Thanks to Target.com who have posted new order pages with images of the Transformers Age of Extinction Power Attackers Junkheap, Vehicon, and High Octane Bumblebee. Get an official look at the final Wave 4 figures in the packaging now.
Live-action Transformers composer Steve Jablonsky has posted an illuminating explanation to Facebook to help us understand why the Age of Extinction (and, as it turns out, Dark of the Moon) soundtracks have been removed from iTunes. In short, it has to do with music licensing fees that kick in at a certain threshold- and Paramount doesn't want to have to pay them. Keep reading for Jablonsky's full statement!
The official TakaraTomy PR Twitter account for Transformers has posted a new photo of Army Camo Hound, a recolor of the Generations Voyager mold that is part of a special box set with the Japanese home video release of Age of Extinction. It's not a huge difference from the mass release in either country, but it looks pretty nice and should be a nice bonus for those who want the Japanese Blu-Ray version of Transformers 4. Keep reading to see the photo!
Michael Bay's official account has posted a 10-minute outtake reel to Vimeo! Plenty of behind-the-scenes action to be seen, along with a couple of cameras falling victim to the master of explosions. Also notable: Kelsey Grammer covered in blood and ash, saying "I was this
close!" Keep reading to see it for yourself!
A Japanese fan has reviewed Advanced Series Armor Knight Optimus Prime on YouTube! AD31 has been the focus of a lot of attention this week, and with good reason. A refinement of the Age of Extinction Generations Leader class Optimus Prime, Armor Knight/"Saikyou"/Ultimate Mode Optimus Prime sports retooled parts to reflect the final render for TF4 Prime, plus a highly detailed deco and a face-swapping gimmick to give both masked and unmasked looks in a single figure. Keep reading to see the video- hope you speak Japanese!
Autobase Aichi has just posted an album of ToysRUs Japan's exclusives for November, including Advanced Series EX Rollbar and the promotional Carnivac Mini-Con. Rollbar is a recolor of Generations Deluxe Skids in a color scheme similar to the Rollbar figure in the Breakout Battle Platinum Edition set. Carnivac is a recolor of Classics Mini-Con Overbite, and is a gift to those who spend at least three thousand Yen on Transformers in one visit to a Japanese TRU. Keep reading to see photos!
Thanks to our good ol' buddy ol' pal Shartimus Prime who has posted a brand new video review for the Transformers 4 Age of Extinction Hot Shot Deluxe Class. Get a looks at the remake of the Crosshairs mold at Hot Shot. Get a look at the figure out of the package in his robot mode with the full break down and details on transformation to his alternate mode
Our thanks to Alfes2010 who has followed up a round of early unboxing shots with two full review galleries of the just released Knight Armor/Ultimate Power Optimus prime. TakaraTomy's retool of the Leader Class figure to bring it more in line with the upgraded appearance of Optimus from near the end of the movie. We've mirrored a number of photos highlighting differences and direct comparisons, and there are many more waiting at Alfes2010's blog. Keep reading for the pictures and a link to the review pages!
In what has to be the precise opposite
of the design's intent, TakaraTomy is giving away a pair of Lucky Draw Evasion Mode Optimus Primes as part of the promo campaign for the Blu-Ray/DVD release of Transformers Age of Extinction in Japan (where it's known as Lost Age). Also up for grabs are other unique prizes -keep reading for the full rundown!
If you felt Age of Extinction needed a little more class, well... you can at least have it in a fancy box! Blu-Ray.com reports that Target is getting a second exclusive Blu-Ray release of Transformers 4, this time in a Steelbook case. The initial release was in a "transforming" package similar to the one Target got for the first film. This version goes on sale starting on the 23rd for $13. If you presume about $10 of that is for the fancy case, that's a fair price for Age of Extinction. Keep reading to see the ad for yourself!
Thanks to Alfes2010 who has posted many new images of AD-31 Armor Knight Optimus Prime Transformers Movie Advanced Saikyo(Ultimate) Mode Figure From Takara Tomy out of the box. If you've been wondering what all new and different about this figure, other than the new head. Here are a good number of images showing the figure in robot and alternate modes. Read on for the full set that have been mirrored from Twitter.
The official Transformers facebook page have posted some more looks at the making of Transformers 4 Age of Extinction. While concept art often shown of just the characters. Here, we get some looks at the images showing the visualize and design set locations as well. In this case, we get some views of the original imaginings for the Kinetic Solutions Incorporated (KSI) building and the some interiors as well with Optimus Prime and what appears to be part of Galvatron.
Thanks to our sponsor Robotkingdom who has posted new box images for the Movie Advanced AD-31 Optimus Prime Saikyo(Ultimate) Mode action figure. Get a look at the Transformers Age of Extinction 4 figure that is loaded down with detailing and movie accurate goodness. Get a look at the remake of the AD-01 molde new head with interchangable mask, arms, chest, shield and redecorated sword for more details. Pre-order the figure now at RobotKingdom.com
The ever-diligent chuckdawg1999 continues his streak of Age of Extinction reviews with the one-step version of Steeljaw! It's one of the better-looking one-step figures, and has an interesting "windup" method of transformation. Keep reading to see for yourself!
The official Takara Transformers Twitter account has posted two new images of the Carnivac Mini-Con that's currently available to those who spend 3,000 Yen or more at a Japanese ToysRUs. A clear smoke-colored plastic remold of Classics Mini-Con Overbite, Carnivac - which seems to be the Japanese name for Steeljaw - is shown along side his master Lockdown. Keep reading to see the photos!
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