Site Sponsor Robotkingdom has posted to Facebook with a list of TakaraTomy's January releases! Up first is the LG-58 Legends Clone Bot Set, followed by LG-59 Blitzwing and LG-60 Overlord! On the Masterpiece Side, MP-40 is revealed as Targetmaster Hot Rodimus. Keep reading for pricing details!
Over at Zone Base, Rob Springer's
Walgreens source has found some interesting information on the Titans Return
Clones Set! Wingspan and Cloudraker will be priced as Deluxes, for US $17.99, and are set to ship in August. August 5th in fact, so it seems the hunt begins anew. Keep reading to see for yourself!
's Zone Base
site has another Walgreens-related scoop! His source was able to find more info on the upcoming exclusive Deluxe Wreck-Gar, confirming it as a Generations figure. Will it be a reuse of Reveal The Shield
Wreck-Gar, or something else? We don't know yet, but keep reading to see more info from Walgreens' computers!
Over at his Zone Base
website, Radio Free Cybertron's own Rob Springer
has posted an article about more findings in Walgreens' computer, where we just found out that there's a Deluxe Wreck-Gar headed our way!
It seems that the budget-minded Cyber Battalion figures are finally coming to the US... and also an interesting curiosity from a line that seemingly didn't happen. Keep reading to see!
Many if us have been focusing on a particular Walgreens exclusive of late, that being the Clone two pack of Wingspan and Cloudraker coming later this year. But that may not be alone. Shown as a still image in a Youtube video from user rektangular, there's a photo of what's said to be a Walgreens inventory screen, on which an exclusive Deluxe Wreck-Gar is seen listed. The simplest answer is that this is the 2010 Generations Junkion mold once again, especially since it was just put in use earlier this year for a Platinum Edition set. But, the possibility of an interesting surprise always exists. We'll keep an eye out for more info, meanwhile, click through to see the inventory list image for yourself!
With SDCC 2017 put to bed and some other sources of information having been available to us, it's time to sit down and ask the question: what exactly do we know about Power of the Primes? And the answer is: not everything, but a lot. We've guessed a lot... and there were kind of some leaks that happened Monday too. Keep reading to see what we know and how we know it!
Our second Titans Return collector card image to be leaked today is not as life changing as a Headmaster Arcee might be for some, but it is interesting in its own right. That same Weibo source put up an image of a collector card for Titan Master Ultra Magnus. Why is this interesting? For one thing, because Titan Master pricepoint items don't have collector cards! And neither do Titans Return box sets, for which Ultra Magnus is believed to have been intended at one time. Keep reading to see the image and for more information!
You voted, and Hasbro listened! The finalists for the Transformers Hall of Fame are in - and in particular, it seems like TFormers' votes for Toy Of The Year were pretty indicative of the finalists! Also included are the finalists for Favorite Character and Favorite Movie Character - keep reading to see the lists for yourself!
The results are in! You voted on Twitter and here at TFormers, and the final tallies for the Hall of Fame Toy Of The Year for 2017 have been collected and sent along to Hasbro to be counted with all the other fansites! So, who won in the final polls and who was the first runner-up in each category? Keep reading to find out!
This is it! We've collected the combined winners across our TFormers Polls plus the Twitter polls to determine the 12 most popular toys released in 2017. This round will determine not only the winner in each of the three categories, but the final vote counts will determine our top three answers for Hasbro to be added to the Hall of Fame totals across all fansites! Click through to vote!
It's time for the annual Transformers Hall of Fame voting, and we want you to help us choose our Toy of the Year nominees, with the winner to be announced at HasCon! Each day between now and Friday, we're going to run an Elimination Vote to determine our finalists, with the final three nominees being chosen by you on Saturday to send along to Hasbro! Keep reading for details!
The official scheduling website for San Diego Comic Con has added Hasbro's Transformers panel to their listings. The event will take place on its typical Thursday, the opening day of the show, July 20th from 11:00am to 12:00pm Pacific Time. The description of the panel is what gets our interest though, as it reveals that next years Generations iteration Power of The Primes will be shown off to the public. This lines up in timing with Combiner Wars, which debuted at SDCC 2014 ahead of its retail debut at the beginning of 2015, much as we expect to see Power of The Primes on shelves in early 2018. Keep reading for the full panel info!
Thanks to the Ozformers community, we've got information that Trypticon is slowly making appearances at brick and mortar retail in Australia at BigW stores. Reportedly the stores are meant to be holding them back for a major sale due to start soon, but that so rarely works in practice. This mirrors last year, where Australia saw Fortress Maximus about one month before the US street date. Australian collectors will pay a price for this early access - literally, as the Australian Dollar price is $298, almost AUD$50 more than Fort Max, and equaling about USD$225. The US SRP remains $150.
There had been hope that MP-39 Sunstreaker would ship earlier in the year than suggested by hobby magazine scans, but it appears that the opposite is true. Planet Iacon has posted a set of leaked listings for the November and December TakaraTomy releases, with Sunstreaker hitting in the final month of the year. But there's good news in the form of the new Legends releases, including the much-desired Legends version of Sixshot! Keep reading to see the details.
with information on the Transformers Live Show! Sys-Con Media reports that Hasbro has partnered with DMG Entertainment to create a new Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality experience centered around Transformers. The first of these "digital simulation experience centers" will open in Shanghai this summer, with plans to expand across China over five years. No plans outside of China have yet been announced, but the project is said to be designed "with the global audience in mind." Keep reading for info!
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