Our origin goes way back to the spring of 1998 when our founder Jonathan Sanders got his first Beast Wars toy. After that, he was hooked. At present time he has over 20 of these marvels of engineering. This obsession really started in 1984 though, when Transformers first aired. For the first time ever, Americans were introduced to vehicles that could turn into robots. These toys used revoltonary die-cast technology. Alas, putting metal in toys became ever more expensive and they soon turned to entirely plastic materials. After the show went off the air, there were a few new Transformers every year, but these were usually just recolors of older ones or wierd variations. It was in 1997, with the first airing and first toys of Beast Wars Transformers that Transformers was taken to the next level. Where most of the old toys had limited joint movement, now there were ball and socket joints for hips, shoulders, elbows, and knees. Beast Wars lasted for three seasons (1997, 1998, 1999) and was followed by two seasons (2000, 2001) of Beast Machines. Fox kids then aired a Japanese Transformers cartoon called Robots in Disguise. This consisted of characters whose designs (and toys) were molds from the old Transformers, Beast Wars, and new designs. This fall, Transformers Armada will air, and with it, a whole new line of toys.
This company officially stared in the Spring of 2002 as a project for Website Administration class. Since then, it has grown beyond anyone's wildest expectations. We now own Hasbro, Microsoft, Wal-Mart, and the continent of Antartica. We still focus on what got us here though, the Beast Wars toy sales page. If you are interested in buying stock, working for us, giving us suggestions, or simply lavishing praise upon our founder, please e-mail here. Thank you for going over these pages and we hope to hear from you!