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You just KNOW there's a goatee under that faceplate. Site sponsor RobotKingdom has posted a new gallery of images of the upcoming Masterpiece Shattered Glass Optimus Prime! The Autobot leader's mirror universe counterpart will be released in Asia in November, and this is our first look at the package art by More Than Meets The Eye artist Alex Milne with colors by Sara Pitre-Durocher (Till All Are One)! Keep reading to see the photos!

Looks like confirmation that wave 3 is coming very soon! Weibo user wujingguang has posted the first in-hand shots for Getaway - or rather Autobot Breakaway - and Triggerhappy. Both toys are shown in robot and vehicle mode individually and paired. We also get a shot of the underside of Triggerhappy's vehicle mode, showing some of how that toy functions. Gnaw has already been popping up plenty in photos from Asian sources, so it probably won't be long before we see things like Broadside or Sixshot in front of people's cameras too. Keep reading and check out the photos!

Via Facebook, The Collector's Club has shared a photo of a packaging sample of their Ninja Force GI Joe/Transformers crossover exclusive set. Making a point to demonstrate the collector-friendly nature of the packaging, it's explained how a plastic sleeve easily slides off or on the inner tray of the box, allowing the included figures to easily be taken out or replaced as you choose. The inner flap also contains the background of Megatron's brief affiliation with Cobra, and establishes the context of Ratbat, and the Autobots Black Cat and Toaster in the set. We've mirrored the photo along with the previous packaging mockup for your convenience - keep reading!

Tonight we have some very good looks at the 10th anniversary lineup TakaraTomy is putting together for the Transformers movie series, heading to retail in early 2017. Celebrating the entire franchise rather than just the first movie, there's a wide assortment of characters represented, many with upgraded decos, and at least two with new accessories as well. Along with this stock photo batch via Hobbybase on Facebook, we have large, clear images of Leo Prime, the Lio Convoy based redeco of Alpha Trion in the Legends series. Click through to check it all out!

E-Hobby has posted official photos of Legends Series Leo Prime! As with the Transformers Prime version of the character, the name of this figure is indeed Leo Prime (レオプライム, or "ReoPuraimu") as opposed to LioConvoy. Expected in Late February 2017, the SRP of the figure is given as 5,000 Yen. Keep reading to see the photos!

Dengeki Hobby has posted twenty photos of the upcoming MP-32 Optimus Primal, or Convoy (Beast Wars) as the package says! These are the best photos we've seen of the figure so far, and it's gorgeous. Looking startlingly screen-accurate in both modes and apparently sporting light-up optics, the visuals of this figure are doing a pretty good job of justifying its relatively high pricetag of 12,000 Yen. Keep reading to see the photos, mirrored here for your convenience!

FT-19 Apache is a triple changing robot that stands 9.60 inches tall in robot mode. His two alternate modes are a helicopter and an armored vehicle. Fans may recognize this figure as another unofficial version of the Springer character. Fans Toys FT-19 Apache features several die-cast parts and comes armed with a blaster rifle and sword. This item is priced at $139.99 on pre-order to ship some time in June 2017. Order now at

Thanks to TFSource who have let us know they just posted two new Machine Robo pre-orders with images for MR-05 Mixer Robo and MR-06 Blackbird Rob figures that will be coming to us some time in November 2016, each priced at $46.99 USD on pre-order. Available now at TFSource

Arun09345 has visited the Brand Licensing Exhibition in London and gotten photos of the Transformers displays, which are unsurprisingly leaning right in to Transformers: The Last Knight. We get very good looks at the robot modes for Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, and Megatron via large art displays that are in a style very reminiscent of the Age of Extinction toy packaging character art. Arun also snapped a quick shot of an IDW Revolution promo image that was on hand. We have all the photos mirrored, so keep reading and check them out!

Should we be expecting wave 3 to come calling in the next few weeks? This might say yes! Benjamin Yip in vicinity of Hong Kong has posted a few photos showing off both a carded Gnaw, and a small group out of package! While the figure has been seen quite a bit at venues like SDCC and Cybertron Con, this looks like the start of the toy entering the regular distribution system, eventually coming to a retailer near you. Initial Hong Kong photos tend to be about a month out from the first North American hits, so it may be time to start the hunt again soon! Click through for the photos.

For the 20th Anniversary of Beast Wars, TFormers looks back at the toyline that expanded and revitalized the Transformers universe. First up is Cheetor, one of the first figures in the first wave of Deluxe class figures - the size class that by one name or another remains the backbone of the Transformers line today! Keep reading for a 58-image gallery of everyone's favorite yellow cat.

What we rather suspect to still be designer Hisashi Yuki has tweeted a new upcoming toy photo from the official Transformers publicity account on Twitter. Legends Chromedome has a new face sculpt to look like the The Headmasters interpretation, along with some deco tweaks versus the Hasbro release. And of course a color-coordinated mini-vehicle - Nightbeat's drilltank jet, in this case. And it seems even TakaraTomy can't defy the laws of physics plastics, as the vehicle mode is still a bit blemished by the unpaintable nylon chunk in the side panel. Click through and check it out!

The Facebook page TFMizer has shared a collection of photos from Taiwan Toy Show, featuring a display of upcoming Masterpieces. Anime colors Red Alert, Inferno, Thrust, and Shattered Glass Optimus were all shown off, and the photos give some good looks at each of them! In Inferno's case we even get a decent shot of the assortment of extra parts, including its cradle attachment for Red Alert. You can find all the photos mirrored below!

While Hisashi Yuki is no longer posting photos of upcoming releases to his own Twitter account, we're pretty sure he's still snapping away. Recent tweets to TakaraTomy's @TF_pr account certainly look like Yuki-san's work. For instance, a series of photos including components of Unite Warriors Megatronia, all of which looks maddeningly better with each new image, and LG Soundwave which offers something a little more cartoon-oriented to the toy than the Hasbro edition. We'll keep watching for more developments on the Twitter accounts, and meanwhile you should keep reading to see these photos!

Hot on heels of NYCC, a recent retail event in Taiwan with Hechuan.Toy offered fans a look at new products from Takara Tomy and Hasbro. On display from the Transformers Masterpiece line are MP-MP-33 Inferno with ladder gimmick, MP-10SG Shattered Glass Optimus Prime, MP-11 NT Thrust retool, and more. Also shown were Titan Return new deluxe figures including Hot Rod, Twinferno, Breakaway and more figures that you can see mirrored in the gallery below.

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