After Toy Fair 2016 we've heard very little from Comicave and their Age of Extinction highly articulated statues. They now have, however, updated their website with more info and images for the Optimus Prime figure - check them our mirrored below!
50% die-cast metal
LED lighted eyes
Approx. figure height: 15 inches
For full product details: click here
This is a PRE-ORDER item.
Estimated release: August 2016
Kids Logic G1 Super Deformed figures - We've brought you images from various toy fairs and events, we brought you a full video review of Mecha Nations MN08 Devastator, we told you we'd bring you a gallery update too; so here we go!
Clicking on any of the images below will take you to the full galleries for both the MN08 combiner and the 3-inch Kids Nation Mini-Figures TF04 Constructicon team members Hook, Scrapper, Long Haul, Bonecrusher, Scavenger and Mixmaster. Take a browse, check out the video review again, embedded below, and prepare yourselves for devastation... and for the 4000th gallery on Seibertron.com! What do you think will be the big milestone figure..?
After Toy Fair 2016, we've heard not that much from Kids Logic, and their Mecha Nations Super Deformed action figures. However, we now have an exclusive first in-hand look at the MN-08 Devastator set, which includes electronics, visor switches, adorable angriness and overall greenness. Check out our video review below - and stay tuned for an update, featuring full gallery for both the combiner and the 3-inch Mini-Figures Constructicon team members Hook, Scrapper, Long Haul, Bonecrusher, Scavenger and Mixmaster.
The perks of returning to a country where Easter is fairly big on its chocolate eggs include coming across some Transformers: Robots in Disguise themed products too! Spotted by yours truly in the Florence area, Italy, the Kinder GranSorpresa Maxi for 2016 include two possible variations of Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Grimlock and Sideswipe - vehicle (plus dino) and robot - but no transformation, only minor articulation, and a few stickers. Some in-hand images of the Optimus robot are also mirrored below from Italian collector site Giocattoli Vecchi!
The final wrap-up post from the New York Toy Fair 2016 comes from the Loyal Subjects booth in the Javits Center, featuring not only the already well-known vinyl figures for the Transforemrs, but also a handful of other franchises, such as My Little Pony, G.I. Joe, Masters of the Universe, Power Rangers, and TMNT. The full gallery can be found here, or by clicking on any of the images below!
After the previous post directly from the floor of Toy Fair 2016, Seibertron.com is now also able to bring you a full gallery of the Kids Logic G1 Mecha Nations Devastator, in its tiny, superdeformed glory! Also included is a fuller look at the Comicave highly poseable Transformers figures, both of which were on display at the Bluefin booth in the Javits centre during the event. Click on any of the images below to view the gallery.
The next round-up of non-Hasbro stuff at Toy Fair 2016 sees some actually licensed Transformers products, including a repeat of the previously reported Sun-Stache eyewear. The full gallery, found here, features stationery, headwear, crafts and more. Check out a preview below, and click on any image for the full gallery!
We all know that Toy Fair, every year, also brings a number of licensed products to the floor - and below we have some images from company Sun-Stache, who produce themed eye-wear of the geekier kind. And that, for us of course, means Transformers. With some Age of Extinction and Generations packaging, there seems to be an Optimus, a Bumblebee and a generic Autobot logo version of these - check them out below!
Also on display at Toy Fair were a couple new collectible figures from Comicave Studios. These are 1/22 scale, highly poseable and feature Transformers Age of Extinction Optimus Prime and Bumblebee. The price on these guys have yet to be determined and there is no release info at this time. Stay tuned to Seibertron.com for all your Transformers news.
You'll recall our news story last night regarding the Transformers: Robots in Disguise Radz Candy Dispensers, and you might even recall when we initially reported on these way back in February during our Toy Fair coverage. These have actually been out at retail for quite awhile in two varieties of packaging. One method of purchasing these is to check your local Five Below store, where you'll find these on cards with a clear blister pack. The other is at your local Target store, in a point-of-purchase display that you may find either up near the trading cards or within the regular toy section.
Each comes in its own little baggie.
The back of each bag has a code followed by a letter. The letter is important if you want to know which one you're going to get inside - more on that later in this post.
Inside you'll be greeted by the bizarre terror and/or exciting fun of one of the dispensers themselves. Each also has a little clip on it for you to attach it to stuff and things.
Pull back the hair and it will shout obscenities at you! Well actually, it'll just dispense the candy at this point, which you load up by removing the hair, then pouring inside of the toy. I didn't do this, but I did eat some of the candy. It tasted like extremely generic candy. Sorry that's not more descriptive, but this isn't a site you can expect breakdowns of the subtle notes and food pairings to go with your sugar pellets. Kids will probably find this candy to meet expectations of generic packed in sugar stuff.
Each one of these does come with a little poster unique for each character.
Speaking of characters, the reverse of the poster (and the back of the bag) shows those available. But who could this "mystery" character be?
Finally, here's how to identify what character is in the blind-bag based on the letter that follows the numeric code on the back.
Disclaimer: These are my own findings based on one case and purchasing one bag of each letter designation out of the box. Your results may vary if this was somehow a strange fluke, though I doubt it based on the presumable case breakdown. Going by the one I used to gather this information, one each of the mystery character Fixit is in each case, with two each of Grimlock, Underbite, Steeljaw, Sideswipe, and Strongarm. This case seemed to yield a ton of Optimus Prime and Bumblebee figures in the case compared to the others (6 or 7 of each), which makes sense given other current Transformers brand marketing trends.
Hopefully this information helps some of you out there that stumble upon these and either want some fun merchandise of a favorite character, or maybe want to give a surprise stocking stuffer to a young member of your family. Just don't tell them you already knew what the surprise inside was from looking at Seibertron.com, gotta keep a little magic left in the holidays!
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