Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Transformers Display @ Malaysia International Toy Fair

There was a comprehensive of Transformers display by Transmy at the Malaysia International Toy Fair. They definitely impressed me with their wide collection of the toys from the 80s until the recent one.

Here are the combiners from the G1 era, Predaking, Menasor and Abominus. They are all the fusions of all five individual robot from particular group such as Predacons, Stunticons and Terrorcons. I notice Bruticus (Combaticons) was not among the crowd.

Stunticons will make their appearance in the next Transformers movie and all of them will combine to form Menasor. It will be also an interesting duel between the Stunticons leader, Motormaster with Optimus Prime.

The Fortress Maximus towered above the rest of the Autobots. Even the combiners look tiny.

This is Trypticon, a giant dinosaur which transform to a Decepticon base is a long time nemesis to Metroplex. I really wish I had one of this.

I can see Hot Rodimus, Perceptor, Ultra Magnus and Six Shot. Six Shot can transforms to 6 alternate modes and not many Transformers can achieve that.

Some of the classic G1 Transformers, Blaster, Sky Lynx and Galvatron.

The Dinobots with their leader, Grimlock. By the way, the Dinobots are not very bright Autobots.

This is another classic Transformers. These trio can combine to form a camera, mainly used in Decepticon's espionage mission.

Quintesson on the top left which is responsible for creating both the Autobots and Decepticons according to the G1 stroy line.

The reissue version of both Mirage and Shockwave. Shockwave will features in Transformers 3 as the main villain.

2 giant planet Transformers, the fearsome Unicron and his half brother, Primus of Planet Cybertron

Beast Wars Transformers which feature Optimus Primal, Megatron and Silverbolt.

Megatron from the first movie version.

5 comments:

Bengbeng said...

wow.. there is so much choice compared to Sibu.

transmy said...

cool coverage on our booth bro. thank you.

dong ho said...

and it all ends to your favorite. the transformers

John J Foster said...

I have laugh, when I was young all we had was tin solders and yoyo's the kids of today are really so lucky. Looking at these transformers make me want to be young again and spend hours playing with them.
thanks for this post.
regards
John

Zhariff said...

young at heart - that's one thing anyone can be ;)never too late for hobbies like these mate!

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