In short order after finally becoming available in online retail, the first in-store sightings in the US have popped up for Leader Class Sixshot. The first report from Megablah shows Sixshot in a Target in an unspecified location in California - small area to check, we know. Subsequently we've heard of at least one other sighting in a Portland, OR Target. It looks like Target is the place to check right now, especially on the west coast. And if you're wondering if it's worth getting out looking, check out our review of Titans Return Sixshot
! Keep reading for photo proof of the California sighting.
With the official release date just about upon us, we'll be sure to see plenty of Masterpiece Cheetor in the next little while. But in the meantime we've got a few extra photos to share with you offering some direct comparisons you might be interested in. Mainly looking at Cheetor's relative scale with MP Optimus Primal, which might be indicating Cheetor to be a tiny bit bigger than the show models had it, but generally right. And as an extra, Alfes2010 snapped a photo of MP Cheetor next to the original toy ...mostly imitating Mutant Head action, but it's a good look at both ends of the Cheetor spectrum. Click through for mirrored photos!
Major online retailers such as site sponsor Big Bad Toy Store are now receiving Titans Return
Voyager Wave 3! We've got our first crack at two entirely new molds in this wave, each of which will later become a Triplechanger. So who's in the wave and what do we know about these? Read on to find out!
On Twitter, TakaraTomy has shared a video presentation that gives a history (in brief) of the Transformers Masterpiece line. While the majority of the video spends time focused on the history of the series, toward the end it stops for a bit on the upcoming new version of Megatron, and gives a good look at its Key to Vector Sigma accessory and energy mace, with cartoon clips to give them their context. We've taken some screencaps from that segment, and you can find those and an embed of the Twitter video in the full post below!
Look at that thing!
Those guys are tiny,
and it looks so good! LG-41 Leo Prime
(occasionally known as LioConvoy
) is TakaraTomy's release of the Titans Return
Alpha Trion mold, swapping out Sovereign for the Sentinel Prime head. Happily, it looks like the gun stays tabbed to the top of lion mode properly, which was a problem for Trion. Remold, better QC, or is @Alfes2010 just that patient a photographer? Keep reading to have a look at his photos, mirrored here for your convenience!
Hasbro has filed for a new trademark with the US Patent Office for a new logo: a hybrid Autobot/Decepticon logo! It's not the first time we've seen such a mark... but this one has the added twist of using the Movie Series versions of the familiar Autobot and Decepticon Insignia. We'd heard that "Reveal Your Shield
" will be a promotion for Transformers: The Last Knight
, so perhaps this is its logo? Keep reading to see!
The Transformers battle explodes into uncharted territory when the Titans Return. Join the battle with this new assortment of Titan Master figures! The Titan Master line-up expands in Wave 4 with Nightbeat, Skytread, Repugnus and Shuffler. Each Titan Master figure comes with a transformable vehicle or beast and can transform from a robot to become the head for any Deluxe, Voyager, or Leader Class Titans Return figure (sold separately). The Set of 4 is listed for $21.99. Preorder now at bigbadtoystore.com!
Hi, Here is a quick update from www.robotkingdom.com.
1.Starting from now on, for all Star Wars orders over USD50 will come with a FREE plastic folder as GIFT! Including preorder unsent orders too, we will include free gift too. These 2 types of files will be given out randomly. If you want a certain type, please include remarks during your order.... First come first serve until stock last!
The retailer-oriented part of Toy Fair 2017 rolls on, and vendors were treated to 55 minutes' worth of footage from Transformers: The Last Knight!
Mark Wahlberg & Josh Duhamel were interviewed afterwards, and the Associated Press has posted videos of samples of each interview. Click through to hear what Duhamel thought about the footage and learn about Wahlberg's on-set injuries!
Premier Edition is the "Generations Series" of The Last Knight, though with a bit more of a "Black Series" flavor, to take a categorization hint from Star Wars. But from the early leaks of the Deluxe assortment it was clear that it wasn't actually the premiere of every toy in Premier. Half of Deluxe wave 1 is reuses from Age of Extinction, and Voyager Grimlock takes the ratio farther. With Toy Fair's reveals now, we want to look and see how much farther this might go. Keep reading...
As we come up on the last weekend of the month, it's time for new toys in Japan, and highly anticipated on that score is Masterpiece Cheetor. Twitter user @ZEAMTIGER has already gotten hold of Cheetor and has been sending out a variety of photos giving us our first real in hand look. Though right now no comparisons with MP Optimus Primal are shown, you can see Cheetor side by side with the Generations molds of Rattrap and Rhinox, showing how one scales well and the other... doesn't. The photos are mirrored in the album below, click through to take a look now!
MASTER BUILDER MB-03 FEILONG
Master Builder MB-03 Feilong stands 8.90 inches tall and transforms from robot to two-headed dragon. Feilong is made of ABS plastics and metal alloy and features a high level of pose-ability and comes armed with a blaster.
Fan favorite artist Nick Roche has been doing alternate covers for Transformers: Lost Light
around the them of characters literally lost in space. Yesterday, Roche posted clean art, both in lineart and color form, for Lost Light
#6! This time, we have a whole bunch
of characters in space, but they're not looking lost anymore. Keep reading to get a good look at Roche's inking skills on the black and white lineart, plus colors by Josh Burcham!
So when you look at this, do you focus on the spidery legs - Airachnid? Blackarachnia? Tarantulas, fresh off his appearance in Sins of the Wreckers
? - or do you focus on Onslaught and Blast Off? Whatever drew your eye first, Till All Are One
artist Sara Pitre-Durocher has posted some looks at the making of the cover, including several sketch passes where the pose of the Combaticons was refined, and a color test! Keep reading to see!
Perfect Effect has posted new images of the one thing many of us have been wanting to make their Leader-class Super Ginrai/Powermaster Optimus Prime figure complete: Ginrai! The Deluxe-ish sized figure is looking pretty poseable, and the new grayscale images also show off the new chest frame that need to be installed for the figure. And since you have to do that, it should
be possible to use this on either variation of the mold! Keep reading to see.
Loopaza Mega Store has posted Figure-Oh (Figure King)
scans to their Facebook page! The pages are split somewhat evenly between the AU x Transformers Infobar transforming phone toys, and of course Transformers: The Last Knight
! The early figures are shown in the same was as on TakaraTomy's website, with TLK-02 conspicuously absent. However, there's one thing shown that may help us narrow down its identity... keep reading to see!
Site sponsor TFSource has posted images of their Palm Collection Blue Cat & Naughty, AKA Brainstorm & Mindwipe! These Palm Collection figures are more or less Legends-sized and feature functional Headmasters. Due out in March, they have a preorder price of $44.99. Keep reading to see the images!
The eagerly-awaited Titans Return Six Shot (as it's spelled on the package and listed on both site sponsor Big Bad Toy Store and also HasbroToyShop's site) is finally
in stock at major online retailers! With an SRP of $44.99, the Ninja Consultant for the Decepticons is the first Titans Return figure to be designed in such a way that you can leave the head installed for transformation. Keep reading for a link to ExVee's review!