Construct-Bots

A line introduced in 2013 using interchangeable parts to create transformable figures.

Toy Review: Construct-Bots Scout Class Starscream

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There's one Decepticon Starscream cares a lot about: himself! This Decepticon's mad quest for power is less overt most of the time than Megatron's, but when opportunity strikes he is always willing to step up to take advantage of any moment of weakness by Megatron. To back that up Starscream has amazing aerial skills and powerful weaponry! Today's review takes a look at Construct-Bots Starscream.

Construct-Bots Transformers Starscream Toy Review

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Construct-Bots

General Information:
Release Date: August 2013
Price Point: $9.99 (depending on retailer at time of initial release)
Retailer: General (Target, Wal-Mart, Toys R Us etc.)

Toy Review: Construct-Bots Scout Class Ironhide

in Autobot, Construct-Bots, Generation One, News, Scout

Ironhide is one of the oldest Autobots in Optimus Prime's army. His loyalty is unwavering and his outer strength protects an inner gentleness that considers all life forms precious whether it is a human being or a small bird. In his Construct-Bots from he's faster and better than ever! Check out my first Construct-Bots review of Ironhide!

Construct-Bots Transformers Ironhide Toy Review

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Construct-Bots

General Information:
Release Date: August 2013
Price Point: $14.99 (depending on retailer at time of initial release)
Retailer: General (Target, Wal-Mart, Toys R Us etc.)
Accessories: Wings/cannon halves x 2

Construct-Bots Transformers Toy Review Index

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Construct-Bots

Construct-Bots were introduced in 2013 as a line of buildable figures with interchangeable parts. Unlike their KREON cousins, these figures can be built once and transform without disassembly. Fans were encouraged to "mix and match" parts between sets to create new characters.