It's that same guy with the purple marker again - but this time he used black and only a little of it, presumably to obscure which Prime Master will be included with Wreck-Gar. It's a nice piece of packaging art, and does a pretty good job of selling the Combiner Wars/Unite Warriors
Deluxe Groove mold as the Junkion leader. Keep reading to see!
Just up on iTunes, we have a three-page preview of the Optimus Prime #17 comic book. “The Falling,” Part 3: Onyx Prime sows the seeds of chaos and panic on Cybertron as he reveals dark secrets… but nothing will prepare Optimus Prime and his allies for Onyx’s darkest revelation!
Ready for more obnoxious purple marker leaks? Too bad, because the usual Weibo leaker is inflicting it on us again with needlessly marked-over images of Nemesis Prime, a figure we've already seen through official (if unusual) channels.
But we get his bio, an image of the Dark Matrix of Leadership, and a look at "Decepticon Giza," who seems to be formed from Nemesis Prime's weapons. Keep reading if you like purple.
With thanks once again going to transformersnewzealand.com
, we've got some in-hand, out-of-package photos of the Power of the Primes
Wave 3 Terrorcons! Blot, Sinnertwin, and Cutthroat are all looking good, and have indeed retained their original names as promised. Keep reading to see more!
A new posting on TakaraTomy's website announces that the company is beginning a recall of the recently released Encore God Fire Convoy reissue, offering to take back the set and refund customers for their purchase. The stated reason comes as a bit of a surprise, as it's not to do with any of the repeatedly discussed material or assembly issues, but rather a mistake in the electronics. The company cites an error in the sound chip programming, along with an error in the printed information in the packaging as the cause for the recall. Keep reading to find out more.
The good folks at transformersnewzealand.com
have let us know that Power of the Primes
Deluxe Wave 3, featuring Terrorcons Blot, Cutthroat,
have been sighted in New Zealand stores! This is well ahead of the anticipated Summer release, so hopefully it'll spread across the globe soon enough. Keep reading for in-package photos!
If his combiner-torso proportional necessities and questionable stickers have foiled your urge to purchase Power of the Primes
Voyager class Starscream: good (or possibly bad) news! Amazon currently has it for $16.16 as of this writing, and eligible for Amazon Prime's free shipping. Keep reading for a link!
Kabam has announced that Blaster will be joining Transformers: Forged To Fight,
the smartphone-based Transformers fighting game, at 10AM PDT (or 1PM EDT)! With a nice-looking model based on his Titans Return
Leader class figure, Blaster's powers are detailed on the F2F homepage. But we've mirrored the description for you below, so keep reading to see!
to view the Radio Free Cybertron live stream for 4/11/2017!
Imaginarium Art reveals their latest edition in the Transformers G1 series to be Wheeljack. The Autobot scientist gets his day in this cartoon accurate edition. The uncolored computer rendering shows us the character's torso complete with his shoulder missile and highly detailed robot mechanics. No word on pricing and release date, yet. Read on to see the Imaginarium Art G1 Wheeljack image below.
Mister Moon - who we've talked about once before for an unofficial Cliffjumper
- has shared a new testshot sample they're working on to their Facebook page. "Fighter" is their go at Inferno in the Legends scale, though a Grapple is also clearly part of that plan since the robot model shown distinctly features detail of that character while the vehicle mode is configured as a firetruck. The all-white testshot makes details hard to see, which might be why some have been drawn on. We'll have to wait and see to get a better idea of these figures. In the meantime, click through to see the photo!
For those worried after the whereabouts of the remaining members of the Decepticon Justice Division, being released in unofficial form from Mastermind Creations, this should be a mostly happy update! A post on Instagram shows an early prototype for Tesarus, one of the two larger members of the group. The image caption notes sending it to the factory for tooling, suggesting this is 3D printed or otherwise a one off, probably as an engineering proof to make sure everything about the eventual produced item works as intended. But unfortunately this means it's probably several months before the finished version could possibly be released. Click through to take a look.
The sale date for Studio Series toys looks to have fallen earlier than we thought - possibly 4/2 rather than 4/20 - and retailers are properly stocking the new assortments now. Latest on that score is Walmart, where I can personally report a sighting in the middle Tennessee area, west of Nashville. On hand were the full assortment of both wave 1 Deluxes and Voyagers. Leaders had not been stocked yet. Take note, though the photos below show the toys stocked in existing spaces, a quick price scan reveals Walmart is following along with the suggested retail prices, so about $20 for Deluxes and $30 for Voyagers - no undercutting like we saw with The Last Knight. Happy hunting, movie collectors!
Lianne Marie Dobbs kicks off the voice over reveals for Transformers Cyberverse! The new cartoon slated to take over from Robots in Disguise is appearently rolling out with with production plans as Lianne gives up the reveal on Instagram with a shot from her recording session. Read on to see the full quote and image from Lianne Marie Dobbs.
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So it's generally accepted that Transformers: The Last Knight
One-step Changers (known as Speed Change Transformers
in Japan) aren't the most impressive of figures. But, what about one that is made from the ground up by one person, entirely out of cardboard?
Thanks to DIY Japan
on YouTube, we can now answer this question: it is much, much cooler. Click through to see the video!
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