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Transformers Club Christmas Sale

Transformers News: Transformers Club Christmas Sale
Date: Wednesday, December 7th 2016 4:38am CST
Categories: Toy News, Collector's Club News
Posted by: Dr Va'al | Credit(s): TFCC

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As the end of their licence-holding comes to a close, the Transformers Collectors' Club has posted about their Christmas sale via board envoy TF_JW, featuring items from the store such as BotCon exclusives, membership incentives, subscription figures and more. Check it all out here!

Hello Club -

I hope all of you have a joyous Holiday Season and Merry Christmas! Our Christmas Sale is starting today! If you would like delivery before Christmas, you need to order by the 13th.

Many quantities are limited and when they are gone that's it.

The sale will run through the end of the month so that you can spend your Christmas cash on your favorite Transformers item! Check it out today!

Merry Christmas!

Brian

New Galleries: Club Subscription 4.0 Impactor and Bluestreak

Transformers News: New Galleries: Club Subscription 4.0 Impactor and Bluestreak
Date: Monday, November 21st 2016 10:54pm CST
Categories: Site News, Toy News, Collector's Club News
Posted by: D-Maximus_Prime

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With the Club Subscription Service slowly drawing to a close, we bring to you tonight our latest galleries, that of the Club Subscription 4.0 Impactor and Bluestreak!

Impactor is a retool of Combiner Wars Rook with a fresh new headsculpt that captures the shear determination in the Wrecker Commander's face. He is the second official Impactor toy, behind only his Fall of Cybertron counterpart - who was also part of a combiner - and is the club's sixth subscription figure.

Bluestreak is a repaint of Combiner Wars Prowl and Smokescreen, and this is his first time as being a combiner limb. This Bluestreak also uses the rarely seen "blue" Bluestreak paint job, and he fits right in with the Wreckers as well, considering his personality is that of a sniper. He is the club bonus figure for the 4.0 service.

Check out the preview of the galleries below, and you can go to the full galleries by clicking any one of the images below!

Subscription Service Impactor (158 images) - Combiners, Deluxe Class, Subscription Service

Transformers News: New Galleries: Club Subscription 4.0 Impactor and Bluestreak

Transformers News: New Galleries: Club Subscription 4.0 Impactor and Bluestreak

Transformers News: New Galleries: Club Subscription 4.0 Impactor and Bluestreak

Transformers News: New Galleries: Club Subscription 4.0 Impactor and Bluestreak

Transformers News: New Galleries: Club Subscription 4.0 Impactor and Bluestreak


Subscription Service Bluestreak (109 images) - Deluxe Class

Transformers News: New Galleries: Club Subscription 4.0 Impactor and Bluestreak

Transformers News: New Galleries: Club Subscription 4.0 Impactor and Bluestreak

Transformers News: New Galleries: Club Subscription 4.0 Impactor and Bluestreak

Transformers News: New Galleries: Club Subscription 4.0 Impactor and Bluestreak

Transformers Collectors' Club Pre-Black Friday and Door Buster Sale

Transformers News: Transformers Collectors' Club Pre-Black Friday and Door Buster Sale
Date: Saturday, November 19th 2016 1:26pm CST
Categories: Toy News, Collector's Club News
Posted by: Dr Va'al | Credit(s): TFCC

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We received a couple of notifications from fellow Seibertronians, including voice actor Jon Bailey and user Sabrblade, about the soon to be disbanded Transformers Collectors' Club and their pre-Black Friday sale, including figures left in their store from their years of activity (BotCon 2016 too). If you're still looking for some of those, this may be the right time to purchase! Head over here to browse the sale.

Hello Transformers Collectors' Club Members,

In order to help you not feel so pressed for everything after Thanksgiving, we are starting our Black Friday Sale this Friday at approximately 10am Central Time. There will be some great items on sale AND some DOOR BUSTER pricing on a number of items with LIMITED QUANTITIES at that low price. Make sure you check it out THIS Friday at the club store!

Brian


Transformers News: Transformers Collectors' Club Pre-Black Friday and Door Buster Sale

Transformers Collector's Club Update with Final Club Pre-Orders

Transformers News: Transformers Collector's Club Update with Final Club Pre-Orders
Date: Wednesday, October 12th 2016 12:06am CDT
Category: Collector's Club News
Posted by: D-Maximus_Prime | Credit(s): Transformers Collector's Club

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Thanks to the Transformers Collector's Club via several different email sources, we have an update on the final figures that the Club will be producing. Among the news given to us were the final Pre-orders, which consist of the G.I. Joe Club/Transformers Club Crossover Exclusive 5 pack(Scarlett Ninja Force, Dr. Sidney Biggles-Jones, Cobra Commander, Megatron, Ratbat), the 2016 G.I. JOE CLUB/Transformers Club Crossover Only Human ARCEE Figure, and the 2016 G.I. JOE CLUB/Transformers Club Crossover Only Human RODIMUS PRIME Figure. Also included was mention that Figure Subscription Service 5.0 will be shipping late in the year, manufacturing issues included, and the figures will be arriving in groups of 2 now. You can see the whole email update below.

Hello members,

As we get closer to the end of the club we have a couple of updates on our final TF related products. You can now pre-order the:

(PRE-ORDER) 2016 G.I. Joe Club/Transformers Club Crossover Exclusive 5 pack(Scarlett Ninja Force, Dr. Sidney Biggles-Jones, Cobra Commander, Megatron, Ratbat) 1 set $129 +shipping (PLEASE DO NOT ADD ANY IN-STOCK ITEMS TO THIS PRE-ORDER)

(PRE-ORDER) 2016 G.I. JOE CLUB/Transformers Club Crossover Only Human ARCEE Figure (1 pc) $29+shipping (PLEASE DO NOT ADD ANY IN-STOCK ITEMS TO THIS PRE-ORDER)

(PRE-ORDER) 2016 G.I. JOE CLUB/Transformers Club Crossover Only Human RODIMUS PRIME Figure (1 pc) $29 +shipping (PLEASE DO NOT ADD ANY IN-STOCK ITEMS TO THIS PRE-ORDER)

These items will ship to you just before Christmas if the current schedule holds. As with the FSS 5.0 order policy, any member or former member back to about mid 2012 that is in the current online system can log in and pre-order these items. Remember that the quantities are being split between the two clubs.

As for the
Transformers News: Transformers Collector's Club Update with Final Club Pre-Orders
due to delays at the manufacturer, these should arrive in time to ship around the end of the year. However, there has been a change in the process. These figures will be packed into only three shipments, 2 figures, 2 figures and the final 2 figures with the bonus figure.

This means that there will be an installment payment due in January and one in February. The billing dates will not be set until we know the shipment is on it's way here.

Thanks for your continued support!

Brian

TFCC Magazine to feature a new Transformers: Animated comic and information on cancelled Season 4

Transformers News: TFCC Magazine to feature a new Transformers: Animated comic and information on cancelled Season 4
Date: Tuesday, October 11th 2016 8:40pm CDT
Categories: Cartoon News, Comic Book News, Collector's Club News, Book News
Posted by: Kurona

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Fellow Seibertronians, we have some extremely exciting news for Animated fans tonight! In very early anticipation of the tenth anniversary of Transformers Animated next year, the upcoming October/November issue of the Transformers Collectors' Club magazine is set to feature the unfortunately cancelled Season 4 in it's limelight! This feature includes a look at Character Concepts and Plot-lines that would have happened in Season 4, but most excitedly of all, the issue will feature a brand new Transformers Animated comic written by Derrick J. Wyatt - who was the art director, lead character designer, and a color stylist on the cartoon - and with art by Josh Perez, whose recent work includes IDW's Robots in Disguise/Transformers and Dark Cybertron. This news comes directly from board user TF_JW of TFCC, whose post can be seen below! Join us in the Energon Pub Forums to tell us what you think!


TF_JW wrote:The TCC is celebrating the tenth anniversary of Transformers Animated a little early with an issue dedicated to the series. Including a look at some of the conceptualized characters and plot lines that would have been in Season 4. Also a new Transformers Animated comic strip written by Derrick J. Wyatt with art by Josh Perez.

TFSS 5.0 'Foundation and Wreckage Part 2: Lively Pursuit' Prose Story Now Online

Transformers News: TFSS 5.0 'Foundation and Wreckage Part 2: Lively Pursuit' Prose Story Now Online
Date: Monday, October 10th 2016 10:31am CDT
Categories: Digital Media News, Collector's Club News
Posted by: D-Maximus_Prime | Credit(s): TFCC

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We now have the latest prose story from the Transformers Collectors' Club, featuring a new Survivor, the Wreckers of this very interesting universe, their combined form of Wreckage (sorry, no Fall of Cybertron Ruination here; not even a Rotorstorm), and new cover art done by AK Cyrway and Erika L. Galan! You can check out the new story HERE or below.

Nexus Knight wrote:Next TCC story up! "Lively Pursuit" featuring the new Bluestreak figure- synopsis and link as follows: Wreckage gets a second lease on life after Impactor discovers an unexpected survivor.

http://www.transformersclub.com/prose/bluestreak.pdf

Transformers News: TFSS 5.0 'Foundation and Wreckage Part 2: Lively Pursuit' Prose Story Now Online

New Galleries: BotCon 2016 Exclusives Reflector and Flash Sentry

Transformers News: New Galleries: BotCon 2016 Exclusives Reflector and Flash Sentry
Date: Wednesday, September 28th 2016 5:44pm CDT
Categories: Site News, Toy News, Event News, Collector's Club News
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Seibertron.com is proud to bring to you today our latest gallery, that of Botcon 2016 Exclusives Reflector and Flash Sentry!

Reflector and Flash Sentry are both retools of the Combiner War Shockwave with new heads. Reflector utilizes Shockwave's arms and the way they tab to force 3 of his toys to come together and form his camera mode. Cameras this size will probably only be able to be handled by titan class transformers, and have a high probability of shooting you instead of capturing your image for picture frames. This is also the first modern toy of Reflector that takes into account his 3 different components to make his camera mode, unlike his Thrilling 30 toy (which turns into a gun, so both will probably shoot you). He was available to Transformers Collectors Club members as well as those who attended Botcon 2016.

Flash Sentry is a repaint of the Reflector mold, transforming into a gun that can be held by any of the Combiner Wars figures. He can also use the Shockwave arms to plug into Reflector and help form a camera, or if you somehow had 3 of him he could make his own translucent camera mode. Flash Sentry was only available to Golden Ticket Attendees. He is a member of the Photons, a subgroup of Decepticons led by Reflector.

You can check out the full Seibertron.com gallery by clicking on any of the images below, and you can let us know what you think of them in the comment section below!

BotCon Exclusives Reflector (121 images) - Legends Class

Transformers News: Botcon 2016 Galleries

Transformers News: Botcon 2016 Galleries

Transformers News: Botcon 2016 Galleries

Transformers News: Botcon 2016 Galleries


BotCon Exclusives Flash Sentry (77 images) - Legends Class

Transformers News: Botcon 2016 Galleries

Transformers News: Botcon 2016 Galleries

Transformers News: Botcon 2016 Galleries

Transformers News: Botcon 2016 Galleries

Transformers Collectors' Club Prose Story "Life Finds a Way" Concept Art and Character Bios

Transformers News: Transformers Collectors' Club Prose Story "Life Finds a Way" Concept Art and Character Bios
Date: Monday, September 12th 2016 10:56pm CDT
Category: Collector's Club News
Posted by: LOST Cybertronian | Credit(s): Matt Frank

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Matt Frank, whose art can be seen in much of the Transformers Collectors' Club fiction this year, offers us a look at the concept art and character bios for the Raptoricons featured in the TFCC prose story "Life Finds a Way." The characters featured in the art include Gnash, Shred, Slice and Thrashclaw.

First up are the character concept sketches.

Transformers News: Transformers Collectors' Club Prose Story "Life Finds a Way" Concept Art and Character Bios

Transformers News: Transformers Collectors' Club Prose Story "Life Finds a Way" Concept Art and Character Bios

Transformers News: Transformers Collectors' Club Prose Story "Life Finds a Way" Concept Art and Character Bios

Next we see the character art.

Transformers News: Transformers Collectors' Club Prose Story "Life Finds a Way" Concept Art and Character Bios

Transformers News: Transformers Collectors' Club Prose Story "Life Finds a Way" Concept Art and Character Bios

Transformers News: Transformers Collectors' Club Prose Story "Life Finds a Way" Concept Art and Character Bios

Transformers News: Transformers Collectors' Club Prose Story "Life Finds a Way" Concept Art and Character Bios

Transformers News: Transformers Collectors' Club Prose Story "Life Finds a Way" Concept Art and Character Bios

Transformers News: Transformers Collectors' Club Prose Story "Life Finds a Way" Concept Art and Character Bios


Transformers News: Transformers Collectors' Club Prose Story "Life Finds a Way" Concept Art and Character Bios

Transformers News: Transformers Collectors' Club Prose Story "Life Finds a Way" Concept Art and Character Bios

Finally we have the character bios.

Thrashclaw -

“Raptoricons! Fossilize!”

The leader of the Pride, "Thrash" is bold and brave, qualities befitting an "alpha" of her little pack. She finds that leadership comes naturally, despite her somewhat flippant attitude. She fights through foes with wanton viciousness, but with skill and clarity that gives her enemies considerable pause.
Having fought in guerilla campaigns and worked for dekacycles as a Decepticon assassin, Thrashclaw is largely unconcerned with the causes taken up by her official designation. She was clearly forged for combat, but she is neither cold nor cruel to her enemies. Instead, she simply revels in battle, and prefers strong opponents to easy prey. Most of her Decepticon commanders rarely took issue with her often non-'con attitude, since she so often got the job done with flying colors.
Only after she and her longtime partner, Slice, met the upbeat Shred and eventually the powerful-yet-vulnerable Gnash did she declare their group to be disassociated directly with the Decepticons. After discovering the techno-organic conversion machines on the primitive planet of Chixulania, Thrash and her Pride of Raptoricons had declared themselves self-appointed guardians of the planet...despite their near-constant clashes with the native insects known as Vespoids.

Thrash seems to almost take pride in her ability to make everything seem easy. However, it may all be a carefully constructed facade; she feels as though she has been tasked with greatness, and seeks to live up to a standard that she is unsure that she can meet. Nevertheless, she strides before her sisters mightily, and roars her battle cry so that both friend and foe will not soon forget her strength.

Abilities/Weapons:
Thrashclaw took to her beast mode amazingly well, and quickly adapted to being capable of dismantling a fellow Cybertronian in mere moments with her slashing jaws and shredding claws. Her bite pressure can crush Destronium armor and her sickle-shaped killing claws can eviscerate a spark with frightening efficiency.

But beneath the skin lurks a robot within! Brandishing a Tail-Whip reinforced with incredibly durable mechano-tendons, she can pulverize her foes with her impressive agility and strength. If her Destronium-tipped stilettos and pair of Mini-Gattling-Blasters can't turn her enemies inside-out, then her mighty Veloci-Missile will blast them to the Pit and back!

Weaknesses: Thrashclaw appears, on the surface, to have no weaknesses. Despite a relatively light armor rating, she is a near-perfect mix of strength and speed. Yet her cavalier attitude and “make it up as you go” strategy have gotten her in over her head in the past. She also lacks technical knowledge, and relies on those around her a bit too much to fill in the gaps necessary to keep the team running. She almost takes her teammates' competence for granted this way.

Slice -
“When darkness meets my blade, death is their beautiful child.”

Thrashclaw's oldest companion, Slice is one of those strong, silent types...that also happens to be a killer of the highest order. She joined Thrash early on when witnessing her newfound sister, becoming all but smitten by the blue-yellow-whirlwind on the battlefield.
Slice accompanied Thrash on many, many missions, the two becoming a nearly unstoppable duo. While Thrash handled the “heavy lifting” and most of the brute force, Slice prefers finesse and a quick, clean job. Naturally, when dealing with commanders and clients, Thrashclaw does most of the talking. Slice loses patience quickly with just about everyone she meets, and has come to the point of outright assuming that every new person she meets will inevitably prove useless. The only 'Con she respects is Thrashclaw, with few exceptions. She had no use for the bickering and squabbling that infested the ranks of Decepticon commanders, and was the first to agree with Thrashclaw's decision to separate into their own tiny faction.
Surprisingly, Slice has a great amount of fondness for Shred, that she would never admit out-loud, of course. While maintaining her annoyed countenance when first meeting Shred, Slice actually found it refreshing to speak to an Autobot face-to-face, rather than rifle-to-skull. If harm came to Shred, Slice's vengeance would be just as quick, if not quicker, than if Thrashclaw were in the firing line.
Many assume that Slice's cold and mostly mute persuasion is a side-effect, perhaps even a catalyzing agent, of her assassination capabilities. Truth be told, she has a surprisingly gentle spark and is even an accomplished poet, writing under the pen name "The Sickle of Solas."

Abilities/Weapons:
Slice chose a black-coated raptor beast mode to allow her to meld into the shadows of the jungle all but invisibly. She is a deadly stalker of the night, pouncing on prey and removing parts that one would be forgiven for deeming “very very important.” She takes no joy in sadism, though – she prefers the quick-kill, and her speed is unmatched by the other Raptoricons.

But nature lies, she's a robot in disguise! Slice is the tallest and perhaps most imposing of the Pride, and is an expert at Metallikato. Slice keeps a pair of blades handy for her more...intimate capabilities, but her real skill is with her Plasma Bolt Rifle, which is linked directly to her optic sensors. In a pinch, the PBR can be utilized effortlessly as a blunt-force-trauma-delivery-system.

Weaknesses: Slice may not revel in sadism, but she does have strong emotions associated with the moment of the kill. She believes that there is some higher spirituality to be found in the quickest moment of death between hunter and hunted, and this could potentially prove a distraction and hamper her judgment in the field. Thrash is concerned that she would kill simply because she finds a particular target appealing, which itself tells of powerful emotional imbalance. Slice is also blindly loyal to Thrash and will go along even with her most devil-may-care plans. Despite the strength of her PBR in battle, the rifle takes a long time to recharge and is nearly useless as an assault weapon, meaning Slice's weapon choices are limited.


Shred -
“I still can't believe I get away with this stuff!”

To call Shred the "fangirl turned professional" is...actually quite appropriate. She became enraptured with underground (and illegal) message boards and chat-spheres that documented off-grid warrior activity. She even began downloading battle programs and started training in her off time from operating a gift shop in Iacon. Not that she minded selling historical Matrix replicas and special alt-mode bundle packs, but there was something scratching at the back of her brain case...something feral and cloying and ready to join something bigger, even if it was a group of assassins.
When she finally met the Raptoricons, having tracked them down herself, Thrashclaw and Slice weren't exactly thrilled. Eventually they knew two things: one, they were getting sloppy, and two, this little bird must be resourceful either way to find their ship (The Velocity). Sighing with defeat, Thrash eventually let Shred worm her way into their team, and even into their sparks.
The other Raptoricons had little concern over Shred's “allegiance,” since she so eagerly threw herself into becoming part of the team. Shred herself barely cared for the Autobot/Decepticon divide, feeling that the Raptoricons were the only ones who understood her.
Upon creating their new beast modes, Shred was actually the one who coined the name of the team, using old alien records that designated some of the species found on Chixulania.
Shred was the most immediately accepting of Gnash, taking pity on the creature that they had found. Her natural ability to make friends is something that Slice secretly envies.
Over the cycles, Shred has become an invaluable part of the team, bringing both newfound skill, and levity, to the Raptoricons' exploits.

Abilities/Weapons:
Shred's beast mode is hardly intimidating, being little more than a squawking ball of white feathers and snapping teeth. However, her compacted frame makes her the best jumper, and her small stature makes her the most quickly underestimated. Enemies are shocked and taken aback by the fierce flurry of feathers and talons that meet them head-on. Shred's eyes in beast mode can also see amazingly well at night, even better than Slice.

In her somewhat diminutive robot-mode, Shred sports a twin-edged blade, given to her by Slice. She is getting better at using it each megacycle. She also comes carrying a one-handed Energo-Pistol, which she is also getting very accustomed to.

Weaknesses:
Shred's inexperience and overly-enthusiastic nature are a clear liability in battle, and despite her best efforts, sometimes she just can't help herself, and puts the Pride in danger through her ignorance. In addition, once her foes survive her initial surprise-attack, her small size can become a potential hinderance. Nevertheless, she has dedicated herself to self-improvement, so there's something to be said for that.

Gnash -
“Gnash crush! Gnash smash! Then Gnash maybe nap!”

Found in a dank, miserable lab in an alien facility on a world of primitive organics, Gnash was pulled from a broken stasis pod, half-formed and badly in need of energon. Thrash's Pride had arrived on assignment to investigate the planet, and what they found was smashed and torn apart. Something terrible had happened. Thinking Gnash was a survivor, they rescued her, only to find that she was without memory and even a large portion of basic programming.
Thrashclaw became concerned when it appeared that the Decepticon command was looking for whatever made Gnash special, and Gnash herself proved unstable and was practically bursting with excess energy. Thrash briefly considered putting Gnash into permanent stasis lock, but Shred and even Slice immediately disagreed, feeling sympathy for the hurting Cybertronian. Thrash, shrugging, simply said "Fine. You can keep her."
Over the cycles, Gnash had become amazingly in-tune with her home on Chixulania. She is perfectly in-tune with her beast mode and prefers it to her shaky and painful robot mode. The others keep her occupied and work with her every day to keep her happy, productive, and healthy.
Through the help of Shred particularly, Gnash has been able to become a fully fledged member of the Pride. When unleashed in battle, Gnash is a force to be reckoned with, but the others have to keep an eye on her, lest she may even turn on her sisters. Thankfully there are measures in place to calm her down, and all three of her fellow Raptoricons are brutally protective of her, despite any danger she may present.
To date, Gnash knows nothing of her past. Her memory banks are too badly damaged, and none of the others in the Pride possess the technical know-how to try and repair her. So they all do what they can, managing her and protecting her, and she feels a great amount of kinship with her newfound family.

Abilities/Weapons:
In beast mode, Gnash is strong and brutal, hammering her way through lines of foes like a clawed battering-ram. She can roar so loudly that it can shatter rock, and a crack of her tail can send a combatant's head flying. Despite her exposed Cybertronian exo-structure, she is the most durable of the four.
Her unstable robot mode, however, is even more impressive. She can tear enemies in two, and fights almost entirely with her bare claws. Yet the mysterious green energy that envelops her is where her true strength can be found. She can manipulate this power into her physical strikes to make them much more explosively devastating.
The most amazing of her powers is the Emerald Roar from her distended maw. In robot mode, the unfettered energy pulsing within her can be concentrated and fired from her mouth, and it can cleave an armored war-bot into molten pieces.
Shred thinks that Gnash could take on a Combiner single-clawed, but Thrash doesn't want to test the theory just yet.

Weaknesses: Gnash's emotional instability and damaged logic circuits means that she needs her sisters around almost constantly to keep her on-point and out of danger. Her rage can (and has) harmed her sisters in the past, much to even Gnash's own horror. She has trouble communicating, but has been getting more coherent in recent cycles. The most troubling is her energy output; Gnash can only stay in robot mode for an extremely limited time before shorting out, even faster than her sisters. The other three still don't know what is causing her blackouts, and if she uses her Emerald Roar, it runs the risk of putting her out of combat for a mega-cycle.

Unused Designs for Transformers Club Beast Wars Uprising Figures Revealed at TF Nation

Transformers News: Unused Designs for Transformers Club Beast Wars Uprising Figures Revealed at TF Nation
Date: Monday, August 22nd 2016 1:54pm CDT
Categories: Toy News, Collector's Club News
Posted by: william-james88 | Credit(s): william-james88

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One of the most interesting parts of last week-end's TF Nation, was their Beast Wars panel since it had a slide show which showed concept images for Beast Wars Uprising figures. These would have been from the Transformers Colelctors Club, and redecos of pre-existing molds representing characters from thir Beast Wars Uprising fiction.

Below you can see:

Beast Wars Galvatron using the Beast Hunters Optimus Prime mold
Beast Machines Rattrap using the Prime Rumble mold
Beast Wars Dinobot usig the Generations Springer mold
Beast Wars Blackarachnia using Generations Chromia mold

All of these projects, which will never be released, can be found below, enjoy!

Transformers News: Unused Designs for Transformers Club Beast Wars Uprising Figures Revealed at TF Nation

Transformers News: Unused Designs for Transformers Club Beast Wars Uprising Figures Revealed at TF Nation

Transformers News: Unused Designs for Transformers Club Beast Wars Uprising Figures Revealed at TF Nation

Transformers News: Unused Designs for Transformers Club Beast Wars Uprising Figures Revealed at TF Nation

Transformers News: Unused Designs for Transformers Club Beast Wars Uprising Figures Revealed at TF Nation

Transformers Subscription Service 4.0 Impactor and Bluestreak Arriving and In Hand Images

Transformers News: Transformers Subscription Service 4.0 Impactor and Bluestreak Arriving and In Hand Images
Date: Monday, August 22nd 2016 1:02pm CDT
Categories: Toy News, Collector's Club News
Posted by: william-james88 | Credit(s): TF fan Phil and ThatJohnD on twitter

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We newsed some new images of Transformers Impactor from the TFSS 4.0 yesterday and he is arriving in mailboxes today. TF fan Phil of Wichita Transformers Fans Facebook group sent us some images of this arrival. As is customary with the subscription service, the bonus figure shipped with the final figure, so you can also find TFSS 4.0 Bluestreak in the pictures next to Impactor. These are both redecos of Combiner Wars toys, with Impactor sporting a new head, and can be used as either arms or legs for a combiner. Twiter user ThatJohnD also posted some images of his new Bluestreak which you can also see below. Enjoy!

Transformers News: Transformers Subscription Service 4.0 Impactor and Bluestreak Arriving and In Hand Images

Transformers News: Transformers Subscription Service 4.0 Impactor and Bluestreak Arriving and In Hand Images

Transformers News: Transformers Subscription Service 4.0 Impactor and Bluestreak Arriving and In Hand Images

Transformers News: Transformers Subscription Service 4.0 Impactor and Bluestreak Arriving and In Hand Images

Transformers News: Transformers Subscription Service 4.0 Impactor and Bluestreak Arriving and In Hand Images

Transformers News: Transformers Subscription Service 4.0 Impactor and Bluestreak Arriving and In Hand Images

Transformers News: Transformers Subscription Service 4.0 Impactor and Bluestreak Arriving and In Hand Images

Transformers News: Transformers Subscription Service 4.0 Impactor and Bluestreak Arriving and In Hand Images

Transformers News: Transformers Subscription Service 4.0 Impactor and Bluestreak Arriving and In Hand Images

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