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If you've been holding off on buying RID Warrior Soundwave, this might be a spark of motivation for you. SwiftEagle has discovered that there's a running change happening on this toy which sees the head remolded. The photos provided show that the new version has a G1-style mask on the lower half of the face, instead of the Prime-derived full visor face. Though not painted, the updated head sculpt does now better match the character art on the packaging. If the maskless style is more to your liking, it's probably time to pick up a Soundwave now! Keep reading for the pictures.

Swiss retail site Spielplanet has posted a new image showing the Menasor Combiner team set from Robots in Disguise. A grouped shot of all the figures, each in both of their individual modes, this is our first time seeing these as what are likely final production pieces. Motormaster is fairly obviously mistransformed in using the Menasor head in normal robot mode, but this does offer a decent look at the toys overall. We've mirrored the new image below - check it out!

Japanese retailer Red Mercury has brought us our first look at in package samples for the upcoming waves of RID Combiner Force Legion figures, featuring Heatseeker, Cyclonus, Drift, and Bumblebee, as well as Combiner Activators featuring Soundwave and Optimus Prime. Previously we've been shown computer renders of all of these, along with a good look at the testshot for Soundwave in a Facebook video, but this is the first chance to see these toys in finalized form. We've mirrored the images, click through to see them now!

The newly released promo trailer for Robots In Disguise Combiner Force which is set to debut on April 29th in the US features a lot of first clear looks at things being added in for this season, including the "crash combination" forms of the Stunticons, new looks at Ultrabee, and more! Some of it passes by pretty quickly in the video, so we're bringing you a quick gallery of 31 images to give you a chance to get a clear look at many of the key visuals being introduced. The stills are all in 1080 quality, so be sure to hit the Original Image link in the gallery pages for full resolution! Check it all out below.

The Crocs CB Transformers Optimus Prime clog is a must-have for your kid. This clog sports the Optimus Prime Transformer graphic. It has a heel strap for a secure fit. You can simply add your kid's Jibbitz charms to the heel strap. For lightweight cushioning, this clog has a Crosliteâ„¢ Construction. The clog provides form to feet support to prevent fatigue. It also makes the clog odor-resistant.

Here's a story that Mooore than meets the cheese, the Wisconsin cheese makers Cow Candy have partnered with Hasbro to make branded editions of their cheese snacks. They have two products based on the My Little Pony and Transformers properties. The Transformers snacks are a pink concoction of monterey jack cheese and fruit juice called "Optimus Prime Fruit Punch Jack Cheese." The package shows a nice robot shot of the Autobot Leader from the Robots in Disguise cartoon. Read on for the full product info and shots of the packaging.

Seems there still more than meets the official images from Hasbro! Just posted are even more images of the Transformers Robots in Disguise action figures we saw in the Hasbro showroom last Saturday. Check out the images for Legion class Cyclonus, Heatseeker, Starscream and Blurr. Also get a look at the Warrior class Windblade and Twinferno figures in the gallery now.

Just up from Toy Fair 2017 are the official Transformers Robots In Disguise images. Get a look at all the new stuff including the Glavtronus combiner, Motormaster, Riotgear, Ultra Bee, Threadshock, Menasor, and more! Read on to see all the official images in the gallery below.

The Transformers Instagram page seems like it might have a bit of a scheduling issue happening, as it looks like another reveal went up earlier today and then was soon deleted. Leopard5 captured two images from the account showing RID Combiner Force Twinferno, from posts that have since vanished. The robot mode is shown in grey prototype style, while the alternate mode displayed was in full color. Notably, this is our first look at an actual piece of any kind for this upcoming toy, as its earlier reveal was in the now-typical form of design renders. We've mirrored these screencaps, check them out below! (and expect to see more this weekend in our Toy Fair coverage!)

TFW2005 user Fasttrack has posted a new round of characters as revealed by the Robots In Disguise smartphone app! We've got names now for the two mystery combiners used in recent promotional artwork: Ultrabee and Menasor! New characters were also revealed, including a third four-part Crash Combiner. Keep reading for the full list, with photos!

Smyths Toys in the UK has posted the official photos of RID One-Step Sideswipe & Blurr! Both look good, with Blurr being an all-new character and mold to RID - and it's worth noting that Blurr's design continues the design aesthetic that stretches across most of the vehicles we've gotten the past few years with Cybertronian vehicle modes! Keep reading to have a closer look.

Surprisingly, Optimus Prime hasn't had that many appearances in the RID One-Step line. This version from the Combiner Force sub-line actually mimics the Warrior Class transformation somewhat, with the cab becoming the arms. Like all One-Step changers, Prime makes for a fun desk toy and is worth a purchase.

On Facebook today, Loopaza has shared a nice set of photos looking at the Warrior Class RID Soundwave from the Combiner Force sub-branding. In the photos, the figure looks quite poseable in robot mode, and we get a bit of a comparison with Transformers Prime Soundwave. Plus the photographer spent some time tinkering with some fan mode concepts to emulate G1 Soundwave a bit. We've got the photos mirrored for convenience, so keep reading and take a look!

Combiner Force has already featured Crash Combiners that let two robots merge, but now we know a bit more about the next step up, with full team combiners. Thanks to Philip Ayres and Milo Lopez we have some photos of promo art pieces, one at a display in an ASDA store, and one on a bus in Asia. Both feature a combiner made of Team Bee, seemingly consisting of only four individuals. The bus also shows an evident Menasor, though it's unclear how many characters comprise that combiner. We've mirrored the photos, keep reading to have a look!

Just in from the official Dickie Toys site we have a rather large update with many Transformers RID products posted to the site. The listings include Diecast singles and sets, R/C Racers, Mini-Con Deployers, Road Warriors, Mission Racers, Optimus Prime Trailer, Optimus Prime Battle Truck, RC Flip and Race, RC Turbo Racers, and more. Read on for images and product info below.

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