The Transformers Collectors Club Facebook page has been updated with the character art for the remaining four figures, after Bludgeon and Impactor had their art revealed earlier this year. Produced by Marcelo Matere and Josh Perez, this art is surely bound for bio cards when the figures hit production next year. Also of note in this reveal, Ruckus has had to adopt the new name "Grabuge", a French word that effectively means "ruckus". Keep reading to check out all four pieces of art.
The Transformers Collectors' Club has revealed the last figure from the Dawn Of The Predacus boxset: Sea Clamp. As the center of the combiner, Sea Clamp uses the Scattershot variation of the Combiner Wars Voyager Class Silverbolt mold in some very Scattershot-like colors. The only thing left to reveal is the very red combiner form itself, which is said to have a new head mold as well. Keep reading to see Sea Clamp!
Radio Free Cybertron's John DeLuna is almost always in the lead when it comes to receiving new figures from the Collector's Club, and today is no exception. John has gotten the final TFSS shipment for this cycle, known already to be Krok. Shipped together with it is the "mystery bonus" figure, this time a Generations Legends mold. Thanks to John we have lots of photos of both. We won't disclose the identity of the extra figure here, but you can of course keep reading to see both figures and find out who Krok is bundled with!
Forums member Tambeyoda has shared with us his video review for G2 Starscream, the latest shipped figure from the third Figure Subscription Service set. While the Club warned members that these figures would arrive misassembled with no help to be offered, Tambeyoda seems to be among a lucky few who received correctly assembled figures. Keep reading to check out the embedded video and get a good look at the figure in both modes.
Radio Free Cybertron's John DeLuna is bringing us another great look at the newest shipped piece from the third Transformers Figure Subscription Service, Classics G2 Starscream. This figure is the subject of a misassembly warning issued recently, the result being that the wings can't properly be folded without risk of breaking the toy, and no replacement will be made. This aside, the G2 look has been captured well, and this is supposedly the final outing from the Club for this mold. Click through to check out the photos!
This weekend at Roll Out Roll Call, Fun Publications had hand painted versions of next year's subscription figures Bludgeon and Impactor on display, showing them in their planned decos with at least early castings of their new head sculpts. Differences should of course be expected before the final versions. The Club also released a new mockup image of Ramjet, next year's membership incentive figure, explaining that instructions would be provided for the newly devised way of moving the head to accommodate the crest in vehicle mode. Keep reading and check out the mirrored images.
BotCon 2016 is early next year, which is probably why we're already getting previews of the boxset and figures for the con. The theme has been revealed as "Dawn of the Predacus," and the first figure revealed is a new version of Beast Wars-era Ravage based on the Combiner Wars Breakdown mold. The Club promises five all-new headsculpts and figures based on the Combiner Wars molds - fingers crossed to see if they can get uses of the Alpha Bravo mold into double digits! Click through to read the announcement.
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An e-mail has just gone out to Collector's Club members subscribed to the third figure subscription service detailing an issue discovered with G2 Starscream. A hinge piece has been installed incorrectly throughout the production run, leading to the toy not transforming normally. They warn that no exchanges for this defect will be possible based on limited inventory. Additionally they've noted that they are in the process of changing service providers, a move announced during their panel at Botcon. Read on for more details!
BotCon, the officially licensed Collectors’ Convention for Hasbro’s legendary TRANSFORMERS brand, announced today that next year’s award-winning convention will be held at the historic Galt House, a waterfront hotel right in the heart of downtown Louisville, April 7 thru April 10. In 2016, fans from across the world will be able to celebrate another exciting year of the TRANSFORMERS brand at North America’s largest TRANSFORMERS fan convention!
Transformers Collectors' Club facebook have posted an update: Are you TeamMayhem or TeamWreckers? Check out a preview of the AMAZING TFSS 4.0 Bludgeon and Impactor Tech Spec art and share who you are most looking forward to in the comments. Do not forget, today is the last day to order the TFSS 4.0 set. Read on to see the image below
The TCC has tweeted a new closeup image of the headsculpt for Subscription Service 4.0 combiner Thunder Mayhem today! Based on G1 Thunderwing as seen in his iconic "We Are THUNDERWING!" panel in the Marvel comic, the image shown is said to be the actual sculpt. We'll see how that sculpt translates to final product, but fingers crossed as it's really quite nice! Keep reading to see the image.
In a reveal taking cues from the iconic G1 comic panel by Geoff Senior, the Transformers Collector's Club revealed the combined form of the Mayhem Attack Squad: Thunder Maximus! While Thunderwing was never a part of the original roster(s) of the Mayhem Attack Squad, neither did the Wreckers become a combiner with Emirate Xaaron's head - so thematically, it fits pretty well with Generations Ruination! Keep reading to see the image.
This is a question we've seen pop up a bit since the revised reveal of Impactor this morning: What's the point of giving the toy that can't hand-hold any accessories a pile of extra handheld gear? And why Arcee's accessories specifically when there's Construct-Bots, Arms Microns, and even Japanese Transformers Go! accessories potentially on the table? We can't be entirely certain, but we can see a little bit of logic that lets us make educated guesses. Keep reading to learn what we've put together.
Thanks to Radio Free Cybertron's Melllvarr, we've got our first look at the next figure shipping from TFSS 3. Coming to subscriber mailboxes is Tarantulas, using the Generations Junkion mold and accompanied by a pair of Arms Microns. Alas, Melllvarr's copy of the figure, among the first to be shown in hand, features a prominent QC defect in missing one of the chest guns, so remember to always inspect carefully each figure you receive! We've got two photos, so click through and take a look.
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