Just in this morning via Previews World, we've got a look at the upcoming Transformers titles heading to shop this May. Till All Are One looks toward settling business with one of the lost tribes that just isn't playing nice with the rest of the class, Optimus Prime vaguely spoils the conclusion to its prior issue, and Lost Light makes uncertain allusions to perhaps a great deal of death that probably doesn't really happen! Full summaries and cover previews below, so keep reading - just be careful as some of this could spoil other unreleased issues!
On Functionist Cybertron, Rodimus and Megatron's group head to... Cyberutopia? The quest couldn't be that simple, could it? No, of course not. Dissolution, Part 3: A World Displaced is written by James Roberts with art by Jack Lawrence and colors by Joana Lafuente. Click here to read the review!
Cosmos, Rumble and Frenzy run in to the Junkions' Sharkticon collection during their infiltration mission, bringing their intelligence gathering to a quick end. Outside, where no one can see what's happening, Pyra Magna reflects on her doubts towards Optimus Prime, mirrored by Aileron's growing discomfort with the colonial soldiers shows of blind devotion. Meanwhile in the past, Orion Pax grows disillusioned as he sees more and more clearly the corruption of Zeta Prime. "New Cybertron, Part 4: Dance Among The Shadows" written by John Barber, art by Alex Milne, colors by Josh Burcham. Read the full review!
We got our very first look at the eagerly-anticipated Titans Return Leader Overlord at this weekend's Toy Fair presentation, and he looks great. We've also learned some key things about the figure that are worth pointing out, so keep reading for some details on the one-time Double Powermaster!
Hasbro has released the official product information for Titans Return! Primarily, these descriptions call out wave 4 figures we'd already known about, and nothing further. Also notable is the absence of pricing info on the Velocitron and Cybertron boxsets. But Trypticon's pricing and release info is available within! Keep reading to see the rundown.
We heard through the brand presentation today about Trypticon's special features. Such as eating Titan Masters. That's not a thing that conveys well in still photography, and so the Unicron.com got a quick demonstration, which they shared as a video on Facebook. In the process, there's a close look at Deluxe Full-Tilt, and how its presence relates to decisions about incorporating electronics within Trypticon. You can find the video in the full post just below - keep reading!
This is the podcast version of our 8th Annual Toy Fair Saturday Live Stream! This is an edited presentation which begins shortly before Transformers news starts rolling in! Thanks to Brickonator, Jason Kirk, Chris McFeely, Jeremy Dennis and Bobby Skullface for joining us this week! On the show we talk about Leader Class Overlord, Titan Class Trypticon, Robots in Disguise UltraBee, Titans Return Ginrai, and all of the other toys revealed on Saturday! Plus we discuss the recent Beast Wars revival rumor!
Toy Fair 2017 keeps on coming with even more official images for Transformers Generations. That first batch was light on the images, and this update more than makes up for it with of all the rest!
Checkout images for the Speed Op and G2 Optimus Primes, Fastlane, Quickswitch, Blitzwing, Nautica, Cosmos, Cloudraker, Octone, Overlord, Quake, Krok, Full Tilt, Roadburn, Magnus Prime, Tidal Wave, Metalhawk, Seaspray, Trypticon, Twintwist, Windblade, and many Titan Masters!
Anthony from TFU.INFO is at Toy Fair 2017 and had the opportunity to ask Hasbro some questions about the new Clones in the Attack on Velocitron and Siege on Cybertron boxsets! As it turns out, the Clone figures - smaller than Deluxes - are not Legends class figures! Their counterparts, Cloudraker and Wingspan, are still planned, but will probably not see individual release. Keep reading for more info!
Just in are the official Transformers Generations images from Toy Fair 2017. Checkout the stock shots for the wave 2 deluxe class Transformers Krok, Quake, and Topspin. Also on hand, looks at the Titan Masters Chasm, Freezeout, and Gatorface in the robot and head modes. Read on to all all these new figure in the gallery now.
MORE Transformers Showroom Images: Trypticon, Titans Return, Last Knight, Robots In Disguise. Get a look at the images that we are posting to the gallery now. Keep checking back as we will be adding more through out the day.
Updated with Nautica, Windblade, Overlord, Magnus Prime AKA Super Ginrai, and more! Diecast from TFC is at Toy Fair! See Movie Megatron, Deluxe Premier Sqweeks, Movie Masterpiece Bumblebee, and more as the photos come in! Click through, and keep checking back for updates!
Just in from Toy Fair is news of the new IDW inspired Drift character that will be offered as a highly detailed non-Transforming figure from Flame Toys. Set to be the first in their Re-Edit series. The 01 Drift figure is slated to include extensive articulation with more than 50 joints. The figure features super detailing, die-cast metal weapons, LED light elements, and will offered as First and Super Color versions. See the images below of the prototype that is not yet fully revealed.
Part two of next week's comic previews from Newsarama's early release is Lost Light issue 3, as the Functionist Universe Saga continues onward. With squealing. And also rather a bit of revelation about exactly what seems to be going on in these first few pages, so if you are spoiler sensitive on that front, it may be best to wait until later before giving this a look. In any case, you can expect our review up early next week, so be sure to look forward to that. Click through for the full preview!
Next Wednesday brings us a pair of new Transformers comic releases, and it looks like Newsarama went out early today with the previews. First up is Optimus Prime #4, featuring Alex Milne on interior art, which marks a reunion of sorts between him and series colorist Josh Burcham, who together produced the art for the first "season" of More Than Meets The Eye. The preview pages are mirrored below, keep reading to have a look, and be back early next week for our review!