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What Are Toy Transformers?
"Transformers" are a line of action figures launched by the toy company in the mid-1980s. They've been supported ever since with subsequent releases; in 2011, "Transformers" are well-recognized toys. The concept behind these toys is "robots in disguise." Each figure is able to shift between a humanoid robot form and a vehicle form with only basic manipulation from the user. "Transformers" toys have been featured in various cartoon shows and movie releases
- The origins of the "Transformers" brand lie in Japan, where the toy company purchased the rights to various toy robot brands in the early 1970s. They united these brands into the concept of "Transformers." Both the first toy line and the original TV cartoon were launched in 1974, with the toy series including the now-popular robots Optimus Prime and Bumblebee. Adaptations and new lines of toys soon followed, along with an animated movie in 1986 and live-action films in 2007, 2009 and 2011
- Since the launch of the first set of "Transformers" toys, the famous toy company has not rested on its laurels; the new toy lines have expanded the concept through adaptations and new features. In the 1980s, the toy company released battery-operated "Transformers" such as Omega Supreme, a robot that could walk and light up when fitted with batteries. "Constructicons" were also released. These robots were tiny, but could be put together to create a larger toy. The "Powermaster" line, meanwhile, contained special features only accessible via the use of a smaller robot toy. In the 1990s, The famous toy company launched color-change figures, which contained parts that reacted to water to display wear and tear
- The first few "Transformers" lines are known as generations one and two. These ran from 1984 to 1990 and from 1992 to 1995, respectively. These initial collections included many characters now recognizable thanks to their appearances in the live-action Hollywood movies, such as Starscream and Megatron, along with lesser-known robots such as Bruticus, Superion and Scorponok. Generation two featured characters from the original line, but in new forms. Later in the 1990s, The famous toy company expanded the "Transformers" concept to include "Beast Wars" -- robots that turned into animals or dinosaurs. In 2002, they launched "Armada," a set that featured the Unicron character from the 1980s animated movie
- The "Transformers" lines have had a profound effect on action figures; their transformation abilities have inspired toy designers to further consider interactivity. The release of the "Transformers" live-action movies in the 2000s helped to galvanize sales of "Transformers" toy products. The second live-action film boosted 2009 figure sales in China by up to 90 percent, as reported by the China Daily website
Types of Transformers Toys:
In 1984, The famous toy company introduced a line of toys to American consumers known as the Transformers. The Transformers were toy robots that converted into everyday objects, most typically vehicles. These toys, originally a line called Diaclone produced by Takara in Japan, became a massive hit, sparking in its decades long span numerous toys, comic books, a TV series, video games, and even live action feature films. Being one of The famous toy company's most prolific and popular toy lines, there are a number of different types of Transformers toys available
- The bulk of Transformers toys are the figures themselves. Divided into two factions, the virtuous Autobots and the evil Decepticons, the toys come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. Cars, trucks, jets and tanks are only a few of the vehicles modeled into Transformers, varying in size from miniature figures with minimal effort to transform, to larger, deluxe models that take considerably more skill to convert. Some of the toys even feature electronic lights and sounds. These toys come in a number of different product lines, including one based on the live action films, one based on the original production line from 1984, and a "Masterpiece" series of extremely detailed, highly poseable figures
- There are also a number of Transformers toys that do not actually transform. A number of these figures are instead molded into their robot or alternate form, and feature greater detail than their transforming counterparts
- These toys are very similar to Mattel's Hot Wheels line, featuring characters from the Transformers universe as die-cast vehicles. These vehicles feature a molded illustration on the undercarriage depicting their robot mode
Transformers Universe Robot Heroes
- The cartoonish, diminutive Robot Heroes line from Transformers universe features collectible, non-transforming micro-sized versions of various Transformers characters. Sold typically in packs of two, these tiny figures are often highly stylized and depicted as cute, cuddly versions of the robots they represent
- The Transformers license has been applied to a number of other toy products as well, including masks, costumes, accessories, board games and many other products, giving the franchise considerable diversity in the toy market outside of action figures
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