Thanks to Zap2it who have released a new listing for the upcoming Transformers Prime cartoon "Thirst." There is a short description is included for episode 8 that gives us the title and summary of the show that will air on Friday May 31, 2013 as well as the actors: "Knock Out and Starscream experiment with synthetic lead and threaten to take over the Decepticon ship and unleash an old enemy." with cast: Peter Cullen, Frank Welker, Sumalee Montano, Kevin Michael Richardson, Jeffrey Combs, and Josh Keaton.
The Transformers Prime Commander scale is a great way to get large Transformers characters in a smaller, collectible scale! There’s an updated Optimus Prime and Huffer coming out this summer! — Transformers Prime Beast Hunters Commander Scale Premiere. Get a look at Transformers Prime Beast Hunters Commander Scale Optimus Prime (New Deco) and the Transformers Prime Beast Hunters Commander Scale Huffer now!
Colliger have published an interview with Mike Vogel, head of development for Hasbro Studios, based in Los Angeles. Mike is the go between the cartoon is produced for The Hub and the Hasbro toy brand team. He talks about managing the day to day production for the entire Hub Network where he addresses a couple of questions about the Beast Hunters Prime series and sets some expectations for big news that will be revealed to the fans at Comic-Con.
We managed to pick up some of the TF Prime RID for a great price and are passing along the savings! Check out these prices and more at the above link: Vehicon Troop Builder set of 3 - $25.95, Wheeljack - $9.95, Knockout - $9.95, Deadend - $8.95 and
Hot Shot - $8.95. All prices are while supplies last, once gone we won't receive anymore, so don't miss out - This is the final TF Prime RID stock! Get yours now at TFSource.com
Thanks to YouTuber chuckdawg1999 who has posted a video review for the Transformers Beast Hunters Cyberverse Shockwave action figure. Get a look at the Commanger Class edition that is the other Shockwave toy in the Beast Hunters line. He's smaller and less articulated, but some fans seem to prefer the look of this mold over the voyager. See how TTransformers Beast Hunters Cyberverse Shockwave measures up in the video review below.
Thanks to YouTuber Mitch Santona who has posted a video review for the Takara Tomy Transformers Prime Beast Hunters Go! Shockwave. voyager class action figure that has just been released in Japan. Get the rundown on how the Japanese version compares to the USA version in the video review now.
Thanks to Snakas over at Autobase who has posted a simple review with images for the Beast Hunters Ultra Magnus voyater class action figure. Get a look at the repainted / remolded version of voyager Optimus Prime made over as Ultra Magnus. Our guess is the other mold was not used to save money on CGI modeling a new character, so we get a redux of the Optimus Prime character. Check out the images and review that has been translated from Japanese to english below for more details.
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Thanks to our sponsor RobotKingdom who has posted yet more information on the Takara Tomy Transformers Go! combiner teams that everyone has been excited about. The combiners in the special DVD only sequel have been identified as the Autobot Samurai Team that will include G-01 to G-03. The Decepticon Ninja Team will comprise the figures G-05, G-10 and G-20 that are listed to be named team are named as Gekisoumaru, Hishoumaru and Senshuimaru which translates to Rapid Running, Flying and Diving. So probably they are featuring land, sky and water. The figures that have lights and sounds features will be out in June 2013.
Thanks to Twitter member RobotKingdom who has posted a first look at Takara Tomy's Transformers Go! solicitations that show new figures coming to Japan. As just reported the Predacons were identified as repaints of the Hasbro figures, see below. Also shown are the Aubotbots Samuari and Decepticons Ninja cominber teams, new BeCool, as well as what looks like a new G09 Smokescreen figure and another another unknown G19 figure. Check out the image below for the full looks at the Takara Tomy Transformers Go! series toys.
Thanks to Twitter member Trafes20120505 who has posted a first look at Takara Tomy's Transformers Go! Predacon actiion figures coming to Japan. The GO4 is shown as the Lazerback green repaint with new head. GO7 will be Ripclaw repaint in blue, black and red colors. GO8 is a repaint of the Grimwing black, red, and yellow colors. GO21 will be a is a Skystalker repaint in yellow and black colors. GO9 is not shown but appears to be the Abominus Terrorcon combiner team that will likely be sold as recolored set. Check out the image below for the full looks at the Takara Tomy Transformers Go! series toys.
Thanks to TFND member s70201s who has posted some new images of the east Hunters Grimwing Transformers Prime Voyager Figure. Get a look at the next Decepticon voyager toy that will be coming our way. Get some new angles on this guys that is quite different from the usual Decepticon in bright colors with a beastly Predacon look to him.
Thanks to YouTube member optibotimus who has posted a video review of the Beast Hunters Grimwing Transformers Prime voyager class action figure. Get a look at the big green Predacon action figure from the new series as optibotimus give us the insights on what makes this toy and now. Watch the Video Review Beast Hunters Grimwing now for more details.
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Alfes 2010 posted images for the Takara Tomy Transformers Go! G12 Dragontron / Predaking ultimate class action figure that is just out in Japan. Get a look at the Takara version that looks a looks a lot more orange colored than the Hasbro version that is also show for comparisons. Check out the many modes of Transformers Go! Dragotron now for more details on the Japanese edition now.