Thanks to Radio Free Cybertron we have select highlights from TFCon Chicago's third party panel, including upcoming items from Maketoys, Fans Project, MMC, and more! As you might expect, photography in a darkened auditorium is sketchy at best, and we'll deliver clearer images of the panel slides as soon as they're available. Meanwhile we have photos of testshots of more third party toys, distributed via daim.choc. Keep reading to check out everything!
Members of the podcast TFYLP had the opportunity to sit down with Rik Alvarez and Aaron Archer following the announcement of his and Simon Furman's involvement with new independent toy company Play With This Too. Rik and Aaron both share tidbits of their histories at Hasbro, plus talk about PWTT and their views on the future of toys in general. Clocking in just under an hour, it's a very interesting piece to settle in and check out. Click through to watch the embedded video now!
Check out the Rik Alvarez interview about his upcoming Play With This Too toys at RetroRobotRadio. Includes the slides of his figures shown at TFcon Chicago 2014.
TFSource has released images of their TFCon exclusive, ToyWorld's TW-04G Grant. Grant is a downscaled (9 inches tall) version of Grand Maximus, the Japan-exclusive Fortress Maximus recolor. It's limited to 180 pieces and is available now at TFSource's booth at TFCon Chicago. Keep reading to see photos!
The Radio Free Cybertron Twitter is lighting up with photos from the floor of TFCon, including some testshots of upcoming figures! Function-X 05 is on display, along with Fansproject's take on Defensor and ToyWorld's Shinebug and Bungee, their takes on Bumblebee and Cliffjumper! In addition there's an in-person photo of Cubrar, Fansproject's Not-Slag in con-exclusive Diaclone colors. Keep reading to see a sea of fascinating (if unpainted) plastic, and keep checking back as we'll add more photos as they're added to Twitter!