WhatNot Toys announce that they have acquired the U.S. rights the Herocross line of Transformers Super Deformed action figures. Their new series of movie figures is said to bring a completely new dimension to the incredibly popular Transformer franchise that they hope will resonate with the huge Transformer fan base in the U.S.
Their first wave is shown to include Transformers Last Knight characters Optimus Prime, Megatron, Hound, Bumblebee, Hotrod and Autobot Squeeks. Read on to see them all in the gallery below.
Move toy fans will be glad to know WhatNot Toys is rolling out their own line of Super Deformed Transformers toys, in addition to GI Joe, My Little Pony and others. The promotion on there site shows an The Last Night styled Optimus Prime and Megatron figures that look highly detailed and nicely painted. We'll likely find out about the whole line at Toy Fair later this week.
Hollywood wants to love the the fans, they really really do. But they don't seem to know how when they keep putting too many humans in robot movies. Five movies on, they have literally run this franchise over a cliff. Knights, Unicron horns and even Cogman couldn't save them, It made $500 Million, but raked in a lot the slag with it. The legendary fan force that is Screen Junkies. Takes aim at TLK with their barrel fusion-cannons. Leaving a steaming pile of bashes, laughing all the way.
In what's appearing to be a popular move for third party companies, DX9 and Uniquetoys have announced a new figure based on Transformers: The Last Knight
's Hot Rod! The co-production features diecast metal parts and two accessory weapons, and preorders will also receive a "Heroine" figure - Viviane Wembly with the Staff of Merlin - along with a pair of energy effects for the guns. Keep reading to see photos!
In a presentation video likening the subjects of its nominations to toxic waste, the Razzies, AKA the Golden Raspberry Awards
, have announced their nominations for the worst of 2017. As you might expect, Transformers: The Last Knight
indeed has been nominated, tying Age of Extinction
with nine nominations. That's the record for the franchise! Keep reading for specifics on the nominations along with an announcement video for the three top categories.