Imagine unleashing the power of multiple Transformers figures at once to create a single awesome Team Combiner super robot figure! Team Combiner multi-figure packs feature Autobot or Decepticon teams from the Transformers: Robots in Disguise animated series.
YouTube channel Ancient Robot has posted a new ad for the Robots In Disguise Team Combiners. Sporting new CG of Ultra Bee combining to do battle with Menasor, the 15-second spot shows off both toys - though sadly, not Galvatronus. Keep reading to see the spot!
RID's been a great source for new characters and new designs, both of which are something Transformers very much needs a steady supply of. Today, TFW2005 user darkavenger has posted images of his Legion class Twinferno, which was found at a Singapore ToysRUs. Keep reading to see!
Amazon Canada has posted images of the upcoming Robots In Disguise: Combiner Force One-Step Changer Soundwave! It seems pretty nicely sculpted, and features the "open faceplate" design that swaps the G1 homage for a more appropriate for RID Transformers: Prime look. Keep reading to see!
Just in SDCC 2017 Transformers Robots in Disguise and Rescue Bots display video. We know you cannot be here, so we bring the show to you with these handy videos of the actual toy displays that you can watch. The next best thing to being there. Note, use the playback speed feature on YouTube if the video moves too fast for you.
Hasbro has posted a new Robots In Disguise stop-motion video! Entitled "Teamwork," the short sees Team Bee taking Menasor's rock-climbing challenge. It's too big of a challenge for four Autobots, but it might be about right for one... keep reading to see the short!
Our coverage team at SDCC has sent back photos of the Robots in Disguise and Rescue Bots merchandise being shown off tonight at the Hasbro booth, joining our earlier galleries of Titans Return and The Last Knight. Though it doesn't seem RID or Rescue Bots got the diorama treatment, they're still well shown and a welcome sight at Hasbro's preview night presence. You can find our gallery for these below!
Thermidor - In Hand Photos Of Robots In Disguise Combiner Force Warrior Class Figure Plus More Twinferno!
HK-TF Facebook group member Yong Zhang has posted of Thermidor, the recolor of Warrior-class Bisk that is part of the RID Combiner Force wave that's hitting Asia right now! If you claim you do not need a pretty blue lobster car robot in your life, you are a liar. Zhang has also posted images of Twinferno, which put his color more in the red spectrum, both cementing the Dinobot tribute and disappointing people who liked the look of the orange. Aww. Keep reading to see!
Man, this looks great! Baidu user 全波段巡天 has posted in-hand images of Robots In Disguise Combiner Force Bludgeon. It's a recolor of Combiner Force Wave 1's Blastwave - though it's pretty clear Bludgeon was a place they were always going with this mold. It can even hold its Katana two-handed! Keep reading to see.
Oscar Fung of the TFMizer Hong Kong Facebook group has posted some images of Robots In Disguise Combiner Force Warrior Class Twinferno! Not to be confused with the Titans Return character once known as Doublecross, this Twinferno does transform into a two-headed dragon - albeit with jet wings - and has a somewhat Dinobot-esque color scheme. Keep reading to see!
Legion Blurr is a fun little figure and makes for a fun desk toy. Transformation is simple but I like how it all comes together. The simple step of flipping the fin parts around impresses me for some reason. Definitely worth a pickup.
Chuckdawg1999 is back at it again. Following off of Ultra Bee yesterday, he's back to show off the second of the team combiner sets in RID Combiner Force: Menasor. As Chuck puts it, Menasor is slightly more traditional with five team members, though there's only three distinct molds within the set. You can get a basic rundown of each toy and the combined form in the video - embedded below, of course - and see whether this set looks like something to bring in to your collection. Click through and have a look!
Today, our forums member chuckdawg1999 stopped in to share another new video with us, giving us one of our first in-hand looks at a team combiner set from RID Combiner Force - Ultra Bee! After some people lost enthusiasm toward the Crash Combiners upon seeing them, it'll be important to get a good look at find out how these team sets came out in execution. With two more after this, and these more or less being the "headliners" of this sub-branding, a lot might be riding on these guys! Click through to see the review.
New on the forums, chuckdawg1999 has shared a video with us for the Activator Class Combiner Force Sideswipe from RID. This joins the already released Bumblebee and Strongarm from this pricepoint and shares the play feature of an enhanced vehicle mode when the partner Mini-Con is attached. We've got the video for you to check out in the full post below, so click through now and get watching!
Chefatron from Youtube has one more video review to share this weekend, featuring the Activators Class Soundwave from RID Combiner Force. The Activators are the Mini-Con-interactive action feature style figures. Soundwave is paired with Laserbeak, and using Laserbeak in vehicle mode deploys (non-firing) missile launchers. Apart from that, you can see the admittedly limited articulation and the transformation, though most of that was revealed a while ago in a video featuring Soundwave's prototype, but it's good to see how the final version worked out. Click through to watch!
Time Warner Cable's online episode guide has been updated with two new episodes of Robots in Disguise. Combiner Force, which is either season 3 or 4, depending who you ask, already has had its first 7 episodes become generally available via on demand and official streaming, and today we've found out about the next two unreleased episodes, which focus one each on Drift, and Strongarm. No airdates are offered, but we have the summaries in the full post below. Keep reading!
Robots in Disguise writer and producer Adam Beechen has posted some valuable info to Twitter! The third season of RID, rebranded as "Combiner Force," is confirmed to be 26 episodes long when counting the 2-part opener that aired this weekend. Beechen also confirms that the block of Starscream-centric episodes Cartoon Network labeled as "Season 3" was considered to be a part of Season 2 on the production side. Keep reading for confirmation!
Cartoon Network have made the first 7 episodes of Robots on Disguise Combiner Force available online starting now through June 6th. The Season kicks off with the two part King of the Hill episode. These are FULL episodes that may or may not be available in other countries. Hasbro recently said they would be doing more online streaming of their shows, and here we are. Read on for more details.
Via multiple reports, it seems Hasbro is sending out advisories to fans subscribed to one mailing list or another that the new season of Robots in Disguise will be starting on April the 29th on Cartoon Network in the US. Included is a promo graphic with an unfortunate naming error showing Menasor and Ultrabee. However, right now advance TV listings do not seem to agree with the contents of the e-mail, instead showing the 6 episode run previously called "season 3" starting over in that day's slot. At the moment, it looks like we'll have to wait and see what the DVRs have to report two Saturdays from now!
Streaming website C21Media has posted the first episode of the most recent season of Robots In Disguise, "History Lessons"! Whether the episode is region-locked is unknown, but for those who don't subscribe to cable TV this is a good opportunity to get a look at RID. Keep reading for a link!
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