Following the news on the e-Hobby Exclusive Magnificus figure, we have images of the actual action figure. As expected the toy is a repaint of the Reveal the Shield Perceptor with a new head sculpt in black and red colors. Check out the images of e-Hobby Exclusive Magnificus figure below for the full reveal.
Thanks to e-Hobby who have posted a teaser for their next release. The image shows some vague letters that appear to spell the name "Mebion" when combined. The name seems to be a reference to past e-Hobby fiction as a fellow named Magnificus that was a black repaint of the Reveal the Shield Perceptor character that also had 3 red lights in his vehicle mode. Check out the teaser image and shots of Reveal the Shield Perceptor for more details below until the offical reveal is made by e-Hobby.
As we reported previously
, BBTS have posted images
for the G2 themed Hasbro Exclusive Transformers Ultimate Gift Set. This was the one previously reported as a WalMart exclusive but now seems to be a mass market offering. Check out the images of Transformers Reveal the Shield redecos of Deluxes G2 Optimus Prime and Jazz, and Legends Starscream and Optimus Prime, you may be in luck this Fall. The Legends Starscream will be redecorated as Thundercracker and Optiumus Prime will be redecorated as Motormaster.
If you were looking for a Transformers gift set that includes Transformers Reveal the Shield redecos of Deluxes G2 Optimus Prime and Jazz, and Legends Starscream and Optimus Prime, you may be in luck this Fall. The Legends Starscream will be redecorated as Thundercracker and Optiumus Prime will be redecorated as Motormaster. Continue reading...
If I buy the same mold twice, I very rarely buy the same character from the same mold. And I initially wasn't planning
on getting this Bumblebee, since the original Classics release suited me just fine. It was the only
thing from the elusive Wave 2 of Reveal the Shield Deluxes that I wasn't planning on getting, matter of fact. But sometimes when you see something in person, it just grabs you. Continue to full review