We've just gotten word the Titans Return Voyager class Broadside is en route to TFSource's warehouse and due instock next week! They will have limited amount of stock available so get your orders in ASAP. Check out the official images and pre-orders details.
Autobase Aichi has shared - presumably once again by way of Vincent Chen - in-hand photos of Cyber Battalion Jetfire! Out of package it's a fair bit easier to tell that it's based on the Cyber Battalion Starscream figure, but it's still pretty nice! Also in the photo set are pictures of Cyber Commander Optimus Prime and Bumblebee in the current packaging style. Keep reading to see!
The TakaraTomyToys Twitter account has shared a couple new photos of Titan Class Trypticon - or Dinosaurer in this case? - not exactly in hand, but certainly on desk
. The tweet notes of course the release timeframe and price, as well as remarking how it's hard to work with a Trypticon on one's desk. We get a nice angle on Trypticon in the first photo, and second shows its dexterity a bit, as it holds on to a 10 Yen coin with one of its hands. We've mirrored both, so click through and have a look!
Lamont Howard has been busy grabbing some initial photos of the Chaos on Velocitron series pack - the "Speed Set" launching the Titans Return run of multipacks that replace the Combiner Wars sets from 2016. Closeups on the Titan Masters (who all seem to go unnamed themselves) plus robot and alt mode looks at the included figures, plus a shot at the big bio and tech spec sheet all await in the gallery of pictures we have mirrored below. Check it out now!
By way of Autobase Aichi, a fan by the name of Vincent Chen has made it known that the oddball Generations Cyber Battalion line has gotten a second wave! In this wave, we've got large, simplified figures of Prowl and Jetfire. These figures are generally not available in the US - with the exception of some Universal Studios exclusives, so good luck if you want either of these. Keep reading to see the image!
Okay, so it's been a quieter day for leaks than what the last few have provided. On today's serving we get an image of the instructions for Nautica - a decent followup to the official
new in hand photos posted yesterday on Hasbro Pulse. Of course this use of the mold transforms no differently than Blurr, despite the few new parts to recharacterize the vehicle mode. But it does offer something of an additional look at the toy upcoming in the Chaos on Velocitron set. Click through to take a look!
Though there is nothing revelatory about these, as each of the three toys' existences has been made known through official channels already, we do have a leaked image of the collector cards - possibly actually a copy of a print layout file rather than a scan of finished cards - for Blitzwing, Octone/Octane, and Slugslinger, from our current regular advance material leaker on Weibo. Blitzwing and Octane are coming up in Voyager wave 5, while Slugslinger is expected as part of Deluxe wave 6. Keep reading to see the image.
The latest Hasbro Pulse update has spotlighted Transformers once again, giving a quick look at Nautica following the character's introduction to the toyline with the upcoming Chaos on Velocitron series set. The post gives a brief piece of bio and background for the character, and shares a couple of new photos of the Blurr retool that will be representing her when the box set comes out this Spring. We've mirrored the photos, and you can find info and a link to the original article below. Keep reading!
That wasn't much of a wait: the Titans Return "Chaos On Velocitron" boxset, first shown at Toy Fair 2017 in February, will see its first release in April. The set, which includes Leader Quickswitch, Laser Optimus Prime, Autobot Nautica, and Fastclash (formerly Fastlane, the Autobot Clone) along with a diecast Titan Master of Rodimus Prime. Priced at $999 HKD, which equates to rougly $128 USD at the moment, the set can be preordered by Hong Kong residents from ToysRUs. Keep reading for the photos!
A new photo of the impending Unite Warriors Baldigus, AKA Ruination, has been posted to Twitter via the @TF_pr account. This time, we have Fire Convoy staring down his opponent with a nice bit of carefully-angled photography. No surprise that this is the most interesting image we've gotten in a while, as this tweet is signed "Yuki" - good to see Hisashi Yuki tweeting photos again! Keep reading to see the image.
Frighteningly, it's been ten years since we got a new Voyager class Megatron mold in Generations. This one is destined to pull double duty as Blitzwing, but makes a pretty nice Megatron as well. My copy has that frustrating combination of very specific transformation requirements and bad tolerances on some joints - but I'm told that's not universal. Keep reading to see a gallery of 68 photos of Titans Return Megatron!
Voyager class Universe Spy Changer Optimus Prime is weird. He's a decent enough toy. He has an interesting transformation dominated by a versatile (and byzantine) armature for the jet mode wings. And the most deco focus seems to have gone to the jet mode most of us aren't going to care about over the truck we will. A lot of odd choices here on arguably the least-essential release of this mold we know about so far. Keep reading to see 78 photos!
The TRANSFORMERS battle explodes into uncharted territory when the TITANS RETURN! To control an ancient race of giant, city-sized warriors—Titans—the AUTOBOTS and DECEPTICONS must harness the power of TITAN MASTERS, smaller bots that give bigger bots enhanced abilities in battle.
The official Transformers PR Twitter for TakaraTomy has posted new images comparing UW Baldigus to its Car Robots counterpart! A reuse of the Combaticon molds both then and
now, we're coming up on Baldigus' shipping date fairly rapidly. Keep reading to see the photos!
of the Ozformers forums has posted a large gallery showing off Hasbro's display at Toy Fair Australia! A few new things were shown, such as Titans Return Ramhorn's vehicle and some new RID Combiner Force figures. We also get a better look at Slugslinger and Misfire,
both of whom were revealed by Ozformers last night. Plus, comparisons of Titans Return Trypticon to the G1 mold! Keep reading to see a gallery of photos mirrored here.
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