Just a local Hawaii boy that is into G1 Transformers - Transformers classics, Unite Warriors, Generations etc, Hawaii and mainland hikes, travels, and anything he feels like writing. It's my life. Best viewed in web page format.
Looking good here. Wheelie is very difficult to find now unless you shop at Ebay. I obtained this figure for $25 shipped. Once again, I hesitated to buy this legends toys and paid a higher price when I finally wanted him. Anyhow, same old Takara gimmick where it comes with a comic-relief style manga. Wheelie and Goshooter are playing soccer against Galvatron who is using Megatron's head. How the high and mighty have fallen. Not to mention, Wheelie is also making trouble to Arcee and the other female autobots.
Shuta Go is a human that partnered up with his living transtector, GoShooter (flip those two names in reverse). Shuta is part of the Super-God masterforce G1 continuity; a continuity I am unfamiliar with. Anyone interested, click on the link for his full bio: Not much to say about GoShooter. Easily transformable and love the visor for his headmaster gimmick.
As for Wheelie the toy, I'm glad Takara/Hasbro made a legends assortment rather than the overgrown deluxe remold Jazz figure we had a few years ago. Too bad this Wheelie doesn't come with his slingshot. Wheelie is nice looking though sometimes the different shades of Orange just put me off. The glass case on his chest is superb looking. However, my Wheelie figure isn't without flaws. Sometimes Wheelie has trouble standing because his foot is just flat out straight with all that weight in his body forcing him to fall backwards from time to time. The arms would sometimes peg off as I am trying to transform him, which can be troublesome to some collectors. The idea of a arm falling off is never a good sign, but in this case it's easily re-attachable.
This pic above is the Manhattan Museum of Arts in Ghostbusters II (1989)
Wall St was nice. Not to mention, it was overcast this day with very little rain. The hardest pic to get was Charging Bull. This was the best pic I got. I then went to Koreatown to eat. I first walked by the Manhattan Municipal Building again where I shot the grassy area across this time. This is where they shot a scene in Spider-man 2 (2004)