Takara Tomy have updated the official web site with news of their projects they have planned for the Transformers 30th anniversary. They have outlined four different projects including:
Project 1: Generation 1 Optimus Prime that will be a new mold.
Project 2: Transformers Movie Advanced Line at Toys R Us Japan stores on May 16th.
Project 3: Transformers Expo convention exclusive AOE Slug figure and displays.
Project 4: Super GT Optimus Prime that will be on the Mach Team series.
Read on to see the images and translated information for more details.
Just in from online reailer AmiAmi is new Images of Transformers Card Cases and Silk Ties Products From Kotobukiya. The official licensed products are shown with buisness cases for Convoy (Optimus Prime) and Megatron as well as various silk ties including Megatron and Convoy, faction symbols and other designs. These products are listed to be shipped in late July 2014. Read on to see the images for more details now.
Following the Mega Drive Megatron we have more images from the Miyazawa Mokei Spring Exhibition in Japan. Shown were the following: Transformers silicone ice trays from Kotobukiya. G1 Alpha Trion figure from Artstorm. Prime 1 Studios Dark of the Moon Optimus Prime statue. We also get another looks at the Mega Drive Megatron from Sega and Takara Tomy. Read on to see all the images from the show.
Thanks to the Ameba japanese fan site we have new images of the Mega Drive Megatron. The which Transforms into a Sega Game Console can be seen in prototype form. The new figure will be a special edition Sega toy made by Takara Tomy. It will be shown at the Winter Wonder Festival. The figure appears to act as a USB device judging from his hand. Get a look at new images of the figure in robot and console modes as well as the controller.
Amazon Japan have listed a new product listing for the Transformers G1 Optimus Prime and Megatron Silicon Tray Set From Kotobukiya. The set of two trays offer molds of the Transformers characters heads along with their team faction symbols and the G1 Transformers logo. Fans can use these to make their own ice cubes and or choclates in the shape of their favorite Autobot or Decepticons. The set is slated to be released by Kotobukiya on July 31, 2014 at a price of 2,100 JPY / $20 USD. See the images and translated details below.