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.
The end of the IDW Transformers universe as we know it proceeds in July, with the first two issues of the Unicron
miniseries takes us on a tour of Unicron's dinner buffet, while the double-dose of Optimus Prime
issues 21 and 22 carries on the story, Meanwhile, Lost Light
#21 and #22 move toward wrapping up the story More Than Meets The Eye
embarked on so long ago, and wrapping it up with something completely different, we've got the second issue of the Bumblebee Movie's prequel comic tie in with 60's spy action. And be warned before proceeding, there are spoilers present in the solicitations for this month's books! That, and cover previews can be found below.
Press of Atlantic City is reporting that comedic actor, Martin Short. Is doing "voiceovers" for the upcoming Transformers theatrical release, "Bumblebee The Movie". In a promotion for Steve Martain and Short's new musical comedy tour that has already happened, back in December 2017. But somehow, this tiny bit of news is just coming to light - If it is for real. These guys are comedians, so we're waiting till the official announcement, to be sure.
has disclosed new official packaged images of Cyberverse
Action Attacker Ultra and Ultimate-class figures! In the Ultra class we've got Bumblebee, Starscream, and Grimlock and Optimus Prime & Megatron for the Ultimate class. As the on-site name for each class indicates, the SRP for Ultras is $20 and Ultimates are $30. Keep reading to see the images and read the official description of each class!
Kabam has announced that Blaster will be joining Transformers: Forged To Fight,
the smartphone-based Transformers fighting game, at 10AM PDT (or 1PM EDT)! With a nice-looking model based on his Titans Return
Leader class figure, Blaster's powers are detailed on the F2F homepage. But we've mirrored the description for you below, so keep reading to see!
The Transformers Actor, Tyrese Gibson tells PEOPLE magazine, "little kids always ask him if he really has several giant Transformers robots at his Georgia mansion." The rumors end here as Tyreese himself gives up the tour of this lavish mansion. That now confirms, it is home to at least two massive Transformers Autobot statues of Bumblebee and Optimus Prime, with his very own poolside bungalow.
Dengeki hobby announces transformers quad barrel shotgun gift campaign starting April 21 at participating retailers you can receive one with any purchase of Takara tomy transformers products of 4000 yen or more. It is a limited quantity item. It is the gun that Optimus prime used in the last knight in the fight scene against bumblebee when prime was brainwashed.
Just up on the Imaginarium Art group page is a teaser images for their soon to be revealed G1 Bumblebee statue. Compared with his movie counterpart that has been less than meets the eyes, sans cowboy trash talking. Fans of the classic cartoons will be glad to see this little guy bought to life. See the full teaser image below.
European distributor of party supplies Amscan
has posted a listing with photo of a new foil party balloon the company is offering: "Evergreen" styled Bumblebee! The balloon measures 34"/86cm wide by 47"/1.19m tall and is sold wholesale from the distributor in packs of 5. Keep reading to see the photo!
The next evolution of robots in disguise is here with these Transformers Studio Series Premier Deluxe action figures. Inspired by the blockbuster movies, each transforming toy goes from Autobot or Decepticon to vehicle and back again, and they all include exceptional articulation and cool accessories! Ages 8 and up.
Entertainment Weekly talked to John Cena recently, mainly about his interest in coming on board The Fast And The Furious
franchise. However, as you do, the Transformers question came up, and John Cena certainly gave a statement about it. Cena is either very good at doing vague talk comments or isn't very good at it at all, and I really just can't tell. The only somewhat clear remark is about how the character he plays is of a type he hasn't done before, but that he felt confident about. You can find the quoted comment below and a link to the original article.
Coming in fresh off a post on a Baidu forum we have what might be our first look at the Movie Masterpiece for Bumblebee as he'll appear in Transformers: Bumblebee
later this year. A VW Beetle is seen as an uncolored testshot among an assortment of other Movie Masterpiece molds which may represent knockoffs of the genuine MPM toys. Some folks who've examined the photo have noted panel lines on the VW being placed differently than the G1 Bumblebee Masterpiece, making it unlikely to be a misleading grouping of items. No robot photos as yet, but we might be expecting that soon. Keep reading to see the picture!
Hot Soldiers has updated their social media channels with new images of a color test shot of their unofficial Hearst of Steel inspired Bumblebee figure. HS-14 (whose code name we don't know at the moment) turns in to a little yellow steam locomotive and comes equipped with a sledge hammer, because most good things come with sledge hammers! Plus on Facebook, Hot Soldiers posted a "catalog" image showing a colorized image of their yet-to-be-released Optimus Prime analogue. You can check out both toys below.
We probably shouldn't disclose this to you, but British company NDA-Toys
has posted the first images of the Bumblebee: The Movie
Tiny Turbo Changers! Continuing with the numbering of the series established with Transformers: The Last Knight,
this set of figures is labeled as wave 3. Photos of the display, packaging, and alternate modes were on the site, so click through to see them mirrored here!
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John Cena was recently interviewed about another movie he's starring in, but the interviewer didn't waste a chance to try to dig some Transformers info out of the actor, who's playing lead in Bumblebee
opposite Hailee Steinfeld. Cena's references to conversing with a tennis ball on a stick basically guarantee he's got some screen time interacting with one robot or another, and apart from that, he mostly just talks about what a good job Travis Knight did making the movie look like a Transformers movie but also look completely different from a Transformers movie. yeah, we're mildly confused too. But you can check out some excerpts and a link to the original article below.
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