In these final hours before everything gets revealed for real and officially, those holding on to early access materials are scrambling to get everything out while relevance still exists. Thus we have a look tonight at the full color, uncropped, normal resolution packaging art for Alpha Trion. This figure is believed to be a Voyager, and speculated by our own RAC to perhaps be a heavy Galvatron retool. If this shows up in New York tomorrow, we may get a concrete answer to at least that question! Keeo reading to take a look, and watch us all day tomorrow for ongoing Toy Fair coverage!
Shortly after author James Roberts verified the publication date on Twitter as February 24th, iTunes has followed up with the customary short preview for the issue. This preview, said to be pages 4, 5, & 6 does contain small spoilers for the prior issue or two, but otherwise seems to thankfully reveal little of issue 50 itself in what we see. As usual we'll have the first review of this issue here for you in a little under two weeks. Meanwhile if spoilers do not frighten you and you want a quick peek at what's to come, click through and check it out!
Thanks again to zmultiplier on weibo who has shared more new images of Titans Return Astrotrain, the Transformers Triple Changer. These images show the entire figure full color the robot mode along with what looks like comic art. The figure will be based on the Titans Return Sentinel Prime Voyager class figure featuring a new Titan Master head. Read on to see the Titans Return Astrotrain Images below.
Ender has shared with us a photo of his recent find from a Chicago Target: the Sky Reign wave of Generations Deluxes! The second "Random G1 Dudes From 1984-5 As Robot Limbs" wave includes Smokescreen, Trailbreaker, Wheeljack, and Hound - and they seem to be hitting a lot of US stores this week, so happy hunting to all! Keep reading for the photographic proof!
Hasbro Pulse has posted the package art for the first wave of Titans Return Deluxes, revealing for the first time the full lineup: Hardhead, Blurr, Scourge, and Skullcruncher(who is given his proper name)! Also included is a short interview with package artist Ken Christiansen, who discusses his artistic influences and his favorite of the four. Keep reading to see!