In a post refreshingly devoid of purple marker, the usual Weibo leaker has shared images of the upcoming Studio Series
Voyager Megatron. A new mold based on Megatron's Revenge of the Fallen
appearance, the figure looks quite good in both modes even if the cannon/sword assembly on the right arm reminds us of nothing so much as a crab to this very day. Keep reading for more images of Crabtank Megatron!
And thanks once again to our sponsor Robotkingdom
for posting packaging images of this month's Movie The Best
releases to Facebook! In stock at Robotkingdom today and shipping soon are MB-16 Jetfire, MB-17 Revenge of the Fallen
Optimus Prime, MB-18 Bumblebee, MB-19 Hound(the one with the new truck cap/backpack), and MB-20 Nemesis Prime! Keep reading to see!
has posted some new images of their MetalFigs
4" Transformers: The Last Knight
figures to Facebook! These SD-style Optimus Prime and Bumblebee figures are both due to hit retail next month and, as the name would suggest, are made of diecast metal. That's got to be a pretty weighty set of figures! Keep reading to see images.
Via Devyn Ballard on Facebook group Transformers Botposting, we have our first look in package at the Studio Series Thundercracker that just missed its debut at Toy Fair this year. Evidently actually found in a Toys R Us (we're not sure where specifically right now), we finally get to see what the retool of The Last Knight Nitro looks like. The back panel of the box shows a beautiful blue jet mode, meanwhile from the front we get a very good look at the new (still movie-style) head. No word at this time on if the Titan Master compatibility remains, but it would be surprising if it wasn't. Check out the mirrored photos below!
Weibo user NOTRAB
has posted a gallery of upcoming Studio Series
Leader class Grimlock! The new-mold figure is a significant visual upgrade compared to the original 2014 Leader mold. While we might wish for more color, we can't rightly pin that on Hasbro as these figures are designed to be as screen-accurate as they can possibly be. Keep reading to see the photos, mirrored here for convenience!
WhatNot Toys announce that they have acquired the U.S. rights the Herocross line of Transformers Super Deformed action figures. Their new series of movie figures is said to bring a completely new dimension to the incredibly popular Transformer franchise that they hope will resonate with the huge Transformer fan base in the U.S.
Their first wave is shown to include Transformers Last Knight characters Optimus Prime, Megatron, Hound, Bumblebee, Hotrod and Autobot Squeeks. Read on to see them all in the gallery below.
Move toy fans will be glad to know WhatNot Toys is rolling out their own line of Super Deformed Transformers toys, in addition to GI Joe, My Little Pony and others. The promotion on there site shows an The Last Night styled Optimus Prime and Megatron figures that look highly detailed and nicely painted. We'll likely find out about the whole line at Toy Fair later this week.
In what's appearing to be a popular move for third party companies, DX9 and Uniquetoys have announced a new figure based on Transformers: The Last Knight
's Hot Rod! The co-production features diecast metal parts and two accessory weapons, and preorders will also receive a "Heroine" figure - Viviane Wembly with the Staff of Merlin - along with a pair of energy effects for the guns. Keep reading to see photos!
Via Loopaza on Facebook, we have images of the Transformers-relevant pages of Figure King
magazine #240, which we've mirrored here for your convenience. Within you'll find photos of TakaraTomy's Power of the Primes releases, which include the five Dinobots, Dreadwind and Blackwing, Moonracer, and Starscream and sure are all looking very domestic. There are also shots of the previously-revealed MP Shadow Jaguar and the apparently impending Japanese release of the Transformers: The Last Knight
Armor-Up Turbo Changers from last summer. Keep reading to see for yourself!
Twitter user Tagoal
has posted some images of the Transformers: The Last Knight
Optimus Prime Clear Version that was released recently to coincide with TF5's Japanese home video debut! Sporting a lot of clear white and blue plastic, this is the Voyager mold available on shelves now (still) in the Premier Edition. It's kind of a shame that basically every version of this mold looks more appealing than the stock retail release, but even that one is a pretty nice toy in and of itself. Keep reading to see the photos!
From the website of artist Furio Tedeschi we have some new pieces of The Last Knight
concept art from various stages of design. What made this latest batch stand out as interesting was how a number of pieces, such as some of the knight designs, showed clear traces of what would go in to the toyline, possibly marking a few of these pieces as part of the starting point for the design of things like Dragonstorm. Another treat is a few photos of those knight designs as physical set elements from the sound stages - parts of which I personally got to view up close in August of 2016! Keep reading to take a look through the mirrored images!
has posted images of more of TakaraTomy's Transformers: The Last Knight
promotional items, and details on how to get them! Those who spend 2,000 Yen or more at TakaraTomyMall right now will net themselves a Bronze Calibur Axe. Meanwhile, those who spend at least 5,000 Yen starting November 11th will be give a set of golden weapons for Optimus Prime and Megatron - the Temenos Sword and "Battle Axe" - while supplies last. Keep reading to see the images!
' Weibo page, we've got photos of UT R-02 Challenger. This incredibly necessary figure is an unofficial, Third Party take on Movie Optimus Prime as seen in Transformers: Age of Extinction
and Transformers: The Last Knight
. We have to admit: it is impressive how they've managed to make an Optimus Prime from this design almost completely devoid of leftover truck parts. Keep reading for photos!
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