Badcube’s Grump & Slick are the newest releases in their mini bot line. You may recall that the last mini bot we had was the fairly big Warpath and prior to that we had Brawny and Backland. Of course we mustn’t forget Cubex’s Huff, which was Badcube before they became Badcube.
Iron Factory have hit another home run this year and yet it feels like just yesterday that I was saying this about their previous big release and then the same before that. To be honest I just find that these figures really are the benchmark for all things legends scaled, they have no direct rivals, perhaps as a result of the fan following that Iron Factory have gained because they offer highly articulated, well painted and well-built pieces of plastic, and now other companies have left it far too long to try to get in on the action. Most third party companies take the masterpiece route but Iron Factory firmly committed to the legends line and have stuck with it, producing better and better designs time after time.
I was planning on writing a review for this figure but due to being incredibly busy at work lately, I have not managed to find the time to write one. So instead, this is more of a gallery until such time as this set is complete, which is when I will write a full review. Continue reading
When I was a child in the 80’s I was totally unaware of the Marvel comics and my only exposure to the cartoon was in between ad breaks and Timmy Mallet acting like a pratt. I had a handful of toys and of those toys, Triggerhappy and Ultra Magnus were my absolute favourites. I never even got to watch the animated feature film until I was much, much older. Besides, I was too busy running freely through the wilds of Kent with just a big grey bear and a panther to keep me company, oh those were the days!