It's Japanese Hobby Magazine Time again! By way of TAGHobby, Figure Oh
(Figure King) Magazine has images of upcoming Transformers, including Legends Legends Swerve and Tailgate and Legends Voyager Brainstorm. Also shown are TF Cloud Hellwarp and Roadbuster/Ironhide as well as a book collecting SD designs from the Transformers Ultimate All Stars mobile game. Keep reading for all the details!
Having been floating around somewhat nebulously since their original discovery, the two multipack Protectobot recolor sets are finally nearing a release. Thanks to Come, See Toys we have official images by way of Hasbro Singapore of the two-pack Hot Spot and Blades, and three pack First Aid, Groove, and Streetwise. Amazon has also opened preorders for the latter set, noting availability on October 1st and calling them an "Asia Kids Day" set. So while these seem made for the Asian market, it looks like fans elsewhere will have a chance at them, if the two-pack also appears on Amazon soon.
Sarah Stone has shared the "clean" version of the third of her 30th Anniversary retailer incentive Transformers covers. Running as an alternate for Robots in Disguise 33 - scheduled to ship Wednesday the 24th - this cover calls back to Last Stand of The Wreckers, prominently featuring Ironfist. Sarah posted a quick note along with the cover art on her tumblr. Keep reading for the full size image and check out what she had to say about it!
From TakaraTomy's website, we have updated looks at the Japanese release versions of Tailgate and Swerve, and Brainstorm. Previously seen in mockups based on Hasbro product, these small photos now depict the Legends-version deco, with darker metallic colors on Swerve and Tailgate, and a general increase of paint work on Brainstorm, both for greater original toy accuracy, and just general enhancement. Keep reading to see both (unfortunately small) images!
Autobase Aichi and eHobby have posted new images of the upcoming Transformers Cloud Hellwarp figure. A recolor of Generations Voyager Sky-Byte, Hellwarp is an upgrade of Skywarp in much the same way that Hellscream was a shark-based upgrade of Beast Wars II Starscream. Keep reading to see the photos!