The eagerly-anticipated Leader-Class Generations Jetfire is now up for preorder on Kmart.com, and they've posted a previously-unseen demonstration video of the figure on the preorder page. While we can't find a way to embed this here, it's worth a look for a basic rundown of the figure's accessories and articulation. Keep reading for the link!
The remaining crew of the vanished Lost Light
search for clues
among its wreckage, but find only more questions, and a single, terrifying
answer waiting for them within. Written by James Roberts, art by Alex Milne,
with colors by Joana Lafuente. Read the full review!
BOOTS ON THE GROUND! The war has begun -- and no bars will be held! SCARLETT’s forces go head-to-head with MEGATRON’s hordes -- and the most off-beat adventure in comic book history hits a new level of dangerous alliances, deadly invasions, and devastating betrayals!
SLAUGHTERHOUSE! The crew of the Lost Light are used to past decisions coming back to bite them, but nothing -- not even an ULTRA MAGNUS-certified crash course in the law of unintended consequences -- could have prepared them for the horrors of Sector 113. Be warned: this issue is not for the easily distressed -- or the easily heartbroken.
Manga artist Yuki Ohshima has posted an image from "Train Wars 2," a comic appearing in Million Publishing's upcoming Transformers Generations 2014 volume 2. It's a composite image showing off fan-choice figure GoShooter and his partner Shuta Go in both pencilled and final stages. Keep reading to see the tweet and the photo!
Thanks to @tf_tf on Twitter, we have display case photos from an event where the next Transformers Cloud toys have been revealed. There's a been a lot of speculation about what would come after Rodimus and Shockwave, but no one expected quite what we've seen tonight. The fourth wave will feature Roadbuster as Energon Ironhide, and Sky-Byte as Hellwarp. Why these characters for these molds? Keep reading to find out and see the photos!
PaxCybertron has posted a video review of Generations Crosscut to YouTube! Patterned after a Skids variant released in the Diaclone
line that preceded Transformers, Crosscut was reissused and named in a Japanese eHobby exclusive. Today he appears in More Than Meets The Eye
as a former senator and shovel-wielding activist turned playwright. Keep reading to see the video!
It's the Japanese Magazine Scans time of month, and Singapore fangroup Planet Iacon has posted some Transformers-related pages! In the Transformers Legends department we have a new image of LG06 Gelshark, AKA Sky-Byte, who is much darker than his US release. We also have a new Age of Extinction figure, LA-13 which is a Nemesis Prime made from One-Step Optimus Prime. Lastly, we now know Kabaya is releasing candy-toy figures of the Samurai team from Transformers Go! Keep reading to see the images!
Sarah Stone, who joined IDW this year as the artist for Mairghread Scott's excellent Windblade comic, has now made the cover of Diamond's monthly catalog, Previews! Previews is the ordering catalog for the direct-distribution comics market, and the cover is a gorgeous illustration for the Days of Deception event that begins in November. Keep reading to see the cover!
PaxCybertron has also posted a review for Windblade, the Fan-Made Bot that IDW has left many of us eager to purchase. Pax reports that she's decent, with a few minor issues. Keep reading to see the review!
YouTuber PaxCybertron has posted a review of the upcoming remold of Generations Armada Starscream, Jhiaxus! Introduced in the Transformers G2 comic where he was not orange, Jhiaxus went on to appear in IDW/Simon Furman's Regeneration One comic where he was also
not orange, and also in IDW's main Generations continuity where he was briefly orange after years of not
being orange, because his single orange appearance was designed after this toy
. Keep reading to see the review!
Pax Cybertron has followed up his images post with a Generations Nightbeat video review. Nightbeat is a reuse of the Bumblebee/Goldfire mold- it's not as nice a figure as the Jazz mold shown previously, but it is more accurate to the original G1 body type. Then there's that yellow paint on blue plastic not working too well, though... keep reading to see the full video review now.
Thanks again Pax Cybertron we have some more images this time of the IDW inspired Crosscut figure. Get a look at the Transformers Generations deluxe class toy that is a remake of the Generations Skids character with a newly molded head and paint scheme to go with. This figure was displayed at BotCon and SDCC this year and is expect to hit store shelves anytime now. Read on to see the out of package images.
Pax Cybertron has shared images of Generations Nightbeat. Nightbeat is a reuse of the Bumblebee/Goldfire mold- it's not as nice a figure as the Jazz mold shown previously, but it is more accurate to the original G1 body type. Then there's that yellow paint on blue plastic not working too well, though... keep reading for some mirrored images and a link!
In the past, Prowl questions if Optimus Prime is capable of leading the Autobots in to the future, while in the present, Prowl's pursuit of his own ends jeopardize the discovery of Alpha Trion in the custody of the humans. "Earthfall: Chapter 5" Written by John Barber, Art by Andrew Griffith and Brendan Cahill, with colors by Josh Perez and Joana Lafuente. Read the full review
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