Retro Robot Radio and TFormers.com present one of the most bizarre paradoxes in the history of Transformers Audiobooks - Galvatron's Air Attack!
This story was written in the short gap between the release of the 1986 toys, but before the release of the Transformers 1986 movie. The writers wanted to add in all the characters introduced in the film, but didn't know the plot of the film yet.. so they just read the tech specs for the characters and made something up.
Just in are the IDW Publishing November 2014 Transformers Comic Books Solicitations and Covers. Get the previews on the coming publications hitting stands in November including: Transformers: Primacy #4, Transformers: Robots in Disguise, Vol. 6, Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #35: Days of Deception, Transformers #35: Days of Deception SPOTLIGHT, Transformers: Drift: Empire of Stone #1, and Angry Birds/Transformers #1. Read on to see all the comic book summaries, details and cover images.
IJK Productions has posted a review of Masterpiece Prowl to YouTube. Decent-looking figure, but kind of funny to watch MP Soundwave tower over him to that degree. Keep reading to see the review!
Butting in on his movie counterpart's corpse-wearin' ways, Hot Toys Optimus Prime Starscream Version is a slick, nontransforming figure of G1 Prime by the company responsible for all the pretty Iron Man figures most of us will never own. Sideshow Collectibles, official distributor of Hot Toys in the US, has posted images of the figure, which is due in July 2015 with an SRP of $345. Keep reading for the photos and start saving up now!
UK company Paladone has posted their online catalog of Transformers related products, and some of them are pretty neat. From a squishy stress-relief Bumblebee to an Optimus Prime egg cup to foamboard 3D puzzles of Optimus Prime and Bumblebee that look as though they might
transform, the items are more creative than many licenced goods. Keep reading for some sample images and a link!