Multibrink of Brazil are rolling out a whole new line of Transformers Robots In Disguise toys. I mean that literally, with all new molds and vehicles that we have never seen before.
Don't get too excited, as these non-Transforming toys are not even Transformers. With licensing in hand, they've re-purposed all sorts of pre-made cars, trucks and plane toy molds. Plastering them with Transformers characters and logos, that make them official, but a good bit less than meets the eyes.
Still, there's someone out there who collects these fauxformers that we have seen before. Such as the Micron Densetsu cars from Kabaya
, among other companies.
Easter Bunnies in Europe will have some heavy lifting to do delivering the 2018 edition Transformers Easter Eggs from Sorpresovo. The colorful plastic eggs are filled with robots in surprise, including three blind packed action figures from the One Step Changers, Titan Guardians and Last Knight Legion series for around $40 USD. Read on to get a look at the package toy and sample images below.
From chuckdawg1999 on the forums, we have a new video showing one of the final two Crash Combiner sets from Robots in Disguise, featuring Bisk and Saberhorn. This, and the Optimus/Grimlock combiner pair seem to be the final toys for the RID line. The assortment has evidently started to be available in some capacity in the US, following a release in some of Hasbro Asia's territories a bit earlier. We have Chuck's video embedded below, so click through to take a look and see what the new combiner set is all about!
has posted listings with images for what are most likely the last two Crash Combiner sets! Primelock
(a combination of Optimus Prime & Grimlock) and Saberclaw
(Saberhorn & Bisk) are listed as being available in April 2018 - which is a date connected with a lot of Transformers listings of late. It's tough to say if these will ever show up at US domestic retail, but keep reading to see the images.
Robots in Disguise the TV show is over - the toyline isn't to be far behind, either - and it looks like as a closing bow, we're to be treated to some reveals of design and art assets from the development of the series. Artist Walter Gatus has posted quite a bit in his personal portfolio, featuring some early designs, and things going all the way through season 2 and the abbreviated "season 3" featuring Starscream. Fans of the show should find this an enjoyable experience to browse through, as there's lots of interesting stuff to be seen. Check it out mirrored below!