Thanks to Unicron.com for the heads-up! Hasbro Pulse has posted a PDF version of the Titans Return Storybook, The Power Of The Titan Masters
that was given away at SDCC 2016! This storybook/comic/catalog gives bios for almost every Titan Master and Titans Return Generations figure, as well as some excellent retro-styled art spreads showing the figures in action. Keep reading for a description and a link!
Michael Bay has shared a photo and a name on Twitter and Flickr of another new Transformer to be seen in Transformers: The Last Knight
! The large green Western Star truck previously seen in on-set photos from various sources now has a name: Onslaught!
Bay has made the photo available in various sizes, and we've mirrored it here for convenience. Keep reading to see!
So perhaps you saw my review of Wheelie on Monday,
where I hoped that the Legends Series version of Wheelie might have better parts fit to go with the better paint. No word on that yet, of course - but what it definitely does
have that I forgot is Headmaster Goshooter, based on the mold for Titan Masters Loudmouth! Keep reading this article to see them mirrored here in repose, as shot by TakaraTomy's Hisashi Yuki.
Autobase Aichi has shared images from the (currently inaccessible) 52toys Weibo account of the setup phase of Cybertron Con 2016! Most notably is the person-sized Fortress Maximus,
complete with what look like working slides on the front of the city-mode Titan. It's a really impressive piece! Keep reading for the photos and more details on Cybertron Con!
It looks like Titans Return is generating some interesting attention in the third party realm. A group identifying as Hephaistos Works has popped up showing some prototype images for their "HM Garage" system, which appears to be storage pods for extra Titan Masters which can unfold to make weapon emplacements, and even be connected together to form more complex bases. In addition the associated weapons look like they might have 5mm handles to help arm up your larger figures. It looks like a really great concept, and hopefully is just the start for a greater variety of such add ons. Keep reading to take a look!
Just in from Corbot V is the Final Armageddon Mugger is a 3.75" transforming triple changer. He changes from robot mode to shark and can also become a blaster for other transforming figures. This item is priced at $39.99 to begin shipping in August 2016. Pre-order them now from bigbadtoystore.com
The Perfection Series PS-05 Girder figure is made from ABS plastic and features some die-cast parts. He transforms from a robot to crane truck and features a cartoon head as well as a sticker sheet for both US and Japanese deco. The figure size if 8.65" (22cm) in robot mode. This item is priced at $109.99. Order now at bigbadtoystore.com
This is one I think we've all been curious about: what do the Legends Series and Titans Return releases look like side by side? Twitter user @King0157 has an answer for us, having taken extensive photos of Hardhead, Galvatron, and Skull/Skullcruncher/Skullsmasher! We even get some photos of Galvatron's Headmaster/Titan Masters together... and wow,
does Nucleon look better with some paint. Hope he's less crumbly! Keep reading to have a look.
While we were all focusing on SDCC and Wonderfest, Hisashi Yuki managed to more or less sneak one by us! Promising many new products on display at Wonder Festival 2016, Yuki posted a new photo this past Friday of Lynxmaster, the Unite Warriors release of Combiner Wars Sky Reign that swaps out Smokescreen in favor of Ratchet. Keep reading to see!
Before there was Transformers, there was Diaclone, and we'd be remiss if we didn't talk at least a little about the new Diaclone Reboot merchandise on display at Wonderfest yesterday.
On hand were representatives of the pilot troop builder packs (some of which are already up for preorder!), the power suits (types A and B likewise up for order), as well as a prototype for a transport vehicle for the power suits. Diabattles also showed off an upgrade unit giving boosters and giant cannons, as if Diabattles V2 wasn't armed enough! It's a lot of great looking stuff, so click through to check it all out!
We've got a little more left to show from Summer Wonderfest yet! Autobase Aichi has delivered a gallery of some of the licensed Transformers works, mostly focused on Prime 1 Studios statues including Optimus Primal, G1 Optimus Prime and Megatron along with a Nemesis Prime redeco, and several more movie based ones, including Shockwave. We also get a good shot of Ultimetal Ultra Magnus, though only in its basically fully assembled state. Click through to see the mirrored photos.
Finally for the moment we're looking at the Legends Series display from Summer Wonderfest. TakaraTomy's Titans Return lineup is well represented, going all the way to October's releases - if not a bit farther with the Super Ginrai prototype. Among the photos we get good looks at the retooled faces for Chromedome, Mindwipe, and Highbrow, plus reminders just how nice the decos are for Scourge and Blurr, and plenty more! We've got a lot of photos of this table, so keep reading to start browsing the gallery.
Continuing our catchup on coverage of this weekend's Wonderfest, we have a collection of photos showing the Transformers Adventure toys on display. The electronic Hypersurge Starscream was a big presence, but the first looks at TakaraTomy's deco for Warrior Class Windblade and Ratchet may have attracted the most attention. We've got images of both of those, plus lots more, so keep reading to take a look!
At Wonderfest this summer, Cheetor was obviously the bigger show of the Masterpieces. But G1 was represented too, albeit just by the grey prototype of Inferno and a finished Delta Magnus. Autobase Aichi grabbed a few pictures of their display case, giving us an especially good look at Delta Magnus, and a close up of its alternate faces. If you want to check out the upcoming entires in the G1 MP run, keep reading for the mirrored photos!
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Winderfest comes and goes very quickly, so we've gone out to round up coverage of the Transformers merchandise that was on display. First up from a few sources we have nice pictures of Masterpiece Cheetor, including some closeups on the accessory tray showing just how show accurate the option faces - both beast and bot -really are to the show design. And it turns out a finished Optimus Primal was on display too, even if it got little attention. Click through for mirrored photos!
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