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BBTS have done it again, bringing hard to find exclusive Transformers toys to fans everywhere. They have just posted a pre-order page for the Transformers Dinobot Deluxe Snarl that is a Universal Studios exclusive item, available only in their them park shops, until now!




Here's some images of the new Studio Series Grimlock upgrade kit that DNA Design has shared via their Weibo page! The set includes new weapons for Age of Extinction Grimlock, including his trademark gigantic mace. Also included are a replacement arm and a new tail for dino mode which doubles as a shield in robot mode. Keep reading to see!




Just up on the Chinese social site, Biadu. We have a look at the Unmasked Optimus Prime Studio Series figure revealing the Autobot Leader's face sculpt. This is the second time a mask-less figure has surfaced. Now, it is showing up in China. Could this be a cancelled prototype, a special edition, or a variant? Check out the image gallery with looks at comparison shots and more in the gallery below.




Tonight we're looking at several photos of the upcoming Studio Series Megatron and Brawl, whoch will make up the second Voyager wave. The photos were shared by is456, and give us views of the front and back of both boxes, plus images of the toys themselves, albeit still secured to their plastic trays. Hopefully we'll be seeing more comprehensive looks at these two figures soon to get an idea of how their transformations work and how well they match up in terms of build and poseability to Optimus and Starscream from the first wave. Check out all the pictures, just below!




Via 3000toys, we have stock images of two new 1:24 scale die-cast cars coming from Jada. The two new Bumblebees are based on the 70's Camaro and the 2006 concept model, both as seen in the first live action Transformers movie, and interestingly carry the Studio Series product branding identical to the current Hasbro Movie product line. The two cars are well detailed as would be expected of the growing range of Jada Transformers offerings, though Classic Bee's rust looks perhaps a bit too clean. The cars are stated to have an MSRP of $22.99 and 3000toys says they're due for arrival in May. Click through to see the photos!




The following the Blackout spotlight. The official Transformers page has posted a brand new Leaked from Cybertron feature. This time we've got a look at theGrimlock Leader Class Movie 4 evolution from design to production in just three easy steps... Ha, just kidding. We can all be sure there's more than meets the eye to working out the engineering of these toys before they get to store shelves. Check out the full look after the jump.




Just in via TF-Factory are new images of the TakaraTomy Transformers Studio Series figures. Get a look at the #10 Deluxe Class Autobot Jazz, #11 Deluxe Class Lockdown, #12 Voyager Class Decepticon Brawl and the #13 Voyager class Megatron out of the packaging and in both their robot and alternate modes in the gallery below.




Hasbro Official unleashes the "Leaked from Cybertron" update on none other than the much talked about, Leader Class Movie 1 Decepticon Blackout. They have given up several new image by way of the social networks that show the figure in his drawing board, prototype and final production phases. Read on to the a look a the preview for the Leader Class Movie 1 Decepticon Blackout figure below.




Thanks to Planet Iacon's group page. We have new looks at the TakaraTomy Studio series Optimus Prime and Starscream in the packages. Get a look at the Japanese editions of these figures now for the full preview of the Japanese editions, below.




Amazon has updates on a couple of upcoming products for us today. We've finally got good copies of the stock photography for Studio Series Voyager Wave 2, consisting of Megatron as he appeared in Revenge of The Fallen, and Brawl, who only appeared in the first movie. Notably it's our first look at the vehicle mode photo for Brawl, from which we can deduce that he may have an affinity for guns. And for both toys this is our first chance at these stock photos without Weibo-leaker watermarks attached - not to mention higher overall quality. Click through to take a look!




Artist Emiliano Santalucia has posted another piece of his Hasbro concept art to Facebook! Today, we get a look at Transformers: The Last Knight Allspark Tech Optimus Prime, and this one is kind of a tragedy. The original design work for the toy shows off a neat-looking, dynamic design for the figure that is far removed from the final version. Ah, budgetary restraints. Click through to see the comparison.




We've got some in hand photos of Studio Series Jazz from a Weibo post today. Jazz is part of Deluxe wave 2, shipping alongside a new Lockdown. We haven't seen a whole lot from this toy so far since it's still theoretically a little ways off, so these three new photos are shining a light on certain details of the overall design. It turns out Studio Series Jazz is pretty traditionally Jazz, in that it carries a large portion of the roof panels of the car mode on the back. While some may not look at that as ideal disposition of alt mode elements, the robot mode otherwise looks pretty good. You can check it out for yourself below.




On Weibo, NOTRAB has shared out a few photos of the wave 2 Studio Series Voyager Megatron. The figure represents Megatron based on his appearance in Revenge of The Fallen specifically. While that form is certainly not without representation, this newest take is definitely giving a good effort at impressing with the design. We only have a small number of photos from this batch, but they do a nice job showing some of the robot's flexibility and giving a look at the alt mode. You can find them all mirrored below.




Thanks to a Weibo poster, we have a series of images giving us an in-hand look at Studio Series Leader Class Grimlock. This Grimlock promises greater accuracy to the on screen design than the toys that preceded it, and if nothing else it certainly succeeds on that mark in absence of color! Along with some overview images, we've also got some direct side-by-side shots to show off how Grimlock's robot mode stacks up to various other toys. You can find all the images mirrored below.




Wholesaler NDA Toys has given us a first look at the official stock photo for Voyager Class Brawl from the second wave of the Studio Series lineup. This conveniently follows on from a leaked look at Megatron's stock photography, also from wave 2. Through this we have a nice look at the figure in its final color and production plastics, letting us know what to expect when this figure starts getting in the hands of collectors... well, sometime after April 20th, at least, as that was what we last knew as a street date for Studio Series. And it's not always out of the question to see a second product wave hit shortly after the first when a sale date is enforced! Click through to see the full size image.



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