Just in via TF-Factory are new images of the TakaraTomy Transformers Studio Series figures. Get a look at the #10 Deluxe Class Autobot Jazz, #11 Deluxe Class Lockdown, #12 Voyager Class Decepticon Brawl and the #13 Voyager class Megatron out of the packaging and in both their robot and alternate modes in the gallery below.
Hasbro Official unleashes the "Leaked from Cybertron" update on none other than the much talked about, Leader Class Movie 1 Decepticon Blackout. They have given up several new image by way of the social networks that show the figure in his drawing board, prototype and final production phases. Read on to the a look a the preview for the Leader Class Movie 1 Decepticon Blackout figure below.
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, we have word of a pair of store inventory listings for a new pair of Studio Series Voyagers. Another Optimus Prime - seemingly distinct from the Voyager currently available in Wave 1 - is on the way somewhere in the near future. And likely to be joining it is a brand new entry in the series, a Voyager class Bonecrusher. Rumors had circulated about the existence of Bonecrusher recently, and this seems to stand in support of their accuracy. No images as yet, but you can keep reading to see the transcribed inventory listings.
Thanks to Planet Iacon's group page. We have new looks at the TakaraTomy Studio series Optimus Prime and Starscream in the packages. Get a look at the Japanese editions of these figures now for the full preview of the Japanese editions, below.
The sale date for Studio Series toys looks to have fallen earlier than we thought - possibly 4/2 rather than 4/20 - and retailers are properly stocking the new assortments now. Latest on that score is Walmart, where I can personally report a sighting in the middle Tennessee area, west of Nashville. On hand were the full assortment of both wave 1 Deluxes and Voyagers. Leaders had not been stocked yet. Take note, though the photos below show the toys stocked in existing spaces, a quick price scan reveals Walmart is following along with the suggested retail prices, so about $20 for Deluxes and $30 for Voyagers - no undercutting like we saw with The Last Knight. Happy hunting, movie collectors!