Prime1Studio has posted images of the latest in their line of super high-quality movie Transformer statues: Ratchet! Limited to 750 pieces at $1200 each, this 26" statue is a really nice rendition of the Autobot medic. Keep reading to see!
Via Instagram, Prime 1 Studios has shared a teaser for another upcoming statue. Their movie-based offers continue as this piece is based on Jazz as he appeared in the first live action movie. Given there is some lower body visible in the photo, we'll assume this depicts Jazz before his unfortunate encounter with Megatron near the end of the movie. Pricing and other release info was not provided with this image, but we're sure that will be shared soon. Click through to have a look!
Tonight we have some very good looks at the 10th anniversary lineup TakaraTomy is putting together for the Transformers movie series, heading to retail in early 2017. Celebrating the entire franchise rather than just the first movie, there's a wide assortment of characters represented, many with upgraded decos, and at least two with new accessories as well. Along with this stock photo batch via Hobbybase on Facebook, we have large, clear images of Leo Prime, the Lio Convoy based redeco of Alpha Trion in the Legends series. Click through to check it all out!
2017 marks ten years since the release of the first Transformers movie, and to celebrate how old we all now feel from hearing that, site sponsor TFSource has posted preorders with "DO NOT COPY" catalog photos of TakaraTomy's 10th Anniversary series! Eleven movie figures will be reissues between February and March of next year, with the usual Takara level of extra paint expected. There are also articulated rider mini-figures of Optimus Prime and Bumblebee included with Grimlock and Strafe! Keep reading to see the full listings with each figure's original release.
This is, in my opinion, the best news about Transformers: The Last Knight
we've gotten so far. Hound, the Autobot commando played to such great effect by John Goodman, is officially confirmed as returning for TF5! The fat ballerina who takes scalps and slits throats has been redesigned just like the rest of the Autobots, and appears to now be a medic, or at least wearing one's gear. Keep reading to see!
Prime1Studio has posted a gallery of images of their new PMTF-1 Optimus Prime statue! Coming in at 2 feet tall and USD $1000, the statue features LED eyes and was designed by famed Transformers movie concept designer Josh Nizzi - and in a different, perhaps better world, this would have made a great
movie design for Optimus Prime. A limited edition of 750 will have Prime's trademark energy axe instead of the normal edition of 1500's Ion Blaster. Keep reading to see!
Roll Out with this piece of tranformers history on the actual Chromia Motorcycle prop from the Transformers Revenge of the Fallen movie.
No lie, the posting on Los Angles Craiglist is offering what it is listing as the "actual motorcycle used in the movie, with artist proof and artwork" for sale at $15,000. Based on the 2009 Suzuki B-King motorcycle, the listing includes numerous details on the item. Read on for the full details and images of the Chromia Motorcycle.
In a move that had to be more or less inevitable, TakaraTomy has added Optimus Prime and Bumblebee to their MetaColle line! Short for "Metal Figure Collection," these small figures are minorly articulated and are made of diecast metal. The Age of Extinction
versions of the characters will be joining characters from the Marvel movies, Pokemon, Toy Story,
Hello Kitty, and Neon Genesis Evangelion.
Keep reading to see!
The Transformers Live Action Movie Blog has posted an image showing Optimus Prime's trailer from Transformers: Dark of the Moon
sitting with some other trailers in Detroit. While Prime was last seen in space, it's known that The Last Knight begins shooting in Detroit in early June. So odds are good that the Autobot leader will likely be returning to our planet to kill again in Transformers 5. Keep reading for more info!
Following the official announcement of the movie title, thanks to Paramount Austrailia, we have a first look at the first "Transformers: The Last Knight" official teaser video from Paramount Pictures!
In addition to the new logo, we get a first look at the face of Optimus Prime and some scarry music to go with.
Read on to see the official video for "Transformers: The Last Knight" now.
Comicave Studios have released their newest images for their Omni Class 1/22 Optimus Prime Transformers Age of Extinction movie figure.
The 15 inch high non-transforming figure is fully articulated. Made of 50% die-cast build with metal shield & a sword weapons and light-up eyes.
The figure on pre-order now is scheduled for release August 2016 at a current price of $400 USD. Read on fo r images and details.
Micheal Bay has let it be known that he's and about scouting for the Transformers 5 locations via this instagram account.
And what could be more iconic than a shot of him at Stonehenge? Word is they will be shooting parts of the 5th Transformers movie in the UK so we'll have to wait and see where the devastation will take place.
What other locations do you think would make a good playground for GIANT F*ING ROBOTS?
David, AKA @FakeEyes22, has posted a set of photos to Twitter showing off a pair of new radio-controlled Transformers from Shantou MZ Model Company! Shown are Age of Extinction Helicopter Drift and Generations Megatron, and Megatron has... well. He fires darts, let's maybe leave it at that. Keep reading to see!
Radio Free Cybertron's diecast is still at New York Toy Fair, heroically skipping out on Valentine's Day with his wife in order to bring you photos of everything! So far today, he's gotten photos of automotive decals from Elephant Gun, Comicave's Age of Extinction statues, and some more photos of Kids Logic Devastator! Click through to see it all!
Bloomberg has posted an article confirming the release dates for the next three Transformers movies! All three movies are scheduled for June releases in their respective years, with TF5 hitting next year and TF6 in 2019, with an as-yet unnamed Bumblebee spinoff scheduled for the June in-between in 2018. Keep reading for more info!
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