Thanks to Radio Free Cybertron's Melllvarr, we've got our first look at the next figure shipping from TFSS 3. Coming to subscriber mailboxes is Tarantulas, using the Generations Junkion mold and accompanied by a pair of Arms Microns. Alas, Melllvarr's copy of the figure, among the first to be shown in hand, features a prominent QC defect in missing one of the chest guns, so remember to always inspect carefully each figure you receive! We've got two photos, so click through and take a look.
Yesterday the Transformers Collectors Club unveiled Subscription Service 4.0 figure Bludgeon. Today, we have the reveal of their final INDIVIDUAL figure reveal, IMPACTOR with bonus weapons pack. However, that doesn’t mean TFSS 4.0 is done yet! Tomorrow we will see a reveal of the COMBINED mode of the Mayhem Attack Squad! And we have a couple last minute art reveals on their way as well! Read on for more details on Subscription Service 4.0.
With roughly a week to go before the order period for the fourth figure subscription closes, the Transformers Collector's Club is following through on its promise to get current renders of the remaining figures out to their customers and potential customers. Today's entry is Bludgeon, the core of the Mayhem Attack Squad combiner(and a remold of Onslaught, the as yet unreleased remold of Combiner Wars Hot Spot). Furthermore, a new gestalt head is promised - which presumably we'll see in the upcoming render of the combined form. Read on to see Bludgeon!
On Wednesday, September 2nd, the order period for TFSS round 4 will close, making this the final week to get in on the Mayhem Attack Squad combiner set. With so little time remaining, Fun Publications will be rushing the last three revised mockup reveals out starting at the end of the week, covering Bludgeon, the combined form, and Impactor. Meanwhile this week they've already published a new mockup for Windsweeper, which we've got mirrored, so click through and have a look!
New images of Subscription Service Spinister surfaced today, and small tweaks are in evidence compared to the previous render. Autobase Aichi was kind enough as to provide a comparison image so you can see the changes: the largest change is that all the black paint on the figure is gone, but this also resulted in more accurate teal windows/toes for this reuse of the Combiner Wars Alpha Bravo mold. Of course, as this is still just Photoshop work, the final product is very much subject to change as happens regularly. Click through to see the photos!