The latest episode of the QTransformers Animation is up! Titled "Mystery of Mystery of Convoy," it guest-stars the player characters from the original Famicom game, Ultra Magnus and Rodimus Prime! Magnus... doesn't take it well when people call Mystery of Convoy a bad game. (But it totally is.) Keep reading to see!
Japanese fashion label Galaxxxy has announced a new series of women's Transformers tops in collaboration with TakaraTomy. The shirts are 5800 Yen, and the hoodie is 13,800 Yen, and all are One (Japanese) Size Fits All. So if you're 1) in Japan, 2) have between $50 and $130 to spend, and 3) are the size of a Japanese fashion model, keep reading to see if this line are for you!
KABAYA GUM PLUS TRANSFORMERS D COLLECTION - This new display box of eight comes with six different Transformers G1 SDish style figures including: First Supreme Commander Convoy, Destructicon Emperor Megatron, and Air Commander Starscream. Each figure will have a solid color and a clear variant. The box of eight is priced at $39.99 or you can take a chance and buy a random single for $5.99 each. The figures are slated for release May 2015. Read on to check out the images and more detaiils.
This week's QTransformers is up on YouTube, and this week's special guest robot is Red Alert, who seems to be perpetually frightened and/or embarrassed. The topic between him, Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, and Lockdown seems to be the minimum standards in video games, for all the good that does most of us. Keep reading to see the episode!
Autobase Aichi has posted images and details of a new Kabaya series of blind-boxed toys due in May. The DCollection set features Optimus Prime, Starscream, and Megatron, and features squatty "super-deformed" styling. There'll be chase versions of all three figures in clear plastic as well. While they're not super-articulated, they're also only roughly $25 for a case of 8 going by Japanese SRP, so they're definitely more in the small novelty toy range. Keep reading for images!