Transformers Kre-O figures are some of my favorite collectibles of the last decade. They're small, fun, and pretty prolific in the toy aisles. Or at least they were. The lackluster movie-themed waves from 2014's Transformers: Age of Extinction film kind of brought the series to a slow crawl. This second series of Age of Extinction blind-bag mini-figures never even saw release in the United States. I only hope the upcoming Robots in Disguise waves will offer some new life to the line. I know I'll definitely be hunting down the Strongarm figure at the very least. But in the long run, I desperately want more classic themed micro-changer waves. Elita One and all the Cybertronian fembots would be amazing as Kreons. I can only hope someone at Hasbro sees that, too. At the very least there is potential for a ton of future convention exclusives in this format. My fingers are crossed. In the meantime, let's check out this elusive Blackarachnia in detail below!
Blackarachnia's spider form requires a few extra pieces, but is essentially a typical Kre-O "bellyflop" transformation.
Time for some Group and Comparison Pics!
Here she is with the other Deceptacon Spider-Lady, Airachnid.