Titans Return Legends wave 4 featured the expected recolor of wave 3's Bumblebee in Roadburn - a renamed Throttlebot Chase. ...along with a reship of Bumblebee. Good job, guys. It was my first exposure to the mold, as I had chosen to skip Bumblebee and wait for the next character. Overall, I'm happy I didn't buy it as another 'Bee, but the design still isn't firing on all cylinders. Watch the review right here!
Thanks to NRD Studio on Facebook, we finally have a good look at Titan Master Ramhorn, from Titans Return wave 5. Ramhorn has been available in some capacity in southeast Asia for at least a few weeks now, having hit alongside Octone and Blitzwing, but receiving almost no coverage since. Ramhorn is a retool of Shuffler, and is designed after another unmade concept-art Headmaster from G1, despite being named after Blaster's cassette buddy. We've got the photos mirrored for you, find them in the album below!
Previews World has updated their listings for next month's issue 8 of Optimus Prime
with the subscriber and retail incentive cover variants, and they're definitely worth seeing! The subscriber cover by Andrew Griffith features Jetfire set out somewhere to stargaze with what must be a relatively massive telescope. The incentive cover is by James Raiz, and is an inventive portrait of Optimus Prime with a fantastic use of negative space to define a silhouette of Prime's head on the background. We've mirrored both covers, keep reading to take a look!
Late last night we brought you the very first video review of Titans Return Seaspray
, from Legends Wave 5. This evening we're pleased to follow up on that and present to you the first complete, in-hand photo gallery of Seaspray going over the brand new figure in detail. We've got 129 photos
of Seaspray including a transformation walkthrough and side by sides with examples of the prior Voyager Seaspray mold. Click through to the gallery and enjoy!
We're hard at work bringing you a full gallery of the brand new Titans Return Seaspray, of which we brought a full video review to you lte last night. But in the process of photographing the figure, we discovered a neat little extra in some of the tiny detail sculpting that we didn't catch on first glance. Inside both of Seaspray's forearms is a short string of (extremely tiny) Cybertronic characters. We knew that had to mean something, so we went to our font references, and sure enough there was a message of sorts. Click through for a photo of the text and what it says!
The lone new mold in Titans Return Wave 5 at the Legends price point, Seaspray is a long-awaited Classic style updating of the G1 character, which is sure to drive collector demand. Much more cartoon and original toy -oriented than the Voyager several years ago, but as a toy on its own merits, will it sink, or swim? Click here to watch the review!
With the Junkion invasion resolved peacefully, Optimus Prime takes a moment to plan the Autobot's next move on Earth.
Written by John Barber, art by Priscilla Tramontano. Expected in shops on Wednesday, May 24, 2017. Keep reading to see the preview and variant covers!
Artist Ken Christiansen posted to his Facebook page today sharing one of his contributions to the Transformers toyline. As it turns out, the Twinferno figure from Deluxe wave 3 owes its altmode to him, as he was the artist that visualized that element of the toy design. He's put up the finished lineart, showing lots of detail for the two headed dragon mode, like trying to make the vestigal chest wheel detail look like a sawblade. You can find the full size art below, and our Titans Return Twinferno review here.
All hail the useless one!
Functionist Universe Rung is back in the hands of Team Rodimus - and it turns out he might not be so useless after all. Dissolution, Part 5: Modes Of Production
is written by James Roberts with art by Jack Lawrence and colors by Joana Lafuente. Click here to go to the review!
Via Newsarama we've got an only-slightly early look at the full preview for this month's issue of Lost Light
, due in shops on Wednesday. The Functionist Universe story marches on with, well, probably at least one more issue before it's concluded and we move on to other business? Maybe that whole mutineer situation? Any event, you can view the preview below, and be sure to check back for our review of the issue coming a littler later tonight!
Thanks to BWTF and the Transformers Columbia group for sharing the news of the Transformers Titan Returns box art images that have been posted to the official Hasbro Transformers Colombia product web site. What quite nice is we get to see a whole bunch of these images that were previous cropped to fit on the package, here in there complete and glorious details. Read on to see the images that have been copied to our gallery for easy viewing.
And to continue the variant cover reveals for today, we've got the subscription cover to Lost Light
#6, featuring lines by Alex Milne and colors by Josh Perez. Previews World has an unusually small cover image up for this version, but no need to worry because Josh shared a larger, clean version with colors, and Alex shared his uncolored line art. Take pity on this man, who had to draw all of those tiny little gear teeth. The various forms of the cover can all be found in the post below!
We've a few weeks until the expected release day for the next issue of Till All Are One
, and Previews World is either trying to help hold us over until then, or really kill us with the wait. Whichever the intent, they've posted the variant covers for issue 10. The subscription cover is by Priscilla Tramontano, and the incentive cover is a bonus second piece of cover art from series artist Sara Pitre-Durocher. Sara has also shared the clean version of the incentive cover on her Twitter, and you can find all three images in the gallery below!
Though issue 9 only reached shops yesterday
, the iTunes store now has the early three-page preview up for Till All Are One
#10. But while the first preview is up already, the issue itself is not expected to be out for purchase until the 31st. We've mirrored (and aspect-ratio-corrected) the three page preview for you, click through to find it below! As Starscream faces down the encroaching machinations of Elita One, he enlists Blast Off to help him bring Bruticus back!
TFW2005 user Shark Jumper
has found Blitzwing and Oct
ne at a Manhattan Beach, CA Target! ...for $29. Ow. Target's been known to arbitrarily mark things up to a ridiculous degree in select locations, so this may not be indicative of Generations rising to meet the Transformers: The Last Knight
Premier Edition price point. Time will tell. But for now, keep reading to see the photographic proof!
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