The Sega Store is, naturally, carrying TakaraTomy's Mega Drive Megatron - and if you order your Genesis-shaped tyrant from them, you get a limited-edition bonus T-Shirt! Sega Store is asking 10,800 Yen (about $108) for the figure, and I'm reasonably certain they'll only ship within Japan. Click through to see the shirt, and then consult your favorite middleman!
TAG Hobby have posted new images of the Medicom 200% Bearbrick Transformers figures that will be coming to Japan. Get new looks at Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Megatron, and Starscream in their Robot and Bear modes to see what are come very different looks at our pals from Cybertron. Read on to see the preview images for more details.
Still in grayscale, the prototype of Masterpiece Star Saber has surfaced in a new magazine scan. Now you can see it without any pesky "No photography, please" signs in frame. Click the title to get a better look at the mirrored image of the presumed MP-23, courtesy of Planet Iacon!
BBTS have sent us an update about the new Transforming Bearbrick toys. No need to wait for Winderfest as they will be offering all four toys at the retail price. These 200% bearbricks stand about 5" tall and look just like their namesakes - into which they can then transform! You can choose from Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Megatron and Starscream, and each is listed at $54.99.
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TakaraTomy Mall and the eHobby Shop have put up their respective listings for the next set of Transformers Cloud figures. From TakaraTomy Mall is Rodimus, cleverly recolored from the Generations Springer mold. eHobby brings us Shockwave, less inventively taken from Whirl. This is our first solid look at the alternate modes for both figures, and a weapon emplacement mode is even shown for Shockwave. Keep reading to see the mirrored galleries!