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Autobase Aichi has posted new images of TakaraTomy Arts' second wave of Transformers Bitfigs! Standing just 4cm tall or 1.5"-ish, the new assortment includes two recolors - though Skywarp has a new expression compared to Part 1's Starscream - and two new figures, Ironhide and Soundwave! Keep reading to see the images.
If you'd like a small break from the endless waves of The Last Knight merchandise right now, this might be of interest! Preorders went up on Entertainment Earth for two sculpted mugs, bearing the likenesses of Optimus Prime and Bumblebee - the G1 varieties, that is. Each mug is about $20, and from the mockup art looks like they'll have fairly detailed sculpts. They're expected around August - just be careful you don't poke yourself in the eye with one of Optimus Prime's ears! Keep reading for the images.
Soundwave Brings The Noise to Forged to Fight!
The much beloved Soundwave is joining the Fight mix in a big way this week. Forged To Fight’s Creative Director, Cuz Parry, thought it might be cool to get some insights on the sonic warrior from some of the dev team who worked on him - Piero Herrera, Nick Williams, and Louie Hinayo.
Read on to see the complete interview with game pro tips and video!
Decepticon Soundwave has joined the fight! Today, Kabam has released Soundwave and his trusty minions Laserbeak and Ravage as an unlockable playable character in the new AAA 3D action-fighter Transformers: Forged to Fight for mobile. The Decepticon model of loyalty to Megatrons cause, Soundwave takes advantage of his title as Communications Officer to ingratiate himself with Megatron every chance he gets.
Last month we showed you a small teaser image from Hallmark's "pop culture store" of a Soundwave ornament
that would be offered, joining several previously offered Transformers ornaments. Today we have both larger images, as well as some new information about this item. In addition to the already known $15.95 price, the newly-posted product page indicates this will be made available as of July 15th, for everyone interested in having another Decepticon hanging from their tree. Click through to see the high-res images.
NEW THIRD PARTY ARRIVALS!
Grab new third party transforming figures and accessories from Mastermind, Perfect Effect, Fans Hobby, and more!
Thanks agian to TF@Moon - This video contains cut & altered audio from the Transformers Generation One episode The Ultimate Doom Part 1. The audio is from an original cassette tape of session that took place when Dan Gilvezan was not present and so Wally Burr read his lines. The video ends with the full audio recording from the "human horde" session that would ultimate be spliced into place during final editing.
Hasbro Toy Shop has posted their listing for the new Rubik's Crew Optimus Prime figure! You may feel that the collectible display figure market has gotten a bit of a big head, with new lines PoPping up left and right. But Rubik's Crew gives an actual purpose to cuteified SD display figures: Optimus Prime's head is a fully functional puzzle whose body serves as a display stand. Keep reading to see the photos!
TRANSFORMERS TITANS RETURN
The Transformers battle explodes into uncharted territory when the Titans Return! To control an ancient race of giant city-sized warriors called Titans, the Autobots and Decepticons must harness the power of Titan Masters, smaller bots that give bigger bots increased abilities in battle. Don’t miss out on the latest wave of Titans Return!
Looks like the two foot tall Unicron is not the end for statuary from Soldier Story. The generously-described "lamp" that depicts Unicron standing atop Cybertron's surface is apparently to be joined in future by a planet mode Unicron as well. No indication of its specific light up elements yet, though it seems to be more of a prototype, at least judging by its stand being partly comprised of Bandai Action Base parts. Also shown was a grey prototype for Rodimus Prime unleashing the power of the Matrix. It's a bit easier to guess what will light up on that one! Check out the pictures below.
If your answer is "yes," then Transformers@The Moon has come through for you again! On the tail-end of their recently-released tape for War of the Dinobots,
TF@TM have discovered a session of generic robot kitty sounds recorded by Frank Welker, with voice direction by the one and only Wally Burr! Keep reading to hear.
Transformers at the Moon is back with another upload of lost G1 cartoon audio. In a little bit shorter entry, this installment features War Of The Dinobots, with a few instances of extended scenes, and one marked as having been missing from the episode as broadcast. Fun things to listen for here are unfiltered Dinobot voices, more of Laserbeak clearly being Chris Latta pretending to be falling down some stairs, and Trailbreaker laughing an absolutely inappropriate amount at his own joke. Catch it all in the embedded video below!
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