Artist Priscilla Tramontano, who is the guest artist on IDW's The Transformers
this month, has posted her retailer-incentive covers for both that book and Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye
! MTMTE gives us a nice relaxed look at Swerve in his bar, a far cry from the current dire straits the crew find themselves in. Meanwhile, Arcee is all business on the ex-RID cover, which is a perfect fit for the issue. Keep reading to see!
Somebody actually bit on Myers' $100 AUD over retail markup, looks like! Twitter user @Kal_ElofKrypton has posted a series of images of Titan Class Fortress Maximus and is promising video soon. Among other things, you can see a comparison to the original Fortress Maximus' head, and to Titan Class Metroplex (who is actually taller by a shoulder-gun)! Keep reading to see.
Generation-Toy has posted new photos to Weibo! Showing off their upcoming unofficial Jazz figure, the figure's name is given as... GT-4 Jazz. That's unusual! The figure is an interesting color scheme, with a grayish silver that calls back to Jazz's movie incarnation and blue parts where his robot mode was traditionally black, which could be a callback to Marvel Comics or Fall of Cybertron
- or both! Keep reading to see the photos!
You get a Megatron! You get a Megatron! Everybody who handled Gun Megatron in the G1 cartoon gets a Megatron!
The latest Masterpiece to get in on the Oprah-like Megatron giveaway is MP-29 Shockwave! Also known by his Japanese name of Laserwave, the Decepticon caretaker will be reissued in non-Japanese Asian territories, and those who preorder will be gifted with the - what, at least third? - nontransforming pistol form of the Decepticon leader. Keep reading for more info!
An Australian user of the website 4chan has posted in-hand images of the Titans Return Wave 1 Legends figures! Featuring Rewind, Wheelie, and Stripes, these are the first Titans Return figures to make it to market. Rewind and Wheelie are definitely looking good, and Stripes is... looking like an attempt to make a symmetrically-decorated cat out of a rectangle. Keep reading for a closer look!
No gimmick or theme here today, but Hisashi Yuki would very much like you to know how cool Unite Warriors Bruticus is, and also to have a look at its TakaraTomy Mall product page. The Combaticon combiner is leaning back from the camera a bit to imply its height and menace. It's a nice looking figure, to be sure. Still... those color-coordinated feet. They're animation accurate, but kind of weird. Keep reading to see!
TFW2005 has posted images of Toyworld's just-announced G1 Kup figure! This version of Kup, whose scale is currently unknown, sports a few design cues from the popular IDW version of the character. Toyworld provided TFW with four very large B&W images, which we've mirrored here. Keep reading to see!
Hisashi Yuki has posted a new photo of Unite Warriors Bruticus to Twitter! With the simple message "Next month? Next month!" Yuki has included a look at the figure's packaging alongside the Japanese version of the Combiner Wars Combaticon team itself. Click through to see!
The e-Hobby website has updated its listings with color photos of the September crop of Legends figures! Broadcast AKA Blaster, Rewind, Wheelie, Weirdwolf, and Fortress Maximus all feature distinct differences from their US Titans Return counterparts, so it's once again time to ask ourselves the question of whether the TakaraTomy paintjob is worth the extra cost. Keep reading to see!
Site Sponsor TFSource has posted new images of the Legends Series figures for August through September! We now know that Rewind comes with Nightbeat's headmaster and Wheelie comes with GoShooter's. Also, LG30 is finally revealed as Weirdwolf, who comes with a smaller Titan Master vehicle like his Headmaster counterparts Hardhead and Skullcruncher. Keep reading to see!
The site Elljay Hobby Collection has posted new images of the Action Toys Machine Robo figures! Based on the Bandai toys that served as source material for GoBots, the Machine Robo toys - Bike Robo, Eagle Robo, and Battle Robo - are nicely detailed and come with some really great-looking bases. Mr. Elljay hasn't posted a gallery of the Robo Drill yet, but we'll update later if he does. Keep reading to see the photos!
RAC has taken an extensive photo gallery for Mecha Nations Devastator! This SD-style figure features a ridiculous amount of articulation and moving parts - to say nothing of detail, a remote-controlled light-and-sound feature, and a really pretty stand! Keep reading for the full gallery, and thanks again to Kids Logic for providing us with a review sample!
Site sponsor Robotkingdom has posted new color images of Unique Toys' Sworder, due out this month at a price of $90. It's a good bit easier to see where Sworder gets his name now, seeing as how all four
of his helicopter rotors seem to become weapons for the robot mode. Keep reading for photos of all three modes and a size comparison to MP-10!
Imaginarium Art has posted some new images of their
previously announced Rodimus Prime statue! The sculpt is a work in progress, but shows an excellent likeness of the Autobot leader. Release date for the statue is not yet known. Click through to see the photos!
I don't know about you, but I've been looking forward to this: Hisashi Yuki of TakaraTomy has posted a teaser image for the next Unite Warriors combiner! The silhouette makes it clear that the torso will be the Japanese use of the Sky Lynx mold - but will the figure remain Sky Lynx, or we get something completely off the wall instead? It's too early to tell and the translation of Yuki's tweet is unhelpful, but keep reading to see what we've got!
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