Fansproject Core has sent out another update letting existing registered website users know about the upcoming premium membership plan and preorders for the Core Trailer unit, a long awaited add on to Steel Core. They explain in this message that the Core Trailer will include the Soleron Ruthen Red Core figure, which was seen previously attached to Steel Core in the previous announcement message. Keep reading for full details!
FansProject Core, the arm of FansProject responsible for the Warbot series which has included Defender, Assaulter, Revolver and more based on classic Wreckers characters has announced the trailer unit for their Steelcore original character design will be made available to preorder beginning September 19th. They've revealed that orders for the trailer, or a trailer + Steel Core figure will enroll buyers in a one year premium membership which comes with three free FPCore products. For more details and an image, keep reading!
The following was posted by CZ Hazard, who works with KFC/KTC: "I've been working with Keith on the stories and bios for the KFC line for a couple of years now, recently Keith has asked me to help out with a public face for the company and someone who can explain things in (hopefully good) English without a language barrier to confuse matters. I will attempt to do my best to help out with answers where and when I can..." Read on for the full release.
A couple images seem at Auto Assembly's third party panel have been released by freelance designer Cassy Sark. Sark has designed numerous third party toys, working for iGear, Mastermind Creations, Mech Ideas and Keith's Fantasy Club. Read on for more details and images.
How will this affect third parties? Hasbro and Shapeways have emailed out info on the SuperFanArt service we mentioned back in July
and among the properties that are going to be offered through the service are My Little Pony Friendship is Magic, Dungeons & Dragons, Dragonvale, Monoply, Scrabble, and of course, Transformers! Keep reading for more details.
Auto Assembly, the UK's biggest Transformers convention, has announced that this year will mark their first third-party panel! The panel will take place on Sunday and will feature toy consultant Ceno Kibble (MMC, Mech Ideas, cute nickname) and freelance designer Cassy Sark (MMC, KFC, etc.). Keep reading for the full official announcement!
Along with Not-Especially-Ultra Magnus, Iron Factory has released images of colored samples of their figures based on Sixgun and Slammer at the Legends scale, which will complete the assortment of partner toys for Fall of Cybertron Metroplex along with that toy's included Scamper. I only count four total guns on Sixgun, making it truly NOT-Sixgun, but its ability to separate in to two large guns or become a tank gives it a somewhat versatile play pattern. Keep reading to see the photos.
Iron Factory has thrown itself fully in to creating additional figures scaled to Generations Legends based on other classic characters. Newly revealed is one figure based on Ultra Magnus that transforms in to a full truck with trailer, though at this size it's more of an assault vehicle than car carrier. It's displayed in scale relative to several other figures, but should be around the same height as current Generations Legends for interactivity with Metroplex. Keep reading to see the images!
Cubex has reformed as Bad Cube, and has announced their first product: OTS-02 Brawny. Continuing the almost-but-not-quite naming scheme from Cubex's OTS-01 Huff, Brawny is being produced with help from a new factory and lessons learned from Huff's design and production. Keep reading for the first images of Brawny!
TFSource has listed a preorder for KFC's EAVI Metal Dai Stack, a Diaclone Powered Convoy-themed recolor of their Citizen Stack homage to Ultra Magnus. It will come with two faces, presumably one with a faceplate and one without. The figure is due for release in early August, and has an SRP of $159.99. Keep reading for mirrored images and a preorder link!
ToyWorld's website has been updated finally revealing the long-promised combiner mode for their Throttlebot-based line of figures. This combiner only clearly uses five out of the six figures, plus an array of parts to support the combined form. We can't say if the figure based on Goldbug will be a part of this mode until more information is released. Keep reading to see the pictures we've mirrored!
TFCon has posted a photo and bio for Pestilence, their attendee-exclusive figure. It's a recolor of the Keith's Fantasy Club Ironpaw figure, AKA Not-Steeljaw, in a color scheme that will go equally well with a Toxitron (who is alluded to in the bio) -or a Transformers Mode "Eva" Convoy. Click through to see the image and read the bio!
Found via Full Metal Hero, Fansproject has released promotional photos of Lost Exo Realm LER-01 Columpio, their take on Sludge. Columpio comes with a Mini-Con, Derpan (yes, really) who can ride Dino Sludge and become an axe for Robot Sludge. Keep reading to see the image!
Fansproject has posted new teaser images today showing that the Function-X line and its Headmaster updates will continue! Figured based on Hardhead and Highbrow can be seen, as well as a third figure that may seek to homage the Horrorcon Apeface! Also revealed is a team of Dinobot-based figures, the Lost Exo Realm series, showing Not-Slag and Not-Swoop figures at the prototype stage. Keep reading to see the mostly-obscured teasers!
Meteor Operation has posted images to Facebook of the ZF-002 Aristocratic Creature Huntsman upgrade kit for the original Voyager Beast Hunters Optimus Prime. This upgrade provides Prime with a battle-masked face as well as his gigantic chainguns shown in the Beast Hunters series. Zenith Forge is making the set available in two color schemes, one gold and black, and a limited edition black and silver chrome version. Click through for photos!
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