The Transformers Collectors Club has tweeted the first photo of a production sample Treadshot with Catgut. The physical copy looks very much like the mock-up imagery produced during the recent subscription drive. Notable in particular is Catgut is shown cast in two colors, rather than the solid single color typical of Arms Microns. Release of the second subscription is likely still quite a way in the future, but we should be seeing more sample shots like this in the meantime.
If you didn't sign up for the first Transformers Figure Subscription Service but you still want to get hands on Ultra Mammoth, we have good news. The Collector's Club
has just announced via Twitter that Ultra Mammoth and Jackpot are now available for purchase from the club's storefront. As always, club membership is required, but if you're a current member the club store has the best price I've seen so far!
Thanks to forums member Tambeyoda who has posted a video review of the Transformers Collector's Club Subscription Service Ultra Mammoth action figure. Get a look at the TFSS exclusive toy with an overview of the Transformers Animated based mold in robot mode and the alternate beast mode in the video below.
I think the TFCC saved the best for last. Ultra Mammoth is just a fun figure and you really don't get to many of those nowadays. Yes the transformation is a bit fiddly but robot mode is awesome. I can highly recommend getting at least one version of this mold.
Thanks to Brian Kilby, primary host of Radio Free Cybertron
and possibly the person most anticipating this figure, we have shots of Ultra Mammoth, the sixth and final figure in the first Transformers Figure Subscription Service. Thanks to a generously sized shipping box, it looks like damage during transit may not be a concern for this figure. Updated
with additional photos from Brian. Keep reading
to see all the photos and the tech spec card.
Hello... Today is the LAST day to sign up for the TFSS 2.0. The Club have have revealed all of the toys here
, and would also like to let fans know other aspects of the offering are in progress! Here is our FIRST look at art roughs for 5 of the TFSS 2.0 characters. The club will be announcing the artist for the 2.0 Tech Specs in the next week or so. We also have some other reveals on the way as well, all related to the TFSS 2.0.
Thanks to forums member Tambeyoda who has posted a video review of the Transformers Collector's Club Subscription Service Figure Jackpot. action figure. Get a look at the TFSS 1.0 exclusive toy with an overview of the Transformers Animated based mold in robot mode and the alternate vehicle mode in the video below.
Out of all the figures in FSS 1.0 Jackpot was the one I wasn't sure about. I never had the mold nor was I that familiar with the character. I was pleasantly surprised with the end results; a well painted figure that has a unique look all it's own.
Once again lucky Texan Julie (@pile_of_butts) gives us a first look at the latest from the TFSS with the now-arriving Jackpot based on the Animated Jazz mold. This confirms what many have expected to be the case from the beginning, that the sixth and final figure in the assortment will be the highly anticipated Ultra Mammoth which should ship to subscribers next month. Check out the photos including a closeup on the new head sculpt and tech specs below!
Mine arrived in the mail today. The cover is art of the TFSS 2 figures (I refuse to call it "2.0"! There the extra decimal is redundant!). Pete says the new Joe club web site is up and running and says the new TF club site is next. Great to know they didn't forget about us. Brain mentioned the TFSS 2 is running. Botcon 2013 leftovers are up in the store official dates and locations of the next Botcon will be out this fall. TFSS 1 figure 4 should be shipping. Also mentions coding the web site is done, they are just testing the layout.
TCC Issue #53!Members will be receiving Issue 53 of the Official Transformers Collectors' Club Magazine over the next couple weeks, so what is in store for them this issue? Plenty! Read on for the full details.
A new war for Cybertron has begun! With Optimus Prime and Galvatron off-line, two legendary Generals, Obsidian and Strika, will be charged with saving Cybertron from the invading clone army led by Megaplex and his fleet of Starscream, Skywarp, and Thundercracker clones. Along with seasoned troops such as Hoist, Electro, Sandstorm, and Mirage, the Generals will need every soldier, Autobot or Decepticon, they can find if they are to save Cybertron and win the Machine Wars!
TFSS 2.0 Order Now!The Transformers Figure Subscription Service (TFSS) 2.0 is now live! You can purchase this service through our online registration system. For a look at all six toys and all the details on the service (including info on a bonus item for signing up for the full service), you can review by clicking the thumbnail. The TFSS 2.0 will be $279, and can be made in one payment or over the course of three payments. You MUST be a TCC member to order this service. Don't wait, the sign up period is only 3 weeks and will end at 11:59pm on Oct. 17th! Order TFSS 2.0 Here
Fun Publications, Inc., licensee for Hasbro’s official Transformers Collectors’ Club, has begun taking orders for the Transformers Figure Subscription Service (TFSS) 2.0. The TFSS 2.0 is only available to active club members. This service is an optional feature and is not included in the cost of the annual Transformers Collectors’ Club (TCC) membership.
Shakedown, take down, Breakdown; you're busted! Probably one of the more obvious additions to wave 1 of the FSS Breakdown is a straight repaint in G1 colors of the BotCon exclusive G2 Breakdown which is a remold/repaint of Generations Sideswipe. Yup, that's a lot of uses for one mold.
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