Planet Iacon has shared some in-hand images of the TakaraTomy Quad-Barrel Shotgun Japanese campaign exclusive. The "Quad-Barrel Shotgun" is a movie replica from "Transformer The Last Knight", a gun that Optimus Prime used while brainwashed in the violent fight scene against Bumblebee. Check out the exclusive weapon along with the poster and accompanying literature below.
So it's generally accepted that Transformers: The Last Knight
One-step Changers (known as Speed Change Transformers
in Japan) aren't the most impressive of figures. But, what about one that is made from the ground up by one person, entirely out of cardboard?
Thanks to DIY Japan
on YouTube, we can now answer this question: it is much, much cooler. Click through to see the video!
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.
Movie fans will be glad to know the hunt is on for Transformers Movie Tiny Trubo Changers Series 3 that have been spotted in Thailand. Thanks to images courtesy of Al Pa Pow from G+, we have a look at the Ironhide and Dinobot Slug toys out of the package. No word on if or when these will be landing here in the states, yet.
The results are in for the 38th Golden Raspberry Awards. Transformers: The Last Knight
carried nominations in several categories, surely to the surprise of no one who was actually paying attention. But despite all its charms, TLK was up against some tough competition, especially from the incredibly ill-conceived Emoji Movie. The results can either be seen as an affirmation of victory over anyone trying to highlight its flaws, or a crushing blow that it wasn't even bad enough
to win here, but The Last Knight
walked away without taking a single raspberry. If you're interested in the complete results, you can check out the video below.