We're getting reports in from those who were lucky enough to get a preorder in on the Titans Return
Siege on Cybertron boxset that site sponsor BigBadToyStore is now processing those preorders! It shouldn't be long now until people have Magnus Prime, Tidal Wave, Metalhawk, Pounce, and Thunderwing in hand! Keep reading for a rundown of the set's contents!
While Siege on Cybertron,
the second and final Titans Return
boxset is an exclusive of site sponsor BigBadToyStore for US distribution, ToysRUs will be handling the boxset within Canada. As evidenced by Twitter user Ryan Sheehey
picking one up in Ontario last night! Keep reading for photographic proof.
Twitter user @erect85 has gotten a Siege on Cybertron set - or at the least, a Tidal Wave from that set. And it seems he was inspired by the Broadside recolor, because not only did he show it off with its Micron Legend predecessor - whose colors it emulates rather well - but he also dreamed up some "combinations" between the two. It's likely most of these are the result of strategic balancing and camera angles, but they look cool just the same! You can find the whole lot in the gallery below.
Autobase Aichi has posted images of the Titans Return
Siege On Cybertron boxset! With special focus given to Pounce and Armada Tidal Wave, this is our best look yet at the set. Tidal Wave in particular is of note, because his purple plastic is a much deeper shade than what was initially shown. But his Titan Master looks great, and we've confirmed he still comes with a set of scale Aerialbots! Keep reading to have a look.
Site sponsor BigBadToyStore.com
has posted a preorder listing for the Siege on Cybertron boxset! Scheduled to ship in Late July, the set is $99.99 and features Magnus Prime (the US Release of TakaraTomy's Legends Super Ginrai), Metalhawk (a recolor of Triggerhappy), Armada Tidal Wave (a recolor of Broadside), Pounce, the first of the Decepticon Clones, and a diecast Titan Master Thunderwing! Keep reading to see photos and get a link to the preorder page!
Thanks as ever to John DeLuna
of Radio Free Cybertron who has done his usual excellent job in providing photographic coverage of a new fresh release from the Collectors Club. Armada Skywarp is this year's club store exclusive, reusing the new tooling from the membership freebie Universe Ramjet.
This fills out the Armada Seeker trio alongside Hasbro or TakaraTomy Starscream and Legends Series TakaraTomy Starscream Super Mode (AKA Thundercraker). We've got a nice selection of photos for you to enjoy, so keep reading and get started!
Hisashi Yuki just posted a new image of Legends LG18 Armada Starscream Super Mode/Thundercracker in a wary action pose... but lurking behind him is Curse Armada Thrust from Unite Warriors UW06 Grand Galvatron. Is Starscream aware? Should we tell him? No way to know, but keep reading to have a better look at the image for yourself!
Hisashi Yuki has one last picture of Armada Thundercracker for you this morning, this time very
carefully holding his two swords in one hand as a naginata-style weapon. Yuki also remarked that he was considering a Ghost Starscream Super Mode figure at one point... but that the idea itself was now a ghost. Keep reading to see the new photo up close!
Site sponsor Robotkingdom has posted photos and listings for TakaraTomy's upcoming Legends Series figure and a new QTransformers line! The Legends figure is LG18 Starscream Supreme Mode, better known as Armada Thundercracker. The new releases in the QTF series - a new numbering following on the QT series - include Ultra Magnus and Arcee! Keep reading for more details.
We're just guessing, but we think Hisashi Yuki probably loves the part of his job where he gets to play with toys early and show them off for TakaraTomy. This time, he's showing off the upcoming limited Legends versions of Armada Megatron and Black Convoy, AKA RID `01's Scourge! While Megatron is quite naturally compared to LG-13, Scourge is paired with fellow recent Car Robots homage Gelshark/Sky-Byte! Keep reading to see!
Autobase Aichi has brought our attention to TakaraTomy's preorder pages for Black Convoy and Armada Megatron! Interestingly, while Scourge from the original Robots In Disguise is listed with his original name of "Black Convoy," Megatron is listed as "Armada
Megatron," and not as Micron Legend
Megatron. Either way, at 3500 Yen Scourge will run you less than half what the TFCC version goes for on eBay, and Megatron will be kind of pricy at 7500 Yen. Release is scheduled for June 20th-21st. Keep reading for photos!
Today on Twitter, Hisashi Yuki showed off the packaged form of LG13 Megatron, the less red Legends equivalent of Combiner Wars Leader class Megatron! And then he posted an image of the figure with its Armada counterpart, hinting that a Legends version of that figure might even be on the way. Could this be LG15, after Ultra Magnus? We don't know yet, but until we do you can keep reading to see the images for yourself!
Initially posted to the closed Facebook group Transformers Prime TFP by member Tai Yun Soon, images are circulating of Combiner Wars Megatron and Armada Megatron on Asian store shelves! Like most of us intend to do, the photographer only bought G1 Megatron, but this is the first in what will surely be an extended round of in-hand photo shoots of the much-anticipated Decepticon leader. Keep reading to see! UPDATED
with more photos showing tank mode, the instructions, and the sticker sheet with the long-promised Autobot emblems!
Autobase Aichi has posted links to the entirety of Combiner Wars Wave 2 on Hasbro.com, and we now have official photos of pretty much the whole thing! Interestingly, the Deluxes are not shown with hand/foot/gun accessories, but do
have individual weapons. Seeing as Menasor is shown with a matching set of purple hands and feet, hopefully that's just a fluke. Also shown are the Leader-class Megatron and Armada Megatron in-package! Keep reading for the links along with selected photos!
Hasbro Transformers product desiner, Aaron Archer has shared a look at a Transformers Megatron design that never was. The concept image is described as "A unrealized Megatron design from around 2002, 03. I think I wanted him to be a bomber/spaceship." Judging from the date, this was likely made for the Armada line. This is definitely very different look for the Decepticon leader with HUGE weapons for hands, WILD! Read on for the look at the unrealized Megatron design to see it all.
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