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Via @FakeEyes22 on Twitter, we've now seen new Transformers G1 products from Super7! Most intriguing is the Keshi Surprise series, blindboxed minifigures based on the M.U.S.C.L.E. format known in Japan as "Keshi" or "Keshi Gomu." Also present are 12" Super Cyborgs which are G1 Optimus Prime and Megatron figures with transparencies to show their inner workings. All this, plus drinking glasses and enamel pins. Keep reading to see!

It's that time! The official Transformers Facebook page has posted the official promotional renders of Studio Series Leader Classes Blackout and Grimlock, Voyager Classes Optimus Prime, Brawl, Starscream, and Megatron, and Deluxes Stinger, Crowbar, Bumblebee, and Ratchet! Click through to see them all!

Just on from Toys Fair we have the new poster for Machinema's Transformers Power of the Primes!

Toy Fair 2018: Hasbro Transformers New Products Report ENI is on the ground at Toy Fair 2018! We are current waiting on the Hasbro product team to begin their New Products preview that is sure to include news about Transformers and much more. Stay tuned for updates as they happen from the event. Keep checking back, we will be posting updates and images as soon as they are available.

Just in form Toy Fair 2018, we have news of two new Transformers figures from Flame Toys. What appear to be non-transforming editions of Optimus Prime and Starscream. These look a lot like the designs we saw from their Kuro Kara Kuri Drift with extended articulation and weapons. Update: these are said to be offered as model kits that you assemble yourself. No word on their price and release date at this time. Read on to see the images of both figures.

Tomorrow is the day! New York Toy Fair 2018 is finally here, and we go into it with a great deal of uncertainty. What happens with the Transformers movie franchise in stasis lock? Are Cyberverse and Evergreen really going to run two parallel toylines with clashing and overlapping pricepoints using basically the same character models? But what we are certain about is that there are things that we could be shown tomorrow that RAC would love to see... and won't. Keep reading to find out what they are!

The biggest surprise to this is that it was announced before Bumblebee: The Movie was even released. Hasbro CEO Brian Goldner announced today that the Transformers Cinematic Universe is cancelled. The universe - which Paramount had so much faith in that they took four to five of the prospective scripts and put them in a blender to make Transformers: The Last Knight - will be replaced by what is described as a 'reset' of the Transformers franchise to happen no earlier than 2021 going by the film schedule offered to investors. Keep reading for more details.

WhatNot Toys announce that they have acquired the U.S. rights the Herocross line of Transformers Super Deformed action figures. Their new series of movie figures is said to bring a completely new dimension to the incredibly popular Transformer franchise that they hope will resonate with the huge Transformer fan base in the U.S. Their first wave is shown to include Transformers Last Knight characters Optimus Prime, Megatron, Hound, Bumblebee, Hotrod and Autobot Squeeks. Read on to see them all in the gallery below.

The official Facebook page has posted their own reveal of the new Transformers Cyberverse toys. The new images are more formally presented composites of the images we saw previously along with reveals for Warrior Class Bumblebee, Warrior Class Optimus Prime, and Ultra Class Starscream. Additionally, we have look at the Grimlock, Starscream, and Megatron scout class toys. Hasbro have paired up shots of both the characters' molds along with their name, class and fancy background for more zing! Read on to see the whole collection of official Transformers Cyberverse character images.

Just before the start of Toy Fair, Gizmodo has the first official reveal of the toyline for the upcoming Transformers Cyberverse series. Broken down across Scout, Warrior, and Ultimate Classes at suggested price points from $8 to $30, we've got core characters from G1 represented in updated forms including of course Optimus, Bumblebee, Starscream, Megatron, as well as Shockwave and Grimlock. Each class has different special play features, and all are supposed to be designed with simple transformations. Click through to see the pictures now!

THUNDERCRACKER IN: STARSCREAM: THE MOVIE! The good news: somebody finally gave Thundercracker money to make a film. The bad news: it's Starscream, and he wants a biographical picture to win over the people of Earth. Will Thundercracker stand by his principles or... well, no, he makes the movie. In shops February 28, 2018 Click through to see the early preview!

The Falling, Part 2: The arrival of Onyx Prime throws Cybertron into chaos—because he hasn’t come alone. Onyx’s treacherous companion forces Soundwave to finally make a choice: is Optimus Prime a friend... or foe?

The TFWiki has posted a set of scans of Transformers Valentines to their Twitter account! Sporting eight lenticular designs which appear to be entirely made of permutations of the obscure quartet Optimus Prime, Starscream, Megatron, and Bumblebee, these Valentines for grade-school children are rendered using stock art for the new "Evergreen" designs which we theorize will be taking over the brand in the fall. Keep reading to see!

Move toy fans will be glad to know WhatNot Toys is rolling out their own line of Super Deformed Transformers toys, in addition to GI Joe, My Little Pony and others. The promotion on there site shows an The Last Night styled Optimus Prime and Megatron figures that look highly detailed and nicely painted. We'll likely find out about the whole line at Toy Fair later this week.

Just about everyone into Transformers knows Optimus Prime's iconic Ion Blaster weapon that his been with from the beginning. How cool would it be if you could have one that you can hold in your hands, just like the Autobot Leader? Thanks to Bob Clagett, the man behind "I Like To Make Stuff" channel on YouTube. He has done what many can only dream of. He's 3D printed a GIANT-sized Optimus Prime Ion Blaster rifle that looks pretty darn good! Taking advantage of modern 3D printers he was able to reproduce the G1 rifle he can hold in his hands.

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