Thanks to Facebook group Plastic Crack Fiends and Antoine Lewis who has sighted and posted an image of the Combiner Wars Titan Class Devastator figure at Toys R Us stores in Sunnyvale California, USA. These are on the shelf at the $149.00 MSRP. This is the somehwhat different version of the SDCC version without the chrome and additonal paint and stickers. We have included an image for reference. Read on the see the sighting image of the Transformers Combiner Wars Titan Class Devastator.
Finally, Alfes2010 has gotten to the full combined form of the first Unite Warriors release, showing off the fully formed Superion. We've found out independently that the Unite Warriors toy still has the rubbery plastic antennae on Superion's head, simply painted gold now instead of an orangey yellow. Meanwhile, you can check out the new deco in the handful of photos we've mirrored, then have a look at the full photo review.
COSMOS UNLEASHED! A misunderstood AUTOBOT. A DECEPTICON space station. Cut off from their allies, SOUNDWAVE and COSMOS come face to face... alone.
While other retailers had stocked Combiner Wars Wave 3's Deluxe Protectobots previously, HasbroToyShop has finally listed the first three on their own site! Blades, Streetwise, and First Aid are all up for preorder now with a ship date of 7/20 - interestingly, Rook is not listed as of yet. But the better news is that, while the SRP on the previous waves of Combiner Wars was and is $16.99 apiece, Wave 3 is being offered for the previous Generations Deluxe pricepoint of $14.99. Keep reading for links to the preorders!
Alfes has uploaded two more photo review galleries covering the rest of the team members of the Unite Warriors Aerialbots after the initial Silverbolt gallery yesterday. The reviews are paired by matching mold partners for some convenience, and we get a good look at the decos of each figure, though unfortunately there's not a followup look at the TakaraTomy vs Hasbro figures to really highlight the differences. Click through for some mirrored photos, and stay tuned since Superion can't be far behind!
Twitter user Herakuwa has posted images of a really impressive Combiner Wars custom Raiden! Using Hot Spot as the torso and the Blades/Alpha Bravo mold for the limbs, Herakuwa has also incorporated Million Publishing Shouki as the sixth member of the team.This dedication becomes perhaps even more impressive when you consider that none of the Combiner Wars figures are even available in Japan yet, meaning that all of the components except Shouki had to be imported. Keep reading to see!
Hisashi Yuki has tweeted a new teaser photo showing the large Groove from the Unite Warriors Defensor boxset alongside the Legends Class Groove currently available in Combiner Wars. Takara's Groove has a lot more mass, but also a fairly different basic design of motorcycle to distinguish them. Of course for the Japanese market the distinctions aren't as important as the Legends mold will be a completely different character under the Adventure header. All this, plus Groove as Superion's arm! Keep reading to check it out.
Alfes2010 has posted the first of what will be a series of photo reviews on the Unite Warriors Superion boxset, covering the TakaraTomy Aerialbots one by one. Starting with Silverbolt, the side by side shots with Combiner Wars Silverbolt clearly shows the distinct deco differences between markets. We also get good looks at the packaging for the set, including a piece of art that seems to be done by Hayato Sakamoto showing an Aerialbot barbecue outing. Click through for mirrored shots and a link back to the review.
Thanks to Allspark we've got better looks at the Transformers-relevant pages of Figure King issue 209, showing us such things as a Devastator with the Takara-modified parts in helpful prototype grey so we can tell exactly what's different, plus a range of new Transformers Adventure products, including Warrior Class Clash of The Transformers toys. Notably, this seems to confirm Takara Devastator as having both visor and separate eye options. Click through to check out the scans and a link to the full resolution images at Allspark.
In advance of a proper photo review post, Alfes2010 has tweeted a series of quick photos of the just-released UW-01 Aerialbots set, showing each of the individual toys compared against their Hasbro equivalents, and then just for fun the original G1 toys. Right now we're still trying to determine whether Superion's antennae are soft plastic like the Hasbro release, but hopefully that answer will present itself soon. In the meantime, check out these first photos!
The official SDCC 2015 site has published details on two more Transformers panels that will be holding at SDCC this year. Following all the fun on Thursday, Friday just got a lot more interesting with a Women of Transformers panel that will discuss the debut of the all-female Transformers Combiner Victorion, what's been going on in the comics and much more with artists, writers, and special guests!
Personally I'm not one to worry about scale in my Transformers. But if you are, you may want to have a look at this pair of pictures from TakaraTomy's Hisashi Yuki. Unite Warriors UW03 Guardian (AKA Defensor) sports a full-sized Groove as opposed to Combiner Wars' newcomer Rook, and we knew that UW Groove was big enough for the other Deluxes to ride. But seeing that bike next to a police car really drives it home. Keep reading to see for yourself!
BigBadToyStore has just let us know they have just put up the Tranformers Combiner Wars 2015 Titan Class Devastator for pre-order. This looks to be best deal offered yet on this figure set at $139.99 USD. You will want to get you order in for this big guy ASAP as they are likely going to sell quick. They are listed to begin shipping on August 1st so get yours now at bigbadtoystore.com
The official SDCC 2015 site has published details on the Transformers panels they will be holding at SDCC this year. Get ready for Transformers panels that will be held on Thursday July 9th including Generations at 11am and Robots in Disguise 2015 at 3pm. We are guessing the RID panel will have some voice actors as well. Read on for the details on the Transformers and other panels announced. Read on for the full details.
Just up on the new HasbroPulse site is a Transformers Combiner Wars Break-Neck and Quickslinger Behind the Scenes article with John Warden. Get the insights on what brought the toys to the Combiner Wars linke as John hard details on their design, images of the models and some of the back ground on the Transformers Combiner Wars line.
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