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!
Toy Scope has posted on Facebook a set of pictures and a brief review of a near-final sample of Browning II, the next entry in the Fansproject Function X unofficial Headmaster lineup. The review mostly talks about the details of the transformation (watch out if you like to stay surprised on these figures) and a short run through of the articulation in addition to some quick, more general comments. Plus we got a number of nice photos out of it showing off the figure's two modes. You can see a copy of the review as well as the photos below!
An enterprising fan in China has apparently decided to take it upon himself to add a Metroplex of appropriate scale to help display his collection. We don't know the name of the builder (but if you do please let us know!) but these photos show some impressive building work, starting with a metal frame. One image even suggests it's designed to lay down for the battlestation/ship mode, though that's not depicted in the finished image. Despite being taller than a human, it seems this is still not quite big enough, being shown with Smallest Transformers. But it's still super impressive building! Keep reading to see the pictures!
On Facebook, Anthony Yeung has shared a quick few photos of Spinout, the unofficial Masterpiece-alike Sunstreaker from the Omnigonix group. These shots mostly concern how the figure compares with Masterpiece Sideswipe, both in robot and vehicle mode, but also show a comparison with Hot Rod for a little bit broader perspective of how this might blend in with official Masterpiece Autobots. You can click through to see the full album.
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!
We have some color photos tonight of third party group "Second Chance"'s effort to make a Fall of Cybertron based Optimus Prime at something more like a Voyager scale. We're not sure how far along this is, but if it's at a color stage presumably this basically reflects the final product, and so seems to betray a noticeable lack of surface detailing. While a good effort is made to recreate the look of the design, it's unclear how much demand for an upsized iteration of this specific design there will be. Click through to check out the new photos!
From Mr Elljay on Weibo, we've got a nice assortment of photos showing off Pandinus, that absolutely huge, monstrous take on Scorponok from Maketoys. This item is very near to its release date, with an early testshot first having been shown off during the summer of 2015. These photos show a lot of nice detail of the large figure, including a side by side comparison to an original G1 Scorponok in robot mode. Keep reading to take a look at all the pictures!
One of the dangers of becoming very involved in a hobby or pastime, for those who invest in it more than just casually and dedicate a lot of their free (or not!) time to such a pursuit, is burnout. The source of such feelings can vary from financial constraints to over-indulgence, or from letting lines of reality become blurred. Someone who collects, discusses, participates and enjoys Transformers is every bit as susceptible to these feelings as a stamp collector or car enthusiast.
Takara Tomy are shipping their newly released Transformers MP-30 Masterpiece Ratchet action figure. YouTube reviewer Optibotimus has posted a video review of the figure giving us the out of box details on brother to MP-27 Ironhide. Read on to see all the details now on the Transformers MP-30 Masterpiece Ratchet.
Entertainment Earth has posted a listing for a new Rescue Bots set coming in June! While we don't know what the set will look like, the description and title show us that we're getting an Optimus Prime with a trailer - that's rare enough! - but moreover it's a racing trailer meant to haul new-to-Rescue-Bots character Mirage! Keep reading for the description and a link.
Loopaza Mega Store has posted the scans from this month's Figure-Oh
(Figure King) Magazine to Facebook! While there's not a lot here that is truly new, you can see Unite Warriors Computron and Legends Shockwave, Blurr, and Scourge all in one place. Plus the Anniversary recolors of the Legends Beast Wars figures - and the first good look at the scale of Masterpiece Optimus Primal! Keep reading to have a look.
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!
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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 first three issues
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!
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