Autobase Aichi reports that this month's issue of Terebi Magazine
has shown off a special edition EZ Collection figure that will be given away with the next issue. Dubbed Black Knight Bumblebee, this is yet another take on the reverse-colors "Stealth Bumblebee" color scheme. The magazine will cost 778 Yen before taxes and will also feature a manga about Bumblebee's new look. Keep reading to see the figure!
Announced nearly a year ago, Kids Logic has posted new images of their Mecha Nations MN05 Starscream figure to Facebook! The high-end collectible is a poseable super-deformed figure of Starscream with Megatron gun accessory and light-up eyes - which due to being lit by two LEDs each look extra
creepy. Keep reading to see!
Iron factorys Evillord stands 4.8/12CM tall and can transform into 4 different modes. Iron factory also announced a second run of the extremely popular Iron Giants Maiden.
Preoders up at TFSource here: Iron Factory - IF-EX11 - Evillord
As well as all iron factory figures: http://tfsource.com/iron-factory/
Additionally badcubes evil bugs are now available for both single and sets for preorder at TFSource here: Badcubes Evil Bugs Set & Singles
Hisashi Yuki, toy designer and conductor of TakaraTomy's Twitter hype train, has posted images of the upcoming TAV21 Optimus Prime! Unlike any other Transformers Adventure/Robots In Disguise Optimus, this one has a functional trailer, expertly seating Warrior-class Sideswipe! It's also shown wearing all
of Unite Warriors UW01 Superion's guns, including individual weapons of the Aerialbots! And speaking of Unite Warriors, there's also a packaging mockup for UW03 Defensor - Keep reading to see!
Hisashi Yuki has posted some more photos of Unite Warriors Guardian, AKA Defensor! Most significantly, he's posted a really nice shot of Deluxe-sized Groove in Robot Mode, as well as putting it together with Combiner Wars Legends class Groove and the G1 original. Keep reading to see!
Perfect Effect has announced that they're adding the Constructicons' guns to their PC-07 upgrade kit for Combiner Wars Devastator! In addition, they've announced that both their PC-06 Devastator upgrades and PC-07 Constructicon upgrades should be compatibile with either the Takara or Hasbro releases - though presumably that's the biggest concern for PC-06, as PC-07 largely brings the Hasbro version up to speed with Takara's Unite Warriors UW04 version. Keep reading for the announcement and a teaser photo!
TFW2005 has posted new images found on Weibo of FansProject's Function-X6 figure, Knight! This reuse of the MADLAW mold represents the Masterforce character Sixknight, the Japanese G1 equivalent of Quickswitch. It's looking pretty nice in Sixknight's cooler color scheme. Keep reading to see!
Takara's on Hisashi Yukis has dropped a new image on Twitter of the Unite Warriors Menasor and Warriors Superion sets in the box. We've not seen Menasor's box yet and are looking forwards to what Takara will bring with their version that will be released in Japan, next month in August. Read on to see the image and google translated info now.
Autobase Aichi has posted details on the July Transformers Adventure EZ Collection campaign in Japan! Depending on where you spend 3,000 Yen on Transformers figures, you can get one of three Legion-class figures: Clear Grimlock and Sideswipe, or a ToysRUs-themed Optimus Prime! (Bet you can't guess where to get that last one.) Keep reading for photos and details!
Now that the figure is filtering out to stores this was inevitable, right? Perfect Effect's Japanese Twitter account has posted a set of images of a planned upgrade kit for Combiner Wars Devastator! There's a lot of improvements both small and large in these photos, as well as something many IDW fans have been clamoring for. Keep reading for photos and a description!
Thanks to Facebook group Plastic Crack Fiends and Antoine Lewis who has sighted and posted an image of the Combiner Wars Titan Class Devastator figure at Toys R Us stores in Sunnyvale California, USA. These are on the shelf at the $149.00 MSRP. This is the somehwhat different version of the SDCC version without the chrome and additonal paint and stickers. We have included an image for reference. Read on the see the sighting image of the Transformers Combiner Wars Titan Class Devastator.
Takara's TFYuki has posted a new image of the TAV21 Optimus Prime in robot mode. This is larger scale version of the with a voice chip and trailer to store other vehicle-mode Autobots. According to TFYuki, this figure that was on display as part of Transformers toy history at Tokyo Toy Show, will go on sale tomorrow in Japan. Read on to see the image and Translated details.
Hero Hobby Toys has posted photos and specifications of their upcoming QA-01 City Captain figure! Based on Ultra Magnus and standing out the height of a Deluxe figure, this SD figure is pretty impressive, featuring full transformation without parts removal, a gun that turns into a hammer, launching rockets, and more! Keep reading for more details.
Alfes2010 has posted an extensive gallery of the latest Transformers Adventure Vs. Set to his blog! The photo gallery focuses on the Phantomjaw side of the set, since the police-themed Warrior-class Steeljaw recolor is an all-new deco while Strongarm is the same as her individual Japanese release. Keep reading to see!
Ozformers Forums owner Griffin-of-oz has posted a solid gallery of Mega 5-Step Megatronus to TFW2005! At retail in Australia now, this ToysRUs Megatronus figure is of course the same size more or less as Mega 3-Step Optimus Prime. Keep reading to see!
Following up on their post of Wave 1 earlier today, Autobase Aichi has posted images of the second
wave of Mini-Cons for Robots In Disguise! Beastbox, Velocirazor, Ratbat, and Sandsting include armor parts that can be formed into the shape of a robot shark! Keep reading to have a look for yourself!
Personally I'm not one to worry about scale in my Transformers. But if you are, you may want to have a look at this pair of pictures from TakaraTomy's Hisashi Yuki. Unite Warriors UW03 Guardian (AKA Defensor) sports a full-sized Groove as opposed to Combiner Wars' newcomer Rook, and we knew that UW Groove was big enough for the other Deluxes to ride. But seeing that bike next to a police car really drives it home. Keep reading to see for yourself!
It was only a matter of time! Dengeki Hobby magazine has posted high quality images of the October Legends assortment to their website, representing the best and clearest look we've gotten at Blackarachnia, Slipstream, and Nightbird so far! All three are looking excellent, and will be out near the end of October in Japan for the price of 3348 Yen each. Keep reading to see!