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iGear
Industry Toys
Founded 2010
Website http://www.igeartoys.com/

iGear is a toy company started in 2010 that specializes in third-party Transformer toys and accessories.

iGear

IGear started out as one of the of the more controversial third-party companies. One of thier more popular toys, Faith Leader, was a scaled down copy of the Masterpiece Optimus Prime toy.

Toys

2009

  • iGear IG-TF003 MP-08 Upgrade Set (2009)
An unlicensed set of accessories for Masterpiece Grimlock made by iGear. This set includes a crown, a mug and small, non-transforming version of Thrust in jet mode.[1]

2010

Name Released Picture Notes
Clear Leader 2010 Generation 1 Optimus prime
Delicate Warrior 2010 Delicatewarrior-box.jpg Generation 1 Arcee
Evil Leader 2010 Evilleader-box.jpg Shattered Glass Optimus Prime
Faith Leader 2010 Faithleader-box.jpg Generation 1 Optimus Prime
Nemesis Leader 2010 Nemesisleader-box.jpg Generation 1 Nemesis Prime
Ultra Leader 2010 Ultraleader-box.jpg Generation 1 Ultra Magnus

2011

Name Released Picture Notes
Attack 2011 Attack-box.jpg Generation 1 Thrust
Bee 01 2011 Bee01-box.jpg Generation 1 Bumblebee
Bee 02 2011 Bee02-box.jpg Generation 1 Red Bumblebee
Bee 03 2011 Bee03-box.jpg Universe Glyph
Destroyer 2011 Destroyerigear-box.jpg Skywarp
Elegy 2011 Elegy-box.jpg Dirge
Jet 2011 Jet-box.jpg Ramjet

2012

Name Released Picture Notes
Black Rager 2012 Blackrager-box.jpg Shattered Glass Huffer
Hench 2012 Hench-box.jpg Generation 1 Brawn
UFO 2012 UFO-box.jpg Generation 1 Cosmos

2013

Name Released Picture Notes
Bushwacker 2013 Bushwacker-art.jpg Outback
Manatee 2013 Manatee-box.jpg Reveal The Shield Deep Dive

2014

Unreleased

Reception

The [email protected] podcast for October 21st, 2010 selected a picture of iGear's Bumblebee prototype as one of the New Picture Picks.[2]

The Radio Free Cybertron podcast for February 29th, 2012 discussed in a Bumblebee/Cliffjumper prototype as part of their Third Party Roundup.[3]

The Retro Robot Radio podcast for September 28th, 2013 mentioned the iGear Computer Control Center version 2 in the news.[4]

The Shattered Cast Uncut podcast for August 14th, 2014 discussed iGear's Predator and Cyberjet homages in the news.[5]

Gallery

References

  1. http://www.tfw2005.com/resources/transformers-third-party-addon-accessory-kits-435/mp-8-upgrade-set-5149/
  2. Vangelus (October 21st, 2010). "[email protected]". http://www.tfw2005.com/ (Podcast). TFW2005. http://www.tfw2005.com/boards/wtf-tfw-transformers-podcast/334135-wtf-tfw-118-october-21-2010-a.html. 
  3. Brian Kilby (February 29th, 2012). "Radio Free Cybertron". http://www.tfradio.net/ (Podcast). TFW2005. http://www.tfradio.net/podcast/2012/3/1/radio-free-cybertron-02292012.html. 
  4. Mathew Ignash (September 28th, 2013). "Retro Robot Radio". http://www.youtube.com/user/RetroRobotRadio?feature=watch (Podcast). Mathew Ignash. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6WV0OSUQm5Q. 
  5. Oscar NJ Boi (August 14th, 2014). "Shattered Cast Uncut". http://www.youtube.com/user/shatteredcastuncut?feature=watch (Podcast). Shattered Cast Uncut. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SU5GTsqq9eE. 

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