Last month I attended Dairycon 2013 and came home with a whole pile of exclusive toys and merchandise.
My Little A.S.S.-09
A.S.S.-09 was originally a Dairycon 2009 exclusive repainted from a Transformers Beast Machines Basic Battle Unicorn. (Read A.S.S.-09’s original bio here.) Now A.S.S.-09 has returned as My Little A.S.S.-09.
My Little A.S.S.-09 was repainted from a My Little Pony toy (not sure which one). In addition to the fantastic new paint job, MLA-09 has feet molded to look like the original transforming toy’s feet.
Read My Little A.S.S.-09’s bio here.
Batmoo is repainted from the Batman figure available at Target in the Christmas section this past winter as a stocking stuffer. There are three different versions of Batmoo. The yellow and white version was the prototype, and as far as I know, none were released. The “Surge” version is the yellow, black, and white. The black and white version is Heffer’s Avatar. You can read Batmoo’s bio here.
Combat Hero is repainted in purple, black, and red from Beast Machines McDonald’s Tankor. You can read Combat Hero’s bio here.
Nemesis Heffer is an awesome looking toy. He’s repainted from a G1 Huffer. His horns are made from Beast Wars Retrax legs. He’s easily my favorite Dairycon exclusive this year. You can read Nemesis Heffer’s bio here.
Recykill is repainted in the colors of the original Go Bot Cy-Kill from a Beast Machines McDonald’s Thrust. I absolutely love his name. You can read Recykill’s bio here.
The original version of Scoot was a Dairycon 2003 exclusive repainted from a Transformers Beast Machines Motorcycle Drone. (Read Scoot’s original bio here.) Like Recykill, this version is repainted from a Beast Machines McDonald’s Thrust.
You can read Scoot’s bio here.
The original version of Washout was a Dairycon 2007 exclusive repainted from a Transformers Beast Machines Tank Drone. (Read Washout’s original bio here.) This version is repainted from a Transformers Beast Machines McDonald’s Tankor.
Read Washout’s bio here.
Trading Card Set
Heffer’s Hammer Accessory
Keep an eye on www.Dairycon.com for pre-registration information this fall for Dairycon 2014.
Thanks for reading!