Cybergeeks Alliance has posted images of Stunticon (and stand-in Superion limb until Combiner Wars Wave 2 hits) Dragstrip! He's looking pretty good, and comes with a swordgun to complement the HandFootGun that all Combiner Wars Generations Deluxes will include. While you wait for the Star Wars Episode VII trailer to load, keep reading to see Dragstrip in Robot, Vehicle, and Arm modes!
Hasbro Toy Shop wants to show its thanks to its customers - not to mention get in on some Black Friday sales action - and has passed along a new coupon code this morning. From now through Sunday, November 30th you can get 10% off your total, plus free standard shipping on most in stock items. Normal exclusions of Stomp And Chomp Grimlock and HTS exclusive items still apply of course. Sadly Brainstorm is no longer available to use the discount with, but there's plenty more available, so keep reading for the code!
TFW member SydneyY has taken time to give us a translation of Figure King Magazine's recent interview with TakaraTomy designer Hironori Kobayashi. The interview has some general coverage, but focuses specially on the development of Generations (or "Legends") Arcee and Kobayashi's unique background in design for the character, which we've written about previously. Keep reading to check out the translated interview!
The Allspark is reporting that an anonymous Wal-Mart employee has leaked a new batch of inventory listings. Among these are a group of new Deluxe and Legends figures featuring familiar Protectobot names, lending weight to long speculation that Defensor would join the Combiner Wars. The list also backs up additional fan theories of how some team members may be utilized, as well as giving us two possibly unrelated new items coming in 2015. Keep reading for the list and more details!
Where's Drift? What happened to him after his disgraced exit from the Lost Light
so long ago? Drift has taken on the role of wandering soldier, but how far will he travel before his past catches up to him? Written by Shane McCarthy, pencils by Guido Guidi, inks by Stephen Baskerville, and colors by John-Paul Bove. Read the full review!