Coming to us from Newsarama we have the first look at the full length preview for next week's issue of The Transformers
, #56. Originally intended to ship before this month's issue of More Than Meets The Eye
... well, sometimes things just don't work out. But this should hopefully bring everything together and up to speed, and be welcome by those who chose to wait and read the issues in the correct order! We have the preview mirrored in our gallery below, so click through to have a look.
Megatronia is a combiner figure made up of five female Transformers.
Megaempress is a voyager sized figure that transforms from robot to truck and wields a large axe. She makes up the main body of Megatronia.
Flowspade and Trickdiamond are deluxe sized figures that are each armed with powerful hand weapons. They both transform into speedsters and become the legs of Megatronia.
Making up the arms of Megatronia are two more deluxe sized figures, Lunaclub and Moonheart, each armed with large swords and both transform into helicopters.
The Transformers Offiical App for iOS iPhone / iPad and Andrioid have gotten a new makeover with new features! Fans can download the App now from iTunes and Play to see the new more than meets the Combiner Wars look as well as two new missions to "save Cybertron". Beware though, the app has a 13+ rating for all the youngters out there.
With Hasbro's Computron not even in stock for two weeks, we're about to see the launch of Unite Warriors Computron which will hit Japanese retailers on August 27th. Some online stores have already gotten their supplies and begun filling preorders, while retailers elsewhere in the world won't be far behind! To make sure everyone knows, Hisashi Yuki has posted what will probably be the last early photo, with the assembled Computron posed alongside its box. You can check that image out below - keep reading!
By way of Previews World, we have news of a case revision you'll want to know about! Titans Return Deluxe wave 2 will have later shipments seeing the return of the wave 1 Deluxes, with one each of Hardhead, Scourge, Blurr, and Skullsmasher. These will ship alongside two each of Chromedome and Highbrow. Though it's often hard to predict how prevalent remix cases like this will be at general retail, it's probably a good idea to make sure to get Mindwipe and Wolfwire (Weirdwolf) as soon as you can. Might this feature Skullsmasher with improved joint tolerances? Or just be extra chance to army build Sweeps? Let's wait and find out!