Singapore fangroup Planet Iacon has posted images of diagrams showing Superion and "Ultra Prime," Combiner Wars Optimus Prime's super robot mode. These use only the Wave 1 limb-bots, so each of the Autobot combiners is making use of Stunticon Dragstrip in some form or another. Since they seem to be emphasizing the Scramble City mix-and-match aspect for Combiner Wars it works but still... weird.
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Haven't decided which version of Brainstorm you'll get? TakaraTomy's Hisashi Yuki has graciously taken a break from posting images of MP-24 Star Saber to give us a look at Legends LG09 Brainstorm side-by-side with his Generations Voyager counterpart! As is common these days, Legends Brainstorm sports a good bit more paint. Keep reading to see for yourself.
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!
Planet Iacon has posted new images of the first wave of Combiner Wars Generations figures in-package! The Voyager assortment includes Aerialbot leader Silverbolt and Optimus Prime, and the Deluxes include Aerialbots Firefly, Skydive and Alpha Bravo(the new kid)... and Stunticon Dragstrip. It also looks like, despite an impending $2 price hike, comics are no longer included with Deluxe figures. On the upside, that Voyager Optimus Prime looks a bit better in his final production colors. Keep reading to see the photos!
Thanks to BBTS who just let us know they have two new box sets listed for pre-order. First up is the Emergency Response set featuring First Aid, Groove, and Streetsmart. The second set is the Evac Squad Set which includes Hot Spot and Blades. Each of these box sets is priced at $59.99 with shipping slated for 1st quater of 2015. Pre-order them now at bigbadtoystore.com
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TakaraTomy's Hisashi Yuki took a break from his busy schedule of tweeting Masterpiece Star Saber pics to also give us a look at Legends Roadbuster in-package! The TakaraTomy equivalent of Generations Voyager Roadbuster, there are some subtle color layout differences on this edition of the toy as well as a slightly more vivid set of base plastic colors. Is that worth the import prices to you? Keep reading to get a better look and make up your mind!
The HeroXNet Twitter is still publishing new photos of the Generations 2014 Volume 2 premium figure, GoShooter! A recolor of Generations Nightbeat with a Mini-Con partner to represent the character's Headmaster Junior, we now have images of GoShooter's packaging as well as a new "third mode" meant to emulate the original toy's heavily-armed Attack Mode configuration. Keep reading to see!
The Chosen Prime has posted a gallery of Generations Arcee, with some guest spots from Chromia and Mastermind Creations' own take on the character, Azalea. Generations Arcee is not only looking pretty decent, but she's armed to the teeth as befits the IDW version of the character, sporting two swords and two guns. Keep reading to see the mirrored images!
TakaraTomy designer Hisashi Yuki has put out yet more photos of upcoming products on Twitter, this time giving us a good look at the Legends version of Tankor both in and out of package. Also, he's tweeted images of two figures in a Macross-esque, half-transformed "Gerwalk" mode. One is Brainstorm, who does a pretty good approximation of the mode as a space jet... and the other is Roadbuster, who is kind of not a jet at all. Keep reading to see how that works!
HeroXNet on Twitter has shared some new images of Generations 2014 Volume 2 mailaway figure GoShooter, and his Mini-Con partner Shuta Go. Goshooter is an attractive, heavily-decorated recolor of the Generations Nightbeat figure, itself the Bumblebee/Goldfire mold with a new head. Shuta Go is a recolor of Generations Legends
Bumblebee's Mini-Con partner Blazemaster. Goshooter will soon be joining the ranks of Million Publishing's exclusives of Japanese Transformers characters such as Stepper and Artfire -until then, keep reading to see the photos!
The E-Hobby page for Transformers Cloud has updated with what may well be the final story image for the line. It'd make for a good wrapup, showing all eight Cloud figures to date. The story page seems to conclude with Optimus Prime declaring "Everyone... I'm home," which would reinforce the sense of closure suggested by the piece. Keep reading to see the image!
Robotkingdom has posted images of TakaraTomy's "Black Knight" recolors of Lost Age Advanced Series (Age of Extinction Generations) Slug and Scorn. Both are looking pretty nice, will run you about $32.90, and start shipping this Saturday, November 1st! Keep reading to see the photos!
The official TakaraTomy Transformers Twitter has posted images of Transformers Legends Rattrap and Optimus Primal in-package, along with a quick cartoon informing us that Legends Rattle/Rattrap has now sold out. In addition, Legends package artist Yuki Ohshima posted some in and out of package images of Optimus Primal on his Twitter. Keep reading to see the images!
TakaraTomy has published a new picture of GoShooter, the Masterforce-themed recolor of Generations Nightbeat. (Which is itself
a remold of Generations Bumblebee and Goldfire.) It's a really nice deco, and comes with a Mini-Con partner to represent Headmaster Junior Shuta Go. The figure is a Million Publishing exclusive and will be available to those who purchase Generations 2014 Volume 2. Keep reading to see!
Armada Starscream is a really well done Generations Deluxe, but one thing he's missing is his original Mini-Con partner, Swindle. MasterShooter Collectibles is working on fixing that, with a figure seemingly codenamed "Hustler" going by the capitalization of the word in the announcement. While not a racecar anymore, Hustler turns into a gun, which is at least just as good. You can also spy an adapter on the Mini-Con port on Starscream's left arm, which will likely let you mount Hustler in place of the traditional Starscream arm-guns. Keep reading to see the photo!
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