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Cyberverse
Package Art Leak For Starscream, Grimlock, Bumblebee - Is this Cyberverse? Plus Fidget Its Optimus Prime Cube
RAC - Friday, September 01, 2017


The TFcn Facebook Page has posted four pieces of leaked packaging art to Facebook, and they're fascinating. We've got artwork for Starscream, Bumblebee, and Grimlock, as well as an image of an Optimus Prime from a new line of anthropomorphized fidget cubes named Fidget Its. This raises a bunch of new questions, and we'll tell you what we know and how this has caused us to reconsider the possibility that Cyberverse is what everybody thought it was. Keep reading for more info!
It seems unlikely that these pieces of packaging are intended for use with Power of the Primes. Starscream - identified as a Voyager in the initial post - could be a matter of artistic license. But that Grimlock does not seem to match the details - vague though they were - on the major Power of the Primes leak briefly circulated just after SDCC. And due to those leaks, we have a pretty solid idea of what's coming out in the next year, but there is no Bumblebee in the line. So odds seem very high that this is related to Cyberverse

To further complicate things, this Bumblebee does indeed match the art used in the My Busy Book Transformers set people have been pointing to. Furthermore, about a week ago TFW2005 reported on a second mass-market item using the "My Busy Book" Bumblebee art. The artwork shown for Starscream, which we've included in this post's gallery, is very similar to the leaked Starscream package art.

So: were we wrong, and is this Cyberverse We freely admit that, given all this new evidence, it is a strong possibility? But if so, why does none of the early-release merchandise say "Cyberverse" on it? Well, now we have a new hypothesis...

Cyberverse is rumored to be Generation One Redux, a straight-up reboot of the original series. If that's the case, what if this represents an attempt to reunify the brand? Better coordinate the characters in the kids and adults lines, and make Transformers less confusing on the shelf? If that's the case, it seems entirely possible that in stores the kids-oriented line will not be known as Cyberverse but simply as Transformers.

That would be the best explanation for why none of the products have any mention of that name on them. If so, that'd leave Cyberverse as the name of the TV show simply to give licensors (and streaming TV patrons, and Wiki operators...) a simple way to tell it apart from the 1984 cartoon.

This is all, of course, speculation. But the new information all seems to support the idea that it's related to Cyberverse, the next animated series. Luckily, we have only a week between us and HasCon where we'll likely find out for sure!



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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.
We look forward to unveiling the latest innovative play experiences from brands like TRANSFORMERS, MY LITTLE PONY, NERF, PLAY-DOH, MONOPOLY, MARVEL, STAR WARS, and HASBRO GAMING to provide our audiences with more ways to experience our brands than ever before.
The official Facebook page has posted their own reveal of the new Transformers Cyberverse toys. The new images are more formally presented composites of the images we saw previously along with reveals for Warrior Class Bumblebee, Warrior Class Optimus Prime, and Ultra Class Starscream. Additionally, we have look at the Grimlock, Starscream, and Megatron scout class toys. Hasbro have paired up shots of both the characters' molds along with their name, class and fancy background for more zing! Read on to see the whole collection of official Transformers Cyberverse character images.
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!












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