I also got a fair amount of arrivals during the week too.
Tuesday (last week), Amazon.co.uk, I received Code Geass Complete Season.
Code Geass was a series I came across mostly by word of mouth (I forget the exact details of how and where I discovered it) a few years ago. At the time I likened it to as Death Note with robots, and in some ways that impression still stands.
I had been tempted many a time to get the previous box set releases for this series, but the cost of them coupled with the fact it'd no doubt appear on the Anime Legends label at some point resulted in me waiting until now to finally have it on DVD.
Wednesday (last week), TFsource, I received...
- Timelines Dion
- Kup 02 Head Kit
There's not a lot said about the Kup heads. They're the same as before, but painted to match the e-Hobby United Kup.
Thursday, theentertainertoyshop, I received Hunt for the Decepticons Starscream.
I happened to see Starscream listed at a reduced price of £25 and decided that was a good price for him.
After opening him (and injuring my finger cutting the bloody twist ties) I soon proceeded to transform him for the first time without using the instructions, and by doing so I think I have a greater appreciation for this toy. If you were to get only one movie iteration of movie Starscream, this is the one to go for in my honest opinion.
Friday, kerrisontoys, I received...
- Power Core Combiners Bombshock + Combaticons
- Power Core Combiners Crankcase + Destrons
Crankcase was the first to be opened and left me with a positive impression of the drone gimmick. Bombshock on the other hand has a few issues like the drones not wanting to stay attached and falling over a lot which does annoy me.