Kidrobot has teamed up with toy giant Hasbro for a an all-new collection of Transformers vs. G.I. Joe toys, art figures and collectibles based off the John Barber & Tom Scioli critically acclaimed comic book that has gained an international cult-following!
There can be only one to rule them all and in the case of the Decepticons it’s Megatron. The God-Emperor of the evil doers of the Transformers is ready to take his rightful place on your shelf. In conjunction with Hasbro, Kidrobot brings you the next piece to the Transformers Vs GI Joe capsule with the Megatron Art Figure.
Toys R Us Canada is joining the stock photo drop lineup with new images of Leader Class Rodimus Unicronus from wave 2 of Power of The Primes in a newly posted product listing. The toy is a redeco of Rodimus Prime, evidently with a modified Rodimus Prime head featuring a visor and thick robo-stache. The smaller Hot Rod component homages Shattered Glass
Rodimus in its hood deco and use of a purple Autobot logo versus the Decepticon emblems used elsewhere on the toy. Keep reading to see the high res stock images!
Fans Toys has put out some teaser images for their FT-30, which will be a new take on a large-scale Superion combiner, starting with FT-30A, their (as yet name-unrevealed) unofficial Silverbolt. The other Aerialbots are represented in the defocused background for proof of concept, but what we get to see is an overview of the core robot in both modes, and at this stage the design looks pretty nice with a strong following to the animation. Not too much detail can be pulled from this quite yet, but it looks like we'll have another project to keep watch on for a while. Click through to see all the images mirrored from Fans Toys' Weibo.
Just up on the official Machinima page is a new poster for the season 2 debut that kicks off tomorrow on go90. The poster for Perceptor, voiced by Wil Wheaton. Gives up his appearance will occur in the very first episode of Transformers: Titans Return. Where he is revealed to be making a startling discovery. We also get a nice look at Rodimus in a promo image for the kick off tomorrow. See the images after the jump.
The full barrage of Masterpiece Dinobot publicity is underway, and TakaraTomy has struck on two fronts! First a promo video has gone up on Youtube, giving some new angles and details on the upcoming Masterpiece, as well as showing the figure alongside select sequences from the Beast Wars cartoon. TakaraTomy's official site has also added the product page, and while many photos there are the ones we've seen already, we get some value out of the 360-view slides that offer the all-important view of the robot's back, plus other areas of interest. There's a lot to check out, and you can find screencaps and mirrored photos for it all below!
Slipstream may have come out on top in our recent Twitter poll, but Nightbird was right behind! So today we have a gallery of another of the October 2015 wave of TakaraTomy's Legends Series, featuring LG15 Nightbird Shadow. A very shiny recolor of Generations Arcee with a new head and chest, plus extra weapons. And remember that running change to Arcee the resulted in not being able to hold the original accessories correctly? Nightbird's new weapons account for that with notched handles so they can slide farther in the hands. I had a lot of fun shooting this one, and you can check out all 180 photos in the gallery below!
Just a short while after we got a first tease of Masterpiece Dinobot's robot mode, the dam has burst and we have all the (initial) stock photography for MP-41! Most importantly, this has size reference images showing an impressive scale alongside Optimus Primal and Cheetor. But beyond that, we have an accessory layout and various pose and detail shots of the figure. And while some clue can be derived for the most basic of transformation processes, much still remains delightfully mysterious! SPOILER: the body turns inside-out between modes! Keep reading to see all the lovely images!
A tiny bit earlier than we expected, we have our very first look at stock photography for a full color sample of the upcoming Masterpiece Dinobot! The third (or technically fourth) Beast Wars Masterpiece is shown in robot mode with the tail weapon and regular sword, and as one might expect of such a Masterpiece, it does not immediately present an idea of how it can possibly transform. We suspect witchcraft. The photo is not very large, but it's a good start for what will doubtlessly be an incoming deluge of high quality images very soon! Click through to take a look.
on Twitter has snagged some Power of The Primes following their discovery at retail today, and has posted several photos of an opened Dreadwind. But this set of photos doesn't focus on the figure quite so much as the new accessories we'll be seeing throughout the line. So we get a nice look at the combiner hand, the secret of the dummy plug for its Prime Master slot, and front and back of this line's collector cards. Plus a little fun with a vintage Darkwing. Find all the photos mirrored below!
has posted an official announcement for MPM-5 Barricade, a joint production with TakaraTomy! The brief announcement covers the details of the figure, including its 40-step conversion and the fact that it was designed using Industrial Light & Magic's original CAD files for the character! Keep reading for all the details and a better look at the photo.
From retailer Forbidden Planet, we have a first look at several pieces of retail stock photography for the first wave of Power of The Primes. Excluding the Prime Master class for the time being, we have everything from Legends and up, including Windcharger, Beachcomber, Jazz, Dreadwind, our first two Dinobots, plus the Voyagers and Leaders whose photos we saw before, but now at a larger clearer resolution. Forbidden Planet lists a ship date from their suppliers as January 7th, which may give some insight toward general availability. We've got the whole batch of images mirrored, keep reading to see them now!
Coming to us from one of the recurring Weibo sources, we have two stock photo images of the packaging for Prime Masters Alpha Trion (wearing a Landmine Decoy Suit/Pretender shell) and Alchemist Prime with Submarauder suit. These present in package almost identically to the Titan Masters we've had for the last year and a half, simply swapping the "Decoy Suit" Pretender shell for a transforming vehicle. All signs right now are that we should expect to see the first trickles of POTP products hitting stores in the upcoming few weeks - hopefully with good distribution everywhere by the start of 2018. Click through to see the two images.
Hasbro is getting dipping into the boutique toy game announcing a new partnership with Kidrobot, arguably the the leading retailer of boutique and urban toy design.
Unfortunately, they won't be serving up the Prime stuff just yet, as this deal is focused on the Transformers vs GI Joe side of things. There is more than meets the wallet coming our way in the form of "Art Figures" and other collectibles such as pins and skateboards. Read on for images and more details.
Japanese news site "Natalie" has announced a special limited edition of Cerebros/Fortress from the Titans Return
Fortress Maximus mold that will make absolutely no sense to anyone who's not up on Japanese TV comedy. RAC definitely wasn't, but he's discovered enough info to actually bring some context to what this weird thing actually is. Keep reading for all the details!
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This month, we're digging in to some of our back catalog toys to bring you some "retro" toy galleries while we wait for more of the latest to come out. And as voted for by our Twitter readers, the first one up in this series is LG16 Slipstream. This retool of the original Generations Windblade was released all the way back in October of 2015 - how the time flies, right? With all the colors to look at home among any group of 1988 Decepticons, Slipstream has a great deco, if not the most fun mold to start from. We've got 145 photos of it for you, including side by sides with Windblades old and new - keep reading to see the full gallery!
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