The Prime 1 Studio folks have been busy showing off their wares at the Tokyo Comic Con these days, bringing out in force a lot of their statues from the various licences they hold - from Batman to TMNT, to The Witcher and G.I. Joe, and of course, Transformers! Mirrored below are images of the latter output, ranging from movieverse Shockwave, Ironhide, Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Ratchet, plus their recently seen Optimus Primal, and the re-imaginings of the Autobot and Decepticon leaders themselves. Check it all out!
Prime1 team would like to thank you all visitors and fans for spending your time visiting our booth at TCC 2016, held in Tokyo, Japan. It was our pleasure and honor of us to show to you all our new and current products.
We consider our participation in TCC 2016 to be our success and thanks to you the number of visitors exceeded all our expectations. You can still have the chance to visit us until Sunday, December 4, 2016.
If you have further inquiries or more information about our products, please feel free to message us at anytime. Enjoy!!
TransformersAsia's facebook page has presented us with an image of Masterpiece MP-34 Cheetor. He comes with a promotional Diecast Mini Figure of Optimus Primal for those who pre-order from select stores in Asia while supplies last. Unfortunately, this will not be available in Japan. What do you think of these new accessories? Join in the conversation in the Energon Pub!
Seibertronians, we have a very cool little piece of news for you. The Prop/Animation auction company Profiles in History has released the listings for their upcoming Animation-themed auction titled Animation And Disneyana, and the lots range from Tim Burton models to Disneyland employee costumes, and everything in between. Although those are some of the oddities of the line up, what the auction has plenty of is animation cells and other production artifacts from many classic examples of the genre, specifically from The Transformers original cartoon and Transformers: The Movie. These include a "Character Bible", with an original character model for every Transformer from the Sunbow cartoon, apparently packaged with a bio for each, listing strengths and weaknesses and characteristics. Other lots consist of colored cells of Metroplex and Trypticon battling, as well as scripts for the episodes "Rust in Peace" (or what would become "Cosmic Rust") "Grimlock's New Brain", "The Return of Optimus Prime", and, most importantly, the original script for the 1986 Transformers Movie. The Transformers lots actually come from the personal collection of G1 Production Coordinator Paul Davids!
There's too many amazing lots to list here, so take a look at some of the coolest of the cool below, but then check out the entire catalogue here!(Transformers begin on page 36) The auction takes place on the 9th of December, and you can bid online, so Mark your calendars!
Please tell us in the comments: Are you planning to bid? If so, on what lot? Did you end up winning? And, as always, stay tuned to Seibertron.com for all the latest Transformers news!
Fellow Seibertronian CdogCdog4 was able to acquire one of Comicave's Transformers: Age of Extinction collectable Optimus Prime highly articulated and accessorised figure - as we have covered before with promotional material - and shared a video review (plus a written one here) with us. Check it out below!
Fellow Seibertronian Sabrblade has pointed us in the direction of the latest Japanese Toys R Us exclusive figure, this time in the form of a redecoed minicon Lancelon! This latest figure, which is officially named Shining Lancelon, is a redeco of the Robots In Disguise Lancelon, a figure which appeared in a minicon 4-pack and an individual release. The figure can be obtained by spending 3000 yen or more on Transformers figures at a Japanese Toys R Us. There are a limited number of Shining Lancelons available, so if you are in Japan, head on out to Toys R Us and get yourself a Shining Lancelon!
The original source for the campaign can be found HERE
After the grey prototype seen at Wonderfest 2016, we have a full colour update from Prime 1 Studio about their PMTFBW-01 statue: Optimus Primal! Check out a whole load of images below, and head here for more.
"In the spark of an enemy, there will be salvation. And in the darkest hour, there will be a light."
Prime 1 Studio is proud to present PMTFBW-01: Optimus Primal from Beast Wars: Transformers. Optimus Primal is one of the most prominent and well-recognized Maximals in Transformers history. Young and untested, Optimus Primal was a mere captain of an exploration ship when he and his crew were diverted off-course to pursue a stolen Predacon ship under the leadership of Megatron. To Commemorate the 20th Anniversary of Beast Wars, we have crafted Optimus Primal with attention to details and true to the original design of the character. The base on which it stands features a defeated Waspinator among the jungle environment. The statue of Optimus is fitted with LED light-up eyes. The whole statue including the base stands at an impressive 25 inches tall. This is the ultimate Optimus Primal piece for all Beast Wars: Transformers fans.
-Size approximately 25 inches tall [(H):63cm (W):40cm (D):46cm]
-LED light up function on head
-One (1) Switchable Normal Head
-One (1) Switchable Angry Head
-One (1) Switchable Battle Mask Head
Artist Guido Guidi has let us know via his Facebook page that some new artwork that he has drawn up is now up for sale at Pyramid International! Guidi has called these works "Hasbro Transformers G1 Retro Posters" and they feature Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Megatron, Starscream, and Shockwave! You can find the new posters by clicking on the link above and you can check out these posters below! The actual posters will size either 40 x 40 cm, 60 x 80 cm, and 61 x 91.5 cm.
Sideshow Toys have updated their listing for the upcoming Prime 1 Studio Generation 1 Megatron with some new, up-close images. This Megatron is a new, stylized take on the character based on artwork from Josh Nizzi. He is due out middle of next year and has a cost of $969.00. You can check out all the new images below!
Seibertronians, you got $20,000+ currently burning a hole in your pocket? Well, we might have the buy for you. It turns out anotherunreleased G2 Stunticon prototype set has hit the ebays, with the bid currently sitting just over $1,000 USD at time of writing, although if the previous listings for the set are any indication, this combiner team can easily fetch 20 times that. That previous indication, of course, being when a different G2 Menasor prototype sold for over $26,000 USD. This will be one to watch, as this set is more complete than the former, so it could garner even higher numbers.
Did you bid? Did you win?! Let us know in the comments below!
Seibertronians, today we have some additional images of not only one of the most anticipated Combiners of the year, but one of the most anticipated figures of the year, Liokaiser! Thanks to Seibertronian TF-fan Kev777, we have up-close-and-personal looks at all of the figures included in this set, minicons and all. Check out the photos and tell us in the comments below: do these additional pictures change your mind on this classic Combiner team, now that it's starting to become more and more available? Is the price Tag for the set too high? Are there any design changes you would have made to maybe make the set more accurate? Please let us know!
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