Via Eddy Melendez on Talk Transformers, we have a first sighting to report of Power of The Primes Inferno! We don't have an exact location to relate, but it is being reported as a Target ...somewhere in California. Also unknown currently is if Grimlock was also found again, as the initial information indicated a reship of that mold as part of this assortment. Unfortunately, with Toys R Us on death's door and Walmart having apparently dropped the Generations Voyager pricepoint, it looks like finding this wave at all may be a significant challenge for many collectors. Click through to see the sighting photo.
Shared by Planet Iacon on Facebook, we have photos of three TakaraTomy-release Power of The Primes toys in package, showing us what Japanese collectors will be receiving and what those in the rest of the world importing from this release can look forward to. As we predicted some while back, the packaging is literally just the Hasbro Power of The Primes packaging with an extra sticker applied to give the product code and Japanese rendering of the name. Indeed, in the photo of Jazz's card, you can see the corner of the Hasbro logo beneath the name sticker. Keep reading to have a look...
So you never even saw Titans Return
Wave 5 or 6. And you missed out on your $50 Trypticon at Ollie's. And you're fully convinced that Power of the Primes
Wave 2 is an urban legend (despite owning 3 of the Deluxes and all the Legends) and that Wave 3 is simply a mass-hallucination. Have you considered... stopping? If not stopping outright, stopping seriously
collecting, and being emotionally invested in whether or not you get a given toy. RAC has, and he decided that stressing over his toy collection is a problem he no longer needs. Keep reading to see the factors that led him to this point.
We recently showed you some early in hand looks at the Titan Class Predaking set from GenmonTCracker's twitter account. As a followup, Genmon's Facebook page now contains many more "studio" style shots of the toys, both as individual Predacons and in the combined form of Predaking. The Predaking photos show the combiner looking very flexible, even doing - you guessed it - the Iron Man three-point-landing pose. And if you think the individual Predacons might be looking just a bit better ...well, that's probably just because the dark background helps the combiner thighs fade out of sight a bit. Check out all the photos in the gallery below.
Just in via Previews World, we have the latest on upcoming Transformers comics from IDW heading to shops and digital this August. The end of the universe proceeds in its own good time between issues 3 and 4 of the Unicron
miniseries, with its echoes felt in issue 23 of Optimus Prime
, all while Lost Light
tends to its own final affairs in its own issue 23. In the movie world, the third issue of the Bumblebee prequel story, plus a separate trade paperback featuring a Bumblebee of a completely different flavor! Cover previews and blurbs can all be found below...