Collection.org has gotten a hold of prototype images of the upcoming Transformers Prime Beast Hunters Voyager Megatron. As you can see in the images mirrored below he's a remold of the existing Transformers Prime Robots in Disguise Voyager Megatron with new seemingly aquatic sculpting.
YouTube toy reviewer peaugh has posted a review of Transformers Prime Beast Hunters Deluxe Class Dreadwing. This figure marks Dreadwing's first appearance in the Deluxe range and features the line's signature Beast Hunters design elements. His review is embedded below.
Air Raid was an all new mold whose alt mode was that of a green AWACS aircraft. He featured a Mech-Tech weapon that was a radar dish in alt mode but could be used as a shield in robot mode or transform into a blaster.
It's not unreasonable to hold hope that with the recent release of Encore Fortress Maximus, that his rival Scorponok will also see a release.
However it seems that other, less scrupulous parties seem to be getting one to market sooner if Toymoda is to be believed. In addition to a healthy stock of Transformers-related items, Toymoda also has several knockoff replications of other G1 figures, such as Cyclonus, Shockwave and a Computron giftset. Scorponok has recently been added to its system with a release date of July.
Seibertron.com will pass on more information as more information becomes available.
Autobase Aichi has shard in-hand images of the latest and presumably last wave of Transformers Prime Arms Micron Capsule Figures. This wave sees all twelve previously released molds in translucent plastic, Matrix blue for the Autobots, Dark Energon purple for the Decepticons and the animal friends. Check out the images mirrored below.
The toy galleries of Seibertron.com have been updated with a little cassette action, as we have four new galleries for the figures included in the 2009 release of Encore #15 - Great Cassette Operation Vol 1. In this set, we have two of Blaster's best friends, Rewind and Eject, and for the Decepticon faction, we have Soundwave's minions, in Ravage and Buzzsaw. Check out the galleries by clicking the links or pictures below!
Entertainment Earth has listed their pre-order for Transformers Prime Beast Hunters Voyager Wave 3, which adds Grimwing and Ultra Magnus to the mix. The listing includes the in-package images mirrored below.
Transformers Prime Beast Hunter Voyager Figures Wave 3 Case:
Exciting Robots in Disguise with Autobots, Predacons, and Decepticons from the HUB TV series Transformers Prime!
Transform from vehicle or creature to roughly 7-inch robot and back again!
"Freedom is the right of all sentient beings"... and toys are the right of all Earthlings! Direct from Hasbro comes this exciting batch of heroes and villains from Transformers Prime. Join Optimus Prime and his crew as they fight not only Decepticons, but now Predacons too! Each robot measures 6 to 7-inches tall and features terrific accessories like snap-on cannons and swords! Ages 5 and up.
This Transformers Prime Beast Hunter Voyager Figures Wave 2 Case includes 3 individually packaged robots (subject to change):
1x Beast Optimus Prime
2x Ultra Magnus
(subject to change)
Site sponsor Kapow! Toys has provided us with an in-hand pictorial review of Transformers Prime Beast Hunters Deluxe Dreadwing. Check out the review below:
Kapow! Toys wrote:Beast Hunters Deluxe Dreadwing
Dreadwing gets shrunk! but will it blend ? well probably yeah but we want to know if its any good. The answer to this question is surprisingly yes, don't get me wrong I find it weird he suddenly has chicken feet and the wings of a lovely butterfly but for a deluxe it kinda works. He is a nice chunky solid toy with some good articulation including a variety of ball joints but no waist swivel. He has 2 weapons in the form of an axe and a hand held rocket launcher with 2 missiles both of which combine with one another into a larger staff type weapon which is kinda pointless but fun. Jet mode again is nice and chunky, the rocket launcher mounts on the cockpit roof and the axe can mount on the underside which does look a little naff with the chicken feet also visible from the back. Transformation wise its simple, think Generations Thunderwing and your there, this aside I really have enjoyed this toy a lot more than some of the previous Beast Hunters releases.
Seibertron.com is pleased to bring you yet another Transformers Prime gallery! After yesterday's gallery of Hasbro's Transformers Prime Robots in Disguise Sergeant Kup it's time to see Takara Tomy's take on the mold with Arms Micron AM-20 Ironhide. The figure features a new red deco, the line's signature stickers, and the Arms Micron figure Iro. Check any of the images or links below for the full galleries.