We still don't know when or how (c'mon, Toy Fair!) but it seems like it's happening: regular Weibo leaker tf-factory
has posted leaked artwork for Power of the Primes
Blast Off! It's a nice looking painting which, unsurprisingly, shows him off in his shuttle mode to emphasize the Unite Warriors
mold in use here. Also, we've got artwork for Studio Series
Optimus Prime and Starscream. Click through!
Takara has released 10 new figures into their Power of The Primes line. This wave features quite a few dinobots and fighter jets including Grimlock, Sludge, Starscream, and Dreadwing. Also included is a prime master of Alchemist Prime.
You may recall we recently brought you the retail stock images for Moonracer
. Tonight we have the remaining figures from the same Deluxe Wave 2 assortment, consisting of Blackwing, Rippersnapper, and the Dinobots Snarl and Sludge. Each features the typical three robot, alt mode, and package shots, but they give us our best looks so far at these yet-upcoming releases. Click through to see them all below!
Surprise! Or it would
have been if not for the tireless efforts of eternal Weibo leaker tf-factory,
who has posted Power of the Primes
package backs today. Included are Voyagers Elita-1, Inferno, and Hun-Gurr as well as Deluxe Moonracer. Also, a Deluxe Blast Off who is marked off presumably to permit more leaks later - which is just stupid, because what else would it be
but a US release of the Unite Warriors mold? Keep reading to see the images, which are potentially frustrating on a variety of levels.
So, you may have seen the stock images of Power of the Primes Moonracer
we posted last night.Thanks to Weibo user sometimes identified as "tf-factory"
we have images of the other four Deluxes in Wave 2! Besides Moonracer, Wave 2 will let you complete your Dinobot team (and combiner Volcanicus), 2-bot jet Dreadwing with the addition of Blackwing, and start on your Terrorcon collection with Rippersnapper! Keep reading to see.
Following on from the store inventory data reveal this morning, we're now able to bring you high-res retailer stock images of Power of The Primes Deluxe Moonracer. Coming to us from wave 2 of the Deluxes, Moonracer is the first use of the mold also expected to represent Firestar (under the name Novastar) as the sole new entry in Deluxe wave 4 much later in 2018. We can see the typical set of package, robot and vehicle here, though with the robot mode equipped with the combiner hand Prime Armor not all the details are visible to us. But these full size images are a great start to our look at this toy. Keep reading to see them all!
TFW2005 user Mr. Chaos
has posted a listing of UPCs for upcoming Power of the Primes
products from ToysRUs' computer! If you've followed the PotP leaks since July and August, the contents of Wave 2 and 3 aren't exactly a surprise - but this is pretty good confirmation of what's to come. Keep reading for more info!
Another leak has come out from the usual Weibo source, and it's a pretty substantial one. It's primarily made of art assets for Power of the Primes
packaging and instructions, so - while small - they represent the best looks we've yet gotten at largely unseen figures such as Voyager Elita-1, Deluxe Moonracer, and more. We also get illustrations of Jazz, Moonracer, and Rippersnapper as arms, and some in-package photos to top it all off. Keep reading for a full catalog of what's here!
From our same old Weibo leak source, we've got some new pieces of Power of The Primes art and package assets leaked. We have more views of Elita-1, showing the collector card front and back and giving a good look at (an interpretation of) her robot mode. Also seen is a partial image of Inferno's robot mode, plus an instruction image of Volcanicus showing the ability to attach surplus combiner hands to the combiner feet to extend the heel support. Keep reading to see all of the images!
It's that time again: New York Comic-Con is over, and so now it's time to go over what exactly we know about the figures in next year's Generations line, Power of the Primes
. At this point, it's quite a lot! Some blanks were filled in at NYCC, some leaks confirmed, and even a couple minor surprises as to the nature of the Deluxe and Voyager accessories. Keep reading to see it all!
Back in July after SDCC,
we published a quick... well, Prime
r on the upcoming Generations line Power of the Primes.
In the wake of HasCon 2017 we've got some more information, so it's time to go back through and lay it all out, class by class. Keep reading to see!
The Hascon Transformers VIP Dinner event is happening right now, and guest reporter Eric Crownover is in attendance and bringing us the inside info from the venue. The VIP dinner event consisted of a special panel with some of the actor guests, a dinner period, Hall of Fame inductee announcements, and a new product reveal segment, followed by IDW talking about the next big thing coming to the comics universe. The evening appears to be wrapping up with a Stan Bush performance. We've got reports and photos from the evening below, so click through to get all the details!
with more slides! In the single largest leak we've yet seen out of Weibo, the entire first four waves of Power of the Primes
have been leaked. We've got a Dinobot Combiner, the Terrorcons, a glimpse of the next Leader Optimus Prime, and much more! Keep reading for a list of what's here and why we're pretty sure it's all real!
Comic Book Resources has interviewed Mairghread Scott & Corin Howell about the post-Combiner Wars IDW universe, Windblade, the Combiner Hunters one-shot, and much more! Scott also talks about how she used the Combiner Wars setup as a way to introduce characters from all the other TF continuities into IDW's comics- something she's been wanting to do for a long time. Click through for excerpts from the interview and character designs for Moonracer & Knock Out by Corin Howell!
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Meet Knock Out and Moonracer, the delegates from Velocitron! Windblade wants - needs
an alliance on the nascent Council to thwart Starscream's dreams of empire. But there's only one way to make policy on Velocitron... Transformers: Windblade
#4 is written by Mairghread Scott with art by Corin Howell. Colors by Thomas Deer. Continue to the review!
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