In piece of good news, the TFWiki
has clarified that the Legion-esque Cyberverse
Scout-class figures do in fact have full alt-modes! As the promotional images only showed them in their Gerwalk-reminiscent "Action Attacker" configurations, it had been speculated that they would not fully transform. Luckily, that's not the case. Click through for the tweet.
We're capping this year's Toy Fair 2018 with the official images Transformers Cyberverse action figures shown at this years show. Get the full sized view of the stock product images for the Scout, Warrior, Ultra and Ulimate class figures in our handy to view gallery after the jump.
We look forward to unveiling the latest innovative play experiences from brands like TRANSFORMERS, MY LITTLE PONY, NERF, PLAY-DOH, MONOPOLY, MARVEL, STAR WARS, and HASBRO GAMING to provide our audiences with more ways to experience our brands than ever before.
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!
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!
proprietor, RFC alum, and Being Awesome
host Rob Springer
has posted the results of an Authentics
toy hunt to his website! Initially checking Dollar General in accordance with the first sighting, Rob decided to follow that up with a visit to Family Dollar, where he hit paydirt. Keep reading for photographic proof and a link to the full article!
has posted their report on Hasbro's 2017 Full Year Financial Call,
and they were particularly interested by a particular quote from CEO Brian Goldner. And so are we! The quote suggests that everything
on the horizon - Evergreen, Cyberverse, and the Bumblebee Movie line - is going to hit at the same time in the fall. Keep reading to see!
TFW2005 member sideswipe6520
has found the 4.5" Authentics
assortment at his local Dollar General in Wichita, Kansas! These are the small, lightly-articulated figures based on the new "Evergreen" character designs for Bumblebee, Megatron, Optimus Prime, and Starscream. Keep reading!
reports that the Authentics
7-inch figure line has been sighted in the Philippines! Photos were taken of the figures alongside the smaller 4.5" line for comparison, and there are also some in-hand photos of the Grimlock unique to this size class. Keep reading to see!
The usual Weibo leaker and his hated purple marker have posted a pair of new leaks showing what appears to be packaging examples for "Evergreen" style Bumblebee that correspond to Voyager and Deluxe packaging conventions. What does it mean, and when will we find out more? Well, Toy Fair, probably, but we'll speculate on the meaning after the jump!
of Being Awesome, ZoneBase,
and Radio Free Cybertron
has found a new seasonal Transformers product: Valentines Day cards that convert to a tiny thumb war arena complete with temporary thumb tattoos! These use the new "Evergreen" character designs that we're also seeing used for the new Cyberverse
animated series premiering much later this year. Keep reading to see!
Autobase Aichi has gone to the trouble of extracting illustrations of the "Evergreen" designs used for the Authentics
toyline from Hasbro's annual Corporate Social Responsibility report! Appearing on the cover as well as pages 26, 34, and 59, the art for Bumblebee, Starscream, Grimlock, and Megatron is available (in relatively small sizes). Keep reading to have a look!
Hasbro Studios has posted a Sales Guide to their website which details their entire catalogue to date. This also includes images and info from the as-yet unreleased Transformers: Cyberverse
and Rescue Bots Academy
series! We learn quite a few new things, including the specifics of the length and duration of both shows - and get our first look at the Academy
cast. Keep reading for details.
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2005 Forums member maku098
has posted images of an in-store sighting of the Transformers Authentics
Bravo assortment at a Phillipines ToysRUs! This is the wave which contains "Evergreen" versions of Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Megatron, and Starscream aimed at budget stores. The designs seem to be related to the upcoming Cyberverse
series, but little is known about the exact connection just yet. Keep reading to see the images!
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