Having saved the universe-kind of-the Lost Light crew deal with the fallout in a manner befitting the gravity of the situation. Kind of.
Fun Publications has uploaded the next Botcon boxset reveal video to their Youtube channel. The third figure is "The Loose Cannon", following Packrat as The Thief, and Battletrap as The Muscle. The newest member of "Cybertron's Most Wanted" is Shattered Glass Stepper, from the Reveal The Shield Jazz mold. Stepper features no new parts, and a deco adding a lot of orange over the standard Stepper/Ricochet colors. We've embedded the video and taken some screencaps of the figure, so click through and check them out!
And of course the last step in the life-cycle of Masterpiece Star Saber is here: reviews! Chuckdawg1999 has begun a new "Masterpiece Theatre" review series, and where else would you start with that but the most hyped MP of all? At 33 minutes, this is a pretty extensive look at the figure. Keep reading to see!
The Japanese fansite Hobbylog has posted images from a Japanese toy show whose name we're currently not sure of. But more importantly are the pictures, giving us new looks at Unite Warriors Superion and Menasor, as well as a grayscale testshot of MP-25 Tracks, and a new look at MP G2 Bumblebee! Keep reading to see it all!
Site sponsor BBTS has put up preorders for TakaraTomy's Legends (the subline, not the size class) LG14 Ultra Magnus! The photo included doesn't show any substantial changes between the Japanese and US Leader-class releases, but this is a preliminary photo and is probably subject to change. Keep reading for a link and the photo!
Apparently QTransformers has been a hit for TakaraTomy, as figures 23 through 31 have just been announced along with a couple of special edition sets featuring guest characters. QT23-25 are new versions of Optimus Prime, Bumblebee and Lockdown based on the QTransformers animation. Following that are Shockwave, Soundwave, Cliffjumper and a trio of Seekers. Lastly we've got Hello Kitty and a set of Evangelions, who all become G1 Optimus Prime-style trucks. Keep reading for photos!
Autobase Aichi has posted a set of images detailing upcoming Transformers Adventure products. Included are some previously known and US-released figures - Mini-Con Deployers will be "Micron Shooters" in Japan - but also some surprises such as Combiner Wars Blackjack and Groove appearing as Runabout and Override! Keep reading for a full rundown of what's shown with release dates and pricing!
Multiple outlets have reported that Herb Trimpe, the first artist to draw Wolverine and GI Joe, has passed away suddenly at the age of 75. As an artist for Marvel Comics, Trimpe drew a handful of issues of the G1 Transformers comic, as well as GI Joe vs The Transformers
and the covers to the Transformers Universe
miniseries. By all accounts he was a much loved and respected comics artist and human being, and will be missed. More details on Mr. Trimpe's career after the jump.
At East Coast Comic Con this past weekend, Marvel Comics inker Dave Hunt had a selection of his work on display, and included among these pages are parts of an unpublished adaptation of the season three cartoon episode Dweller In The Depths. Reportedly issues like this were prepared as backups in case the normal monthly storylines weren't turned in on time. Only a few pages survive to today, but Roboplastic Apocalypse was able to take photos, which were posted to their Facebook page. Click through, and have a look!
Optimus Prime! Transforms from tractor trailer to robot with headquarters and back. That’s the whole point of Transformers, figures that can be converted between modes. While the process of going between configurations is an important one, we can often attach more importance to factors such as appearance, scale, accessories, aesthetics, posability and the like. But this week, I will be listing my personal top 5 transformation sequences across all the official Hasbro and Takara Tomy Transformers toys that I have had the pleasure of experiencing.
Thanks to CBR we have some news and updates on the previously announced, the "Robots in Disguise" Free Comic Book Day issue to be written by IDW Transformers comics Senior Editor and John Barber, with art by Tramontano. We get some tips on what's in store along with some new looks at the issues #1 comic book covers. Read on to see the covers by Tramontano and more details about what's coming in Robots in Disguise #0!
Thanks to our good friend Pixel Dan from over at ToyNewI who's sent over a brand new Unboxing video review and images for the Loyal Subjects Transformers Wave 3 Action Vinyls Mini Figures. Get a look at the latest wave that features With 12 new figures are on the way including Rumble and Frenzy, Lazerbeak and Buzzsaw, Sunstreaker, Blitzwing, Hound, and more. The good news is they are now BIGGER and better with more details! Read on to see the review for the full details now.
Planet X has posted images of City Guardian, a Omega Sentinel-themed version of their Omega Supreme toy, Genesis! The image is captioned that they are "testing it for fun," suggesting that they might be trying to gauge interest in a release of the figure. Keep reading for the images and a link back to their Facebook page so you can let them know what you think!
Finally from TFND user GENETIC, we have a gallery of the combined Defensor, following one at a time looks at each of the team members. Hot Spot made a huge impression, and since Toy Fair everyone has wondered how well Defensor will work. Unfortunately the answer is not great. Bending the hips make it look like its ribcage has collapsed, although apart from that it's not doing too badly. We've got the photos mirrored, so click through and have a look!
Optimus Prime struggles against the Camien perception of him, which threatens to undermine Starscream's political authority. But as he begins to understand more what both sides are expecting of a union between worlds, Optimus begins considering other options. "The Possible Light", Story by Mairghread Scott and John Barber, written by John Barber, and illustrated by Livio Ramondell. Read the full review
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