In a recent Collider interview with Michael Bay on his new film 13 Hours, Steve Weintraub was able to sneak in a few questions about Bay's involvement with any future Transformers films. The full interview can be viewed here.
There are three talking points to add a little fuel to the rumor fires:
According to Bay his writers
...did a really good job of going back in time and connecting things in history and how it relates to different spinoffs...
Bay continued to say, presumably about Transformers 5
...I guess this will be my last one...
And when Weintraub probed Bay for additional info, he received the following statement
...I can't tease SHIZZLESNIT ...
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Thanks to Twitter Handler Hobby Drifter, We now have a finished image of the potential Combiner Wars Liokaiser! As many of you remember, there was a sighting not too long ago where some of the image was shown off, but now we have the completed image. What do you guys think? Fact or myth?? Sound off in the comments section below, and keep tuned in for all the Transformers information you can ever hope to find!
Fellow Seibertronian Fenrir72 has brought us a youtube video from Retro Robot Radio which gives us a much larger picture of the Titans Return Blurr toy we were recently made aware of. This gives us all a much better look at the figure and it's detail. Let us know what you think in the discussion!
Two images are what appear to be black and white test shots of Scattershot combined with 2 limbs using the molds currently available; one being Brawl with the Ramhorn appendage and the other being Air Raid. The third image seems to be from the box art. It features both the Unite Warriors Groove mold and either the Dead End or Streetwise mold for the arm and leg. So now, we have a pretty good idea of the components that will make up Hasbro's Computron, but the amount of retooling is still unknown. Sadl though, the image does reveal that there will be no change to the sculpt of the combiner head.
Fenrir72 has posted quite an oddity on the Seibertron forums. It is a picture found on Weibo that features the Combiner Wars Brawl mold with the small drill attachment found on Botcon's General Ramhorm. The name "Nosecone" is the only text that accompanies this image. While this could be our first look at the Nosecone which would be part of the recetly leaked Computron release, there are a few more aspects to consider. There is a decepticon symbol present and the feet and hands pictured are not the standard Combine Wars feet. These oddities make it hard to know what this is since it could be anything from, the simplest explanation, a custom using test components from factories to our first look at another drill themed Decepticon limb, Liocaesar's Drillhorn.
What do you make of this? Please, join us in the Seibertron forums while we partake fun speculation!
UPDATE: Thanks to Hobby Drifter on Twitter, we also have some additional combiner artwork - check it out mirrored below!
Fellow Seibertronian Decepticon Sunstorm has sent us a notification from our brothers from another matrix TFW2005, and one of their board members IceConvoy looking around the Toys R Us systems - only to find what appears to be confirmation of a Computron full set! Currently priced at $99.99 with a May 2016 release date, there is no more information on this, but you can check out the screenshot below.
After their extremely detailed, high-end collectable non-transforming Dark of the Moon based Transformers replicas, it looks as though 3A might be venturing outside of the movieverse for their next project, as hinted at by their production blog update - simply titled 'More Than Meets the Eye', and featuring and Autobot logo with 'Generation 1'. How G1 will they be? Which iteration of G1? Are you interested either way? Let us know your thoughts in the Energon Pub!
Novabeam10 wrote:my friend at TRU here in Canada fed me a bit of information that may interest any combiner wars lover out there. Apparently TRU canada has a listing for the fans built combiner in their system alongside listings for Menasor/superion sets plus a platinum planet of Junk set. All have no orders as of yet so this may just be placeholders on online only stock
The SKU's and canadian retail pricing are as follows
Fan built combiner 778971 149.99
Menasor 778969 149.99
Superion 778966 149.99
Planet of Junk Platinum set 736239 109.99
This confirms that Toysrus will be distributing these boxsets in Canada (which may not be the case in the US since distribution has been different in the past). Judging from the Canadian prices, this would seem to be box sets which allude to the following price ranges for their retail release in the US:
Victorion would be between 100-120$ US
G2 Menasor would be between 100-120$ US
G2 Superion would be between 100-120$ US
Platinum Planet of Junk set would be about 80$ US
This last one is the most interesting since it is a new set that none of us were aware of yet. Hasbro had alluded to more G1 reissue sets coming out recently and this could be a reissue of sorts. 2016 marks the 30th anniversary of the movie and the first time we visited the Planet of Junk so it may be a set of G1 toys related to this planet or that scene in the film. It may also simply be a reissue of the various editions of the Reveal the Shield Wreck Gar mold since the purpose of that figure was to be able to accommodate another figure to ride it, a feature that lends itself nicely to a release of multiple figures.
Tell us what you would hope this set to be and let the speculation begin!
Several Seibertronians - RAR, MemphisR56 and Mindmaster among them - have been speculating on the appearance of the silhouette for the upcoming Takara Tomy release under the Unite Warriors line, of the Combiner Wars Galvatronus/Cyclonus mold. What seems to be the latest rumour from the image mirrored below from TakaraTomyMall, is that the entire set will be homaging the Unicron Trilogy, 'due to Rook's colour scheme resembling one of Demolishor's many repaints, and a grey Cyclonus, among other things'. Rightly pointed out 'there *was* also that version of Onslaught with the Demolishor head that showed up somewhere a few weeks back, so we know the head mould exists already'. What do you make of this? Check out the image, and speculate away in the Energon Pub!
Seibertron.com member Sabrblade has provided us with an image of what looks to be a new Optimus Prime toy based on Powermaster Optimus Prime (or God Ginrai from Japan's Super God Masterforce, if you prefer). This is presumably the rumored Leader Class figure for this character set for next year's Titans Return Generations lineup. The figure looks to be a heavy remold of this years Generations Combiner Wars Leader Class Ultra Magnus figure, re-tooled even to the extent that a full trailer and base mode can be achieved.
We've mirrored the unfortunately quite blurry image below.
Due to the quality of the image, we're not able to verify the original source at this time, but check this space for updates if better images become available, or if this is completely confirmed to be an upcoming new release.
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