Thanks to Taghobby we have some interesting and exciting news to bring to you today. Takar Tomy has shown us in a magazine scan that they will be doing the individual heads of 6 different figures based on their Hasbro Titan Master design. Those 6 figures would be:
-Brainstorm with his Rebirth head
-Grimlock AKA Clobber
-Flywheels AKA Skytread
The figures themselves have the standard Takara detailing, something the Hasbro versions lacked, especially one the faces, and have been color coded for the Legends colors.
The set will be available at Wonderfest 2017 in Japan on February 19, and will be going for 3240 yen. After the event ends February 25, it will be sold at Cybertron satellite stores.
Check out the image below, and let us know what you think in the comments section below!
Seibertronian down under Burn has notified us that the outback now has some new McDonalds Happy Meal toys based on the Robots in Disguise TV show! This news was posted on the Ozformers Facebook page and shows that 5 Autobots will make up the assortment. The 5 figures will be: Bumblebee, Optimus Prime, Drift, Grimlock, and Strongarm. All 5 will feature some movable limbs and a weapon. You can check out the image below, and if you live in Australia you can start heading to the land of the Big Mac and getting yourself some new Robots in Disguise stuff!
A new Facebook page appeared to reveal a new documentary being made for Netflix called The Toys That Made Us. This 8 episode series will dedicate each episode to one specific toyline, mainly focusing on toys from the 80s. A photo of their "drawing board" reveals that Transformers will get it's own episode along with:
Masters of the Universe
It is not known when the series will premiere. Let us know if you are looking forward to this show!
Building up a legion-class collection and still haven't gotten a chance to pick up the 2010 Legion Optimus Prime, Bumblebee or Starscream molds yet? Well, good news - looks like they're once again being re-released! Through online retailer Big Bad Toystore, you can currently pre-order the three molds in a pack together ahead of their release this February. Check them out below and see if you can spot any differences from previous releases!
We have three sightings for you minicon hunters and Combiner Force 3-step fans to check out.
The first comes to us from Carytheone who discovered that the wave 3 and 4 minicons that included the likes of Blizzard Slipstream, Hammer, and Swelter among others, have begun to show up at 5 below. This sighting was confirmed by yours truly, suggesting that this is indeed a widespread sale. So if you are interested in some minis that haven't hit regular retail, go find a 5 Below!
The second sighting is from Destronmirage who has discovered that at least his Walmart is trying to rid itself of the minicons by placing them on a $2 sale. So check out your local Walmart to see if you can find some cheap minicons there!
Finally, Seibertron himself has reported that the new Combiner Force 3-step Optimus Prime and Bumblebee have been spotted at his Walmart in Mount Prospect, Illinois. These new figures are based on the designs of the previous 3-step changers, but they feature some new tricks in vehicle mode that resemble the minicon activators, just minus the minicon.
Check out the sightings, and head to your locals stores to hunt down these new Robots in Disguise Products!
Thanks to zairj2010 on Taobao, we have a pair of new images for the upcoming Takara 'Movie the Best' Shockwave, the redeco of Shockwave from Dark of the Moon that is celebrating some of the best figures made during the 10 years of the live-action film franchise! Shockwave's packaging draws inspiration from the 3rd film, as the packaging features Sentinel Prime and the Driller, as well as a Revenge of the Fallen and Age of Extinction era Bumblebee alongside his own close-up on the front. Shockwave is labelled as MB-04. Check out the packaging below, and let us know what you think in the comments section!
We have some news concerning new Transformers Rescue Bots figures, courtesy of online retailer Entertainment Earth, via site staff ScottyP and Seibertron himself. The listings show the first wave of the Flip Racers line, the Launchers from the same, and the fourth wave of Epic Figures (much like the static Titans of a couple of years back). Characters include Bumblebee, Boulder, Salvage, Quickshadow, and Blades, and are scheduled to arrive in February. Check them out below!
Transformers Rescue Bots Flipracer Launchers Wave 1 Case:
If you're looking for easy-to-transform toys for small hands, you'll flip over the Transformers Rescue Bots Flipracer Launchers! They transform magically and automatically, right in front of your eyes. Each package includes a launcher playset and a robot that can change into a car. This case of 6 individually packaged sets includes:
2x TRA RBT AIRPORT BLASTOFF BLADES
4x TRA RBT BUMBLEBEE QUICK LAUNCH GARAGE
Transformers Rescue Bots Flipracer Multipacks Wave 1 Case:
If you're looking for easy-to-transform toys for small hands, you'll flip over the Transformers Rescue Bots Flipracer Multipacks! They transform magically and automatically, right in front of your eyes. This pair of 2 individually packaged sets includes:
1x TRA RBT GRIFFIN ROCK RACING TEAM
1x TRA RBT GRIFFIN ROCK CONSTRUCTION TEAM
(subject to change)
Transformers Rescue Bots Epic Figures Wave 4:
Transformers Rescue Bots Epic Figures Wave 4 brings big bots to you! Each giant action figure has articulated arms and is designed to resemble your favorite heroic Autobots from the TV show. Each measures about 11 1/2-inches tall. For 3 to 7 years of age. Case includes 4 individually packaged non-transforming figures:
1x TRA EPIC SERIES BOULDER
1x TRA EPIC SERIES SALVAGE
1x TRA EPIC SERIES BUMBLEBEE
1x TRA EPIC SERIES QUICKSHADOW
It seems Robots in Disguise may be getting some stunticons. TFW2005 user Strarf has found a tag on a Walmart peg for Crash Combiners with the names Dragstrip and Wildbreak. This set, and even these characters, have not been revealed yet, so this is the first time they are mentioned for this line. The price tage shows the standard Crash Combiner set price of $ 14.97 USD. So do you guys think it will be new molds, or just redecos of existing sets? And do you hope that means we see thse baddies in the upcoming Robots in Disguise season? Let us know!
The final review for the upcoming wave 4 of Titans Return has been released! Youtuber Chefatron has reviewed the deluxe class Krok figure, who is a repaint of Skullsmasher with a new titan master, Gatorface. Krok, along with the rest of his wave, should be hitting general retain within the next month or so. So check out the review and let us know if you intend to buy this new version of the beloved Action Master with a gator for a weapon in the comments section below!
(Ages 5 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $79.99/Available: Fall 2017)
Introducing AUTOBOT SQWEEKS, the newest TRANSFORMERS character from the forthcoming film, TRANSFORMERS: THE LAST KNIGHT. This small Autobot with a BIG heart rolls out to join the heroic fight to save planet Earth from the devastating Decepticons and their leader Megatron. Fans can take home the movie magic with SQWEEKS remote-controlled bot, featuring motorized motion, speech from the movie and light up eyes to bring him to life. With a remote control, fans will be able to instruct SQWEEKS to dance across the floor and even talk! Requires 6 AA batteries, not included. Available at most major retailers nationwide and on HasbroToyShop.com."
And here's some product shots!
What are your thoughts on the new RC toy? Will you be picking one up in the fall? Let us know in the comments below! Also, if you want to see an actual product demo, Yahoo Movies has a video doing just that over on their announcement article! Go check it out here!
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