Ever look at Optimal Optimus and think, "You know what would've been even better? If he had two smaller robot gorillas that turned into axes, guns, and hammers!" Well, good news! Whatever they put in the water where you live, Perfect Effect's been drinking it too. Hence PC-19 Gorira Junior. But we have to admit: this is a creative set of gear for their unofficial Optimal Optimus figure, Beast Gorira, a feature that odds seem very good will never
be superseded by an official figure. Keep reading to see the photos!
The Chinese-language toy news site Toy People
have posted an extensive gallery of the two SDCC exclusive Optimus Primes! Transformers: The Last Knight
Voyager Optimus Prime sports a little bit more paint than its mass-market equivalent and apparently vac-metal accessories. We also see a few more uses for Primitive Prime's ramp, including base functionality and a trailer-mounted halfpipe! Keep reading to see the images which we've mirrored here!
This one is kind of neat: Simba Dickie/Smoby Toys' RC Ultimate Bumblebee is a remote-controlled Bumblebee that transforms, very simply, into a robot. But the new wrinkle is that the toy has a camera you can use to drive when the remote is combined with a smartphone. That's pretty neat! But it'll also cost you: the price via Amazon Spain is about 154 Euros, or around $175 USD. Keep reading to see the photos.
Sponsor Big Bad Toy Store has posted preorders for a pair of licensed cell phone charging docks that come in the form of detailed statues of Optimus Prime and Megatron as they appear in Transformers The Last Knight
. These items are more small statues than phone accessories, as they do not have charging hardware themselves, merely accommodating existing charging cables you already have and holding your phone upright. As of this writing, Optimus is already pre-sold out, but Megatron is still available. Find them now at bigbadtoystore.com
and keep reading for more product info!
TFCon is happening now in Toronto! One of the biggest fan-run Transformers conventions and currently the biggest Transformers convention in North America by default, TFCon is also one of the major outlets for unofficial third-party offerings. Photos are beginning to hit Twitter from the dealer room, and we've mirrored some of Twitter user @dogcades'
images here to give a good idea of what all is to be seen there. Keep reading!
Been thinking about cosplaying as Optimus Prime, Megatron, or King Arthur? Japanese Cosplay prop company goodluck has you covered with three new replica swords from Transformers: The Last Knight
! Admittedly they'll cost you, with Prime's sword running about $200, Megatron's $130, and Excalibur about $100. But keep reading to see the photos from Amazon Japan - and beware spoilers about the current owner of Excalibur if you click through to the product pages there!
Japanese fan @Alfes2010 has posted a couple of images to Twitter of the TakaraTomy Summer giveaway, the Gold Vector Shield! The counterpart to the Silver Temenos Sword given away in Spring, this is Optimus Prime's Age of Extinction
gun-shield in a highly noticeable coating of vacuum-metalized gold. Keep reading to see!
Thanks to YDR_Jerseyman on Twitter, we've got a few photos showing the contents of the Evolution Set from the Transformers Tribute imprint featuring Optimus Prime and Orion Pax. Included is a good close look at the new face sculpt for Orion, and something we've seen very little of thus far: A side by side of the Optimus Prime mold with its previous Generations War For Cybertron use. Though aside from a different highlight color, it doesn't seem to have changed much. Find all the photos mirrored below!
From NOTRAB on Weibo we have a possible first look at the contents of the Bumblebee Evolution set we've been seeing quick hints for recently. A photo posted shows the two classic Camaro Bumblebees with a modern Bumblebee, all of which is consistent with our findings from the Amazon listing of the set.
From the angle it's hard to tell if there's deco changes of any note, though High Octane Bumblebee is still sporting the "stealth" black paint job, so it looks like they're probably all at least close to the originals. Keep reading to see the photo for yourself!
Thanks to OzFormers, we have some out of box looks at the SDCC 2017 Primitive Skateboarding and Shreddicus Maximus Transformers exclusive set. This is one of the different exclusives Hasbro has to be trying more at SDCC like the ill-fated Rock n Roll themed Knights of Unicron.
Thankfully, this modern with a skateboarding focus IS really pretty cool with a nice black & gold, non-Nemesis, paint decoration and extra playset for Shreddicus. Read on for the full look with details, after the jump.
TRANSFORMERS LEGENDS Pre-Orders - Launched in 2014, the Transformers Legends toyline features figures that have appeared in the 30-year history of the Transformers, with a more modern interpretation and premium paint application. Each Legends figure is packaged with a lighthearted web comic that focuses on the character!
At the very tail-end of the Kre-O line came the Kreon Battle Changers, which... honestly should've been the idea since the start! Thanks to Autobase Aichi, we know that these built-up, transforming versions of the Kreon minifigures have been spotted at a California Dollar General by Facebook and TFWiki user Eddy Melendez, who posted these photos to a private Facebook group. This seems to be one of the first US sightings of the Collection 3 Megatron and Ironhide. Keep reading to see!
Thanks to tf-tf on Twitter we have some interest comparison shots of the Transformers Generations Sky Shadow and the Overload figures. Based on the same molds, we get a look at their similarities and differences. As mentioned, the lower bodies appear to be the same figure molding, but they diverge quite a bit when we look at the upper body. Check out the translated comments and pics after the jump.
The official TakaraTomyMall page for the upcoming Masterpiece Cassette 4-Pack has updated with some new photos! This is an oddball of a set, featuring 2 Autobot tapes despite the absence of an MP Blaster. And one of them is a new Steeljaw mold. Huh. Well, while we wait for the increasingly inevitable MP Blaster, keep reading to see his first two cassettes, along with Wingthing and Enemy!
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Over on Weibo, Unique Toys has shared photos of prototypes for four new figures in their Legends-sized Palm Collection line. These pieces look fairly early, some having marks that strongly point to being 3D-printed, but it looks like upcoming sets will feature Cerebros (or Fortress, for the Japanese-series-inclined), Highbrow, Apeface, and Snapdragon. Cerebros/Frotress does transform in to a head - could this be step one in Unique Toys offering some analogue of Fortress Maximus? Keep reading to see the images!
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