In piece of good news, the TFWiki
has clarified that the Legion-esque Cyberverse
Scout-class figures do in fact have full alt-modes! As the promotional images only showed them in their Gerwalk-reminiscent "Action Attacker" configurations, it had been speculated that they would not fully transform. Luckily, that's not the case. Click through for the tweet.
We're capping this year's Toy Fair 2018 with the official images Transformers Cyberverse action figures shown at this years show. Get the full sized view of the stock product images for the Scout, Warrior, Ultra and Ulimate class figures in our handy to view gallery after the jump.
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Just before the start of Toy Fair, Gizmodo has the first official reveal of the toyline for the upcoming Transformers Cyberverse series. Broken down across Scout, Warrior, and Ultimate Classes at suggested price points from $8 to $30, we've got core characters from G1 represented in updated forms including of course Optimus, Bumblebee, Starscream, Megatron, as well as Shockwave and Grimlock. Each class has different special play features, and all are supposed to be designed with simple transformations. Click through to see the pictures now!
has posted a set of scans of Transformers Valentines to their Twitter account! Sporting eight lenticular designs which appear to be entirely made of permutations of the obscure quartet Optimus Prime, Starscream, Megatron, and Bumblebee, these Valentines for grade-school children are rendered using stock art for the new "Evergreen" designs which we theorize will be taking over the brand in the fall. Keep reading to see!