Tuesday 21 April 2020

#GCWO: The Great Cybertronian Write Off (part 3)

Over the last few weeks I've published summaries of the daily social media activity I've been involved with as part of The Great Cybertronian Write Off (or #GCWO as the kids undoubtedly say). Along with both TFSquareOne and Toybox Soapbox the goal is to publish a short retrospective on a different G1 toy every day using our respective social media accounts under the hashtag #GCWO. Below you can see the third week's collected in one place (although you'll need to check out the other chaps' blogs to see their entries in full stunning detail).

We already have designs on completing the 1984 and 1985 line-ups, and who knows where we'll go from there, so watch this space! The design and style of the formatting might already be obvious to you, but if not then check out TFSquareOne's first post to see what it's all about! Huge thank you to tikgnat (AKA "The Scourge of Stanmore") for providing his valuable time and attention on the design front here.

So, without further ado - here's week three!

Day 15: Sideswipe (c/o Toybox Soapbox)

Day 16: Ravage (c/o TFSquareOne)
Day 17: Skids

Day 18: Trailbreaker (c/o Toybox Soapbox)

Day 19: Mirage (c/o TFSquareOne)
Day 20: Hound

Day 21: Bumblebee (c/o Toybox Soapbox)

Check back for more next week!

I'll publish a new entry each week, but in the meantime be sure to catch up with the action on social media each day by following the #GCWO hashtag.

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