Monthly Archive: January, 2014

Posing toys

For some reason, I got into this weird kick of photographing my action figures lately. It started when I decided to put Blitzwing up for sale. He needed some pizzazz on the listing.… Continue reading

Thoughts about Drift

News broke recently that Drift is the mysterious Bugatti Grand Sport Vitesse in the Transformers 4 movie. The rumors were confirmed after extensive analysis of the only reliable source online: 2014 Halloween costume… Continue reading

Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye #1

The more I think about it, the more I realize I’m not really all that invested in the IDW Transformers universe. The cartoons, aimed at children, usually line things up with good guys… Continue reading

New Thew Video!

Perhaps most responsible for my late Transformers collecting is Thew Adams, who has some wildly entertaining toy reviews on YouTube. The latest review takes a look at the Thrilling 30 release of Whirl,… Continue reading

Autobots! Roll Out!

Originally posted on The Knitting Neurotic:
Words can not express how hard I’m geeking on this right now! BriAbby is indeed bonafide bad ass! The face mask is removable. REMOVABLE!

Transformers Generations 30th Anniversary Voyager Blitzwing

Originally posted on TransformersToyReviews:
With high hopes after Springer and Sandstorm, here is Blitzwing, one of my favorite characters.  While I am mainly a fan of G1, I learned to love Blitzwing from…

My first Transformer

So my first Transformer was Ratchet. That’s right, the headless doctor himself. He was a gift from my dad. He was also my favorite character on the show. Despite being surrounded by military… Continue reading

Why collect?

Let’s face it, folks… Collecting childhood toys is hella lame. It doesn’t matter if somebody’s collection makes it on io9 or if Robot 6 runs a weekly feature. Toys are still the anti-chick… Continue reading


Namaste, and welcome to Till All Are Fun, a blog of all things Transformers! Toys that turns form robots to vehicles or animals have been on my mind a lot lately, and with… Continue reading