Sporting a fancy package and improved paint, this new release of Transformers: The Last Knight
Premier Edition Voyager Optimus Prime is a $50 version of a toy that already should never have been $30 at retail. Which is not to say it's bad. It's actually pretty good! But given that it's difficult if not impossible to remove from its package without causing damage, and you don't actually have any guarantee of receiving the bonus tire segment used on the set of the film, it's really hard to defend the cost. Especially next to Primitive Prime. Keep reading for a gallery of 61 images!
Our anonymous Walmart source has found another exclusive! The Autobots Unite
Flip Change Bumblebee is the second item found with that branding after Flip Change Hot Rod. No word on some of the other items, such as Deluxe Hot Rod, but maybe if we're lucky their release will be coordinated with the home video push. Keep reading to see the photo!
TakaraTomy's announced three more months' worth of Transformers: The Last Knight
promos! Starting September 16th, anyone who buys more than 2000 Yen of movie toys in participating Japanese stores will get a DVD with the stop-motion sequences and transformation videos TakaraTomy has created for the movie line. And then starting in October we've got more vac-metal accessory giveaways. Keep reading to see!
Best Buy Canada has posted their listing for a Transformers: The Last Knight
exclusive 4K Blu-Ray Combo Pack in Steelbook format! Due out September 26th with all the other physical media release of TF5, the combo pack - presumably offering 4K Ultra HD and regular HD Blu-Ray options - will run $35 CAD, which works out to about $28 USD. Keep reading for the nifty boxart!
It's out now, and has been spotted at a Danville, Virginia
by no less than Radio Free Cybertron's
own "Headmaster" Don Ferguson
! This is the Transformers: Dark Of The Moon
Voyager mold with clear red plastic equipment that can be used to "reveal" the character's affiliation via a symbol scrambled in the classic Tech-Spec style. Keep reading for in-package photos courtesy of Headmaster Don!