DLE has posted the fourth episode of the QTransformers animation to YouTube! Titled "Mystery Of Stage Bosses," it seems (to we non-speakers of Japanese) to feature a discussion on the weird, slightly dull stage bosses of Transformers: Mystery of Convoy
and its QTransformers smartphone remake. Keep reading to see the video and be confused!
Site sponsor BigBadToyStore has provided us with our first looks at upcoming Q Transformers figures scheduled to be released between March and May of this year. The upcoming assortments feature Hound, Bluestreak, Tracks, Nemesis Prime, a G1-styled Optimus, Megatron as a Lamborghini, Drift, and Skids. We've mirrored the solicitation images, so click through to check them out and for a link back to the original product listings!
The latest episode of the QTransformers animation is up on YouTube! There's... not a lot to recommend this one to non-speakers of Japanese unless you like watching Autobots fantasize about a bird pooping on a person, and the person then being hit by a meteor. But if you want to puzzle over that
one, keep reading to see!
The second super-chatty episode of the QTransformers animation has hit YouTube! The episode is titled "Mystery of Reliable Kusoge" - "Kusoge" is a Japanese gaming term that is more or less shorthand for "crappy game," and Mystery of Convoy definitely applies. In the episode, Optimus Prime suggests the alternate designation of "Murige" - "Impossible game" - citing games like Ghosts N' Goblins/Ghouls N' Ghosts as (animated!) examples. Keep reading to see the episode!
One of the nigh-infinite Japanese hobby shows took place this weekend, and Autobase Aichi was there: at Super Festival 67, TakaraTomy took the opportunity to show off some interesting items from the near and distant past. The exhibit includes Million Publishing GoShooter and Shouki, one of the many, many SD Optimus Primes with a previously unseen Rodimus, and some original unlettered pages from the Transformers: The Headmasters
manga! Keep reading to see!