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Hot on the heels of the previous round of leaks, we've got one more set for you! First up is a look at the instructions lineart for Abominus, as well as for the as-yet unnamed combined modes of Voyagers Starscream and Elita-1. Plus we've got trading card art for many of the Wave 1 releases. Keep reading to see!




Another leak has come out from the usual Weibo source, and it's a pretty substantial one. It's primarily made of art assets for Power of the Primes packaging and instructions, so - while small - they represent the best looks we've yet gotten at largely unseen figures such as Voyager Elita-1, Deluxe Moonracer, and more. We also get illustrations of Jazz, Moonracer, and Rippersnapper as arms, and some in-package photos to top it all off. Keep reading for a full catalog of what's here!




It's that time again: a week has passed since a major convention so the usual leakers on Weibo are back on the job. Today we have a look at the combining diagram forPower of the Primes combiner Abominus which will presumably appear in every Terrorcon's instructions, and pegs the last three members of the team as "coming Late 2018." We also have slices of the package art for Voyagers Hun-Gurrr, Elita-1, and Inferno that show off their respective combined forms, Abominus, ????, and ????. Keep reading to see!




Once again, Twitter user @miiakira2017 has posted an image of their Transformers-related design work. Today, it's a classic car- the specific make, if any, eludes RAC - that would have turned into a laser pistol-wielding cowboy. Though there's a slight resemblance to 2010's Hunt for the Decepticons Scout-class Hubcap, the replies peg this as a Diaclone-era design, so well before that figure was designed and likely a coincidence. Keep reading to see!




Hobby Lobby has had a few waves now of different kinds of Transformers art stamped in to sheet metal. A new offering in this line has just recently hit, bringing some new choices. We found today two pieces featuring G1 Optimus, and Bumblebee, represented in the design of the 2006 Classics toy, at Hobby Lobby. They were priced at $18.99 each, which may seem a touch steep for something the size of perhaps a small calendar. But we can't deny the art on them look really sharp. Click through for images of both!




Having managed to stay under the radar for who knows how long, Titans Return Grotusque was announced and simultaneously listed for sale on HTS on the Thursday morning of New York Comic Con. Three days later, we're bringing you a full gallery of the set, which includes Grotusque, his Titan Master Fengul, and the fourth and (presumably) final die-cast Titan Master Scorponok. We've got nearly 200 photos of the set in the gallery below! Keep reading for more info and a few "chapter" links!




Facebook user Sam Scott Robertz has posted a gallery of MP-36 Golden Lagoon Megatron to Facebook! This is the best look we've gotten at the "Lucky Draw" version of the G1 Masterpiece. We're not quite sure how distribution will work for this, but it likely will be via some kind of contest - and we wouldn't want to transform this, either. Keep reading to see!




Artist Ken Christiansen has posted his early concept design for Titans Return Grotusque! The premium figure was announced and released at NYCC 2017 with no advance warning, and this lineart shows off the initial inspiration for the direction the design team would take the final figure. Keep reading to see!




We're pleased to kick off this weekend by bringing you a detailed photo gallery of the just-released Legends Series LG45 Targetmaster Hot Rod! Featuring a retooled vehicle hood and robot chest as well as a completely reworked deco, it's quite distinct from its Hasbro counterpart - and that's not even counting the brand new Targetmaster partner figure! Firebolt features ball joint shoulders, swivel hips, and ball joint knees, as well as a very detailed sculpt! Click through, and you can see it all in our gallery of nearly 200 photos right now!




The @miiakira2017 Twitter account continues to share G1 design work! Today, we've got some sketches for Octane, described here in a very British way as a "Tank Lorry"; artwork for a pair of folding launcher bays designed in the Diaclone Car Robots days, and what are described as figure studies for "erasers," but don't seem to match either the Decoys or the G1 erasers that were produced - at least the US ones. Keep reading to see the images!




On today's Hasbro Transformers presentation streamed live via Twitch, we got out first full color look at the Power of The Primes Dinobot Combiner Volcanicus, the surprise reveal of Titans Return Grotusque, and the teaser featuring the unnamed-but-obviously-Divebomb's wings heralding the appearance of Predaking at Toy Fair in February. The event wasn't all that well publicized and a lot of people missed it as it was happening, but we're here to catch you up with screenshots showing the highlights of the half hour panel. Keep reading to see over 50 images!




Twitter user @kakimasa8 has taken advantage of the fact that all three of the Decepticon Targetmasters appearing in Titans Return - Triggerhappy, Misfire, and Slugslinger - belong to the same family of molds. So the G1 Decepticon Targetmasters are now Headmasters and combiners! ...of a sort. Click through to see the supervehicle!




Thanks to primalxconvoy, we've got an in-depth look at some of the Infobar phone Transformers from the au x Transformers project. These were the subject of a crowdfunding campaign in Japan, from which you would get a set of three figures decoed as Optimus Prime, Megatron, and Bumblebee. A movie-inspired Optimus Prime is being released to direct retail. We have photos documenting the unboxing, as well as showing the individual figures, with size comparisons. Plus images of the instructions (in Japanese) and some details about the toys. Keep reading to see the whole works!





Thanks to Alfes2010 we have some early in-hand photos of the September Legends releases. Their official release date is this Saturday, but before that we've got the opportunity to see TakaraTomy's Sharkticon, Hot Rod, and Kup compared to the Hasbro releases of the same molds. Hot Rod and Kup notably have new tooled parts, as well as their Targetmasters setting them apart even past the deco differences. We've got these first three shots mirrored below, keep reading to see!




We've got scans of the Transformers pages of Figure King 236 from Loopaza on Facebook. This installment features a page and a half on the Movie The Best lineup coming in early 2018, a page featuring the Leader Class Dragonstorm and the big gimmick toy versiuon, which they depict Optimus Prime riding. The last half of page 3 shows the LG Clonetrons, Windblade, G2 Megatron, and the Prime 1 Studios Sqweeks statue. Click through to see the mirrored pages!



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