“The Falling,” Part 4. Onyx Prime’s motivations are clear, and his scheme seems unstoppable. Heroes have fallen, and hope dwindles for the survivors. Cybertron’s last chance of salvation is in the hands of... well, that would be telling, wouldn’t it?
Today Quidd announced a partnership with Hasbro to launch officially-licensed Transformers digital stickers and trading cards for iOS and Android users of the Quidd app.
Optimus Prime, among many other favorites will be featured as both digital stickers and trading cards. Each digital good will have its own unique serial number. Digital goods will be available starting later this afternoon.
Imaginarium Art has posted a new image of their upcoming G1 Arcee statue to Facebook. The sculpt - whose appearance could probably be accomplished on a human woman with a skintight costume or even bodypaint - embraces some of the sculpt issues and deco issues RAC addressed in his review of Generations Arcee many years ago.
It's not specified which of their two sizes it'll be made in, but we'll likely find out more soon. Keep reading to see.
We've found out tonight that Walmart has a product listing up for the unexpected brand new Hasbro reissue of G1 Hot Rod. Rumored to be the exclusive retailer for this product at least in the United States, Walmart's listing includes high res stock photos of the package, which we've seen before, plus the robot and vehicle modes. Interestingly, it looks like the colors particularly on the pelvis sticker have been tweaked versus the G1 original, trading some of the deeper red for orange. Hot Rod is not available or priced so far, but you can keep reading to check out the photos!
UK Retailer Kapow Toys
has posted a listing for the G1 Reissue Hot Rod
that our site sponsor Robotkingdom
recently put up a preorder for. This listing is interesting on two points, which we'll get to after the jump!