Hasbro Pulse has updated with a teaser image of the figures to be revealed at NYCC! With "many robots set to be revealed" promised, the silhouettes show what appears to be the previously-leaked Titan Wars Leader Class Blaster - but who are those other two figures with him? Is the one on the right a Headmaster as it seems, or is it a trick of the posing? We'll find out later this week, but for now keep reading to see it for yourself and ponder!
Finally tonight, Captured Prey has taken extra photos of the Demolishor-headed testshot of Combiner Wars Onslaught, giving us much better looks at the head sculpt. This copy retains the Bruticus combiner head, though there's no certainty that would be the case for an actual production copy, perhaps still leaving a mystery for this version of the toy. Click through to take a look at all the new photos!
Captured Prey has gotten hold of one of the early testshot leaks of Deluxe Brawl, coming soon in the Deluxe Combaticon wave. While we've seen pictures of this in color, both hand-painted and as an on-card production sample now, these photos give us a little closer look, plus show off the arm mode for the first time. Keep reading to check out all the photos!
Captured Prey's Facebook has been updated with photos of the three Combiner Wars testshots they've recently received. First up from these is Scattorshot, the Silverbolt retool revealed during SDCC to a ...less than warm reception, especially when it was announced the other Technobots were not coming with. In any event, the testshot comes off a fair bit better looking than the sample at SDCC, so click through to have a look at it!
Here's one that slipped past us this morning. Takara's official Transformers Twitter account tweeted out a photo showing off the first five Unite Warriors sets. UW-01-03 and 05 are seen as closed boxes with art on display, including the newly revealed Convoy Grand Prime box with some excellent art finding a creative way to hide both the proportion issues of the design and be visually distinct from Menasor's art. Devastator is also present, but unpackaged, perhaps meaning no sample was ready to be shown for the big guy just yet. Click through to take a look!
Sidecutter from Captured Prey has posted up a new photo featuring the testshots of Brawl and Scattershot, plus everyone's current favorite target of confused stares, the Demolishor-headed Onslaught. With New York Comic Con next week, we may learn more about if Demolishor has any particular future in the line. In the meantime, we may get to see a bit more out of Brawl soon, such as the arm mode that seems to have so far gone undocumented. Keep watching for updates!
CONQUERORS Part 1! OPTIMUS PRIME struggles to find his place on CYBERTRON where half the population hates him and the other half worships him. Meanwhile, on Earth, GALVATRON doesn't care what anybody thinks. (W) John Barber (A) Sara Pitre-Durocher (CA) Andrew Griffith In Shops: 10/21/2015
In The Transformers
#45 out in shops and digital distribution today, one particularly notable new character design was introduced that left quite an impact. Issue artist Andrew Griffith has subsequently tweeted out a full, clean piece of art showing off the design for everyone to enjoy. Its role in the story makes giving any more specific identification a matter of rather significant spoilers, so if you haven't read the issue yet I'd suggest holding off on going on to check out the image, but otherwise keep reading for a look at some cool mechanical design work!
Transformers @ The Moon's coverage of the TF Trademarks beat continues, and we've got one that looks promising today: "Titans Return"! The trademark application was filed just this past Friday. The "Titan Wars" name itself was revealed accidentally and prematurely at BotCon 2015 - could this be the final name for that, or just a tagline? Either way, Hasbro's reserving it for Transformers use. Keep reading for more details!
Online retailer Toywiz has placeholder pages up for the Combiner Wars Combaticon Deluxes, and complete with official package shots. Bear in mind these are of the non-US market packages, hence the absence of comics. This does give us one of our clearest looks yet at each of these figures in their production plastic colors and paint. While these are technically 2016 Wave 1, it looks more and more likely we could be seeing these well in advance of year's end here. Click through to take a look.
With Transformers: Devastation
a week from release, the website GamesRadar has invited More Than Meets The Eye
writer James Roberts to talk about Transformers (and presumably gaming) on their show I Got Next!
. The show will go live today at 3:30PM EST - keep reading for more details!
The questions increase as Jetfire digs deeper to try to solve the enigma of the Onyx code, leading to an ...unannounced visit to a secret facility on Earth. Meanwhile, Blackrock visits Spike to make a very unusual request! "The Nothing Man" written by John Barber, art by Andrew Griffith, colored by Josh Perez. Continue to the full review.
Meanwhile, elsewhere in space, a band of Decepticons left aimless in the current age of peace take a quick trip to try to capitalize on one of their disposable assets. But not everyone approves of this plan, and that''s not even the worst part of the day. "Some Of My Best Friends Are Autobots" written by James Roberts, pencils by Alex Milne, inks by Brian Schearer and Alex Milne, colored by Joana Lafuente. Special photography by Maziar Shahsafdari. Read the full review!
After the short version appeared some while back via iTunes, Newsarama is rushing the full preview out for The Transformers
issue 45, featuring at least a couple extra pages of this issue's content than we got to see previously. As usual, you can check out the preview here by clicking the title link, and then be right here next week for our review of this issue!
Newsarama is back to jumping the gun extra early this week, bringing out the preview for More Than Meets The Eye
#45, featuring the long-awaited return of the Scavenger team not seen since... cripes, was that really 2012? It's the followup story three years in the making, so check out the preview, then be back here early next week to get the first review right here!
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