Transformers Movie Megatron and Bumblebee 2012 Christmas Ornaments from Carlton American Greetings
Jack - Saturday, November 10, 2012
Every year Carlton / American Greetings introduce a whole series of popular culture Christmas ornaments based on well know icons. This year they have revealed two Transformers Movie designs for the 2012 Christmas Ornaments. The Megatron head is activated with a button on back of head that triggers colorful lights and plays an audio clip from the movie that we don't know the contents of. They will also be offering a Movie Bumblebee Action Pose ornament of the character in robot mode. Check out the images of the ornaments for more details.
TakaraTomy has posted new images of their Metal Collection (AKA MetaColle) figures of Transformers: Dark Of The Moon Optimus Prime and Bumblebee! Due out at the end of March, these diecast metal figures are small but only run 1,080 Yen each. (The size is more more pronounced when you realize the average height for a Japanese man is five feet, seven inches and the odds are against that hand being terribly big.) Keep reading to have a look!
TakaraTomy has released a second, commercial for their Transformers: Movie THE BEST Series toyline! It features some of the same stop-motion animation from the first, longer TV spot... but isn't Japanese toy commercial stop-motion animation always worth a second look? Answer: yes. Yes, it is. Keep reading to see the video mirrored here!
Just in from Taobao seller zairj2010, We have a packaged image of a "Movie The Best" MB04 Shockwave from Takara Tomy.
This is one of the four figures that are said to be reissued in the Japan starting in Feburary 4th. Read on to see the images below.
This week on Radio Free Cybertron: It's our big year end episode! We recap 2016 in terms of toys, media, events and major announcements. We also review our 2016 predictions from the beginning of the year. What were the biggest news items of the year? What were our favorite toys? Find out in this ginormous episode of Radio Free Cybertron, featuring a special Being Awesome segment from Rob Springer!