Hasbro Official unleashes the "Leaked from Cybertron" update on none other than the much talked about, Leader Class Movie 1 Decepticon Blackout. They have given up several new image by way of the social networks that show the figure in his drawing board, prototype and final production phases. Read on to the a look a the preview for the Leader Class Movie 1 Decepticon Blackout figure below.
Thanks to Planet Iacon's group page. We have new looks at the TakaraTomy Studio series Optimus Prime and Starscream in the packages. Get a look at the Japanese editions of these figures now for the full preview of the Japanese editions, below.
Amazon has updates on a couple of upcoming products for us today. We've finally got good copies of the stock photography for Studio Series Voyager Wave 2, consisting of Megatron as he appeared in Revenge of The Fallen
, and Brawl, who only appeared in the first movie. Notably it's our first look at the vehicle mode photo for Brawl, from which we can deduce that he may have an affinity for guns. And for both toys this is our first chance at these stock photos without Weibo-leaker watermarks attached - not to mention higher overall quality. Click through to take a look!
We've got some in hand photos of Studio Series Jazz from a Weibo post today. Jazz is part of Deluxe wave 2, shipping alongside a new Lockdown. We haven't seen a whole lot from this toy so far since it's still theoretically a little ways off, so these three new photos are shining a light on certain details of the overall design. It turns out Studio Series Jazz is pretty traditionally Jazz, in that it carries a large portion of the roof panels of the car mode on the back. While some may not look at that as ideal disposition of alt mode elements, the robot mode otherwise looks pretty good. You can check it out for yourself below.
On Weibo, NOTRAB has shared out a few photos of the wave 2 Studio Series Voyager Megatron. The figure represents Megatron based on his appearance in Revenge of The Fallen
specifically. While that form is certainly not without representation, this newest take is definitely giving a good effort at impressing with the design. We only have a small number of photos from this batch, but they do a nice job showing some of the robot's flexibility and giving a look at the alt mode. You can find them all mirrored below.
Thanks to a Weibo poster, we have a series of images giving us an in-hand look at Studio Series Leader Class Grimlock. This Grimlock promises greater accuracy to the on screen design than the toys that preceded it, and if nothing else it certainly succeeds on that mark in absence of color! Along with some overview images, we've also got some direct side-by-side shots to show off how Grimlock's robot mode stacks up to various other toys. You can find all the images mirrored below.
Wholesaler NDA Toys has given us a first look at the official stock photo for Voyager Class Brawl from the second wave of the Studio Series lineup. This conveniently follows on from a leaked look at Megatron's stock photography, also from wave 2. Through this we have a nice look at the figure in its final color and production plastics, letting us know what to expect when this figure starts getting in the hands of collectors... well, sometime after April 20th, at least, as that was what we last knew as a street date for Studio Series. And it's not always out of the question to see a second product wave hit shortly after the first when a sale date is enforced! Click through to see the full size image.
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!
of Facebook group TFND- Transformers Never Die
has posted an extensive photo set for Studio Series Blackout! It's an impressive figure, to be sure. The backdrop included in-package is particularly nice as well, copying the desert scene where Blackout and Scorponok first made their appearance in 2007's Transformers
film. We've mirrored the images here for you, so keep reading to see!
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!
Via various reports at 2005,
we now know that the Studio Series
Deluxe and Voyager class figures are showing up a bit early! With a street date of 4/20, Washington State Fred Meyer Stores and Kansas Dillons stores are putting the figures out well over a month ahead of time... but given the markup at both locations, you'll be paying for the privilege if you can find them. Keep reading for photographic proof!
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.
of Facebook group TFND
has posted an extensive gallery of images showing off Studio Series
Voyager Starscream! The figure - which is due in both Transformers(2007)
& Revenge of the Fallan
color schemes in different waves - has a lot of articulation and looks very good in both modes. Keep reading to take a look with the gallery we've mirrored here, for convenience.
Studio Series is the topic of the evening, and in our last (for now) update on that front, we have stock images for Studio Series Thundercracker from usual suspect Weibo source tf-factory. Thundercracker is exclusive to Toys R Us in the US and is a redeco and minor retool of The Last Knight Voyager Nitro, featuring a new head. This leak gives us clearer looks at the vehicle and robot photos, plus a sample of the character art for the packaging. So far as we've heard, there's still just the one sighting of the toy in the wild so far. Click through to see the photos.
Amazon has listing pages (currently not available for order, though) for Lockdown and Jazz, from Studio Series Deluxe wave 2. With these comes new stock images showing toys in a final or near-final state reflecting actual plastic colors and complete production decos. Both look pretty nice in their respective metallic finishes, and Lockdown in particular looks like a considerable aesthetic step up from the previous Age of Extinction figure. Check out the new images below.
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