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We've got some new photos in of a project underway from a group calling themselves "Second Chance", showing what's said to be a Voyager-equivalent scale Shockwave based on the Fall of Cybertron design. Seen alongside its official Deluxe counterpart, it's clear the Second Chance figure is both taller and more substantially proportioned. And from weibo user citssd we have a look at an Optimus done up to the same scale. No release info is available currently, but these should be good news to people not quite satisfied with the FOC Generations line. Keep reading to see all the images.

TakaraTomy designer Hisashi Yuki has posted a silhouette to Twitter showing off what appears to be a Unite Warriors version of Galvatronus! The Combiner Wars Voyager-class Cyclonus core is accompanied by the Deluxe Rook and Offroad molds for legs - sensible choices since neither have been released in Japan - and a pair of Aerialbot molds. The final deco for Galvatronus and the identities of his minions are unknown, but it's going to be fascinating to see. Read on to see the image!

New York Comic Con is pretty much over as far as Transformers news goes, but we're not quite done covering what did happen! Diecast from Radio Free Cybertron has sent us a big batch of additional photos taken on Wednesday night during Hasbro's 'Twas The Night Before' media event, giving us some great new looks at many of the toys on display there. We have more than 60 new photos for you to check out covering mostly Titans Return, but also RID and Combiner Wars, so click through and check it out!

While most of us were looking at photos from New York, Hisashi Yuki was continuing with (a small part of) his work, tweeting photos of upcoming toy releases. Latest on the plate is a group shot of the Unite Warriors Protectobots, showing the whole team together in robot modes. Besides giving a refresher on what the TakaraTomy deco looks like, it's also another chance to see the team set up with the exclusive Groove. Click through to have a look!

The Botcon website has updated today revealing the second of the 2016 box set exclusives. Joining Ravage in April will be Tarantulas, based on the Rook mold and sporting the character's Transmetal colors, versus the original coloring seen on this year's subscription service Tarantulas. Along with this, they've announced Alec Willows as a guest. Willows of course was the voice behind Tarantulas, and has not been to a Botcon since all the way back in 2000. Click through to see the full toy reveal image.

Just in from NYCC 2015 we have a preview of the IDW comics IDW Transformers: Sins of the Wreckers NYCC Preview via Tumblr user Rozzing It. Get a first look at issue #1 mini-series from Nick Roche and Josh Burcham that will be coming out in November 2015. Warning, this comic has a number of spoilers from the on-going Transformers series so read on with caution.

Following the panel report just in from IDW's panel at New York Comic Con! We have news of an interview, All Hail Optimus begins with The Transformers issue #50 by way of Newsarama. In which, we get some new insights on the vision and outlook for the series. Writer John Barber and artist Andrew Griffith talk about the series and some of what's coming our way, such as Optimus Prime taking control of planet Earth!

TAG Hobby has posted images of the Oritoy Hero of Steel Series 01 Optimus Prime! A hefty figure at 23cm (about 9 inches), the nontransforming HoS Prime sports forty points of articulation, is made of ABS plastic and diecast metal, and comes with both Prime's Ion Blaster and a Megatron gun for the figure to use. This very Gundam-like figure is due out on Spring of 2016 for HKD $950 (about $122 USD as of this writing.) Click through to see the gallery!

UPDATED with more info from the panel! Radio Free Cybertron's diecast just Tweeted this photo from IDW's panel at New York Comic Con! All Hail Optimus begins with The Transformers issue #50, with regular team John Barber writing and Andrew Griffith drawing. Keep reading to see the slide and get more TF news from the panel, but beware some potential SPOILERS for the current Transformers story arc!

Hasbro Asia has revealed the design for the collector's coin for MP-25 Tracks! The MP Collector Coins with ornate packaging have become a staple of Masterpiece releases in Asia, and Tracks' looks really nice. If you look at the image you can make out exactly how the gatefold cover opens up, with Tracks' hood design remaining on one side of the packaging and so not marred by a needless seam. Tracks would definitely approve - click through to see it!

TakaraTomy has put up their official product pages for MP-28 Hot Rodimus and MP-29 Laserwave, AKA Masterpieces Hot Rod and Shockwave! While there's not much new material in the images, it's a good-sized collection of the various shots we've seen so far, and includes a look at both figures' packaging. Keep reading to see!

Thanks to lots of social media reporting tonight, we were able to bring you coverage of the Hasbro Transformers Generations panel as it happened at New York Comic Con. But in those brief, rapid updates it can be hard to really stop and take in what it all means. So we've gone back over it now, filling in some of the details that got glossed over, and giving a more complete look at what was said on stage. Keep reading!

The Transformers Generations panel took place this evening at New York Comic Con. Among the topics covered were the Prime Wars trilogy in the comics, the animated series being produced by Machinima, and of course the toy reveals featuring a thing or two we hadn;t gotten to see at the media event Wednesday night. Thanks to Radio Free Cybertron's diecast, Anthony from TFU.ino and Ben Yee from BWTF we got a lot of info out of the panel, so click through to read the minute-by-minute!

The previously announced QTransformers plushes have an ad up on YouTube... and they talk! (in Japanese!) You can ask Optimus Prime about a subject, and just like on the QTransformers anime, he'll struggle to come up with a decent joke involving that word. And it seems the TV trio of Lockdown, Prime, and Bumblebee can all talk to each other! Keep reading to see the ad.

The question was a natural one: Could a Titan Master Headmaster fit on Generations Brainstorm, or vice-versa? And the answer seems to consistently be an immediate "no", typically declaring Titan Masters to be smaller than Generations Arcana. Brainstorm's Headmaster already seemed to be rather on the small side, so the idea that a line would come out with even smaller ones was intriguing, and I wondered if I could find enough information in the stacks of photos to figure out just how big or small they were. The answer I got was quite a surprise. Keep reading!

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