GenZhao of KOToys.com offers up a gallery of a Scout class figure we should be seeing in the future - Slap Dash. The figure is an orange repaint of Scout Dead End. He will not be sold separately as he's to be included in a two-pack with a repaint of of Knockout, called Trenchmouth. Check out the images below.
As we know, Japanese version Transformers ROTF DVD or Blu-ray come with 3 different special editions.
- Amazon Exclusive featuring Optimus Prime Black Version
- Lawson Exclusive featuring the Skids & Mudflap
- Finally the Tsutaya Exclusive featuring EZ Bumblebee Clear Version.
Unlike Amazon & Lawson version where buyers have to pay extra for the toys, Bumblebee Clear Version toy is actually a free gift for purchasing the DVD from TSUTAYA.
Our friend from Japan - アルフェス2010 has just updated his Transformers blog with his latest haul, TSUTAYA Exclusive Bumblebee Clear Version.
Please note that the EZ Stealth Bumblebee (Black Version) is a free gift for all buyers whether the purchase is from the Amazon, Lawson or TSUTAYA.
Don't forget to check out more images of this Legend Class figure at アルフェス2010's blog.
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You may have been watching our news lately and were wondering "Will Hasbro release White Demolishor like Takara?" Well you've got your answer, as Ebay seller TFCToy gives us images of a two-pack entitled "Shanghai Showdown" that has Demolishor, and Ice Cream truck: Skids and Mudflap. Demolishor is a white version of the usual Demolisher, with dirtied up tires - the paint scheme of Demolishor in Shanghai. The Ice Cream truck twins look to be rusty as a old nail and have new decals!
In the crowded, twisted streets of a Shanghai slum, a quiet night explodes in fire and debris. The massive Decepticon Demolishor desperately smashes his way through apartments, shops and roadways, in an attempt to escape the Autobots hunting him. It's up to Mudflap and Autobot Skids to stop him before he destroys more of the city than can be repaired.
Toad over at ACToys.net has acquired iGear's Computer Control Center. It's iGear's representation of the Ark from the Generation One cartoon. With stickers applied, it looks to potentially be an interesting piece to anyone's collection. You can check out the images below and if that isn't enough incentive, then Revenge of the Fallen Deluxe Ratchet is there for scale.
The rest of the images and the original thread can be seen here.
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Looks like most of us won't be waiting till January for Human Alliance Barricade. Youtuber baltmatrix has gotten Barricade off of site sponsor BigBadToyStore and has taken the time to review the figure. He goes over articulation, transformation, interaction with Frenzy, and just about everything you'd expect from a video review. You can check it out on Youtube, or embed in this news post.
Bad news for fans of the supposed leaked script for Transformers 3 that Seibertron.com reported on a couple days ago. Turns out its legitamacy has been disproven.
Nelson, Adminstrator for Michael Bay's website Shoot For the Edit, has made a statement on the script stating that it is purely fan made and in no way related to the third installment of the Transformers movie franchise.
Sorry Seibertronians, no Knight Rider or Back to the Future references this go around.
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Uh-oh. Looks like some Pretenders are on the loose, and we're not talking about Alice and her tongue. The manufacturers of knock-off figures have decided to try their best at EZ Devastator, and it really isn't off from the original. A kind member over at ACToys has uploaded some images of the set.
Knock offs of recent Transformers can easily be determined by their packaging, like what you can see above. However, if you tend to buy loose figures off of Ebay or an online auction site, then you should watch out for knock offs of EZ Devastator - especially since it's an expensive figure. If you're unsure of what you're getting is the real deal, then the toy galleries of Seibertron.com will lead you in the right direction...
The Transformers fandom finally gets a look at Human Alliance Barricade outside of the plastic packaging prison. MidnightBliss over at TFW2005 offers a little review and images of the fourth instalment to the Human Alliance toy line. Check out a snippet of what he has to say and a picture below....
Transformation is really close to the deluxe version. A few more little steps added and that's it. Like Bumblebee he has a weapon for one of his hands. The left hand is a "spinning blade" that pops out when you press the gas cap on the car. Frenzy can ride in the car or under the hood ala the deluxe version.