Posted by marc June 18, 2014
shockwave vinyl transformer loyal subjects

I feel like Michael Bay is continually trying to ruin Transformers for us '80s folks, and that The Loyal Subjects are on the other side, attempting to do the series justice. Their super-deformed vinyl reinterpretations of the robots in disguise have been perfect. The characters are instantly recognizable, but the designs are original.

The latest addition to the Loyal Subjects' 8" line of Transformers figures is Shockwave. Shipping out in July, this Decepticon is super poseable, thanks to 8 points of articulation. Cleanse yourself of Michael Bay's defiling antics with this hunk of vinyl. Pre-order it here and check out the gallery for full res shots.


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