Just in from Ebay is news and images of a possible Transformers Generations Leader Class Jetfire 30th Anniversary. We have been reporting on a new figure since October when a large number of figures were leaked from Hasbro's catalog. Here we have some first looks at what is clearly a new version of the Jetfire / Skyfire character with signature white, red and black colors, swept wings and flip down visor. Chances are we'll see this at Toy Fair next week. See the images below now.
This week on Radio Free Cybertron: We recap everything worth knowing at Toy Fair 2017, with firsthand accounts of the biggest news that broke, including Overlord, Trypticon, Last Knight toys, and more! Also we talk about the big Dinobot reveal at Wonderfest, a high-end Transformers Monopoly set and tons, tons more!
In short order after finally becoming available in online retail, the first in-store sightings in the US have popped up for Leader Class Sixshot. The first report from Megablah shows Sixshot in a Target in an unspecified location in California - small area to check, we know. Subsequently we've heard of at least one other sighting in a Portland, OR Target. It looks like Target is the place to check right now, especially on the west coast. And if you're wondering if it's worth getting out looking, check out our review of Titans Return Sixshot! Keep reading for photo proof of the California sighting.
Major online retailers such as site sponsor Big Bad Toy Store are now receiving Titans Return Voyager Wave 3! We've got our first crack at two entirely new molds in this wave, each of which will later become a Triplechanger. So who's in the wave and what do we know about these? Read on to find out!
Fan favorite artist Nick Roche has been doing alternate covers for Transformers: Lost Light around the them of characters literally lost in space. Yesterday, Roche posted clean art, both in lineart and color form, for Lost Light #6! This time, we have a whole bunch of characters in space, but they're not looking lost anymore. Keep reading to get a good look at Roche's inking skills on the black and white lineart, plus colors by Josh Burcham!
So when you look at this, do you focus on the spidery legs - Airachnid? Blackarachnia? Tarantulas, fresh off his appearance in Sins of the Wreckers? - or do you focus on Onslaught and Blast Off? Whatever drew your eye first, Till All Are One artist Sara Pitre-Durocher has posted some looks at the making of the cover, including several sketch passes where the pose of the Combaticons was refined, and a color test! Keep reading to see!