Holy crap! Transformers has too many names on their packaging. But this is Walmart Exclusive Transformers: The Last Knight Autobots Unite Deluxe Class Autobot Hot Rod.
With Wave 2 from The Last Knight, the Legion Class finally gets some new molds, a trio in fact. Drift features an interesting leg transformation, Crosshairs has some interesting molding that resembles the trenchcoat, and Megatron is just an overall great figure. Hopefully, you'll be able to find these soon.
On Youtube, chefatron has posted a review video for Deluxe-class Cogman, which is beginning to become available in the southeast Asia markets. The figure looks really great, which is backed up in the review which heaps praise on it. We get to see a demo of the vehicle mode's ability to seat two Titan Masters inside as well. With distribution being ...troubled
in the US, it's unclear how difficult it might be to get hold of this figure, but if special effort is required, it at least looks like the figure is going to be worth it! Click through to watch.
Coming to us from Kevin Liu, we've got our first look in video at the Deluxe Cogman figure from The Last Knight. This video covers transformation from car to robot, which has a couple of unexpected turns along the way that make the process look interesting to do. And of course we get good overviews of both modes as well as a quick showing of some alternate head choices on Cogman's "transtector". The video is in Chinese, but it's a great look at the toy. You can find it embedded in the full post below!
From chuckdawg1999 on our forums, we have a look at Wave 3's brand new Deluxe Bumblebee. While Chuck highlights the relative smallness of the robot mode (and bad use of packaging space in the Premier Edition boxes) what really seems to stand out is the involved transformation from car to robot as demonstrated in this video. You can check it out yourself, click through now to watch the video embedded below!
On Youtube, Pancrazi has posted two videos for Premier Edition Leader Class Dragonstorm from Transformers The Last Knight. The review itself is not in English, but is easily followed along with visually for the basics of the toy. The second video is a warning message in English describing a breakage problem focused on the dragon heads, as reportedly multiple units between Pancrazi and people he knows have had damage or outright breakage almost immediately out of the box. It looks like this could be another toy to be wary of from the start! Click through for both embedded videos.
On the RFC Reviews Youtube channel, diecast has posted a new video for the Leader Class Transformers The Last Knight Megatron. Probably the most exciting entry in the price point, which gained a lot of attention and anticipation since its reveal at Toy Fair this year. The figure looks great, but the instructions apparently are not, judging by the video. Check out that and more in the review which you'll find embedded below!
While in the US we were giving most of our attention to San Diego Comic Con over the course of last week, Japan was getting its unique edition of Leader Class Optimus Prime in TakaraTomy's The Last Knight series. We have a nice video from wotafa on Youtube that, while in Japanese, very clearly demonstrates the toy, including the shield that is the focal point of its changes from the prior releases. One point proved in this review is that the shield can remain unpartsformed as a backpack if so desired, and in doing is a bit more tidy than the original version of the toy still. For this and more, check out the video below!
Thanks to diecast on the RFC Reviews channel, we've got a quick look video review for the Valvotron figure being offered by Valvoline as part of the promotional run for Transformers The Last Knight
. Valvotron was available by submitting a receipt for an oil change or the purchase of a quantity of Valvoline motor oil from participating retailers, and the figures are now being fulfilled. You can check out the embedded video below to get a look at the figure up close!
This non Transforming Model Car is Walmart Exclusive Metals Die Cast Transformers The Last Knight Lamborghini Centenario Hot Rod.
INCLUDES HUMAN ALLIANCE FIGURE DEMONSTRATION AND MORE.
Read on to watch the video after the jump.
Coming to you fresh from our forums, chuckdawg1999 has presented us with a new video review of Voyager Nitro, from The Last Knight Premier Edition wave 3. Featuring some cross-compatibility with Titans Return - or just Cogman, up to you - Nitro's been pretty anticipated since it leaked a while back. But it does feature a somewhat involved transformation, making a demo walkthrough good to have. Most of the length of this video is spent on that, making each step of the process clear between showing off the features of the toy in each mode. You can find the review embedded below!
Chuck from our forums has shared a new review video with us. Today he's looking at Scorn from The Last Knight wave 3. Despite (spoilers) not appearing in the movie at all, Scorn got a new Voyager Class mold for this line, significantly larger than his previous toy and with a greater degree of articulation and detailing to go along with it. We've got the video embedded below, click through to check it out right now!
Thanks forTformers forum user blurrprime we have a video review of the Transformers The Last Knight Autobot SQWEEKS Premium Edition class figure. How does this little blue bot measure up to the rest of the surprisingly decent Premium Edition figures? Watch the video review after the jump to find out.
While I was looking forward to the deluxe version of Hot Rod the figure is a bit too fiddly for my liking. The Legion version though is a great little figure and worth a pickup.
The Titan Changer line is the transforming branch of Titan figures, not to be confused with the Titan Class large scale figures. Articulation is very limited and of course, the transformation is simple. These are geared toward a younger audience but it is nice to see how all the Megatron figures differ.
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