to purchase before, but Hasbro had the ‘smart’ idea of making all the Generations figures Toys R Us exclusives in the UK. The nearest of those is not far away, but it is difficult to get to (get onto the motorway, turn off through the countryside to a mass market, 5th store in the 3rd store batch).
Anywho, here it is; Evasion Mode Optimus Prime. In a word: wow. I had heard many a complaint about this figure being a lightweight, cheaply made tiny toy of no worth. I can safely say that is not the case at all. This figure harkens back to the FOC Optimus; simply designed, easy transformation, VERY posable.
I am calling this one my favourite of the Voyager movie Primes so far. I have all molds of Optimus as a Voyager to date from the films and none (not even HFTD Optimus) surpass this one. That particular one was essentially a simplification of the leader Optimus with a matrix in the chest, I wasn’t impressed by more of the same when I bought it.
But this one… totally new vehicle mode yet it still transforms into that same Optimus we’ve come to recognise from the movies. The shotgun too is a neat weapon to have. While it does not suit Optimus, it has clips to fit into DOTM Megatron’s hand, I just gave Optimus a blaster from my DOTM Voyager as it matches the one he bursts out of the garage with. Very well engineered, very nicely designed and very fun to have in hand!
Flaws: paint. Or rather lack thereof. Here’s the kicker though; alot of spots that need paint (like the chest area, the feet and the smokestacks) ARE painted, just not painted the right colour. It makes me wonder what would it look like if Hasbro had played around with the palette a little more. The option’s there, they just went with flat matching colours instead of screen accuracy.
All in all one of the best Primes out there. 9/10, scoop him if you find him!
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elita0ne:

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