Hot on the heels of the previous round of leaks, we've got one more set for you! First up is a look at the instructions lineart for Abominus,
as well as for the as-yet unnamed combined modes of Voyagers Starscream
Plus we've got trading card art for many of the Wave 1 releases. Keep reading to see!
Another leak has come out from the usual Weibo source, and it's a pretty substantial one. It's primarily made of art assets for Power of the Primes
packaging and instructions, so - while small - they represent the best looks we've yet gotten at largely unseen figures such as Voyager Elita-1, Deluxe Moonracer, and more. We also get illustrations of Jazz, Moonracer, and Rippersnapper as arms, and some in-package photos to top it all off. Keep reading for a full catalog of what's here!
From our same old Weibo leak source, we've got some new pieces of Power of The Primes art and package assets leaked. We have more views of Elita-1, showing the collector card front and back and giving a good look at (an interpretation of) her robot mode. Also seen is a partial image of Inferno's robot mode, plus an instruction image of Volcanicus showing the ability to attach surplus combiner hands to the combiner feet to extend the heel support. Keep reading to see all of the images!
It's that time again: a week has passed since a major convention so the usual leakers on Weibo are back on the job. Today we have a look at the combining diagram forPower of the Primes
combiner Abominus which will presumably appear in every Terrorcon's instructions, and pegs the last three members of the team as "coming Late 2018." We also have slices of the package art for Voyagers Hun-Gurrr, Elita-1, and Inferno that show off their respective combined forms, Abominus, ????, and ????. Keep reading to see!
The TFCN group has shared a couple small images from Power of The Primes. First is a very low-res image of the back-of-box for Rodimus Unicronus, the evil redeco of wave 1 Leader Rodimus Prime. Unfortunately all but the largest text is completely illegible. Along with this is an image of the cover panel of Prime Master Alchemist Prime's instructions, showing the Prime Master and the Submarauder decoy suit, AKA Pretender Shell. We've mirrored the images, click through to see them now!
Having managed to stay under the radar for who knows how long, Titans Return Grotusque was announced and simultaneously listed for sale on HTS on the Thursday morning of New York Comic Con. Three days later, we're bringing you a full gallery of the set, which includes Grotusque, his Titan Master Fengul, and the fourth and (presumably) final die-cast Titan Master Scorponok. We've got nearly 200 photos of the set in the gallery below! Keep reading for more info and a few "chapter" links!
Artist Ken Christiansen has posted his early concept design for Titans Return
Grotusque! The premium figure was announced and
released at NYCC 2017 with no advance warning, and this lineart shows off the initial inspiration for the direction the design team would take the final figure. Keep reading to see!
Various sources on Twitter have pointed out an interesting discrepancy between the CGI renders of Deluxe Cutthroat sent out by Hasbro's PR, and the on-site sample shown at New York Comic Con 2017. The render's head is square, and far more accurate to the G1 design. But the head shown is a pretty good match for Pretender Monster Wildfly, a component of Monstructor! Keep reading to see.
EBGames - the Canadian equivalent of GameStop, more or less - has started stocking the Walgreens exclusive Titans Return
2-pack of Clones, according to CheersIan
of Cybertron.ca! Cloudraker and Wingspan are showing up now in Ontario for CAD $26.99 plus tax, complete with sticker proclaiming their exclusiveness to Walgreens! Keep reading for photographic proof.
Following the panel and reveals, we have the official details and images on the new Transformers Generations Power of The Primes figures that were revealed today.
Get the official back-info on the new Terrorcons, Legends, Prime Masters, Leader Class Evolution Rodimus Unicronus and more below!
Just in from NYCC 2017 we have Transformers Titans Return press preview images! Following the brand panel report. Have a look at the new figures including some first looks at the packaging for Grotusque and Sporplonok, Terrorcons Hun-Gurrr, Cutthroat, Sinnertwin, Blot, Power of the Primes Skarpnel, Windcharger, Rodimus Prime recolor Rodimus Unicronus, and more in the gallery after the jump.
Twitter user @kakimasa8
has taken advantage of the fact that all three of the Decepticon Targetmasters appearing in Titans Return
- Triggerhappy, Misfire, and Slugslinger - belong to the same family of molds. So the G1 Decepticon Targetmasters are now Headmasters and
combiners! ...of a sort. Click through to see the supervehicle!
We noticed something interesting about the Legends Series comic we posted earlier:
in the panel where the Autobot Targetmasters also become Headmasters - itself an image rife with speculation! - there are others on the assembly line. One of them is Grimlock! We have a few thoughts on the possibilities of this, so click through to see the image.
One of the more immediate questions post Has-Con was "so if Arcee is going to retail, then where
" We now have answers to both those questions: ToysRUs, October 5th! The embattled retailer has put up a page on their website announcing the figure and when it is scheduled to be sold. And the page also makes mention of in-store availability! Keep reading for details!
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This nearly slipped past us yesterday! The @tfwiki Twitter has posted a photo of the resin Volcanicus prototype from HasCon that shows yet another way to dispose of your two spare hands. See, Voyager torsobots are now going to ship with a pair of dedicated feet, and each limb will have its own separate hand. But there's another way to stow them, one that might even be more beneficial than padding out Dinobot Combiner Volcanicus' torso. Read on to find out!
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