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BBTS has informed us they we will be receiving a limited quantity of the 2014 Axis figure, which changes from robot to black and red cab truck. They have this figure listed at $114.99 USD slated for shipping in September 2014. Pre-order Axis now at bigbadtoystore.com. Read on to see the images of the figure.




Transformers@TheMoon has posted more new images of Fans Project's upcoming Quickswitch homage covering more of the alternate modes that weren't photographed last time. It does a reasonably credible job of every one of them, which is a bit more than you can say for the original toy. Keep reading to see the photos!




Keith's Fantasy Club will soon be releasing 3 newew recolor of it's Mugan mold. This time they are coming out as G1 Blaster, Shockwave and a recolor of Perceptor that's in TV series accurate colors. These toys are made using the fixed Mugan mold last seen on Mugan Vox and The Surgeon, and are prices very low in 2-packs to sell.




It's the Japanese Magazine Scans time of month, and Singapore fangroup Planet Iacon has posted some Transformers-related pages! In the Transformers Legends department we have a new image of LG06 Gelshark, AKA Sky-Byte, who is much darker than his US release. We also have a new Age of Extinction figure, LA-13 which is a Nemesis Prime made from One-Step Optimus Prime. Lastly, we now know Kabaya is releasing candy-toy figures of the Samurai team from Transformers Go! Keep reading to see the images!




Transformers@The Moon has shared some images of Fans Project's upcoming six-changer homage in two separate color schemes. One is that of Japanese character Sixknight, and of course the other is Quickswitch, identified in his original TV commercial as the Autobot "son" of the Decepticon six-changer Sixshot. It's looking pretty good in both color schemes, so keep reading to see the images!




Here is the color promo for the figure. Says it's 21cm (8.3 inches) tall, that's about Ultra class? Up for preorder now at Robot Kingdom. Forms the leg of a not-Dinobot combiner! Read on to see the new image of the Combiner Legends figure in his many modes.




TakaraTomy has published images of the official variety for Advanced Series AD-29 Slog and AD-30 Sky Drift! Slog is the most G1ish of the movie Dinobots in his default color scheme, and Sky Drift is the Japanese name for the Voyager Helicopter Drift which is a recolor of Dark of the Moon Skyhammer. Keep reading for more details!




The prolific Masabon has put out a series of images for Takara's G1 version of Generations Voyager Grimlock! Somewhat different than the Hasbro version from SDCC, it's a pretty good G1ifying of the mold. Keep reading for sampled photos and a link to Masabon1980's full gallery!




Just in are some new prototype images of their Bold Forms Gladius figure. Get a look at the homage to not Megatron that is triple changer including a look low-res at his head and better teaser shot of the tank mode. See the images after the jump for the previews.




ome new images of Bold Forms Lone Wolf (not Motormaster) prototype. Seems he's as tall as MP10 in robot mode (who is about 23 centimeters tall). and is very much an articulted G1 model. Read on to see the images below.




Pax Cybertron has followed up his images post with a Generations Nightbeat video review. Nightbeat is a reuse of the Bumblebee/Goldfire mold- it's not as nice a figure as the Jazz mold shown previously, but it is more accurate to the original G1 body type. Then there's that yellow paint on blue plastic not working too well, though... keep reading to see the full video review now.




Thanks again Pax Cybertron we have some more images this time of the IDW inspired Crosscut figure. Get a look at the Transformers Generations deluxe class toy that is a remake of the Generations Skids character with a newly molded head and paint scheme to go with. This figure was displayed at BotCon and SDCC this year and is expect to hit store shelves anytime now. Read on to see the out of package images.




Hero-X has revealed the package art for the premium figure for Transformers Generations 2014 Volume 1, Trainbot Shouki with Targetmaster Daniel! Shouki is a Headmasters Trainbot recolor of Classics Astrotrain, and his Targetmaster is none other than Daniel Witwicky, taken from a Power Core Combiners mold (funnily enough named Groundspike.) The alternate transformation of the mold from claw to bow is also pretty clever. Keep reading for the picture!




Pax Cybertron has shared images of Generations Nightbeat. Nightbeat is a reuse of the Bumblebee/Goldfire mold- it's not as nice a figure as the Jazz mold shown previously, but it is more accurate to the original G1 body type. Then there's that yellow paint on blue plastic not working too well, though... keep reading for some mirrored images and a link!




Last week, among the stories we reported on from Transformers Expo 2014 was the custom sticker set that turns a clear red and black EZ Collection/Legends Optimus Prime into Nemesis Prime. Kinda. Today, Autobase Aichi has posted full scans of that giveaway comic along with high-quality package-art-style Yokohama Decepticons logo. The comic has it all, from Beast Wars Megatron to Dr. Arkeville to Dark Energon. Keep reading to see!



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