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Prime 1 Studios continues its series of extravagantly detailed - and plain old extravagant - statues of the Movie Transformers! Limited to a run of 1500, with 500 including an exclusive severed Brawl head, Ironhide sports LEDs in his head and his cannons, and will set you back $1600 USD. Luckily there's a nice gallery of photos available so you can give it a nice, thorough look-over before you buy - keep reading to see!

3A has published photos and release information on their Premium Scale Collectible Figure version of Movie Starscream! Coming to the Bambaland 3A store on Friday the 13th, the figure will run $430 US. Pricy, yes- but not unreasonable for a 16" tall figure with seventy-five points of articulation. Keep reading for all the info!

While casually mentioning that they now have the G1 license, Prime 1 Studio has listened to their fans and given them a preview of their 2016 wares from the Transformers Movies! Grayscale images of Shockwave, Sentinel Prime, Dark of the Moon Megatron and Bumblebee and/or Stinger can be seen in the image. Keep reading to have a better look!

Hold up before you sign that check and buy a used car, because there's a statue of a robot you may want to think about first! Prime 1 Studio has posted an extensive image gallery of their elaborate Museum Masterline Transformers Galvatron statue, and it looks pretty impressive! (As it should for an SRP of $1,899 USD!) The Exclusive edition - limited to 888 pieces where the Standard run is 1,000 - includes Megatron's severed head. Keep reading to see!

Thanks to Taiwan fan site TFND who have posted an image review of Tranformers Age of Extinction Platinum Edition Grimlock Dinobot. Get a look a look at the Lost Age version Dinobot with new decos that are more G1 like with comparison images of the G1 Grimlock and MP Grimlock figures and more in the gallery below.

Here comes Halloween and Target has got you covered with the Transformers Optimus Prime & Bumblebee Muscle Target Exclusive Hollween Costumes. Just spotted both of these at the target store in Colma, California selling for $20.00 USD, each. Read on for the details and images of both costumes now.

Curt over at TFSource let us know the http://tfsource.com/age-of-extinction/platinum-dinobots/] Transformers Age of Extinction - Platinum Edition Dinobots Set of 5 was previously mentioned, however it doesn’t look like it was revealed that this set features new G1 head sculpts as well as different colors on each figure. Get a look at the pictures of all the figures that posted in the gallery below.

Thanks to an article by william-james88 of Seibertron, we have scans of a photo shoot from the September issue of Elle Italia, the Italian version of the long-running fashion magazine. In the photos, model Josephine Skriver is shown shopping on New York's Fifth Avenue with her boyfriend from space - who is none other than the movie version of Optimus Prime! Keep reading to see the photos.

See, this is what happens when you leave a giant copper dinosaur outside for too long: it turns green. Photos have appeared on Weibo showing a Robots In Disguise edition of last year's outsized Stomp & Chomp Grimlock figure. It's pretty easy to tell from the photos that it's the Age of Extinction toy in RID colors. Maybe the electronics will gain some Khary Payton voice clips? No way to know yet, but keep reading to have a better look at the toy for now!

Following the earlier report of the Platinum Edition Dinobots. We have word and images by way of the ACG Hong Kong show that show the Transformers Age of Extinction Platinum Edition Dinobots will indeed have new head sculpts. The images confirm there will be mold made to give these figures even better G1 likenesses. Check out the images below for the full details now.

From Weibo by way of Autobase Aichi, we have our first look at the Platinum Edition Dinobots boxset! ...which, as it turns out, is not an assortment of G1 Dinobot reissues. Instead, it's a reissue of the SDCC 2014 Dinobots, those being Age of Extinction Voyager Grimlock plus Deluxe Snarl, Strafe, and Slug, all in G1 colors. One nice thing though: you may not get the pop-up Teletraan-1 backdrop, but you do get Voyager-class Slog, who was previously a separate Amazon exclusive! Keep reading to see the packaged figures.

Tformers continues with is live news covering from SDCC 2015 with the latest news on the Transformers on display at the convention. Here we have an update from the Sideshow Collectibles booth that was showing off the latest in the Movie statues line including Optimus Prime, Megatron and the Bumblebee characters. Read on to see the images in the gallery below.

ToysRUs Japan has posted images of their August exclusive Black Knight Optimus Prime, a recolor of the equally elaborate Armor Knight Optimus Prime, which was itself a heavy remold of Age of Extinction Generations Leader-class Optimus Prime. It may be the standard black recolor, but it's really very well-done, and looks great. Keep reading to see!

Screenwriter Lindsey Beer has posted an image of herself along with her fellow writers and the producers who have been tasked with taking the Michael Bay Transformers films and parlaying them into a full-fledged cinematic universe! Keep reading to see.

It's Japanese Hobby Magazine time again! TAG Hobby has posted images of some new figures as seen in Figure-Oh (Figure King) magazine! Seen are Clash of the Transformers recolors of Optimus Prime, Sideswipe, and Bumblebee as well as "Big" Megatronus - the Mega 5-Step figure we posted a few days ago. Also, there's another look at the Nemesis Prime/Scourge/Black Convoy repaint of Leader-class Optimus Prime! We've got a new name for the black repaint Prime rotation: Black Knight Optimus Prime. Keep reading to see!

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