SDCC 2012 - Official Bot Shots of Starscream Launcher, 2012 Bot Shots Singles, and 2013 Flip Shot Bumblebee
By Peter Van on Friday, July 13, 2012
Hasbro has sent out a batch of official images of the cute and irresistible Transfomrers Bot Shots! The images include Transformers the remaining 2012 Bot Shots, such as the Starscream Launcher, Battle Mask Bumblebee, and Skywarp; as well as a sneak peek at the 2013 Flip Shot Bumblebee!
These new figures will get better articulation and be a bit heftier. The four new types of Bot Shots are self explanatory: Jump Shots, Spin Shots, Flip Shots, and Blitz Shots.
This week on Radio Free Cybertron: Titans Return is unveiled! At the Hasbro Event at NYCC we get firsthand looks at Galvatron, Skullcruncher, Hardhead and Blaster! Plus we talk about Transformers Devastation and how you can win a copy in celebration of our 16th Anniversary next week! All that and WAY MORE on this week's Radio Free Cybertron!
The final Auto Assembly takes place next weekend in Birmingham, England, and there's been some interesting developments! First is that, for the first time ever, the convention has official exclusives! AA and Roll Out Roll Call have partnered with the Collectors Club to offer a selection of this year's BotCon pieces at their shows. There is also going to be a very limited print by G1 and ReGeneration One artist Andrew Wildman available at the show! Read on for more details!
TFCon Charlotte has announced a new guest: Gregg Berger, voice of Grimlock in both G1 and the upcoming Transformers Devastation! Berger will be onhand all weekend for Q&A panels and autograph sessions. Read on for more details!
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Shockingly enough, all three of the Transformers exclusives on Hasbro Toy Shop which debuted at San Diego Comic Con this summer are still available to purchase as of this writing. While this batch isn't the first to see one piece stick around for a little while after activation, it's probably the first time the whole assortment has stayed accessible and obtainable even for those not riding their mobile devices at work hoping to beat store crashes. So what made this year different? Keep reading!