Have you got your Deluxe Groove yet? No? No worries because everyone who wants one for a fair price will get one ... by the end of 2016. Site Sponsor Ages 3 and Up got back to us when they received more up to date information:
Just got some information on this, the 1st release of this figure was basically only made available to Toys R Us and Hasbro everyone else was allocated ridiculously small numbers. We are going to do our best to get it in so if you want to get it from us keep a close eye on the site this week and we may have it in a small quantity. But good news is we are getting a ton of them in for the second release in October where there will be no shortage in quantity and it will be less expensive than this time around.
This wide October release was hinted at with preorder listings from Entertainment Earth but now we have a confirmation that it will be for every retailer carrying this figure. The comment on Toysrus is interesting, and it could mean that Toysrus will have a prioritized "early" release of this toy though there are only a handful of days left in May, so I would take that with a grain of salt. What is important here is the reassurance that everyone who wants a deluxe Groove will get one. Now the question collectors have to ask themselves is whether or not the current inflated prices are worth getting this figure now rather than later (rather than it being an assurance that they will get the figure at all). The good news is that those who do not want to pay inflated prices do not need to and Groove will indeed be as wide a release as Quickslinger and Breakneck were, only in October rather than in May.
Let us know how you feel about this on the boards and what you will be deciding as your course of action to acquire this figure. Which is more painful, the wait to get this figure at its regular price, or the possible regret of spending about 10$ more than the price it will eventually be available at?
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Thanks to the Shizuoka Hobby Show, we have our first teaser image of the upcoming Masterpiece Cheetor/Cheetus figure! The image was found by yours truly and it shows off the typical shadowy figure silhouette that we have become used to. A fairly dynamic Cheetah mode can be discerned as can a fairly filled out robot mode with decent limbs and perhaps a bit of a larger torso and shoulder pads. Check out the image mirrored below and sound off in the comments section on how you feel about this next masterpiece. And as always stay tuned to Seibertron.com for all your latest Transformers News and Galleries!
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..?
Also from site sponsor TFSource we receive news of a Takara Tomy Transformers Masterpiece reissue, and it's fairly close to the first release of the figure: MP-27 Ironhide! Even with MP30 Ratchet only just hitting shelves (collectors'), it looks like the market wanted more, and Takara said yes. The reissue is expected to arrive September 2016.
Freshen your memory of the old codger by browsing through the Seibertron.com galleries, here!
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.
We had seen Legion Groundbuster (the toy rendition of the decepticon called Groundpounder on the Robots in Disguise show) at the 2016 Toy Fair in package but we never did get stock images. Well we have them now, from a listing at Bigbastoystore. For anyone wondering where the Legion class has gone, it is alive and well in the Robots in Disguise line. As with Clampdown (and Underbite if you don't want a 1 step), this is so far the only way to get this character as a transforming toy. It is a Gorilla themed robot that turns into a construction vehicle.
May the 4th be with you! Star Wars Day 05/04 - Gear up to save the galaxy far, far away with these highly detailed action figures!
- Join the Dark Side! Order here: MAFEX Darth Vader
- You Rebel Scum! Order here: MAFEX Stormtrooper
After the news last week about the Optimus Prime racing trailer - as we had seen with Blurr ('his race car friend') at both Toy Fair and the Hasbro webcast - we have an update on the listing over on Entertainment Earth, with a new stock image. Check it out mirrored below!
The first listing of the Platinum Cyclonus, Scourge and Sweep set is up at Amazon Spain, which will be the exclusive retailer for that region. It is said to come out in two weeks and it is priced at around 100 Euros, which is equivalent to $115 USD. For those wondering who Cyclonus' armada was, this set's title seems to clarify it to simply be the sweeps since it's called Armada of Cyclonus.
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