e-Hobby has updated Legends Series Deadlock's product page to include the cover to his pack-in comic! The comic for this recolor of Generations Drift in his former life as a Decepticon will be written and drawn by Makoto Wakabayashi, also the author of the e-Hobby Transformers Cloud pack-in comics. Keep reading to give it a look!
MakeToys has posted a new galleries of Katana - their rendition of Protectobot Blades - to Facebook! It's a sharp-looking figure whose helicopter rotors become a copy of the figure's namesake, and sports a couple of guns similar to those the character used in the Transformers: Generation 2
comic. Keep reading to check it out!
The prolific Hisashi Yuki has posted a new image of Unite Warriors Devastator to his Twitter! The better-armed and better-elbowed version of Devastator is due out by year's end, so it's not going to be surprising if we end up seeing more of it from Yuki. Keep reading to have a look!
It's that time again! The first image of Combiner Wars Sky Lynx has hit Weibo. It shows the figure in shuttle mode in a clear plastic bag - but hopefully this will be the first of many. And hopefully we'll get release data soon as well! Keep reading to get a look at the figure close up.
Autobase Aichi has posted images of the new Kinder Surprise eggs featuring RID toys! Kinder Surprise eggs are generally chocolate eggs with toys inside - though the type pictured seem to be a filled egg with a separate toy. But if you can get these in your country, you can get poseable mini-kits of Bumblebee, Steeljaw, Sideswipe, Strongarm, Grimlock, and Optimus Prime! Keep reading to see the images.
Hasbro Pulse has just posted the finished package art for Fortress Maximus and Powermaster Optimus Prime! Unsurprisingly, Prime gets a lot
of different illustrations... and one of them is for his Titan Master, Ginrai.
We were shown a slightly different color scheme with the name Apex during the recent Q&A, so we've reached out to find out the details on Optimus' Titan Master partner. Until we know more, keep reading for the art!
Wednesday night, Hasbro gave us a sneak peek at Toy Fair 2016 - and now we get to pass it on to you! The Generations offerings include the first looks at some things that lacked official announcements up to now, some leaked in some form or another, and some expected. Keep reading to see it all!
Hasbro has revealed a slew of the Transformers toys for 2016, and we've got official photos and renders! First up is Robots In Disguise, which is debuting a third type of Mini-Cons as well as new Deployers and Battle Packs to support them. We've also got a set of environment-themed recolors of previous figures coming soon, expanding on what was seen at NYCC! Keep reading for details!
A company by the name of Soap Studio has released images of their upcoming Vintage Arts Series figures of Optimus Prime and Bumblebee! The VAS figures are "sofubi" figures - a Japanese abbreviation for "soft vinyl" - done in the style of the 1984 cartoon. Longtime Transformers artist Dan Khanna is chief project designer - and as is typical of Khanna's style the figures have a very slight modernization of details and proportions without overdoing it. Keep reading to see!
Online retailer The Chosen Prime has posted images of BoldForms' Gladius figure, an MP-sized Megatron that transforms from Walther P99 to tank to robot! The figure looks really good, and is due this month for a price of $150 USD. Keep reading for photos and details!
Prime 1 Studios continues its series of extravagantly detailed - and plain old extravagant
- statues of the Movie Transformers! Limited to a run of 1500, with 500 including an exclusive severed Brawl head, Ironhide sports LEDs in his head and his cannons, and will set you back $1600 USD. Luckily there's a nice gallery of photos available so you can give it a nice, thorough look-over before you buy - keep reading to see!
Winding up the Wave 4 Deluxes! A remold of Wave 3 Streetwise, Prowl is a solid figure - but he doesn't look that much like himself. Luckily he's had a whole range of IDW bodies so that's somewhat forgivable. Continue to the review
to see RAC review the figure and mercilessly beat a joke to death
Million Publishing has announced this year's Transformers Generations premium figures: a special Transformers Adventure Vs. pack (TAV-VS-SP) featuring Dogfight and Decepticon Runamuck! Dogfight is a recolor of Combiner Wars Powerglide recolor Viper as the G1 Triggerbot! Runamuck is, of course, the counterpart to TAV25 Runabout, itself a recolor of Combiner Wars Blackjack. The Battlechargers are reunited! Keep reading to check it out!
We've got an image of the Transformers Generations Combiner Wars Voyager Wave 5 Onslaught & Scattorshot voyager class figures. These items are set to ship sometime this month for $49.99, packed one each to a case. Read on to check out the box images and official details for more information.
It must be new toy day in Japan, because Alfes2010 has once again started sharing some quality images on Twitter! First up we've got TAV33 Optimus Prime Supreme Mode, which sports extensive remolding from the Japan-exclusive TAV21 Optimus Prime it's based on. Secondly we've got a few shots of TAV VS05 Drift Origin Mode vs. Jazz Battle Mode! Keep reading to see it all!
Allspark User Razorsaw has posted a series of screengrabs from the recently-updated RID mobile game, and we're in for quite a few new Mini-Cons! In addition to the Torpedo-type Mini-Cons we've seen up to now, we've got quite a few Weapon-types, and a handful of other prefixes that may or may not be game-exclusive. Also, some new variations on the main cast based around Asian releases of the Warrior Class figures, and a "Battlepack" version of Grimlock whose body design we can't quite place. Keep reading to see!
Transformers@The Moon has linked to an Imgur gallery of "clean" background images and cels from Transformers: The Movie! While it's unclear where the images come from - some are scans of cels and background paintings, but others appear to be screengrabs from a home video release of the film - this is the best look we've ever had at some of the backdrops for the beloved 1986 box office bomb. Keep reading to have a look!
Alfes2010 has posted a healthy-sized set of photos of Masterpiece Tracks to Twitter, and it looks really nice! Sporting a great metalflake blue paint job and engine details under the hood, MP Tracks has been just as appealing in-hand as it has in promotional photos. This bodes well for MP-26 Road Rage! Keep reading to see the photos!