The Dengeki Hobby website - not to be confused with the TAGHobby news aggregator site, Dengeki Hobby magazine, or TAG Hobby Magazine which doesn't exist - has posted images of QT15 Hound, QT16 Bluestreak, QT17 Tracks, and QT18 Nemesis Prime! It's worth noting that Nemesis Prime is based off of the Movie Optimus Prime QTransformers mold, and perhaps not surprisingly, Movie Prime takes to an evil paintjob very well. Keep reading to see!
They D-Style Transformers Nemesis Prime Plastic Model Kit we reported on from Wonder Festival Winter is how up for pre-order at BBTS. Get a look at the official images of the Super Deformed figure in robot, alternate mode and with his weapons. The figure is listed for shipping June 2015 at a price of $34.99 USD. Pre-Order now at bigbadtoystore.com
. Read on to see the official images.
This week's episode of QTransformers is as nonsensical as ever for a non-speaker of Japanese, but does seem to focus on explorers in some way, as the title implies. That said, you do at least get to see QTransformers Sideswipe and Sunstreaker joining the conversation, so at least there's new character designs to see. Keep reading to watch!
The Transformerland website has posted high-quality scans of the 1982 Diaclone catalog along with translations of the text throughout. The article includes some interesting G1 trivia, including the identity of the first-ever car-to-robot transforming toy, a look at the illustration that would ultimately lead to the creation of Optimus Prime, and even the scale - yes, scale!
- of the early Autobot Cars. Keep reading for the relevant pages and more details!
Honestly, I have no idea what the title is supposed to mean, but that's the best translation we can suss out for "Motenai Otoko No Gyappu No Nazo." This episode features Wheeljack as the fourth character of the week alongside series regulars Optimus Prime, Lockdown, and Bumblebee. The theme of the series seemingly continues to be that Optimus has a terrible sense of humor. Keep reading to see and be confused!