The Transformers Snapchat account has posted a preview of the Titans Return Fortress Maximus exclusive convention poster.
The poster is a wonderful illustrated images of the giant autobot base holding his Master Sword along with some words in Cybertronian below the Titans Return logo.
These posters are to be offered at the SDCC 2016 show in San Diego next month. Stay tuned to TFormers who will be there with all the news as it happens. Read on to see the poster now.
Samuel Pang on Facebook has decided to address a question likely on the minds of many collectors who've been after Headmaster-type figures over the last few years: Now that we have official versions in Titans Return, how will they compare to the unofficial effort up to now?
Well, at least in the case of the Fansproject Function X line, we have one answer. In these photos we can see Hardhead completing the group of core Autobot Headmasters... and Hardhead is about a head short. But stylistically he may not be far off. Click through to see the photos and decide for yourself!
A small update from TakaraTomy Mall tonight as we have some revised photos of the Lynxmaster Unite Warriors set. While largely the same style in presenting a basic overview of the involved toys in both modes, these photos show somewhat altered angles, as well as being processed with what we think is more natural lighting and colors that will probably be more representative of the actual produced deco of each figure.
We have the new shots mirrored below; for comparison, you can check out our original posting of the stock images here.
Michael Bay has posted a new image to Instagram revealing the identity of the mysterious Squeeks! Posing with Bay and Isabela Moner, we'd say that odds are very
good that Squeeks is going to turn out to have been one of the inventions of Mark Wahlberg's character, Cade Yeager. Click through to judge for yourself!
Hisashi Yuki would like to remind you that Unite Warriors Bruticus is due out any day now! ...but also, he'd like to remind you that Unite Warriors Computron comes with a really cool 5mm drill that can be placed in place of a combiner hand. We're not sure exactly how much Spiral Power the Combaticons can command, but the brown of Nosecone's drill sure does blend nicely with Blast Off. Keep reading to see the photos, mirrored here!
When Hasbro wanted to roll out their own cartoon series in the 80s, They went to Japan to work with Takara's Microman and Diaclone toy lines. Drawing the primary sources for the Transformers G1 toys that debuted in 1985.
While only a small portion of the Microman series were utilized for Hasbro's Transformers. Microman toys were sold in America well before in 1976 as Mego's Micronaughts toys. Great to see these line together again under the Hasbro umbrella. Which, are set to join forces in the new IDW REVOLUTION crossover extravaganza!
Autobase Aichi has posted links and images to ToysRUs Hong Kong's Fortress Maximus preorder page! The first 100 people to preorder Fort Max from TRU HK will be sent a Master Sword at a later date! The Master Sword is slated to be part of the SDCC exclusive Fortress Maximus here in the US, but the deco seems a bit different than that version going by the photo. Keep reading to see!
Thanks to Tai Wong on Facebook, we have a few put of package images of the Warrior Class Powersurge Optimus and Windblade figures from the most current Robots in Disguise assortment. Wave mates to Scorponok, these make up the remainder of new mold figures in the set, alongside reships of Quillfire and Thunderhoof. While Optimus looks like an interesting small scale take on the upcoming gimmick platform Powersurge Optimus, fans are already expressing some concern over Windblade's deco being so... sparing. Click through to have a look for yourself!
Iron Factory posted to Weibo today, offering up a batch of new photos of Soul Reaper. This figure is based on the Transformers Victory character Black Shadow, albeit by way of the Generations Deluxe toy rather than the original Pretender version. But if anything, this Legends-scale figure seems to be doing everything it can to upstage its larger official counterpart, but perhaps that's easier to do when approaching a common design a few years after its release? Keep reading to take a look at the pictures.
Michael Bay's has posted a new official image to his flickr account with the caption, "Shooting…Day 5". A new official image from the Transformers: The Last Knight production set.
Judging from the terrain, the image appears to be from the recently completed shoot in Arizona. This shot shows the the Director Bay and his team of technicians who are working the cameras and other equipment. Read on to see the image and more details.
Just in via transformers_contributions on Instagram we have a look some of the now familiar the Decepticon drone fighters on the Transformers: The Last Knight production set.
Judging from these images, they could be from the Michigan sound stage where other production props like Optimus Prime's trailer have been sighted already. Its a bit disappointing to see more of the same in TF5. Read on to see the image of the Decepticon Drone Fighters below.
Weibo user Xictory has a fun treat for us today. While the figures aren't quite to retail just yet, it hasn't prevented a small amount of hands on by fans, and in this case it's resulted in some fun transformation animations of the full Deluxe wave 1. Hardhead, Skullsmasher (Skullcruncher), Blurr, and Scourge all get quick animations showing some really skillful stop motion work. We have all four of these gif animations mirrored, so keep reading to see!
It looks like a new wave of Robots in Disguise Warrior Class figures is starting to hit in Asia. Coming from Wilton Wong we have a few pictures showing Scorponok, one of the new mold figures in the assortment.
Scorponok's toy debuted during Toy Fair this year and turned up once again in the Botcon display cases, but otherwise hasn't seen a lot of attention prior to hitting stores. You can check out these photos to get good looks at the figure in both modes - click through to see them now!
Finally for this round of event updates, we've got a few more photos of Titans Return Chromedome, one of the two second wave Deluxes seen at the preview event attended and covered by members of the TFND forums. These pictures give a bit more close up detail, not to mention depict it with its actual included weapons. Also seen for the first time are a pair of quick shots of Soundwave, which was also at the event but has gone unreported until now, it seems! Click through to see all these mirrored photos.
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The TFND - Transformers Never Die Facebook page has posted some images from another hands-on event in Asia! This Taiwanese event featured wave 2 figures such as Chromedome, Highbrow, Astrotrain, and Soundwave, as well as an exclusive sticker sheet for the Wave 1 Deluxe, Voyager, and Leader-class figures. Stickers are nice, but I'd be happy if Hasbro would just release the blasted toys already.
Keep reading to see the photos mirrored here!
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