Hisashi Yuki has posted the boxart for Unite Warriors Computron to Twitter! The eighth entry in the Japanese counterpart to the Combiner Wars line, Computron is deviating quite significantly from the Hasbro edition of the character, using different molds for three out of the four limbs and introducing a new head and chestplate to the Scattershot mold. Meanwhile, Yuki is teasing the next team of Unite Warriors - and Robots In Disguise just might get some recognition in its anniversary year after all. Keep reading!
The truth comes out. But which truth, how far, in what way, and to the benefit of who? And even after all those questions are answered, there's still Mayhem - and the Noisemaze - between Prowl and the Wreckers, and safety. Transformers: Sins of The Wreckers #4 is written and drawn by Nick Roche with colors by Josh Burcham. SPOILER WARNING: this review is more in-depth than is typical for our comics reviews, so events beyond the official preview may be revealed! Continue to the review!
Ravage bails out the unlikely reinforcements that have arrived before the assembled Decepticon forces can overwhelm them, but their shuttle is shot down, forcing them to crash near the Necrobot's fortress. Elsewhere, Megatron negotiates his surrender to Tarn, in exchange for sparing everyone else on the planet, but this is not the endgame Tarn desires. The Dying of The Light, Part 3: Your Fierce Tears, written by James Roberts, art by Alex Milne, colors by Joana Lafuente. Continue reading the review!
The test shot of Titans Return Blaster that surfaced on Weibo a while back is now up for sale on eBay... and the seller has brought an interesting aspect of the figure to light: the face on the figure is not the one used on the final release of Blaster. What else could it be? Well, RAC has a theory: keep reading to see!
Site sponsor Robotkingdom has posted images to their preorder page for Grand Galvatron, showing off the Hasbro Asia collector's coin that will be included with the figure if you purchase it from them (or, presumably, any retailer situated in a non-Japanese Asian territory). As we've come to expect from this style of packaging, the coin is put in the center of a cardboard replica of Grand Galvatron's chest. Keep reading to see!
While we're still in the period of close-but-excruciatingly-far-away, Amazon is contributing to making it difficult to wait for the inevitable release of Titans Return by presenting us with new stock images of Legends Class Rewind and Stripes. These photos based on actual production samples depict the final decos and plastic colors, giving the best look at the toys we'll be able to buy this summer - or hopefully even a bit sooner! Click through to check them out!
After a short hiatus, Sins of The Wreckers is back next week! Newsarama has the full length preview for issue 4 which will be joining MTMTE in shops on Wednesday. Since it's been a little while, you might like to check out our reviews of the firstthreeissues to help catch back up, and of course watch early next week for the review of #4 right here, first on TFormers. Click through to see the full preview pages!
Just in from Newsarama is the full length preview for next week's issue of More Than Meets The Eye. Part three of The Dying of The Light picks right up from the end of issue 51, and in doing leads this preview to reveal a fairly considerable spoiler for last month's issue! So be aware of that if you haven't quite gotten around to finishing off the last issue yet. Otherwise, click through to take a look at the preview, and be sure to catch us early next week when we'll bring you the review of the issue first on TFormers!
This week on Radio Free Cybertron: We talk about the recent Hascon discovery, new information around the Combiner Wars animated series, new Machine Robo masterpiece figures, Iron Factory's awesome looking Lord Scorpion (NOT Scorponok) figure, and tons more!
Hisashi Yuki has shared some interesting pictures in the last 24 hours! The first two show off the Transformers Adventure versions of some existing Robots In Disguise toys... but then things get even more interesting, as he shows off that the Cyclone Mini-Cons are compatible with Wandering Roller of Unite Warriors UW-06 Grand Galvatron fame! Keep reading for more details and photos!
Just up on Hasbro Toy Shop are handful of new Transformers figures for order. While we have been seeing these figures show up in Canada, the Robots in Disguise Thunderhoof, Blizzard Drift, & Quillfire toys have not yet appeared in USA stores. They are now available for order directly from the Hasbro while supplies last. Even better, the Combiner Wars short-packed Legends Class Wreck Gar is also available from Hasbro Toy Shop. Be sure to use the Promo Code: APRILSHIP for free shipping on orders of $25 or more. Read on for details, images and links.
Some new updates about the Machinima: Transformers Combiner Wars cartoon have been reporting by way of MIP Digital Fronts event where CEO Chad Gutstein of Machinima gave a presentation of all the things they have planned for 2016. Those who have been waiting to hear more about the Transformers Combiner Wars production can finally get some sense of who, where and when things will take place with regard to the Transformers Universe. Read on for the full details from CEO.
Twitter user @crasis has posted an image of Combiner Wars Sky Lynx - and something has changed. While previously Sky Lynxes were found with a fully extended neck, this new example has the beast mode's neck collapsed - and the packaging is clearly designed around this configuration. Why the change? We'll probably never know, but keep reading to have a look for yourself!
Thanks to Previews World we have our first look at July's Transformers comic books. Hitting this summer is the one shot lead in to Titans Return which reportedly will follow up in subsequent issues of The Transformers, More Than Meets The Eye, and Till All Are One. Also this month are the trades for Sins of The Wreckers, and volume 9 of The Transformers, and of course all the ROM variant covers teased this week. Keep reading for the solicit text and cover previews!
Like most later wave figures Wreck-Gar might be a bit difficult to get. Which is good, since there's not much to this figure.
Wreck-Gar is a repaint with a new head from CW Legends Groove, so if you liked that figure you'll enjoy it again in orange, if not all I can tell you is the hips are tighter now.
Originally meant to be a part of Sky Reign any and all mention of it's 3rd mode has been removed from the packaging and instructions.
If you're looking for a modern Wreck-Gar, there are better options than this for you to explore.